Weekly US Dollar / Japanese Yen-USDJPY As of 09/06/17
A white body has formed as prices closed higher than open.
The previous 10 candlestick bars, there are 7 white candles
versus 3 black candles with a net of 4 white candles.
The previous 50 candlestick bars, there are 29 white candles versus 21 black candles with a net of 8 white candles.
A long lower shadow has formed. This is typically a bullish signal (particularly when it occurs near a low price level, at a support level, or when the security is oversold).A on-neck line has formed. This is a bearish pattern where prices should move lower when the white candlestick’s (i.e., the most recent) low is penetrated.A spinning top has formed which is a candle with a small real body. Spinning tops identify a session in which there is little price action as defined by the difference between the open and the close. During a rally or near new highs, a spinning top can be a sign that prices are losing momentum and the bulls may be in trouble.MACD is BEARISH as the MACD is below the signal line.
The MACD crossed below the signal line 16 week(s) ago. Since the MACD crossed the MACD moving average, US Dollar / Japanese Yen’s price has decreased 2.08%, and has been fluctuating from a high of 115.503 to a low of 108.131.
The MACD is currently not in an Overbought/Oversold range.
There have been no divergence signals during the last 5 periods.
No Stochastic Buy or Sell signals generated today. The last signal was a Buy 5 Week(s) Ago.
The RSI is not currently in a topping (above 70) or bottoming (below 30) range. A buy or sell signal generated when the RSI moves out of an overbought/oversold area. The last signal was a Sell 23 week(s) ago.
Currently the RSI does not show any Failure Swings. The RSI and price of US Dollar / Japanese Yen are not diverging.
Currently, the Momentum Oscillator does not show an overbought or oversold condition.
The ADX is currently below both Plus and Minus Directional indicators. This should not use to initiate any trades right now.
The Directional Movement Indicators (DMI) currently is not indicating a specific price direction. Because this is a trend following system, it should not use to initiate any trades right now. The last Directional Movement Indicators (DMI) signal was a SELL 11 week(s) ago.
A SAR Sell signal generated today. If you are long, this might be a good place to exit.
The close is currently
ABOVE its 200 weekly moving average
BELOW its 50 weekly moving average
BELOW its 20 weekly moving average
The current market condition for US Dollar / Japanese Yen is Mildly Bullish
US Dollar / Japanese Yen closed above the lower Bollinger Band by 27.2%. Bollinger Bands are 34.88% narrower than normal. The current width of the Bollinger Bands (alone) does not suggest anything conclusive about the future volatility or movement of prices.