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Tony Evans & deVere Group Executive Fight Night III- “TRIPLE THUNDER” #devereefn

I was told with almost 4 weeks to go we only have 3 tables left !

This is going to be a huge event and we be able to raise a large amount of money to a worthy cause ,


The stage has been set once again at the Grand Hyatt Hotel Tokyo for Tony Evans & deVere Group Executive Fight Night- “Triple Thunder”. The Ginja Ninja Promotions are #devereefn an even more EXPLOSIVE event than the hugely successful EFN II; where 14 brave executives duked it out in front of 468 people and raised over 7.6 million yen for Refugees International Japan!

EFN III will have 8 explosive fights duking it out again to raise money for Refugees International Japan. There are currently only 3 tables left so don’t miss out on all of the excitement- book now!

To see what the buzz is all about take a sneak peak at EFN II here


Facebook Event Page CLICK HERE


Join us! We’re recruiting in #Tokyo – Click to find out more – #Jobs #Job #Career #Careers #deVere #Japan

Join us! We’re recruiting in #Tokyo – Click to find out more – #Jobs #Job #Career #Careers #deVere #Japan

Have you always dreamed of living and working in Tokyo? Then this is the opportunity you’ve been looking for!  deVere Group is recruiting in Japan.

deVere Group is the world’s largest independent international financial advisory firm with more than 70 offices worldwide and a client base of over 70,000 in 100 different countries.
We are looking for highly motivated, driven sales professionals to join our winning team in Tokyo.

Tokyo is the world’s largest metropolitan economy, and is at the helm of the lively economic revival led by Premier Shinzo Abe.

If you’re a young graduate looking to start a career in financial services, Tokyo is an ideal place to work.   Japan’s immigration policy is simple, making the acquisition of a yearlong work visa for 18 to 30 year olds an easy process.
All deVere recruits are trained to gain industry standard qualifications with CISI.

Is this the end to the Nikkei rally and Yen weakness?

When the market opened in Tokyo stocks were widening their losses through the morning session Monday, with the Nikkei tumbling nearly 580 points to move around 14,000. The yen weighed on exporters while players remained jittery over recent volatility in the market.

Is this clients / investors selling ??? Technically yes , but reality is they are selling due to margin call .

This is how the market stands .


Nikkei 225
14,157.34 – 455.11 -3.11%
















Yesterday Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko backed bullish views on asset marker and said Japan could cope with the increase interest rates .The minutes memo from the BOJ meeting on April 26 showed that a few members see difficulties in hitting the 2% inflation. When Kuroda came to power he unveiled a plan to double money in the economy over two years by ramping up bond purchases, chasing a target of 2 % inflation .

I don’t believe anything has changed in Japan the fundamentals have started to change , consumer spending is up and exports have increased also . I still see Nikkei going towards 17000 year end.

Greed and Fear that what moves the market . At the moment fear is rampant ,


Tony Evans

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