It's not just the Nasdaq that reclaimed its post-tech-bubble highs.
The Japanese stock market is breaking out as well, hitting levels not seen since 2000. But rather than use the massive rally as an opportunity to get out, one trader still thinks there's time to get in.
On CNBC's "Trading Nation," analyst Andrew Keene said Friday that the Japanese stock market looks very strong technically.
According to Keene, those moving averages provide a good entry point on any dip, since they've held over the past couple of years.