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The yen is depreciating, learning to find investment opportunities from tourism, and accumulating tourism funds from investment | Anue Juheng

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The yen is depreciating, learning to find investment opportunities from tourism, and accumulating tourism funds from investment | Anue Juheng


The sharp depreciation of the yen since this year (2022) has not only created a sweet spot for foreign exchange exchange for the Kazakh people, but also for investors, how to “find investment opportunities from tourism and accumulate tourism funds from investment” is also an important issue. .

The yen against the US dollar was still at 115 at the beginning of this year, and it fell to the 150 yen mark in less than 10 months, the biggest decline since 1985.

The depreciation of the yen is getting cheaper, and the Ministry of Health and Welfare finally announced that the border will be unblocked and the country will be opened. According to the travel platform’s “Top 10 countries that netizens want to fly to”, Japan lives up to expectations and becomes the country that Taiwanese most want to go to, especially when Taiwanese take advantage of the The yen continues to depreciate, and the currency exchange is crazy to buy ultra-low Japanese currency.

However, the Japanese government frequently intervenes, and the outside world is concerned. Will the yen rebound from the bottom? However, Wang Kerui, chief operating officer of Haohao Securities, believes that due to the stronger-than-expected rise of the US dollar this year, the US Federal Reserve’s violent interest rate hike has been established. The opportunity is stronger, and the period when the yen is at a low point is the timing point for the layout of Japanese stocks.

Wang Boli, general manager of Eastspring Investments, also said that the sharp depreciation of the yen is not only conducive to the recovery of Japanese tourism, but also reflected in Japan’s export industry. Due to the depreciation of the yen, related companies can expect profits and stock prices in the future. Investors may wish to Use the Japanese yen and U.S. dollar banknotes in hand to choose Japanese stock funds with outstanding performance in the medium and long term, and take advantage of the situation to accumulate travel funds.

In the first three quarters of this year, the global market was highly volatile, growth stocks weakened significantly, and value stocks took advantage of the trend, and Japanese value stocks were also able to get out of a wave of headwinds. Wang Zhiyi, vice president of Eastspring Investments Product Development and Market Research Department, said that Japanese stocks are extremely valuable in terms of valuation and fundamentals.

Wang Zhiyi said, especially from the past 2004 to 2007 during the U.S. interest rate hike cycle, Japanese stocks outperformed global stock markets and U.S. stocks. It is worth noting that Japan is one of the few countries in the world that has not raised interest rates and maintained a loose monetary policy. A weak yen, strong corporate earnings and low valuations are attractive, thus attracting funds to buy.

As for whether to choose to invest in Japanese stock funds denominated in US dollars or Japanese yen, it is more advantageous? Wang Zhiyi analyzed that since the current Taiwan dollar is relatively strong against the Japanese yen, it is recommended that investors can buy Japanese stock funds in the yen-denominated way when the yen is low. Opportunity stock exchange double profit.

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