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Emcee:  Clappy Type:  Unmoderated
In attempt to capitalize on the eventual end of Japan's Secular Bear Market, I've begun to research investment opportunities to ride their stock market back upwards, when that day comes.

I was surprised to see a message board had not been started to discuss the possibilities of Japan's Exchange Traded Fund (ETF).

For more info on ETF's:

Without attempting to call a bottom here,
The stock appears to be trying to poke through it's downward sloping trandline.
If you squint hard ehough you might be able to see it. <g>
Squint harder and you'll see a possible island reversal.

Perhaps some sort of a sizable correction will occur in the near future.

Anyhow, please feel free to share your ideas on how to capitalize on investment in Japan.
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25Hi JW, At least EWJ has held up okay today. It doesn't seem to want to go upOldAIMGuy-3/15/2007
24Western Whims Sink Japan Stocks Message 23370784 <pre></pre>Julius Wong-3/15/2007
23Hi INI, At least I-Shares doesn't list anything specific for Vietnam as of yOldAIMGuy-3/14/2007
22Hi Tom. This one has done well over the past few years. I'm interested in Clappy-3/14/2007
21Hi INI, I am glad to see another of the non-U.S. ETFs being explored here on SI.OldAIMGuy-3/14/2007
20"Japan, the world's second largest economy, continues to recover nicelyClappy-2/17/2007
19I always enjoy your charts John. Lots of thinking goes into them. Thanks.Clappy-6/24/2003
18EWJ...unfinished monthly stockcharts.comJohn Madarasz-6/24/2003
17Old Chart... JOF New Chart...JOF sorry, no John Madarasz-6/24/2003
16Back in EWJ today at 6.87 Seems to be forming a nice base here. Hopefully thisClappy-2/27/2003
15I seriously doubt anyone reads this thread but somewhere out there someone will Brian Adler-6/19/2002
14EWJ is at a fib..It's a good short right now heading out for a few months anBrian Adler-6/1/2002
13I respect your opinion...and I agree wit it. Here is a good chart site... askrMannie-3/7/2002
12I would think it would come back to test the support at the 63ish range. It appeClappy-3/7/2002
11Good job, Clappy.. Man, that OIH has just run like crazy this week, wish wasnMannie-3/7/2002
10I exited my EWJ trade this morning at $8.55 (Got in at $7.5) I was tempted to seClappy-3/7/2002
9I think you are right on. I'm talking about much smaller time frames. TechClappy-3/5/2002
8"Being the thick headed, hot tempered stooge that I am, after my argument aMannie-3/4/2002
7HAL was my energy play. I just sold it at the end of last week. I felt guilty hClappy-3/4/2002
6Claps.. Did you follow up on OIH? It has gained consistently for the last couplMannie-3/4/2002
5Thanks for bringing it up Scott. I hadn't heard. I'm just basing this Clappy-3/4/2002
4Hey Clappy.. Japan has severely cut back on short sellers. I think this rally iMannie-3/4/2002
3Another new short term high this morning.[h,a]daclyyay[pb50!d20Clappy-2/27/2002
2Possible double bottom in the weekly chart of the Tokyo Nikkei Average. stockchClappy-2/25/2002[h,a]daclyyay[dc][pb50!d20,2!f][vc60][iUb14!Uh5,3]&pref=G &lClappy-2/25/2002
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