December Review - “Japan has popped up on our Astro radar for December. We will use the Nikkei 225 Stock Index and the March Japanese Yen to monitor the results. The Nikkei is in a strong up trend and the Yen is in a down trend.

Key Dates – 12/16, 12/18-19, 12/26”
Results –

Yen – 12/16 was close in price and one day past a short term low. 12/18 was close in price and one day ahead ofa short term low. 12/19 was a good short term low. 12/26 was very close in price and one day past a short term high.

Score – 4 out of 4 good dates = 100%.

Nikkei – 12/16 was not effective. 12/18 was the exact high of the month. 12/19 was very close in price and one day
past the high of the month. Score – 3 out of 4 good dates = 75%.

Total Score = 7 out of 8 good dates = 87.50%.

January Update – We have some strong energy points for Japan this month. Both Japan and the Yen made itonto the Astro radar this month, so something big may be brewing. The Yen looks like it is basing for a low. The Nikkei has pulled back from tis recent highs.

Japan Key Dates – 1/6, 128, 1/10-13
Yen Key Dates – 1/13, 1/16, 1/24, 1/27



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