e-Yield is a research website focusing on investment opportunities 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 continue to cover the same markets plus we added UK property, listed and unlisted 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. It is published monthly.
– US and UK companies that will benefit from global trends in various sectors such as technology, healthcare, sustainability, agriculture, mining and transport.
Head of research Thierry Laduguie says: “investment success does not happen overnight, to succeed you need to catch trends early and you need to be patient. Some ideas can be good but they may not materialise in the short term. On the other hand trying to time an investment can lead to missing a good opportunity. The best investment returns occur over the long term, the key is to identify markets or companies with potential, invest and sit tight. I constantly monitor the economy and the markets, I look at macro trends and Elliott wave analysis to make decisions. Our members are private investors who understand what it takes to succeed. They do not expect quick profits, they have a long term view and they use our research to make their own investment decisions”
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.
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