- Okinawa Cellular is not currently a buy, but investors ought to follow share prices periodically for buying opportunities at 2,600 yen per share (vs. current 3,555 yen per share).
- Regional focus provides Okinawa Cellular with a strong market position in an Okinawan mobile carrier market, which accounts for less than 1% of the Japanese mobile carrier market.
- Although the company is focused on being nimble and open to moving into industries unrelated to the mobile carrier market, its primary growth area today is in its fiber internet business.
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- Virtual Reality (VR) is extending beyond visual and audio.
- Video game industry development of smell VR might benefit from commercialization in physical retail and e-commerce.
- There are a couple of investable companies with smell VR technology that should be followed.
Continue reading “Tech In Japan: Stop And Smell The (Virtual) Roses”
At this point exploring our site you’ve probably seen a lot of nice verbose rhetoric with plenty of adjectives describing how attractive we think Japanese stocks are. If you are as skeptical as I am though, you’d think that’s a load of BS until we substantiate it with some data and logical arguments.
We did introduce an argument in our first article and About page where we said there is no natural buyer for Japanese stocks, but until now, that’s been about it. Not very compelling. This article will attempt to introduce the case for Japan.
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Brian here. This being our first post, I want to cover a few basic things:
- What is Kenkyo Investing?
- Why are we doing it?
- Who are we?
We’ve included a lot of this information in the “About” section on the site, but I’ll go into a bit more detail here.
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