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Posted in: Yen falls to 150 level against U.S. dollar See in context

Sell your YEN until you still CAN!

Trade deficit for the 14th month in the row, how long do you guys think other countries will sell things to Japan in exchange for empty money that is loosing with every single day.

On Yahoo website more and more young Japanese going overseas to work.

There is still some time before the bankruptcy!

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Posted in: ¥30 tril new stimulus eyed as Japan fights inflation, weak yen See in context

Guys, SELL your YEN until you still can!

Those guys from the government will print gazillions until Japanese currency become equal to ZERO.

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Posted in: Shibuya New Year’s Eve countdown event canceled for 3rd straight year See in context

Elders decided for young people.

So youngster can't go and socialize and meet others so the birthrate could go up.

Because elders are fine with watching TV red and white at home.

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Posted in: Brawl involving 100 customers breaks out at Tokyo skyscraper restaurant See in context

Heard it was Chinese mafia.

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Posted in: Woman arrested over murder of man she lived with See in context

Many couples are like that, where the guy is freeloading from a nice lady.

My neighbor, for example, a young couple - he stays at home while she goes to work almost every day.

However, she shouldn't do what she did just get rid of the guy and find a new, better one!

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Posted in: Kishida eyes launching probe into controversial Unification Church See in context

I can tell ya without launching any probes that a lot of them have ties to Unification Church and nothing is going to change it.

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Posted in: Japan travel scheme rollout hits snag as firms spend quota prematurely See in context

with some travel-related firms having already spent the allocated funds.

Already big bosses spend all of the money for their large bonuses and new lambos while regular workers won't see anything besides extra overtime!

Not surprised at all!

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Posted in: Danone plans to withdraw from most of its business in Russia See in context

Good. I usually eat Danone, it cost 98 yen before tax for 1 pack (4small yoghurts).

It will taste even better now when it is gone from Russia!

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Posted in: Kishida aims to cut utility bills with new economic package See in context

I can't wait for another economic package by Kishida!

It is going to be very helpful same as his wealth distribution plan. I could feel wealthy right after it is implementation!

Also his Invest in Kishida plan to pour money into stock market works well, stocks been down after its implementation.

So I expect even more spectacular outcome with this one!

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Posted in: Yen in 147 zone against dollar in Tokyo after hitting 32-year low See in context

If you are living in Japan, selling your Yen for a foreign currency doesn't help you at all since all your expenditures are in Yen.

Guys look, if you sell your YEN for USD at lets say 120 level and you would need some YEN back then but it again at 140 you would gain 16%

Unless you want to join the poor clan then go ahead. However the way to 200 will be bumpy. Why wouldn't you sell some YEN now when it is 148 and buy it again at 200 to have some extra cash?

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Posted in: Yen in 147 zone against dollar in Tokyo after hitting 32-year low See in context

Sell your YEN until you stil can! I told you so long time ago!

Guys in the comments will tell you that it is fine because you pay in YEN and so on but they try to deny the fact that everything is being imported from overseas so sooner or later the prices will go up while salaries remain same.

Don't be like those guys, sell your YEN - avoid poverty.

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Posted in: Possible human bones found near Universal Studios Japan theme park See in context

Another abandoned baby?

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Posted in: Ghibli theme park prepares for visitors See in context

Although I like most Ghibli movies, I didn't find the museum "super" interesting.

However park next to it was a place to go especially on a nice day.

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Posted in: Amazon to hire 150,000 workers in U.S. for holidays See in context


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Posted in: Taiwan launches English language TV channel to give it more international punch See in context

I'm hope the rest of the Taiwanese provinces that are currently being occupied will have possibility to see this channel.

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Posted in: Strong U.S. dollar an unstoppable force endangering other currencies See in context

Sell your YEN until you still can.

Next step is Yen for 200.

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Posted in: Gov't eyes new economic package to fight inflation, weak yen See in context

Printing more money to fight inflation is like putting down fire with gasoline.

Then Kishida advice to start investing when everything is collapsing.

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Posted in: Japan to invest ¥1 tril in human resources development over 5 years See in context

On rising inflation, Kishida is expected to warn that electricity prices could surge over a period through next spring and, in order to offset the burden on households and businesses, he will call for "unprecedented and drastic measures,"

In order to offset the burden on household and businesses he will call to save power so your will pay less for electricy! GENIUS!!

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Posted in: Young women in Japan want only one child or none at all: survey See in context

Young women wants smartphone.

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Posted in: Kishida pitches Japan's permanent investment tax break at New York bourse See in context

Kishida said such tax incentives are necessary because Japan has 2,000 trillion yen in personal financial assets but "only around 10 percent" is invested in stocks.

So it is better to buy now Japanese stocks as when this personal financial assets starts to flow in to the market the will be a great time to cash out.

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Posted in: Micronesia denounces Japan's plan to release Fukushima water into Pacific See in context

We don't really know what Japan will be dumping in the ocean. They say it is water with tritium but who really knows what else will or is in that water.

The contaminated water should be kept in Japan and use for the crops or in the rice fields.

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Posted in: Central banks worldwide tighten policies to cool inflation See in context

Soon YEN will join its Turkish friend.

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Posted in: Japan intervenes in currency market buying yen for dollars for first time since 1998 See in context

Sell your YEN until you still can!

Intervention won't help in a long run! When Japan will run out of foreign currency reserves then YEN will skyrocket back to 145 and then even to the higher level!

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Posted in: Over 75s top 15% of Japan's population for 1st time See in context

30% of the population is 65+ and within 10-20 years 40% of the population should be 65+

I don't see a bright future for Japan.

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Posted in: How the strong U.S. dollar can affect everyone See in context

Sell your YEN until you still can!

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Posted in: Kishida cabinet support rate drops to 40.2%: poll See in context

Old news, according to some other survey it is already 29%

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Posted in: 60% of people with foreign roots questioned by Japanese police: survey See in context

Not surprised at all, and it is not only police.

Recently I send an inquiry in Japanese about apartment that I saw on the internet and the real estate agent answered.

It is hard to rent it to foreigners.

So it is not only Police it is the whole system created to abuse foreigners.

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Posted in: 'Unprecedented' super typhoon approaches southern Japan See in context

I don't think that we need special measurements. It is just another Taifun.

I really think mass media in Japan overdoing it!

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Posted in: 40% of evacuees from Afghanistan have left Japan over poor support See in context

Did they choose death over staying in Japan? Not surprised at all.

Bet it is going to happen with Ukrainians too.

Even foreigners start to understand what kind of country Japan truly is.

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Posted in: Japan warns of intervention; BOJ conducts 'rate check' over yen's fall See in context

Sell your YEN until you still can!

I've been saying that for a long time!

Don't get fooled by the intervention as they will use foreign currency reserves to buy YEN. However, when they will run out of reserves then YEN will devaluate even more and without reserves Japan will bankrupt!

Think wisely you have maybe last one chance!

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