USD/JPY is looking for a way

USD/JPY is looking for a way

2019-11-11 • Updated

Trade ideas

BUY 108.05; TP 108.40; SL 107.90

SELL 107.30; TP 107.00; SL 107.45

As we had foreseen earlier this week, USD/JPY traveled lower, to the 107.00 area. Then, however, it managed to rebound from the 50-day MA and return above 107.50. The pair still looks very tradable. We acknowledge efforts of buyers, but we see a resistance: 100-day MA at 107.82. On the H4, you may notice a higher high. If USD/JPY stays above 107.50 and breaks above 108.00, we’ll get an “inverted Head and Shoulders” pattern and target 108.40. On the other hand, a decline below 107.50/30, will shift the focus back down to 107.00/106.80.  

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