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Japan's small-time investors stick to winning patterns to make millions

Survey finds that 40% are middle-class households living frugally

TOKYO -- Even under an economy struggling in prolonged deflation, some Japanese investors manage to build up assets worth millions of dollars. What kind of investment philosophies do such millionaires follow? Who are they? With help from Macromill, a Tokyo-based research company, The Nikkei Veritas surveyed about 1,000 small investors.

One notable item among the findings was that successful investors holding financial assets worth 100 million yen ($914,317) or more typically had their own winning patterns, compared to other investors with smaller assets.

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