After Monday's wipeout, I'm no longer bearish on the yen.
Given continued weakness against the dollar, I am still stressing caution in stocks here.
Many time I’ve seen a level broken, only for it to come back into play.
This could be worrisome for stock investors who fear euro-dominated action.
Don't ignore this massive support level.
Should the world let Japan do what it needs to do?
Short-term speculative selling by funds can only drive the yen down so far.
This Japan ETF has slid, but the ongoing yen devaluation should put it back on the uptrend soon enough.
I’m not going to panic and bail out here, although I’ll admit that was my first impulse.
Does the decline warn of a risk-off ahead?