GBPJPY Forecast Poll 2017: Bullish bias on a very spread out Dragon dot plot

GBPJPY Forecast Dot Plot Chart


GBPJPY Forecast 2017

Analyst 3 Months 6 Months 1 Year
Brad Gilbert 148,00 142,00 135,00
David Cheetham 144,00 143,40 141,45
Elliott Wave Forecast 159,00 140,00 180,00
Growth Aces 147,32 148,35 151,20
Haresh Menghani _ _ _
James Chen 145,00 148,00 150,00
JFD Brokers _ _ _
Juan José del Valle _ _ _
Lukman Otunuga 140,00 135,00 130,00
Mark de la Paz 151,00 163,85 169,20
Markus Gabel 148,46 160,00 196,00
Nenad Kerkez _ _ _
Przemyslaw Kwiecien 146,97 145,20 147,96
Scott Barkley _ _ _
Thomas Light 146,00 150,00 152,00
Valeria Bednarik 132,00 120,00 110,00
Yohay Elam _ _ _
Medium Forecast 146,1591 145,0727 151,1645
Median Forecast 146,9700 145,2000 150,0000
Std-Deviation 6,3493 11,2294 22,7185
R-Coefficient 0,0432 0,0773 0,1515
Bullish 6 5 7
Sideways 3 2 0
Bearish 2 4 4

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Mark de la Paz: "The worst effect of Brexit is behind us. While policy makers see the need to remain flexible expectations of catastrophe are over while in Japan pressure is again mounting over the need for more stimulus"

GBPJPY Bull Lines

Markus Gabel: "Found a bottom and should rise further"

Przemyslaw Kwiecien: "Simply a byproduct of our GU/UJ forecasts"

Thomas Light: "Yen selling pressure continues whilst Brexit GBP fears soften slightly as the hard/soft debate abates"

GBPJPY Bear Lines

David Cheetham: "Product of GBPUSD and USDJPY forecasts"

Lukman Otunuga: "The Brexit uncertainty may grip the GBPJPY this year with bears utilising the technical bounce to install repeated rounds of selling. A breakdown below the 140.00 should open a path lower towards 135.00 and 130.00 respectively"

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