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Market Scramble: Tech takes up slack as Trump rally fades

Investors look to get in on ground floor of IT revolution

Investors are on the hunt for promising Japanese tech stocks, such as those related to robots.

TOKYO -- As the stock market advance driven by optimism about American policy under President Donald Trump loses steam, investors inside and outside Japan are turning their attention to tech stocks, angling to pick up potential market drivers while prices are reasonable.

If the U.S. pursues fiscal stimulus with the end of an economic cycle approaching and growth still brisk, it will just end up with a bubble that will later burst, warned Stefan Kreuzkamp, chief investment officer at Deutsche Asset Management, during a visit to Japan.

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