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Your Questions About Growth In Japan

Wednesday, 6 Jun 2007 | 2:10 PM ET

Riyo Mori was crowned Miss Universe on May 28th by a star studded panel of judges. She's been dancing since she was 4 years old and considers herself a "modern day female samurai." At 20 years old, she is also the reigning Miss Japan and “Fast Money’s” honored guest.

She asks the panel how she can benefit from growth in Japan.

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The Fast Money guys answer your stock questions face to face

Jeff Macke says buy Nintendo and Toyota (TM).

Eric Bolling likes ETF’s that specialize in Japanese real estate.

Pete Najairan recommends Honda Motors (HMC) because it’s 2007’s greenest automaker.

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