Japan Stocks Too Cheap to Ignore

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According to David Sterman, "Frankly, it's hard to see how Japan's Nikkei index will ever revisit the 37,000 mark it reached in 1990 -- at least in our lifetime. ... And yet, for contrarian investors, this market holds some tremendous bargains. These bargains involve companies that are thriving in the global economy, even if their home country's too-strong currency makes life difficult for exporters." Read more here.

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