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Posted in: Nikkei ends at 30-year high as stimulus hopes lift Wall Street See in context

@Septim Dynasty

There is one big problem with what you wrote.

The Japanese for printed money from BOJ buy overseas assets as well.

Not all countries in the world have the possibility to endless print strong money which YEN is still is. For that money regular people, the government officials can buy anything overseas in Myanmar, Vietnam, India etc.

I read it almost every month in the newspaper:

Vietnam coal power plant receives a loan from Japan;

Phillippines receives a loan for calamity response;

Mauritius got loan from Japan;

and many many more....

With that being said those loans need to be repaid. Even if YEN collapses and the monetary system will go down still you have a nice balance sheet as liabilities will remain.

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Posted in: Asian shares track Wall St rally on hopes for stimulus See in context

At first, it was because of the first stimulus, then the vaccine, now the stimulus again.

I just feel sorry for all that nurses and doctors who have to work all day long and by the end of this pandemic, their money will be worthless! Conffeti!

Take me to the moon!

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Posted in: Praying for prosperity See in context

They are praying in the wrong place!! You do such a things inside the government building!

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Posted in: Suga to make decision on state of emergency on Thursday See in context

I hope this time they will give us at least 500 000yen per month, otherwise situation will get nasty.

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Posted in: Tuna goes for cut-price ¥20.84 mil at Tokyo fish market's New Year auction See in context

Glad to see a lady over there! Japan is slowly changing!

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Posted in: Tokyo stocks close down on first trading day of year See in context

Uppss, crash is coming...

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Posted in: Are you financially better off than you were this time last year? See in context

I got maybe 70% of what I made last year.

Investments are nice but I don't really count on it as it comes and goes. If any crash will happen then the game will be over.

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Posted in: Tokyo stocks seen climbing in 2021 on economic recovery from pandemic See in context

Even blind can see that the government save stock market.

Regular citizens get nothing.

The effect is: stock market skyrockets, what they don't understand that people can see this and they don't want to work anymore or slack around at work.

This all printing will cause huge problems in the future.

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Posted in: Tokyo governor warns of explosion in COVID-19 cases See in context

We need vaccine ASAP!

Where is it?

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Posted in: EU kicks off COVID-19 vaccine campaign See in context

Great! Let's test it on Europeans first and if there are no side effects we can have it here!

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Posted in: Suga dodges question about running for PM again See in context

He is like Neo in Matrix!

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Posted in: Man arrested after kicking friend to death See in context

Best pal.

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Posted in: Kitchen equipment piles up as pandemic shutters Japan's restaurants See in context

It is same with everything in Japan. Even book off will give you 10yen max for a good, almost brand new book, and resell it for 700 yen or more.

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Posted in: Unplanned pregnancies occurring among teens, young women during pandemic See in context

Problem is much deeper. It's not actually only stepfather or stepbrothers but very often brother or father.

Same with mother and son, that happens very often as well.

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Posted in: Cabinet OKs record ¥106.61 trillion budget for FY2021 See in context

You guys are too focus on money which is insignificant. It became insignificant from the beginning of this pandemic. We are heading to new economic system.

What is very important is the vaccine. Soon we will all get corona shot and transition to the new better world will become possible. Hold till then!

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 392 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 1,800 See in context

No, you are incorrect. I think we have great future in front of us. Soon vaccine for all Japanese will be distributed. We have to hold till then.

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Posted in: Tokyo stocks end higher after Fed vows to maintain monetary easing See in context

Anywhere I look I see bubble!

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 460 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 2,417 See in context


To be honest I'm happy to be in Japan instead of my home country. Its bad there and I agree with you many of them are happy to.

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Posted in: Lawyer for 89-year-old driver of car that killed woman, 3-year-old daughter blames faulty brake See in context

It's obviously TOYOTA fault. They probably didn't do the break check.

To be honest I find Japanese cars not so great anymore. They were much better in the past.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 460 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 2,417 See in context

Im not worried anymore. We have vaccine now and our government will distribute it soon after the new year.

