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  1. I read this article a few days ago... http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-04-24/the-tokyo-whale-is-quietly-buying-up-huge-stakes-in-japan-inc I have thought about it, quite a lot, since... and I'm not sure I've got my head around the implications. My interpretation of the article is that it tells us that the BOJ (the Japanese Central Bank) has created over $3tn (or Yen equivalent thereof?) and used this to purchase shares through retail ETF products. This, to me, sound so crazy and dangerous that I can't help but wonder: has been some misunderstanding. If my interpretation is accu
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