- Bear signal in U.S. dollar trading against the Japanese yen.
|pps||pps open||upper pivot||lower pivot|
|EUR/USD US$1.3033||US$1.2878 jul26||US$1.2510||US$1.1602|
|GBP/USD US$1.5670||US$1.5258 jul23||US$1.5266||US$1.4021|
|EUR/JPY ¥112.97||¥112.87 jul27||¥112.46||¥103.05|
|USD/CAD C$1.0307||C$1.0488 jul22||C$1.1024||C$1.0291|
|USD/MXN Mex$12.63768||Mex$12.8693 jul22||Mex$13.4288||Mex$12.6637|
The USD/JPY signal appeared and disappeared repeatedly on Thursday, before ending the day in a state of non-existence.
News reports attribute the dollar's decline to Friday morning's report of slowing GDP growth, but if that's the case, the trader's were acting on negative expectations days before the report was released.
The pair has declined three days running, and of course the initial intermittent bear phase came the day before the report.
The analysis uses the daily Person's Proprietary Signal, developed by John Person, and the monthly Person's Pivot, which he also developed.
These are black box signals -- the "proprietary" means that Mr. Person knows how they work under the hood, and I don't. But they have shown a fair degree of success in identifying good entry and exit points, and I find them useful.
On the glance, "pps open" means the price at the start of trading in the United States on the day the signal appeared.
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