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Tokyo stocks gain as robust U.S., China data hearten investors

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lol

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Stocks only tell you part of the story when it comes to economic recovery or well being. It's not a good indicator of things getting better for the average Japanese.

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ReasonandWisdomNippon I agree Stocks are pretty much irrelevant to most on a daily basis, hell most of them have no idea what any of it means until 6 months down the road they notice their food bill has increased or their bonus is less, then they wonder why.

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It's not a good indicator of things getting better for the average Japanese.

this average gaikokujin resident is an owner of an Ideco and NISA accounts as well as a couple of taxable accounts. The financial market is a heck of a "good indicator" for my financial status.

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