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        Various ways to ride the Japan's booming stock market.

        Aisatsu Mooers! Hey

        As mentioned in my earlier posts, Japan now is facing a booming economy that is witnessed by its upward trending stock market (*1) and cheap big houses (*2). Awesome

        Many Mooers would like to take this opportunity to ride the upward ride and huat big big. Cool After huat big big from their investment, Mooers may travel to Perth, Australia for a Gyrocopter experience. More information can be found here:  https://gyrocopterexperience.com/perth
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        Therefore, this post will come up with a few ways that Mooers can involve in this once in a lifetime opportunity. Grin

        Without further ado, let's begin. Keep Fighting

        First, for those who have access to the US stock market, they can trade the following ETFs that invest in Japanese stocks. Smart Do note that the list of ETFs here is non-exhaustive and there are many more others.

        Party1. EWJ ( $iShares MSCI Japan ETF(EWJ.US)$ )
        The ETF invests in various Japanese companies such as Toyota Motor ( $Toyota Motor(7203.JP)$ ), Sony Group ( $Sony Group(6758.JP)$ ), Mitsubshi UFJ Financial Group ( $Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group(8306.JP)$ ) and many others.
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        #GIFsFromTenorDotCom
        Party2. FLJP ( $Franklin FTSE Japan ETF(FLJP.US)$ )
        The ETF invests in various Japanese companies that are similar to EWJ, except that it has the lowest expense ratio.

        Party3. FLJH ( $Franklin FTSE Japan Hedged ETF(FLJH.US)$ )
        The ETF invests in various Japanese companies that are similar to EWJ, except that it has the lowest expense ratio. It is hedged to USD Net Tax Index.

        Party4. BBJP ( $JPMorgan BetaBuilders Japan ETF(BBJP.US)$ )
        The ETF invests in various Japanese companies that are similar to EWJ and its AUM is much larger than EWJ.

        Party5. DXJ ( $WisdomTree Japan Hedged Equity ETF(DXJ.US)$ )
        The ETF invests in various Japanese companies that are similar to EWJ and is currently the top YTD performer.

        Party6. EWJV ( $iShares MSCI Japan Value ETF(EWJV.US)$ )
        The ETF invests in Japan value equities and some of the companies it invests includes Honda Motor ( $Honda Motor(7267.JP)$ ), Takeda Pharmaceutical ( $Takeda Pharmaceutical(4502.JP)$ ), KDDI ( $KDDI(9433.JP)$ ) and Tokio Marine Holdings ( $Tokio Marine Holdings(8766.JP)$ ).

        Party7. SCJ ( $Ishares Inc Msci Japan Small-Cap Etf(SCJ.US)$ )
        The ETF invests in Japan small-cap equities and some of the companies it invests includes ASICS ( $ASICS(7936.JP)$ ), Sojitz ( $Sojitz(2768.JP)$ ), Rohto Pharmaceutical ( $Rohto Pharmaceutical(4527.JP)$ ) and Kobe Steel ( $Kobe Steel(5406.JP)$ ).

        Smart For those who have direct access to the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) and have Brokers who have currency exchange features that allows investors to change their currencies to Yen ( $SGD/JPY(SGDJPY.FX)$ , $JPY/SGD(JPYSGD.FX)$ , $USD/JPY(USDJPY.FX)$ , $JPY/USD(JPYUSD.FX)$ ) or deposit Yen, they can buy ETFs such as 1329 ( $iShares Core Nikkei 225 ETF(1329.JP)$ ), 1320 ( $iFreeETF Nikkei225 (YearlyDividendType)(1320.JP)$ ), 1321 ( $NEXT FUNDS Nikkei 225 ETF(1321.JP)$ ) and 1346 ( $MAXIS NIKKEI225 ETF(1346.JP)$ ), as they mirror quite closely to the Nikkei 225 index ( $Nikkei 225(.N225.JP)$ ) without investors to buy each individual stocks. Yeah!

        Please take note that currently MooMoo ( $Futu Holdings Ltd(FUTU.US)$ ) does not allow Mooers to trade Japanese stocks and cannot exchange, deposit or withdraw Japanese currency. SurpriseTerror
        #GIFsFromTenorDotCom
        #GIFsFromTenorDotCom
        Hmm... I wonder if Mooers would like MooMoo to have trading Japanese stocks capabilities and also allows exchange, deposit and withdraw of Yen into their account. Thinking Face
        We have come to the end of today's topic. Awesome Remember to show your support by follow, like, share and comment on this post and as always, don't forget to DYODD (Do your own due diligence) when making any kind of investment. Thumbs Up


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