Important NFP data coming out tomorrow. Expectation favors softer employment data.
In the long-term, USDollar index remains . However, the interim calls for unwinding.
Looking at the $USDJPY , model defines a high-target at 120.996 - This nominal target represents a low-probability reach, but high-probability reversal (i.e.: not likely attained, but if so, a significant decline should ensue).
The following chart is looking at a dual view:
1 - Top is $USDJPY
2 - Bottom is $USDJPY tempered by $ES.
The filtered charted below reveals tendencies, such as sustained, but weakened rally within a . The second point is a double-top formation, suggesting that $USDJPY's rally weakened against its SP500 . The two would tend to maintain a positive correlation. However, if the USDollar force strengthened against the implied market strength, I would expect that this weakness would pervade across other USD crosses.
For instance, we have recently looked at:
1 - The possible topping in $USDRUB:
2 - The potential near-reversal in $XAUUSD:
3 - A technical recovery in $GBPUSD:
4 - A long-awaited Flat completion in $USDCAD:
5 - A near-complete target-hit in $USDCHF at TG-Hi:
6 - A pending 5th wave completion in $EURUSD:
7 - And a similar $AUDUSD geometric completion in $AUDUSD:
In other words, all of these charts are implying a pending reversal on the back of a weakening $USD, at least in the most immediate, smaller timeframes.
Most recently, the $ES analysis also pointed to a potential top, stomped at a 1.618-Fibonacci following a quasi-mechanical ascent, possibly connected to a multi-central bank purchase coordination, according to ZeroHedge.com.
Directional bias rests on Neutral until clear sign of reversal emerge.
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There is no doubt that USDJPY will keep on going up and up if it is true that central banks (with an S) have coordinated stock purchases across the board - Per Zerohedge.com article:
In any case, this makes any analysis a bit hard to come up with "normal ranges', which is why so many of my recent targets had to be defined by TG-x (extreme targets), which is a parameter I never had to use before this summer or so.