Geoff Gannon March 11, 2011

15 Japanese Net-Nets

Since my “Buy Japan” post I’ve been getting lots of emails asking exactly which Japanese stocks are worth buying.

The simple answer is net-nets.

Net-nets are stocks selling for less than the value of their current assets – cash, receivables, and inventory – minus all liabilities. Basically, they’re stocks selling for less than their liquidation value.

I’ve put together a list of 15 of Japan’s best net-nets. These are small, unknown, super cheap stocks.

I ranked these 15 stocks on 5 key criteria:

  1. Size
  2. Sales Growth
  3. Profit Margin Variation
  4. EV/EBIT
  5. Price/NCAV

By combining those 5 criteria, I was able to sort these 15 Japanese net-nets from most attractive to least attractive. In other words, I was able to make a list of 15 Japanese net-nets with the best ideas up top and the worst ideas at the bottom.

This report is perfect for someone looking to buy a basket of 5, 10, or even 15 Japanese net-nets.

Or for anyone who would like to start researching Japanese net-nets but has no idea where to start.

The price of the report is $100.

That’s about $7 per stock.

If you click the “Buy Now” button below you can pay using PayPal. Once you’ve paid, you’ll be taken to the page where you can download the report as a PDF.