Japan’s stock market drought: should investors be spooked?

Does the Japanese experience offer lessons for long-term investors? Or is Japan a freak case, an anomaly, an extreme crash that is the exception to the “buy and hold” rule? Certainly, the Japanese crash has been extreme. Typically, stocks recover after …
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