FTSE Intraday

Price by email £57 per month, click here to subscribe

 

Price by SMS £69 per month, click here to subscribe

 

Receive our intraday trading signals on FTSE 100, "The service is excellent, good analysis and clear instructions to trade" says one of our members.

This service is best suited to those who want to create quick profits and have the time to trade during the day. Positions are held for a few hours. No analysis, no chart, just Buy and Sell signals, price targets, stop losses and confidence levels.

 

Trade The FTSE 100 With The Odds In Your Favour.

 

You will receive:

 

1. Intraday trading signals on the FTSE 100. Each alert states buy or sell, target, stop loss and confidence level

2. Access to Thierry's private blog (see Better Trader Premium)

3. Daily trend reports on FTSE 100, S&P 500 and EUR/USD(optional)

4. Binary betting forecast: we tell you if the FTSE 100 will close up or down at 16:30

5. Thierry's options trades on the FTSE 100 are posted on the blog

 

e-Yield intraday forecast is based on the unfolding Elliott wave pattern during the trading day together with e-Yield's proprietary indicators namely the BTI and the Top 20 Differential.

 

A scoring system calculates the probability of a move occurring, when the probability of success is high an email alert is sent out. Here is a recent example:

 

"We sell at 5970, target 5900, stop loss 6010. Confidence level 70%"

 

It's as simple as that!

 

When the time to take profits comes you'll receive another alert.

If the probability of a move occurring is not high enough we won't trade but we will still send out an alert to give you our view.

 

Our alerts are sent out between 8am and 7pm.

Prices quoted are “rolling spread” or "rolling cash" as quoted by the spread betting companies.

The levels where we buy or sell are limit orders.

With intraday trading we trade the FTSE 100 cash, sometime called UK 100 cash. We do not recommend to trade the future contract (FTSE 100 March, June, September or December) because the spread is wider than the rolling cash.

 

Example of intraday alert:

 

“We buy at 6950, target 7020, stop loss 6910, confidence 70%”

 

Target: the level where we will close the trade and take profits.

Stop loss: the level where we will cut our losses if we are wrong.

Confidence: how confident we are in predicting the move. 60% is low confidence, 70% is high confidence.

 

Swing trades

 

We trade intraday for most of the time but from time to time we may keep the trade open for a day or two. This happens when we see a big move coming and we are already positioned for it. In this case we will send an alert to say the target has changed.

With intraday trading we trade the FTSE 100 cash or rolling cash also called UK 100 cash (CMC), UK 100 DFT (City Index) or FTSE 100 DFB (IG Index). All the levels stated in an intraday alert refer to the FTSE 100 cash.


Disclaimer

e-Yield and the author of the research do not make any personal recommendations. The information is provided solely to enable investors to make their own investment decisions and does not constitute a recommendation to buy, sell or otherwise deal in investments. If you have any doubts, you should seek advice from an independent financial adviser.

Financial trading and spread betting carry a high level of risk to your capital, and are not suitable for all investors. Only speculate with money you can afford to lose. Please ensure you fully understand the risks, and seek independent advice if necessary.

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