A closer look revealed that the Momentum Oscillator displayed positive divergence between point a and b compared to the price at 123.374 and 122.489. This could have alerted technical traders to a possible technical reversal.
After the bottom at 122.489, the market broke through the 15 and 34 Simple Moving Averages with the Momentum Oscillator breaking the zero baseline, both further strengthening the possible change in direction.
Sellers then dragged the market lower but a higher bottom formed at 122.534 on the 13th of May. Soon after demand again overcome supply and a possible critical formed when a top was recorded at 123.406 on the 14th of May. Currently the bears are applying selling pressure again and it seems that might be some indecision in the market.
If the bulls manage to overpower the bears and the EUR/JPY breaks through the critical at 123.406, three possible price targets may be projected from there. Attaching the Fibonacci tool to the top of the possible reversal at 123.406 and dragging it to the bottom of the last pullback at 122.534, the following targets may be calculated. The first target can be anticipated at 123.945 (161 %). The second price target can be predicted at 124.817 (261.8%) and the third and final target may be expected at 126.228 (423.6%).
If the bottom at 122.534 is broken, the possible scenario is invalidated and will need to be re-evaluated.
As long as buyers maintain a positive sentiment and demand overcomes supply, the outlook for the EUR/JPY currency pair on the H4 time-frame will remain .
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