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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    ceased out at rest even
    The bias is still down, I'd stick to the demographics indexes to see what the direction will be. They tend to correlate into the EUR/JPY

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    The prejudice is still down, I would stick to the demographics indexes to see what the direction will be. They tend to connect to the EUR/JPY
    I follow my machine,yen should weaken

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    I follow my system,yen should weaken
    Im talking about today.

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Im speaking about now.
    So far we have failed too create a lower low lower than the prior low potential exhauastion

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  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Im speaking about today.
    When we get down to 161.00 perhaps we will see a lower low could get interesting

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  9. #19
    I concur 59frnder (btw, hope that refers to the guitar, and not some random car part My tendency is farther down (as hedge funds etc.) continue fixing up to cover losses elsewhere)- the actual evaluation should occur around 160.60 - The week itself could be a little odd, as it is one of the three enormous vaion weeks in Japan. That may have had it's biggest impact a week (helping push the sell-off), in addition to the fact we are getting close to the next BoJ meeting (Aug 23?) , and the ending of the Japanese financial semester (end of September). To say nothing of European currency woes...

  10. #20
    Like I was saying that the bias is down, encourage at 160.85 was busted so I'm looking at 160/159ish again in the London session. Until the Japanese find religion and begin buying.

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