Yoshinobu Sakai, MFTA
Manager of Exchange Funds Section, International Business Division | Gifu Shinkin Bank
Yoshinobu is Manager of Exchange Funds Section, International Business Division at the Gifu Shinkin Bank. After working as an FX dealer for seven years, Yoshinobu currently manages the Bank’s foreign currency assets and liabilities. He also provides training for sales representatives, develops accounting policies and procedures, manages operating systems, and provides analysis of financial markets. In 2013 Yoshinobu achieved MFTA (Master of Financial Technical Analysis) and was awarded by IFTA with the John Brooks Memorial Award.
Presentation Topic : “X-jiku” Analysis ~Analysis using Ichimoku’s "Timespan Principle" and Cycle Analysis”
“X-jiku” is a Japanese word meaning “the horizontal axis of the chart”. The horizontal axis of the chart is the time axis. “X-jiku” Analysis is a method focusing on the passage of time, and is composed Ichimoku’s “Timespan Principle” and Cycle Analysis. In other words, it can be said that “X-jiku” Analysis is a technical analysis to forecast when the trend reversal occurs. It is almost impossible to know what would happen in the future. But by using “X-jiku” Analysis, we may at least be prepared for a possible market price action in the future. In addition, I would like to introduce “views from eyes of a bird, an insect and a fish” which are indispensable in talking about “X-jiku” Analysis.