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Data Accurately Predicted USDJPY Bounce - Now What?

Data Accurately Predicted USDJPY Bounce - Now What?

David Rodriguez, Head of Product
Data Accurately Predicted USDJPY Bounce - Now What?

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USDJPY Retail forex crowds turned heavily long the Dollar versus the Yen as it traded into key support, and our focus remains on watching for sentiment extremes for trade opportunities.

Trade Implications – JPY Pairs: Two weeks ago we noted our positioning data showed retail traders at their most net-long USDJPY since it bottomed near ¥98 in October. And indeed, the low volatility environment leaves us watching for similar tests of major support and resistance. A rally into a potentially significant price ceiling at ¥102.25 would be the next important test for the Dollar.

See next currency section:AUDUSD - Australian Dollar at Major Crossroads for Two Reasons

Written by David Rodriguez, Quantitative Strategist for DailyFX.com

Data Accurately Predicted USDJPY Bounce - Now What?

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