Don’t Bet Against the Bank of Japan

Japan clearly wants to devalue the yen, and it's probably going to be successful in doing so. While you could try to game the situation via currency or equities, the safest bet lies in bonds. More 

3 Japanese Stocks to Buy … Eventually

Japanese stocks have been trouncing U.S. stocks' own impressive run in 2013, and many should continue to do so amid the government's focus on keeping the yen weak. More 

Can the Yen-Hedging Japan ETF Keep Obliterating EWJ?

A plunge in the yen has helped WisdomTree's Hedged Japan Equity ETF outperform non-hedged funds by a huge margin since October. How long can DXJ's winning streak continue? More 

Japan: A Trading Vehicle, Not an Investment

While a weak yen could provide a further near-term boost for the market, Japan remains a poor long-term investment. More 

Japan Is the Next Shoe to Drop

The pieces are falling into place for a hyperinflationary meltdown in Japan, which could set up the short opportunity of a lifetime. More 

What Does China’s Threat of a ‘Bond Attack’ on Japan Mean for the U.S.?

China hinted that it would use bonds as weapon in its dispute. with Japan. Would it do the same to the United States? More 

Bailout 5.0: Italy Needs Financial Aid Too

Austria's Finance Minister drops the bomb on Italy and the rest of Europe by admitting the unthinkable; Italy needs a bailout. More