Friday, October 21, 2022

#Yen Review $FXY $JPYUSD

Yen Review
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The Yen's overall trend, revealed by trends of price, leverage, and time, are defined and discussed in The Matrix for subscribers.

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The invisible hands assault on the Japanese Yen began 20 months ago. The majority might be watching the game while the financial houses burn down, but this fact doesn't alter the damage unfolding.

Japan and China own roughly $2 trillion in US Treasury holdings. This number was higher only a few years ago. If countries like Japan continue reducing their holdings, long-term interest rates, those not controlled by the Fed, are headed higher. The Fed does not control the long end of the curve. Remember that when the Internet continues to debate a Fed pivot. The most important concept of that debate, the Fed is not all powerful, is never discussed.

Today's review discusses some important trends unfolding behind the scenes in the Japanese Yen.

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