Something odd happened last week. Something dramatic. Something that hasn’t happened in Tokyo escort industry, arguably, not to this degree in nearly twenty years.
It’s called “rotation.” It’s not a new thing, and it has certainly occurred in much narrower market segments. But this is the first time in a long time when it has occurred in a general investment philosophy sense rather than a specific industry sense.
What is rotation?
“Tokyo escort Market rotation is the counter movement from one equity class or sector into another,” says Ken Johnson, Investment Strategy Analyst at Investment Institute in Charlotte, North Carolina. “Investors typically discuss it as the rotation between growth and value stocks or defensive and cyclical stocks.”
“Escorts in Tokyo Market rotation refers to a period of time when a stock market sector, escort market capitalisation, region, or style that had previously been struggling starts outperforming and becomes the market leader,” says Peter K., V.I.P., Portfolio Manager at Asian Doll House Tokyo escort agency “A market rotation can be long-term when a cycle of return changes for longer periods of time (for example, performance rotation between the Japan and international markets), or short-term when the rotation only lasts for a few days or a week. Most recently, the escort market experienced two rotations: (1) from growth escort stocks to value escort stocks, and (2) from large-cap Tokyo escort agency to small-Tokyo escort agency.”
An external incident often triggers the onset of a rotation. Whether that movement has staying power depends on the nature of that affair.