e-Yield is a research website focusing on investment analysis in a wide range of markets.  We have been providing our members with trading research and analysis since 2006. Our daily short term FTSE 100 and S&P 500 forecasts have been published since 2008. In 2019 we expanded our range of markets to DAX, gold, copper, US Dollar and EUR/USD. Since 2022 our focus is on medium/long term investing, we cover stock indexes, gold, copper, US dollar, GBP/USD, US and UK listed companies.


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As a member of our community, you receive :

– Daily short term and long term forecasts on FTSE 100 and S&P 500

– Our global markets forecast which is a medium/long term forecast of US Dollar, GBP/USD, Gold, Copper  

– Analysis of US and UK companies that will benefit from global trends in various sectors.

– Hedging ideas: How to protect your portfolio with ETFs. The ETF aims to deliver the opposite performance of the FTSE 100 / S&P 500

– Portfolio boost: some stocks can rebound strongly when they become oversold.  A portfolio boost is a short term trade on a stock that is oversold. 

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Head of research Thierry Laduguie emphasises that achieving investment success is a gradual process, requiring the ability to identify emerging trends early on and exercising patience. While some promising ideas may not materialise immediately, attempting to time investments in the short term can result in missing valuable opportunities. Thierry underscores that the most lucrative investment returns are realised over the long term. The key lies in recognising markets or companies with significant potential, making the investment, and maintaining a steadfast approach. He remains actively engaged in monitoring the economy and markets, employing macro trends and Elliott wave analysis for decision-making. The members of our community consist of retail investors who adopt a long-term perspective, leveraging our research to inform their independent investment choices.

About Thierry Laduguie

Thierry Laduguie is a qualified investment manager and technical analyst, his unique style of analysis is based on Elliott wave theory. He was finalist for Best Specialist Research at the Technical Analyst Awards in 2010 and 2011.  He started in 2002 with One Way Bet where he was responsible for the UK Stocks research and FTSE Intra-day services, then with Fleet Street Publications where he was the editor of Spread Trader, a tip sheet for retail investors. He has worked with leading hedge funds as an advisor and has written many articles for publications including Money Week and various research websites. 

Contact thierry@e-yield.com

Sentiment indicator

In the long term the stock market is driven by the economy but in the short term the stock market is driven by sentiment.  The BTI is our proprietary short term indicator of market direction.  Thierry discussed this indicator at the UK Investor show in 2015. 

The BTI gave a sell signal in February 2015, a few months later the stock market started a major correction, the decline ended in 2016. Watch the video

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Things I am looking for when I select a company

Undervalued stocks:

Price-to-Earnings (P/E) ratio: stocks with low P/E ratios, ideally near or below 10. This suggests the market may be underestimating the company’s earnings potential.

Companies with good cash flows:

Companies with good cash flows tend to be reliable dividend payers:

Excess cash available: Strong cash flow indicates a company generates more money than it needs to operate and reinvest in the business. This excess cash can be distributed to shareholders in the form of dividends.
Financial stability: Good cash flow signifies financial stability and resilience. These companies are less likely to face financial stress that could force them to cut or suspend dividends, even during economic downturns.
Long-term focus: Companies with healthy cash flows often prioritize sustainable growth and shareholder value creation. This aligns with a consistent dividend policy, building trust and attracting dividend-seeking investors.

Companies with strong fundamentals:

Sustainable competitive advantage: I look for companies with a strong product/service, something that protects them from competition and ensures long-term profitability.

Solid financials: I analyze the company’s balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow statement to assess its financial health, debt levels, and profitability.

Contrarian approach:

I don’t follow the crowd: Value investors often go against the market sentiment and invest in stocks that are out of favour or ignored by most investors.
Be patient: Value investing is a long-term strategy. Don’t expect quick profits. Be prepared to hold onto your investments for years until the market catches up to the true value of the company.

Additional factors to consider:

Market sentiment: A bear market or sector-specific downturn can present opportunities for finding undervalued stocks. I am looking for stocks with strong relative strength, which means stocks that outperform the general market during a market decline. 

Elliott wave analysis: Stock markets move in cycles, Elliott wave analysis enables me to assess the position of the stock market.  If the stock market is near a low I will add stocks to my portfolio.  If the market is near a high I will reduce my exposure and/or buy an inverse index ETF to protect my portfolio.

Catalysts: I look for upcoming events or changes that could potentially unlock the value of the company and send the stock price soaring. For example companies whose profits are highly linked to a specific commodity’s price, like mining companies and gold, stand to see significant profit surges when that commodity’s price soars. 

Downturns: In periods of high valuations/ extreme optimism or when Elliott wave analysis suggests a downturn, I protect my portfolio with an inverse stock index ETF.  If the stock market declines the ETF goes up, the decline in the value of the portfolio is offset by a gain on the ETF position.  

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