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Nov 27 2017 at 11:51
823 posts
USD/JPY had briefly rebounded from 111.06 but it appears that the pair is about to test that level once again. I think it will soon break out below it and keep depreciating.

Klement Horacek (Klem)
Nov 27 2017 at 15:48
20 posts
Bear trend. I anticipate the continuation of the trend and testing level 111.12, but still I believe that the trend will not be broken and the downward movement will continue to at least 110.00

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Nov 27 2017 at 19:31
774 posts
The USDJPY completes a breakout and pullback pattern on the daily chart around the 200 day EMA on the 111.74 level. Right now the pair drops to the 111.00 zone, which could act as support. A breakdown below the 111.00 level could clear the road for the USDJPY to drop to the 109.54 level.

Loic Hellard (challenger)
Nov 28 2017 at 15:51
129 posts
Weekly Candle shows that there is no any supp till 109.52

Nov 28 2017 at 17:47
708 posts
The dollar lost positions against the yen on Monday. The US currency broke the positive momentum from the end of last week. However, short-term expectations remain for its benefit. The session started at a price of 111.47, the trend was bearish all the time. The pair hit the bottom at 110.83, breaking the first support at 110.94. The finish line was cut at 110.08.

Nov 28 2017 at 17:48
708 posts
Support: 110.94; 110.76;
Resistance: 111.87; 112.08;

Nov 29 2017 at 12:15
421 posts
The dollar advanced against the yen on Tuesday. The US currency justified the positive expectations and so the pair approached the resistance at 111.87. If the bullish sentiment continues in the future, it will be pierced. The session started at 111.08 and the trend was volatile. Peak for the day was reached at 111.63, and the final line was truncated 17 pips down.

Elvijs (Murkinzzzzs)
Nov 30 2017 at 08:06
11 posts
How far up it could still go?

Ari Goldman (arigoldman)
Nov 30 2017 at 19:29
907 posts
The pair made a move to the upside today, despite depreciation of the US dollar.

Dec 03 2017 at 07:51
12 posts
The move to the upside shows extreme weakness...the next test of the bullish trendline on the H1 chart will be its 4th. All the higher charts point toward an exhaustion of the bullish momentum

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