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Goldman to Fidelity Call for Calm After Global Stock Wipeout – Bloomberg 02-04-14

Salient to Investors: Catherine Yeung at Fidelity Investment Mgmt is advising calm, adding that profits are rising and shares just got a lot less expensive as being a contrarian and buying when things seem bad is often a good thing. Goldman Sachs to AMP Capital Investors and JPMorgan Chase are

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Japan Sees Worst Developed-Stock Rout as Nikkei 225 Drops – Bloomberg 02-03-14

Salient to Investors: Gary Dugan at Coutts & Co. said the stronger yen is probably the main driver of the bigger declines in Japanese stocks, and investors are locking in profits as they back away from equities. Coutts said the yen halted its slide and started to strengthen, potentially curbing company profits. Sumitomo Mitsui

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How I Am Playing The Game – Jim Rogers On The Markets 01-30-14

Salient to Investors: Jim Rogers said: Prefers the Japanese market, down 60 or 70 percent from all time highs. to the US which is at all time highs. Abe has no constraints, can spend and print as much as he wants. Like Russia’s very depressed stock market. Russia is hated more

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Japan: Tax-Free To Invest In Stocks – Jim Rogers Blog 01-18-14

Salient to Investors: Jim Rogers said every time a country does that, people invest. Read the full article at http://jimrogers-blog.blogspot.com/2014/01/japan-tax-free-to-invest-in-stocks.html Click here to receive free and immediate email alerts of the latest forecasts.

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This may destroy Japan’s economy in future – Jim Rogers Blog – 01-17-14

Salient to Investors: Jim Rogers writes: The Japanese Central Bank said it will print unlimited amounts of money, is doing it, and 20 years from now people will say that is what killed Japan. In the meantime, all the money will go into Japanese shares. Read the full article at http://jimrogers-blog.blogspot.com/2014/01/this-may-destroy-japans-economy-in.html

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Liquidity Flowing Into Stock Markets – Jim Rogers On The markets 12-17-13

Salient to Investors: Jim Rogers said a staggering artificial sea of liquidity is going into stock markets including the US, and Japan. Read the full article at http://jimrogersonthemarkets.blogspot.com/2013/12/liquidity-flowing-into-stock-markets.html Click here to receive free and immediate email alerts of the latest forecasts.

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Pesek on Asia: China’s Balancing Act – Bloomberg 12-16-13

Salient to Investors: William Pesek writes: I agree with Tom Holland at The South China Morning Post that China cannot both maintain 7 percent-plus growth rates and implement huge reforms. Thailand has seen 18 coups in the past 60 years. The whole reason for being bullish on Japan Inc. so

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Foreigners Add Most Japan Stocks Ever in Bullish Abe Bets – Bloomberg 12-11-13

Salient to Investors: Outside buyers invested $125 billion in Japanese stocks in 2013 through November, passing the previous highest total in 2005, which preceded a 1.9 percent increase for the Topix in 2006. November net purchases were the highest since April. Wayne Bowers at Northern Trust said Abe’s policies will

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Leading Japan Economist Says Abe On Right Track, But BOJ a Risk – The Wall Street Journal 12-05-13

Salient to Investors: Richard Koo at Nomura Research Institute said: Abenomics is finally addressing Japan’s fundamental economic problem: getting households and businesses to borrow. In this balance-sheet recession, consumers preferred to aggressively pay down debt instead of spending following the burst of the asset price bubble in the early 1990s. Companies

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Pimco’s El-Erian Sees Global Growth at About 3% in 2014 – Bloomberg 11-26-13

Salient to Investors: Mohamed El-Erian at Pimco said: The global economy will expand 2.75 percent to 3.25 percent in 2014. The big question is less the next 12 months and more what comes after, given we are being sustained by experimental, untested policies. The US and Japan have outperformed other

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