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Posted at 24/9/2016 05:07 by cougar99
Private Equity making a strong comeback in Southeast Asia, says iconic investor Mark Mobius

hTTp://www.dealstreetasia.com/stories/private-equity-making-strong-comeback-southeast-asia-says-iconic-investor-mark-mobius-53999/

Posted at 26/12/2004 23:04 by energyi
Fuller says:
"When most of a market sector is trending persistently, such as global stock markets since mid-August, investors and traders are emboldened to search for laggards. Now laggards usually lag for reasons, including fashion. However, the more leaders appreciate, the more some laggards are likely to look like bargains. So long as the leaders remain in form, many of the laggards will stage late-in-the-cycle catch-up runs.

Japan appears to be a case in point. Until two weeks ago, Japan was the underperformer among developed markets, with the Nikkei and Topix indices languishing near the year's earlier lows, as you can see on these daily charts (NKY & TPX).

And now that the progression of lower rally highs has been broken, this move will attract further participants, who will also notice that the weekly charts (NKY & TPX) look like large developing base formations. A big question is: When will these bases be completed and sustain medium to longer-term uptrends, rather than just tests of the ranging patterns' upper boundaries? When upside breakouts are imminent, we should see a better performance from Japan's Second Section Index (weekly & daily), which led from last year's lows but is lagging at present.

Japan remains my favourite developed country stock market for the long term."

Posted at 10/3/2003 13:46 by otemple
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Posted at 30/9/2002 13:15 by energyi
RAMP JOB COMING on Japanese stocks?:

Tokyo Stocks Rebound as Yanagisawa Exits

http://biz.yahoo.com/rb/020930/markets_japan_1.html

Highlights:

Tokyo stock prices rebounded, the yen rose and government bond prices fell on Monday after Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi confounded skeptics and stunned investors by replacing his top banking regulator in a move seen by many analysts as a prelude to aggressive bank reforms.


The Nikkei share average, which was down more than two percent in the morning, rebounded to trade down 0.95 percent by 2:20 p.m. (0520 GMT) in the minutes after the changes to Koizumi's cabinet were announced.

Posted at 28/3/2002 12:58 by wonging
pmeas, i think the USA is in for a reality check and their going to take us all with them to one degree or another, how much of a degree it will affect japan, i really have no clue, im not an economist, its all way over my head, but my simple mind tells me that if the USA goes skint, it wont be buying much from japan, so im bearish on the nikkei as well, but i dont follow japan, so i dont really know what their up to, only that im sure i read that their government is ditching the invester compensation scheme at the end of this month, because it cant afford the possible liabilities if the banks go broke and therefore jap investors are pulling their dosh out of banks and buying gold bars like their going out of fashion, is this correct or am i talking complete waffle yet again?

:-)

Posted at 10/12/2001 07:15 by alchemy
I like volatility so with regard to Singapore Strait Times see graph above -
I have found my holy (investors') grail.

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