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    Quote Originally Posted by aclmeister View Post
    if nonfarm payrolls go up in US should the USD be expctd to go up as well? in essence, usd/jpy mayb mak a jump may 4th?
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    Yes - with a good NFP the probability is high that we will create a good low in USD/JPY

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    Dear forum,
    long time - no see, but here I am again.
    Those that think about selling the yen - think twice before doing it.
    Yen is going mid-term up, so don't be deceived by short-term weakness.
    I am short CHFJPY (target 86) and CADJPY (target 78.30)
    AUDJPY is also going down, but I am flat due to negative roll

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    What is next for USDJPY

    Hi Alejandro,

    Do you have an updated chart for the USDJPY?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BullORBear View Post
    Hi Alejandro,

    Do you have an updated chart for the USDJPY?
    Hello! Welcome to the forum.

    USD/JPY will probably remain bullish over the next few hours but as long as we trade under 81 the overall trend is bearish and it would not surprise me if we reach to the 79.50 level. What is your outlook?

    Thank you
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    USD/JPY Rebound May Be Short-Lived

    USD/JPY Rebound May Be Short-Lived
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    After Big Drop in EUR/JPY, a Rally to Revisit 106.00 Could Be Next Before Deeper Decl

    After Big Drop in EUR/JPY, a Rally to Revisit 106.00 Could Be Next Before Deeper Decline

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    If you missed the over 1% decline in the EUR/JPY this morning, despair not as you may have another shot to short this pair as it rebounds toward the 106.00. Look for a collapse below 105.00
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    Quote Originally Posted by not_now View Post
    Dear forum,
    long time - no see, but here I am again.
    Those that think about selling the yen - think twice before doing it.
    Yen is going mid-term up, so don't be deceived by short-term weakness.
    I am short CHFJPY (target 86) and CADJPY (target 78.30)
    AUDJPY is also going down, but I am flat due to negative roll
    What would be a good price to go short in CAD/JPY and AUD/JPY

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alejandro Zambrano View Post
    What would be a good price to go short in CAD/JPY and AUD/JPY
    There is interesting situation where almost all JPY crosses manifest some form of head-and-shoulders look. In my experience H&S NEVER work, except now perhaps
    Playing H&S break can be quite tricky because very often the price will break up or down, then go on a stop-loss hunting spree and then (again) return in the "correct" direction.
    There was descending triangle happening with CHFJPY that yielded nice short entry. Even today as it pulled back to the underside of the triangle.
    I must say that I am already short with this pair so I didn't play the triangle
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alejandro Zambrano View Post
    What would be a good price to go short in CAD/JPY and AUD/JPY
    There is tentative consolidation channel on CADJPY whose break would be logical short entry. It is also coincident with the support that defines the H&S



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    CAD/JPY Strong Breakout to the R1 Pivot Looks Like a Great Short Setup

    CAD/JPY Strong Breakout to the R1 Pivot Looks Like a Great Short Setup
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    Short USD/JPY @ 80.31

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davin View Post
    Short USD/JPY @ 80.31
    Looking good Davin! Nice candlestick reversal pattern near R1 Daily Pivot. Good luck to you.
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    Just jump on in and Tell Us Where you are!

    Hey Traders! Let's get this party started with a Lightning Round!

    Just post your open positions with your stops and limits in sentence or two.

    Even if you are "Flat" or "no position " or waiting for a specific price level to be triggered.

    Don't worry about a chart or a detailed explanation!

    Don't be Shy!

    I'll start: Short CAD/JPY@ 81.62 stop 81.75 Limit 81.41
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    usd/jpy short @ market when we move below the intersection of this 2 triangles, ie, when we break the trendline


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gnarly View Post
    usd/jpy short @ market when we move below the intersection of this 2 triangles, ie, when we break the trendline


    Looking at a similar setup I but prefer to short EUR/JPY -> if we get bad NFP the Yen should get a good boost.

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