- rally at risk ahead of key U.S. data
- Focus remains higher while above the weekly / monthly open
- Updated targets & invalidation levels
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Heading into tomorrow’s U.S. ADP employment & ISM data, we’ll be looking to fade weakness into structural support (initial support seen at the highlighted median-line confluence ) with a breach higher targeting the median-line confluence at backed by the key 61.8% retracement at . A break back below the monthly / weekly open at would be needed to put the short-bias back in play. Keep in mind we still have the highly anticipated Non-Farm Payrolls release on Friday. For the complete setup and to continue tracking this trade & more throughout the week- Subscribe to .
- A summary of the shows traders are net longUSDJPY– the ratio stands at +1.86 (65% of traders are long)
- Yesterday the ratio was 3.35; 77% of open positions were long. Long positions are 14.6% lower than yesterday and 38.7% below levels seen last week.
- Short positions are 54.0% higher than yesterday and 84.4% above levels seen last week.
- Open interest is 1.2% higher than yesterday and 2.9% below its monthly average.
- SSI is coming off extremes not seen since October 2012 (which was the onset of the rally into the 2016n highs) with the pullback in sentiment now at its lowest levels since early September.
- The current dynamic suggests that a broader shift in sentiment may be underway leaving the broader short-bias vulnerable heading into the start of October trade.
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