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Jamie Coleman


  1. Hi Jamie,

    When do think we will see JPY being sold? 1-2 weeks from now??

  2. Jamie, can you explain one thing to me?
    Are those logo colors mean something like: background color – wholetrend, zig-zag narrow – particular trend?

  3. Japan is a net exporter of capital…the need for capital domestically is soaring…I do not expect a rally in USD/JPY any time soon…Money will be repatriated from overseas for the foreseeable future…

  4. 2011 “black swan” event #1 = the horrific destruction of Tohoku. 2011 “black swan” event #2 = as China is Japan’s largest supplier and many of Japan’s key supply chains have just been wiped out, China’s economy is now in for a very big (calendar 2011, second quarter) hit – with the AUD already signaling this by finalizing its “top out” (e. g., a little over an hour ago, AUD/JPY 80.00 got hit for the first time and it looks like that attack is going to be sustained during “today’s North American session”, hereby confirming an AUD/JPY, daily chart, “head-and-shoulders” formation, spanning the last 120 days).


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