By James Dowey, Chief Economist and CIO
Turnaround stories are an investor’s best friend. If successful, they prompt a widespread and possibly radical re-evaluation of the fair value of the associated assets. If one is brave enough to re-evaluate early on in the process then the returns can be very large. For over two decades starting in 1990, Japan’s economy was beset by the deflating of a major asset price bubble, indeed one of the biggest the world has ever seen. Today, however, we believe that Japan is the biggest turnaround story in the world.
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