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IMF tells  Japan needs to bring back Abenomics – 

Japan is on the receiving end of a warning from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) about the risk of slow growth, stagflation and a new round of turmoil in financial markets. The IMF has urged Japan to “reload” its Abenomics reforms to prevent this from happening.  Currently the Bank of Japan  quantive easing ¥80 trillion ($712 billion)  the same as the  GDP of the Netherlands , an extra 10 Trillion  in my option would weaken the yen by 5/7% and the Nikkei rise by 9/11%…

According to the Financial Times, IMF economists have said that Japan is seeing a modest recovery at the moment and that there would be annual growth of 0.8% by the end of the year, followed by 1.2% in 2016. However, the economy is fragile, the report states. 

This is because imperative structural reforms required to bring the economy out of its slow growth and back on track have stalled and it comes at a time when Japan’s public debts were expected to hit 250% of GDP over the next five years. 

The Bank of Japan has also been told that it needs to be ready to ease monetary policy further and do a better job of communicating its intentions to markets as inflation – which they forecast would hit 0.7% this year – continued to rise more slowly than expected towards the central bank’s 2% target. 

Overall the IMF offered a sobering assessment of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s efforts to revive the Japanese economy, arguing that his reforms were failing to deliver as promised. 

  

Be Fearful When Others Are Greedy and Greedy When Others Are Fearful Warren Buffett

Be Fearful When Others Are Greedy and Greedy When Others Are Fearful
Warren Buffett

Best advice I can give investors , only after calculating the risk

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Why donate to charity ? “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give

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People have been asking me why I donate to charity , so here is my answers :

1. How and why did you get involved with the event?

I have always taken an active, hands-on approach to charitable work and fundraising. A friend of mine mentioned that there was to be a high-end event here in Tokyo which aimed to raise funds for and awareness of cancer research – and on that basis alone I was in. I later discovered that the charity event that I had agreed to sponsor was the Executive Fight Night (EFN). This was a huge bonus for me as I’ve long been a keen supporter of white collar boxing.
Following the incredible success of this first event, I vowed to increase my support of and involvement with the next. I did this by becoming a Gold Sponsor of Executive Fight Night II. It was an event that not only raised ¥7.8 million – an amount used by Refugees International Japan to help an astonishing 3,500 stateless people – but one that proved to be one of the hottest tickets on the Tokyo social calendar, and certainly one of the best-attended and most exciting evenings in the Japanese capital this year.
Now, for the third edition, I’ve taken my involvement up another level becoming the Platinum Sponsor. The Tony Evans & deVere Group Executive Fight Night takes place at The Grand Hyatt Hotel on Friday 8th November.

2.What’s in it for you?

Primarily, this is a way for me and for the deVere Group to give something back to society by supporting proactive, life-enhancing causes that make a positive impact in the lives of people less fortune than ourselves.
The deVere Group and I are dedicated to using our time, skills and resources to making a real quantifiable difference wherever and whenever we can; compassion is what makes us human I believe. The Tony Evans & deVere Group Executive Fight Night is an example of this commitment. I think Churchill voiced this shared sentiment best when he said, “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”
In addition, the Executive Fight Nights are a fantastic way to bring together many individuals of differing backgrounds in a fun, high-octane environment.

3. What do you contribute to the event/fighters?

The short answer is ‘whatever it takes’, whether this means providing financial support, ideas, contacts, promotion, or securing tables full of lively guests who create an exciting atmosphere. I believe the liveliest and noisiest – and also the most generous – part of the room at the last EFN was probably those four tables where my guests were seated!
Also, I know a few of the fighters personally, so positive encouragement is always given to them too.

Tony Evans

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Tips From Millionaires

In my job as a Financial Consultant my job is very simple ,

•make money for clients
•preserve money for clients .

All my clients meets with their “team of expert ” regularly Why ? As they want to ensure the money being made !

This was an interesting article I read and it has all the points in there .

Enjoy

Tony Evans

Article here –

Tips From Millionaires

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