Thierry Laduguie

A member of the Society of Technical Analysts, Thierry was Best Specialist Research finalist at the Technical Analyst Awards 2010/2011. His unique style of analysis has produced some exceptional results for private traders.

The Death of Gold is a Buy Signal

14 Dec 2017 @ 14:55
Gold has been depressed and has underperformed other assets since 2011 when the yellow metal parabolic rise ended. There are many reasons why gold is depressed. The media cites three main reasons; rising stock markets, dollar strength and the distraction from bitcoin. To say that gold is weak because the stock market is rising has […]

FTSE 100 is Leading The Way

06 Dec 2017 @ 12:39
My sentiment indicator (BTI), has been accurate at forecasting the stock market decline. Sentiment turned bearish at the end of October, the FTSE 100 has been in a downtrend ever since. But sentiment is not a timing indicator, it lags the trend so when the index finds a bottom and turns up, sentiment will still […]

Time to Get Out of Bitcoin

23 Nov 2017 @ 13:27
Many banks and financial organisations have already said they will not touch bitcoin. If you are a private investor I would say the same thing applies. I understand why so many people are trading bitcoin, it is hard to find an alternative investment where you can double or triple your money in the next few […]

FTSE 100: First Wave Down is Complete

16 Nov 2017 @ 11:55
Sentiment as indicated by my sentiment indicator (BTI) turned bearish a week before the FTSE 100 peaked at 7582.9. We have a good example of bearish sentiment at work here. I remember when I was calling for a decline at the start of November, despite the strength of the market and despite the fact that […]

FTSE 100 In a Critical Resistance Area

31 Oct 2017 @ 12:16
After the rally in the first half of October, there is a risk the FTSE 100 will turn down to resume its decline. The October high at 7565.1 remains intact, this level is close to the all time high at 7599. There is strong resistance in the area 7565-7599. Based on the Elliott wave pattern […]

FTSE 100 Sideways Trend is Coming to an End

14 Sep 2017 @ 14:25
The stock market rally is running out of steam, the FTSE 100 is breaking down and the S&P 500 is at key resistance. The FTSE 100 has been trading sideways for months, today it looked as if it was going to re-test the upper range above 7400. The index was near 7400 until midday when the […]

Bearish Divergence Between FTSE 100 and S&P 500 is Ominous

27 Jul 2017 @ 13:17
Stock markets in the US are making new all-time highs but in Europe it’s a different story. The Dax is way below its all-time high following a surge in EUR/USD and in the UK the FTSE 100 trend has turned down. The FTSE 100 peaked at 7599 on 2nd June. The UK index has underperformed […]

Bearish Divergence Between US and UK Stock Markets

16 Jun 2017 @ 10:14
Two weeks ago I produced a chart of FTSE 100 with a yellow rectangle in the area 7550-7650, I called this area “Top area”. The reason I was expecting a top was twofold; the trend reversal indicator (34-day BTI) was overbought and the Elliott wave pattern was in five waves. Bull markets end in five […]

FTSE 100 Near Important Resistance

01 Jun 2017 @ 14:00
Yesterday the rally extended to new highs, then we saw a sudden and sharp reversal, the FTSE 100 lost nearly 1% in the afternoon. During the morning session we had the opposite scenario, the FTSE was very strong, even the declining oil price failed to stop the rally. And when the pound started to rally […]

Non-confirmation Between FTSE 100 and S&P 500, Upside is Limited

03 May 2017 @ 09:27
Yesterday was a very quiet day with the FTSE 100 trading in a 30 pts range, the S&P was not moving either. I read that the standard deviation of the S&P 500 from January to April is at its lowest in 20 years. Standard deviation is a measure of volatility, when the index moves sideways […]
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