Japanese Women Feel Gold Digging Is Just Part of the New Dating Culture - An Interview with Chris Demetrakos

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An interview with noted Japanese dating and cultural expert, Chris Demetrakos, on the latest trends in Japanese dating has just been published at http://www.stockmarketsage.com. Due to the recent news stories about Japanese women spending extreme amounts of money and time trying to marry men for financial gain due to their shrinking nest eggs, Stockton Sage of StockMarketSage.com tries to discover if this is a growing trend or just a blip on the radar screen.

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With the decline of the modern financial system, more and more people are finding marriages to be a good fit, at least financially. Beta tests over the past year of the new cloud computing software, The Internet Time Machine, showed a surge in Japan in searches for "find a husband", "need a husband" and "husband meeting". The software showed that while demand surged, the result numbers for the queries remained constant or even declined. This was one of the new niches that the Internet Time Machine professes to find before anyone else. While still in pre-release, The Internet Time Machine at http://www.TheInternetTimeMachine.com is accepting signups for its future public launch.

Chris Demetrakos, an American ad-executive by day, and dating consultant by night, has lived in Japan for over 15 years and offers his opinions in this exclusive interview with Stockton Sage. Chris and his group have helped many Americans adjust to not only the social changes that come with moving and living in Japan, but also the dating changes they can expect in modern Japan.

The interview is fiesty and honest and shows how a cultural bubble has developed that has influenced a whole new generation of singles in Japan. While both sexes are given their due by Chris, the devleopment of "husband for hire" or "husband as a retirement fund" is not surprising to an experienced Japanese executive like Chris.

StockMarketSage has created an information based website to explain complicated financial and social problems. The Sage's website aims to speak in a language that everyone can understand by using video and blogging.

To read this interview and comment on the article please go to http://www.StockMarketSage.com.

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