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Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) Struck By The Tsunami Disaster Is Now A 10 Bagger

Press Release: December 07, 2015

- Deger Wealth Management, founded by Dr. Erkin Olmez, under Warren Buffett's teachings of value investing made a handsome return on its investment in the tsunami struck Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) (TYO:9501) stock. After the 2011 tsunami disaster in the Pacific Ocean, TEPCO had to close the Fukishima nuclear reactor; and became the target for anti-nuclear protests in Japan and worldwide. The events after the tsunami disaster had caused the stock price of TEPCO; which fell to 4000 yens after the first earthquake in 2007, and then 2000 yens after the 2011 tsunami; to hit new lows as deep as 100 yens in 2012.

During previous months, TEPCO, mostly due to the improvement in its financials, has been critically included in Japan's JPX-Nikkei 400 index despite several protests. TEPCO's stock price had fallen to unprecedented lows of around 100 yens back in July 2012. After the stocks reinclusion to JPX-Nikkei 400; the electricity producer which Deger Asset Management has been tracking since the disaster in 2011 increased its crisis lows prices by almost 10 times to close to 1000 yens by August 2015. That made the TEPCO stock a 10 bagger in a matter of 2 years.

Dr. Olmez of Deger Asset Management stated: "TEPCO was an important opportunity for value investors. "The company which has solid financials and a long history, was sold heavily due to investor panic after the tsunami disaster. Those who benefitted from this situation scored almost 1000% on their investments in a matter of 2 years." Approximately 70% of TEPCO's assets are made up of non-nuclear assets. The company is the world's 4th, and Japan's largest electricity generation company.

About Deger Wealth Management
Deger Wealth Management is a private "value investment" fund started by Dr. Erkin Olmez in 2013. Deger, primarily invests in the shares of growing North American companies, when their shares are undervalued. Olmez has added over 12% compounded annual returns to his fund in the last two years. In its foundation year, Deger achieved significant returns by investing in the back then recovering industries of banking and housing through companies like Goldman Sachs, Wells Fargo Company, JP Morgan; Pulte Group and DR Horton. Deger does not use debt. As the fund's main goal is value appreciation, it does not distribute dividends.

About Dr. Erkin Olmez
Erkin Olmez was born in 1976. He finished high school at TED Ankara Private College in 1993. He obtainded his BSc. in Industrial Engineering in 1997; and his MSc. in Information Systems in 2000 at the Middle East Technical University (METU). He was accepted to the Ph.D. program at the Volgenau School of Engineering at George Mason University in 2002. He finished his Ph.D. in 2006. Erkin Olmez worked as a faculty member at METU, Atilim University, and George Mason University; and as a management consultant at the US Department of Treasury's IT department.

Dr. Erkin Olmez
Deger Wealth Management
Sehit Mustafa Dogan Sk.
Ege Flora Konutlari A9
06550 Cankaya, Ankara, Turkey

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