Like every other economy in the world, the Japanese economy is slowing down. But the Japan has one competitive advantage over most countries. Japan is a very large exporter. Now you might say China is a large exporter as well. But Japan has been one for many decades and as a result, has become the largest net creditor to the world. So during times of uncertain, capital flows out of other currencies and into the Japanese yen, causing it to strengthen. This is way the Yen is considered a safe haven currency.
With continued rife between the US and China, an inverted yield curve in the US, negative German bond rates, the Brexit deadline fast approaching, I remain super bullish on the Japanese Yen. Lets go to the charts to see where the Yen might be headed next.
Monthly Chart (Curve Timeframe) – monthly supply is at 0.0103 and monthly demand at 0.00805.
Weekly Chart (Trend Timeframe) – the trend is sideways with upside momentum.
Daily Chart (Entry) – the chart suggests to go long if and once price breaches the the daily supply at 0.00953.
This post is my personal opinion. I’m not a financial advisor, this isn’t financial advise. Do your own research before making investment decisions.