You can agree or disagree with their conclusions..., but for me, this is a brilliant piece of analysis... Bravo for HSBC!
Tags: HSBC, USD/JPY, USDJPY, USDJPY Decision Tree
yes, very brilliant.
Hi Francesc - I think its an excellent example of the HSBC sending out an "hidden message". They are trying to make us believe the Forex market is "logical" and that as professionals they use all the available management tools to try and explain why they make prudent decisions on what should happen according to the various outcomes.
Meanwhile the proper flow chart ( I need Keith to show this one) is entitled - how much profit can we make if we do the opposite to everything we have said on this decision tree ??- because as we know - "Profit Rules - long live money" ;-))
PS - you mentioned the other day about your payments are via the dollar - you should get paid half in swiss francs and make sure you keep the Swiss Bank account off the records lol ;-))
Is enough, do not agree with you ...
If an analysis is presented on a normal boring way, or brilliantly visual presented.
As HSBC its analysis, the reader gets the analysis presented in a visual way that makes it easier to understand what the analyst is trying to tell ..
But that does not mean that the analysis is better or worse than the analysis in general ...!
It isnt like just the US and Japan are printing in a vacum. By the time the flowchart progresses to the end, a lot of other central banks could be printing like crazy.
The resulting effects of all the many factors impossible to predict or time, make such a flowchart about as much of a moneymaker as a magic 8ball.
Nice work nonetheless, at least it highlights most of the big fundie drivers coming up.
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