Japanese stocks are still a bargain – investors should consider buying in
On a price/earnings ratio of 15.9, Japanese stocks are among the most reasonably priced in the developed world.
Japan has seen plenty of false dawns – but this time it’s for real
Japan suffered one of the most spectacular bubbles in financial history. But today, the market is so cheap that it’s practically the opposite of where…
Japan: ignore the rugby and buy the stocks
Japan won't win the Rugby World Cup. But its stockmarket could prove a winner.
Japanese stocks: when will we see Nikkei 39,000?
Japanese stocks remain far below their bubble-era highs. But if reforms continue, the market could finally set a new record within a decade, says auth…
Why I favour Japan over the UK market
The FTSE 100 is cheap, says Tim Price. But it’s not where I would invest now. The best value is to be found in Japan. Here’s why.
Where to find Japan’s small, cash-rich bargain stocks
One of the few big opportunities in global markets is Japan’s small-cap value sector. And now there is finally a fund that focuses directly on this ni…