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A Stock Market Crash Is Waiting, Paid for by the BoJ

You won't hear much news about a stock market crash after Japan's prime minister announced plans for a new economic stimulus package.

Shinzo Abe wants to pump a reported $99 billion into the Japanese economy.

While this sounds like great news for the world's third-largest economy, the policies of the Bank of Japan could trigger a complete economic meltdown. This is the dangerous policy you need to know about...

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We're On the Verge of a Global Financial Crisis, Warns Japanese PM

We're on the verge of a global financial crisis.

At least according to Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

Here's what he showed his G-7 counterparts today...

Global Markets

Negative Interest Rates Will Destroy Global Markets

Investor concern over how the growing use of negative interest rates will destroy the market was underscored today after Japan left rates in negative territory and signaled further easing is likely.

Shocked by the news, global markets tanked.

Here's what you need to know about negative interest rates and how to take cover from them...

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average Down Today After Japan Market Crash

Find out what's ahead for the stock market today.

Get your update on the Dow Jones Industrial Average, stocks to watch, the biggest stock market news, and today's best profit plays.

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The Best Investments in Japan's Changing Economy

I spent last week in Tokyo, and I want to share what I found on my trip to Japan.

It's proof positive that we're on the right track and, once again, we may beat a lot of people to the best investments, just like we did in September 2011.

That's when I told subscribers to short the yen a full six months and 150% ahead of George Soros and other big names who would subsequently make headlines for doing the same thing.

This time around the profits could be even bigger - if you understand what's happening and why. Here's what you need to know...


4 Charts That Show Japan Stock Market Rally Is Overdone

In Japan, stock market euphoria has taken hold.

The reality of the Japanese economy is much bleaker than the roaring Japanese stock market would have you believe.

Here are four charts that explain Japan's current crisis not reflected in this rally...

Global Economy

How the QE Delusion Is Inflating the Japanese Stock Market

The Japanese stock market is up big and the yen is getting crushed as the Bank of Japan lays on the stimulus.

This is all unfolding as the BOJ planned when it first announced an acceleration of its quantitative easing measures in October 2014.

But there's something wrong with these market movements that can only point toward BOJ stock market manipulation...

Global Economy

How to Play the Japanese Stock Market Euphoria

U.S. market indexes plunged yesterday (Wednesday) and took the Japanese stock market with them.

The Nikkei 225, a Japanese stock market index tracking 225 Japanese blue-chips, fell 1.4% today. This was the day after a broad sell-off in the U.S. stock market. This was a blip in what will be a larger rally.

Japan is presenting an opportunity, but this recent sell-off shows that investors need to be discriminant in buying Japanese stock...


Use These Japan ETF Picks to Profit from a Rising Market and Falling Yen

The best Japan ETF to buy right now will do one of two things.

It will either play the surging Japanese stock market. Or, it will short the yen. The Nikkei 225 index is up 7.2% so far this year. The yen has fallen 16% in the last 12 months.

Here's what to buy...

Global Economy

How to Profit From Japan's New Lost Decade

An old Japanese proverb notes "ura niwa ura ga aru" which means the reverse side has a reverse side.

Japanese markets have come a long way in the past 8 months rising an additional 4.94% in wild trading on Monday alone. Yet there are real long-term dangers to all this volatility.

First and foremost, when (not if) Japan collapses it will affect every investor, in every major market, regardless of your exposure to Japan.