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Japan expected to compile next economic stimulus package in fall: Amari

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By Kaori Kaneko and Izumi Nakagawa

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All this money printing will create hyper inflation and make savings worthless. Don't forget the power of gold...

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Who gave negative here? Maybe you study history of money. What is really money? You will find out that gold is the only real money and the notes that you think is money is nothing more than debt of someone else... Gold Was 5000 yen 2005 now it's 190000yen... Name me one other asset class in Japan that performed better?

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Typo gold was 50000yen in 2005...now 190000yen in 2020.

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Pretty sure 80% of whatever package will go to political families and their friends. Most of whom can pass down their wealth tax free via their "political funds".

Doesn't really matter for the average people. Well, don't really need to care about average people, since they always have a 100% chance of winning every election now and forever.

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Any stimulus should include an increase in Research and development.

Japan is being left behind. S. Korea is spending 2x as much as Japan is, Israel another country doing well also spends a lot on R&D.

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All this money printing will create hyper inflation 

Can you explain how japan has had the most aggressive "money printing" program in the world for the past 20 years, and ends up with deflation or inflation barely above zero percent?

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