If you were looking for a reason to be excited about the next few months, the Japanese market holiday will not disappoint.
The government will have a day off on Tuesday.
That means a few things:First, it means that there will be less volatility.
That is because investors have been buying and selling stocks on an even-money basis for most of the week, rather than trading in a bid-ask spread.
Second, it makes it easier to gauge the overall sentiment on the market.
For example, if the market is down for some reason, and you are interested in buying a stock in that market, you may be able to get some good price guidance on it if you buy the same stock in another market.
The biggest upside for investors is that there is no need to worry about the Japanese currency’s weakening.
As of Tuesday, the yen is down 3.7 percent against the dollar.
If you want to profit from this, the price of gold will also go up.
That will have an impact on Japanese stocks, but it won’t be as significant as a weakening dollar would be.
That said, the market should still remain cheap for most people.
The final thing that makes this holiday the perfect time to invest is that it will be one of the last major events for most stocks in the United States.
Investors are still paying attention to the Chinese economy and its effect on the global economy, but they are focusing more on stocks in Japan, China, and the U.S.
The holiday is scheduled to begin at 7 a.m.
ET on Tuesday, Nov. 15, with the first trading on the Japanese Stock Exchange (JSE).
It ends at 5 p.m., when the stock market will open for trading again.