About Fuller Treacy Money
Empowerment Through Knowledge
Fuller Treacy Money is one of the world’s most highly regarded research services covering global strategy and investment trends.
Produced by Global Strategists David Fuller and Eoin Treacy, Fuller Treacy Money analyses the major markets – stocks, bonds, currencies and commodities – from both a technical, behavioural and fundamental economic perspective.
Their technical approach to market timing is both behavioural and factual, with emphasis on market sentiment and price dynamics. David and Eoin’s views are often contrarian and include market interrelationships. Their macroeconomic overview is based on a study of market history, liquidity cycles, fiscal policy and psychology.
“Financial markets are manmade resources for us to harvest when the timing is right”
According to David Fuller. Therefore Fuller Treacy Money’s favourite markets at any given time are those that the strategists believe offer the best prospects. Consequently, views are original, practical, concise, frequently controversial and based on many years of experience as independent analysts and investor/traders.
Since 1970 the Fuller Treacy Money service has evolved from a hardcopy investment letter into a comprehensive and unique online service for internationally oriented institutional and private investors. The main features are:
Subscriber’s Audio – David Fuller or Eoin Treacy record an Audio every weekday. These include a review of market action on the day, in terms of trend action, opportunities and risks. With a diverse, international subscriber base, they do not issue recommendations (who would they be appropriate for?) or discuss so-called model portfolios. Instead, they offer something far more relevant by telling you exactly what they think, and why. Crucially, they also tell you exactly what they are doing with their own investments and trades, including tactics. These range from self-administered pension funds to leveraged futures trades. The Subscriber’s Audio also reviews topical and important charts in the monitoring of trends and assessment of potential and also risk.
Comment of the Day – David Fuller and Eoin Treacy write extensively on markets, focussing on topical and timely issues, addressing the crucial questions that everyone is asking. The strategists will often share their views on leading articles in the financial press or institutional research reports as well as highlighting how market action is affecting the service’s primary investment themes on a daily basis.
Fuller Treacy Money’s theme is Empowerment Through Knowledge. The strategists empower subscribers through their experience as career analysts and investor/traders. Similarly many subscribers help to empower David and Eoin through their own experience and insights, and the many commentaries forwarded to them. This collective wisdom is pooled, where permissable, in Comment of the Day and the Subscriber’s Area. This gives a voice to the community of users who are further empowered through the opportunity to learn, not only from research, but also from each other, thus creating an ever increasing pool of shared experience and knowledge.
Outside Research – David Fuller and Eoin Treacy receive some excellent research reports produced by very experienced analysts, and subscribers send them many more. Some of these are posted in the public area’s Comment of the Day, and many more are found in the Subscriber’s Area.
The Chart Library , which will always be a work in progress as we strive to improve the service we provide subscribers, has more than 12,000 instruments. Charts are customisable with a wide range of ratios and studies available. One of the chief benefits is the breadth of options available. With every country index in the world, more than 200 currency pairs, bond yields for major and emerging markets, all liquid commodities and some which are not so liquid can be found. This is not to mention the more than 9,000 equities from a host of countries which are also available. The Chart Library should have something for everyone.