USDJPY Daily Timeframe
The pair USDJPY gives the impression that is trying to break the Kumo. This could be supported by the fact that the Tekan Sen and Kijun Sen seem to be in bullish formation, and the Chikou span above the price. The move could be captured by going down to the 1H timeframe and look for potential developing signals.
USDJPY 1H Timeframe
Based on the Ichimoku system, the price seems to be long and the cloud bullish on the 1H timeframe. In addition to this, the Tekan Sen and Kijun Sen are in bullish formation, and the Chikou span appears above the price. It might be considered important to notice that if the price retraced 50%-68% Fibonacci retracement level, then we could consider to start looking for developing long signals. Nevertheless, if the price moves below the Kumo, then we could consider looking for short signals in accordance with the Ichimoku rules.
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