Good Sun Rising
As Japan's economy gets stronger, so do the funds.
Japan's made the news a lot lately--from its hot stock market to its top car brands. What this means for investors is opportunity--in small doses, of course.
Don Cassidy, a senior research analyst at Lipper, says that for the calendar year 2005, the average return for Japanese funds was 33.64 percent. "That was enough to push their previously lagging longer-period returns from minus to plus signs all the way back for 15 years," he says.
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