Take the Long View of Japan

There is a class of investors and traders that I call the headliners. These folks get overly excited about headlines coming out of the financial press and don't bother to dig deep enough to get a real picture of what's actually happening.

Last night as I suffered through an ugly Orioles loss to the Astros, I got emails from a couple of my headliner friends. The general tone was that given all that has happened recently in Japan, it must be time to buy this horrible crash. I have done fairly well in Japan over the years with some cheap stock selections that did very well, so naturally these friends expected me to have some great ideas to take advantage of this dreadful market move....605 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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