The price action and chart pattern after 105.55 have been supportive of my wave count. This is especially so last Friday, when USDJPY only dip to 106.40 after a weaker than expected US nonfarm payrolls number, and promptly closed at 107.10. Now it has even broken above the short term resistance/neckline of 107.50. So from 105.55, wave count waves<1><2><3><4><5> up. Wave<3> consists of waves-I-ii-iii-iv-v. If my count is correct, USDJPY is on wave-iii of wave<3> now, targeting 110.80-111.00 within these few days. A break below 106.40 negates my call and I'll have to re-count.
Interesting, there was an article yesterday which talked about the "Soros Chart" on JPY, which Soros used to predict the huge rally in USDJPY in the 1990s. An expanding monetary base in Japan is enough to vastly weaken the JPY.