Investing in Japan

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The Japanese stock market and economy are seen as a safe haven in times of crisis which makes it attractive to investors. And while interest rates are being raised rapidly by central banks elsewhere in developed markets, which has proved a headwind for their stock markets, Japanese rates remain relatively low.

In this video, we look at what else makes Japanese stocks attractive, the benefits of currency hedging your Japanese stocks, and also look at funds on Trading 212, which give you low-cost exposure to Japan.

⌚ Timestamps:

0:00 – Intro
0:23 – Why Japanese stocks?
1:57 – Currency hedge
3:48 – Risks
4:49 – ETFs available

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