Wait patiently for your turn of corona shot.

Merry Christmas!

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Posted in: Japan to suspend Go To Travel campaign for whole country from Dec 28-Jan 11 See in context

Sad news but it's necessary.

After that, we will have a vaccine ready!

Better register ASAP guys so we will quickly go back to normal life.

Let's hope for quick vaccine distribution as well!

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Posted in: Gov't preparing to exclude Tokyo, Nagoya from Go To Travel campaign See in context

Soon everyone will be excluded but campaign will last so we can do money laundering.

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Posted in: Restaurant bankruptcies to hit all-time high in 2020 See in context

Ok, let me show you the bigger picture.

The government is not doing GO TO EAT or TRAVEL just to keep afloat businesses. We are doing it to keep the INDUSTRY alive. You have to understand that if you kill the Food and Service Industry there won't be anyone who will do it in the future.

People who will lose jobs in the Food and Beverage will most likely never return as they will find it unstable. There will be a labor shortage again and low immigration will push the prices up. We will end up with fewer restaurants and even higher prices.

Not to mention that some of that 1DK that many young people live in don't have a proper kitchen and rely on local restaurants. Same with hotels, ryokans etc.

The same thing happened with the farming industry (agriculture). We don't have hands to work, we bring trainees to Japan from Vietnam and China that works almost for free. Japanese Food Self Sufficiency stands at 40%, compared to almost 80% in 1960.

Now if something happens and we won't be able to import food from overseas you will see people fighting for food.

It's going to get worse as global warming will cause serious problems to crops. Why do you think NY stock exchange suddenly listed WATER as a commodity to trade next to gold and oil?

I'm expecting food prices to rise within the next 5 years. Mark my words.

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Posted in: Restaurant bankruptcies to hit all-time high in 2020 See in context

Not surprised at all. I'm curious what people who are calling for a second lockdown or more restriction will say now.

Stick your noses from your schools and offices and face the people who will lose or lost their only source of income.

I know, as long as You have your job it's all fine, we don't need to think about the service industry.

Corona or not I always try to support local restaurants and businesses.

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Posted in: Waves of global cash push Asian asset prices on higher path See in context

One bubble after another.

Thousand or millions unemployed or with no money to survive.

At the end those with practical skills will survive.

Instagramers and Youtubers will have hard time.

Soon after everything collapse.

Mark my words.

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Posted in: COVID-19 forces closure of Tokyo neighborhood ramen joint See in context

Nonsense, nothing last forever. Times of ramen are long gone as well as sushi. Only big and creative will survive.

It should be like that with every business. I'm tired of listening to the stories of bailing out big companies just because they are old but not profitable. That's not how economy should work.

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Posted in: Pacific nations urge world to 'get serious' on climate change See in context


Don't forget about number to D. Trump as well. He doesn't believe in any climate change, pretty much the same story as with the virus.

Besides he withdraw the US from Paris agreement as well.

People don't realise but by 2050 or 2100 the equator will be so hot that it will be impossible to live. Typhoons, storms and so on will be more often and stronger.

Tokyo will be most likely all under the water. Shoreline will be in Chichibu. Good luck fellows.

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Posted in: Firms' winter bonus payments face biggest fall since 2009: Nikkei See in context

It is what it is guys, in my corporation bonuses are only for Japanese, but we don't complain.

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Posted in: Asian shares extend gains after more Wall Street records See in context


Maybe that would be the case in different reality.

I'm not sure if you know but recently Bank of Japan became the biggest stock holder of Japanese stocks.

The Bank of Japan has taken over as the biggest owner of the nation’s stocks, with the total value of its holdings climbing well above $400 billion.

Don't walk, run.

Protect your savings.

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Posted in: Asian shares extend gains after more Wall Street records See in context


Looks like double top for me.

30 years ago it was a real estate and stock bubble.

Now, demographics are bad, low immigration, corona, you can't build on that.

Double top will end up with 70% sell of to the level of 10 500 around.

Be ready.

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