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Germany stocks lower at close of trade
Germany stocks lower at close of trade
By Investing.com - Jan 27, 2015

Investing.com – Germany stocks were lower after the close on Tuesday, as losses in the Industrial, Construction and Technology sectors led shares lower. At the close in Frankfurt, the DAX fell 1.57%,...

Germany stocks higher at close of trade
Germany stocks higher at close of trade
By Investing.com - Jan 26, 2015

Investing.com – Germany stocks were higher after the close on Monday, as gains in the Construction, Transportation & Logistics and Technology sectors led shares higher. At the close in Frankfurt, the...

European stocks slide lower after Syriza win; Dax dips 0.01%
European stocks slide lower after Syriza win; Dax dips 0.01%
By Investing.com - Jan 26, 2015

Investing.com - European stocks were lower on Monday, as market sentiment weakened after anti-austerity Syriza party won Greek national elections on Sunday and as innvestors eyed the release of German...

Germany stocks higher at close of trade
Germany stocks higher at close of trade
By Investing.com - Jan 23, 2015

Investing.com – Germany stocks were higher after the close on Friday, as gains in the Chemicals, Consumer & Cyclical and Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare sectors led shares higher. At the close in ...

Germany stocks higher at close of trade
Germany stocks higher at close of trade
By Investing.com - Jan 22, 2015

Investing.com – Germany stocks were higher after the close on Thursday, as gains in the Basic Resources, Financial Services and Telecom sectors led shares higher. At the close in Frankfurt, the DAX ...

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sterling intentions
sterling intentions Jan 28, 2015 01:35AM GMT
Weekly RED candle coming. Best to be OUT. Beat them at their game.

Bradley Hofmans
Bradley Hofmans Jan 27, 2015 11:47PM GMT
All I see is the right shoulder of a head-shoulders pattern in the 1hr chart. Suggesting we might commence our pullback. I have for that reason closed my longs. Thinking of opening a short tomorrow morning with a 50 point SL and target 10140 and 9940.
Krish Shan
Krish Shan Jan 27, 2015 11:53PM GMT
Within how long period you expecting this 9900 Target ?

tommy in exile
tommy in exile Jan 27, 2015 07:57PM GMT
Bugzy Malone Jan 27, 2015 07:02PM GMT. "QE mainly affects bonds and rates on government borrowing..............QE does not go into mainstream economy. Guess what my credit card interest rate just got bumped up from 11.9% to 16.9%". You are correct about QE not affecting the real economy,however there is an effect on stocks.
Sherif Eldin
Sherif Eldin Jan 27, 2015 08:36PM GMT
The misconception that a lot have is that QE should boost the stock market, this is debatable. My broker was telling me a month ago that EURO will go down and DAX will rise, now let us look at the DAX or the DJIA, they are mainly composed of blue chips. Now when u dilute the EURO with the 1T+ QE program and there is a leftist party in Greece and Spain may follow suite, how will these blue chips generate profits to justify their PEs or growth. The EZ has serious problems and I am amazed that my broker keeps sending me the technical analysis that DAX will hit 11k, a month ago they said 10500, a week from now they'll say 10600 and so on, with the usual disclaimer at the end of the email. Guys, let's discuss fundamentals , do u really think the DAX will hit 11k ? And if YES, what timeframe ? Sure it will hit it but when ? and after how many dips ? Definitely the stock market is not immune to QE, look at the US in the last few years.
tommy in exile
tommy in exile Jan 27, 2015 10:03PM GMT
Spain most likely will follow,I live there. How will the bluechips generate profit Sherif? By reducing their float.Fundamntals? There is a reason why this market is called the most hated bull in history. Economic fundamentals don't justify the rise in equities for the last years.IMO The Dax went mostly side ways last year.It broke out majorly since the announcement of ECB QE. I respect technicals. Keynes almost lost everything on the run up to 1929, that is where his phrase of " the market can be a lot longer irrational than you can be solvent" originated. I wish you all the best Sherif
Sherif Eldin
Sherif Eldin Jan 28, 2015 05:56AM GMT
Yes, Spain most likely will follow suite, and that scares Angela Merkel, this is downward pressure for the EZ, luckily the UK did not fully subscribe to the Euro plan, smart. As for fundamentals, yes, I agree again, with passion overcoming sense people tend to follow what other people say, brokers, market makers etc., but at the end of the day when the battle is over, the fundamentals prevail, now, the DAX will move for sure, but when and how, trust me, i was long on DAX as my broker recommended and I still see it going up but with a few hurdles on the way up. As for the EURO dilution, printing 1T is a big deal , major devaluation, EZ had to do it just like the US did it to bail out banks in 2008, it will take a long time before the EURO gets back on track, devaluation is a threat to the EURO.
Sherif Eldin
Sherif Eldin Jan 28, 2015 05:59AM GMT
As for companies, I worked for major corporations in the US and Canada and I know how bad these things can affect the bottom line, reducing their float fundamentals will reduce their bottom line and then their PE ratios will be multiples of what they are now, so that will bring down their stock value, recall what happened to the DJIA and NAS in 2000 and 2001, when companies could not meet expectations, they plumetted, MSFT, INTC etc., they do not go all the way down, they just move downwards and stagnate to weather the storm, this is what scares me, that eventually German Companies will reduce their float, buyback shares etc and move into stagnation.. So u live in Spain, that explains the exile in your name, probably a Brit in exile :) enjoying the sunny skys of Madrid or Barcelona, nice.
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