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Lessons from Japan's 34 Years of Stock Market Underperformance

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Japan's stock market recently exceeded the all-time high first set in December 1989. That's 34 years of zero price appreciation for the stock market. What drove this lackluster performance, will it continue, and what can we learn from it?

Topics covered include:

  • How big was Japan's stock bubble, and how much did it contribute to the stock market's underperformance over the past three decades
  • How do Japan's demographic trends impact its economic challenges, and what are the solutions
  • Why Japan's houses are built to depreciate in value
  • What lessons can we learn from Japan's extended bear market

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Show Notes

Japan’s Nikkei 225 index eclipses record high after 34 years by Leo Lewis—The Financial Times

Investors eye further gains after Nikkei breaks through 1989 high by Leo Lewis and Kana Inagaki—The Financial Times

Related Episodes

235: What If Home Prices Always Declined

178: Japan and the Impact of A Shrinking Population

73 Plus: Investing In Japan

38 Plus: Time Wealth and Japan

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Japan's stock market recently exceeded the all-time high first set in December 1989. That's 34 years of zero price appreciation for the stock market. What drove this lackluster performance, will it continue, and what can we learn from it?

Topics covered include:

  • How big was Japan's stock bubble, and how much did it contribute to the stock market's underperformance over the past three decades
  • How do Japan's demographic trends impact its economic challenges, and what are the solutions
  • Why Japan's houses are built to depreciate in value
  • What lessons can we learn from Japan's extended bear market

Sponsors

Monarch Money – Get an extended 30-day free trial

Insiders Guide Email Newsletter

Get our free Investors' Checklist when you sign up for the free Money for the Rest of Us email newsletter

Our Premium Products

Asset Camp

Money for the Rest of Us Plus

Show Notes

Japan’s Nikkei 225 index eclipses record high after 34 years by Leo Lewis—The Financial Times

Investors eye further gains after Nikkei breaks through 1989 high by Leo Lewis and Kana Inagaki—The Financial Times

Related Episodes

235: What If Home Prices Always Declined

178: Japan and the Impact of A Shrinking Population

73 Plus: Investing In Japan

38 Plus: Time Wealth and Japan

See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

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