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DAX (GDAXI)

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11,058.39 -40.96    -0.37%
03/07 - Closed. Currency in EUR ( Disclaimer )
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Market: Germany
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  • Open: 11,099.00
  • Day's Range: 11,005.76 - 11,123.18
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Alexander Savov
Alexander Savov Jul 04, 2015 03:42PM GMT
Thinking about the vote in Greece I am pretty sure that they will vote NO or even if they vote Yes Syriza will not sign anything.This saga is endless so I don`t believe it will end just like that.Even if they sign some agreement it will be such that in 2 months the whole world will be occupied with if Greece is going to make its payments.Why the f*ck should the whole world be interested for the elections in Greece to know the name of the Greek ministers to read about Greece every day for Greece.Kick them out and let`s strart from the bottom,I am ready to pay my price I am so tired of them Greeks.
Alexander Savov
Alexander Savov Jul 04, 2015 03:50PM GMT
I don`t care if in Greece there is a party called Syriza what they want,what salaries they need etc.OUT-immediately.Even if I lose 50% of my money.

Jalal Jalal
Jalal Jalal Jul 03, 2015 11:33PM GMT
Traders will be watching the major European indices, such as Germany’s DAX, with keen interest as the drama unfolds in Greece. From a purely technical point of view, the DAX has failed to entirely ‘fill’ its weekend gap, as it twice ran into strong selling pressure this week around 11290. It is likely that there will be a cluster of stop buy orders sitting some distance above this key level, which may get triggered early next week. If that happens, it could lead to a sharp rally – possibly all the way to last Friday’s close and the resistance trend of the bearish channel around 11530, and potentially beyond. If the DAX goes on to break out of the bearish channel then the June high of 11635 would be the first logical resistance level that would need to be tackled. Once cleared, the path of least resistance would be unambiguously to the upside.

Alexander Savov
Alexander Savov Jul 03, 2015 04:02PM GMT
It turned out that Nikkei is the best performing and most stable main index.Few months ago DAX looked strong,but has lost pace and now trapped in this downtrend channel.While Nikkei has kept its steady pace.Being a DAX investor I take envy on everybody who chose Nikkei,watching it in green almost every day (now 4 in a row),while DAX even after a good rally goes down further in a few days.
Jalal Jalal
Jalal Jalal Jul 03, 2015 05:26PM GMT
Dear Alexander DAX is bearish and will continue downtrend even if you see sporadic spikes from time to time. Strong support lies at 10650. This level should hold and turn the bias to bullish
Alexander Savov
Alexander Savov Jul 03, 2015 06:28PM GMT
Hello,Jalal.I agree with you-DAX seems to be in a very strong downtrend .In fact I follow a site called Financial Forecast Center and it forecasts DAX to remain in the downtrend channel throughout the rest of the year and reach 9600 in November.I still have some trust that this will not be the case because of the cheap euro that should transfer into a good increase of the German companies earnings,we have also the QE effecting in low bonds yields,so I really can`t see why DAX should finish an entire year with QE lower than pre-QE.Of course there are traps like Spain,Greece (hope we finally forget it after Sunday)other EZ members mining the future of the union,also an interest hike in September could take another 5% off DAX,the crisis in China,but really at the moment cannot see a reason the index to finish the year at 9500.I expect it to perform better during November-February and finish at at least 12200.What are your expectations for the end of the year?
Alexander Savov
Alexander Savov Jul 03, 2015 06:33PM GMT
By the way for the last 1 month when I open the site to see how things are going I skip your comments,because you always give bearish forecasts on DAX and you are always right,so I try to not read what your writings in order to keep some faith in this index`s performance. :)
Jalal Jalal
Jalal Jalal Jul 03, 2015 10:41PM GMT
Thanks Alexander. You don't read my posts because you don't want to see the reality. Couple of other colleagues in this forum also don't agree with me but that doesn't change the reality. :) . The reality is that currently DAX is bearish but I don't say that it will remain bearish for ever. I think we will see a strong bounce from 10650. Regarding your question if DAX can reach 12200 by the end of the year, my readings show that DAX can go higher than that level in few weeks. I personally don't see DAX going to 9500 at least in 2015 no matter how sever the problems of Greece, Spain, Italy or some other non contributing European countries were. One thing only can drag DAX that low or even lower is any damage to the economy of Germany. And we don't foresee any major problems with German economy. So wish you profitable trading:)
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