The bull and bear case for allocating to Japan

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The bull and bear case for allocating to Japan

Japan remains unloved by the global investment community and there are a number of good reasons to be concerned about investing in Japanese companies. However, investors shouldn't write off the market as a whole, according to Kennox AM's Geoff Legg.

However, investors shouldn't write off Japan as a whole. Rather, a look at some of the wide-held concerns show that these do not hold true across the whole market. In fact, pockets of opportunity are present....

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