The Yen on the Daily Chart has been in an uptrend since 6 January 2021 when it registered the low price at 102.583, followed by a series of higher tops and higher bottoms.
On 17 February 2021, the Yen recorded the high price of 106.215.
Moving Averages and RSI
When applying Oscillator Analysis to the price chart, one can see that price is trading above the SMA 60 period Moving Average line, a fact which confirms its upward direction.
Furthermore, the Moving Average/Convergence Divergence (MACD) Oscillator is recording values above the zero line which hints to the bullish bias of the financial instrument. Additionally, the Relative Strength Index (RSI) Oscillator registers values above the fifty line which indicates positive sentiment.
All three technical indicators are in agreement with regards to the upward bias of Yen.
Three price targets may be calculated upon applying the Fibonacci tool to the price chart.
- The first price target is estimated at 106.598 (161.8%).
- The second price target is seen at 107.956 (261.8%).
- The third price target is projected at 110.153 (423.6%).
The Yen is currently trading above the uptrend line, and at time of writing, it is trading at 0.94 % higher than the last week’s close, after a sharp rise in price during a period of heavy buying. Of course, supply and demand as well as the crowd sentiment will determine the future course of the Yen.
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