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Get A 6% Yield In A Red-Hot Market

Japan has been mired in an economic slump for decades. Despite keeping its benchmark interest rate below 1% since 1995—and at or below 0% or below for more than a decade—GDP growth rates have struggled to consistently stay in positive territory.

That’s why investing in Japanese stocks has been mostly an exercise in futility for the past 30 years.

But as Warren Buffett has discovered, things are finally changing in Japan, or to use the title of an old Bob Dylan song, “The Times They Are A-Changin’.”

Here’s how that sets you up for a great investment opportunity…

This post appeared at Dividend Stocks Research.