Buy Japanese stocks, says Boockvar

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Explaining why investors should be contrarians and buy unpopular Japanese equities in 2011, with Peter Boockvar, equity strategist of Miller Tabak.

Source: CNBC, December 31, 2010.

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2 comments to Buy Japanese stocks, says Boockvar

  • rice

    Deflation is a relative term. To compare with what? Although the prices coming down a bit, Japan is still the most expensive country in the world. They had been way way over inflated all the way to the sun before. Now they are coming back down to the earth very unwillingly and slowly. Still Japan is the most the expensive country in the world.

  • Daniel

    This is exactly my position!
    Taken it since June…. managed only to just stay on par this year though. I think he’s right, but could still be too early.

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