Is It Now Japan's Moment to Shine? Plus Chinese Tech, Crypto, and Oil

Real VisionSeptember 13, 2021
Weston Nakamura says now’s the time to go long Japan—he unpacks his bull case here. He also examines further Chinese regulation and crackdowns as China tech stocks tumble with the government’s announcement to break up Alipay, crypto market action with Litecoin spiking, and the ongoing commodities rally with crude oil reaching its 6-week high. Interviewed by Jack Farley. Drop your questions for Weston here on the Exchange: https://rvtv.io/3C9JgNa
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