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Early this month, Justin Brill one of the many Stansberry Reasearch analysts with over 175 years of experience collectively published a briefing entitled “The U.S. Inches Closer To War.” Provocative headline aside, Brill was speaking to the possibility of an impending global trade war precipitated by President Trump’s proposed and threatened tariffs as well as his overall impetuousness and unpredictability.
However, prior to tackling this possibility and Stansberry Research’s analysis of the possibility and impact of said tariffs, Brill firs took at look at his colleague Steve Sjuggerud’s bullish call on Japanese stocks made back in November 2016 (Dailywealth).
Sjuggerud’s analysis provided a call to action to purchase Japanese stocks through his True Wealth portfolio. Brill reminds subscribers that since that “strong buy” recommendation that portfolio has gained roughly 20%.
Brill added to this piece of analysis with his subsequent research on Japanese stocks, and all of this before he presented his own on an impending(?) U.S-led trade war.
This is the type of work that subscribers to Stansberry Research have come to love and expect from the company each day.