Are too many investors ignoring Japan?

Income prospects still strong in Japan

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Are too many investors ignoring Japan?

Richard Aston, manager of the CC Japan Growth & Income trust, takes a closer look at whether the country's equity markets can defy investor expectations.

In an unprecedented period of low-to-no growth, equity income has been the sanctuary of many an investor portfolio. Even then, good returns come down, largely, to good stockpicking. If I were to describe...

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