The BOJ's inaction this week and the strong yen have confused the markets. 
This trade looks good ahead of this week's Bank of Japan meeting.
Japan doesn't like the way the yen has turned. 
A look at dollar futures, plus what to do about gold miners. 
Perhaps the one-size-fits-all approach to market analysis stated loudly by doctrinaire market technicians should be revisited.
Japanese stocks likely to respond positively.
This is what happens when an aggressive monetary policy response is not in play.
The currency's huge move finally may have hit a wall, and the reason is the Japanese government has decided to lift spending.
The euro is on course to follow European equities lower. 
Stock, futures, and options traders can all benefit from Bank of Japan intervention.

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