A Tokyo stock picker watches his nation age

Business May 11, 2016

A Tokyo stock picker watches his nation age

by Tom Redmond and Nao Sano

It's an early weekday morning in Tokyo and the Japanese pub is already filled with a boisterous clientele, mostly pensioners. Sitting among them is Kengo Kuzuhara, taking notes. The 41-year-old wants to know how his elders spend their cash, as he runs a stock fund ...