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Nintendo’s stocks have hit a two-year high in Japan over second-wave covid-19 concerns. “The stock had been struggling the past two months with demand for stay-at-home stocks dropping as the economy re-opened...” said analyst Katsuyuki Fujii. “But as fears for the second wave of coronavirus grow, people are taking a second look at those stocks.” 

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Originally from Texas, Ashcraft has called Osaka home since 2001. He has authored six books, including most recently, The Japanese Sake Bible.

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Shiroe, Machiavelli-in-Glasses

Nintendo just can’t catch a break from people.

The whole “Nintendo is dead” meme has extended into the investment world, but they are doing just fine. I feel like that Nintendo is one of those value stocks that people constantly overlook for shinier investments.