Japan Value Play

Davidson, Alex
December 2006
Forbes Asia;12/11/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 21, p74
The article reports on investment opportunities available in Japan. Included in the investment opportunities was the $13 billion iShare MSCI Japan Index Fund which boasts a 13.6% annual performance. Investors could purchase Japanese blue chips as well as investing in yen-dominated stocks. Peter Boardman of money managing firm Tradewinds NWQ Global Investors preferred investing in consumer finance. He noted that despite the implementation of an interest cap of 20%, lenders will still benefit at 2%.


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