5,586 companies in the world have over 200 years of operating history – 56% of them are in JapanRupert Hargreaves
Japanese Value Investing with a local fund manager - Jiro Yasu
Japan is often considered to be one of the most fertile places in the world for value investors. Unfortunately, Japan’s equity markets are also beset by problems, including the poor capital allocation policies of Japanese management teams, making the region a frustrating place to invest.
To be able to invest in Japan successfully, you need to know and understand the region and its benefits as well as drawbacks . . .
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