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  • How To Profit From Bank Of Japan's Aggressive Money Printing 0 comments
    Apr 9, 2013 11:09 PM

    Read More : http://www.investmentcontrarians.com/debt-crisis/how-to-profit-from-bank-of-japans-aggressive-money-printing/1795/

    Last week, the new governor for the Bank of Japan (BOJ), Haruhiko Kuroda, announced a game changer for that nation's quantitative easing policies. The BOJ now plans to initiate monthly bond purchases in the amount of 7.5 trillion yen (US$77.8 billion) per month in an attempt to increase inflation to two percent within the next two years.

    When it comes to creating an investment strategy based on this quantitative easing policy, there are two initial takeaways. The first is that this will put pressure on the Japanese yen to weaken its value; the second is that stocks will rise within that nation, since many firms are exporters and will benefit from this quantitative easing plan.

    This investment strategy has already begun, as large institutional investors have started front-running this announcement, starting with the election of the new Prime Minister of Japan last fall. However, the country is just about to embark on this new aggressive quantitative easing plan that will last approximately two years-if not longer. There is still plenty of time to profit from an investment strategy using this quantitative easing announcement as a catalyst.

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