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Market: Germany
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  • Prev. Close: 9,861.21
  • Open: 9,888.30
  • Day's Range: 9,867.30 - 9,944.50
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Stock Market Outlook: November 24, 2014
By Tech Talk  - Nov 24, 2014

**NEW** As part of the ongoing process to offer new and up-to-date information regarding seasonal and technical investing, we are adding a section to the daily reports that details the stocks that are...

Razvan Podariu
Buy The European Growth Engine
By Razvan Podariu - Nov 19, 2014

After contracting in the second quarter, the German economy avoided recession in the third quarter thanks to a strong rise in consumer spending and a small boost from foreign trade. The government ...

Easy Forex
The European Indices On A Rally
By Easy Forex - Nov 18, 2014

Currencies The euro (EUR) collapsed from 1.2577 all the way down to 1.2442 against the US dollar (USD). The single currency declined as Mario Draghi stated yesterday that government bonds may be used...

Robert H  Anderson
Is Europe Already In A Bear Market?
By Robert H Anderson  - Nov 18, 2014

The answer to the above question is "yes!". Its amazing how many traders and investors don't know that the three most common Europe indexes, FTSE, CAC, and DAX have all started new bear markets.The ...

Alexandros Yfantis
DAX In Danger?
By Alexandros Yfantis - Nov 17, 2014

DAX has been unable to break above resistance at 9300 and 9400 only to pull back towards short-term support of 9150. The neckline of a possible Head and Shoulders pattern is critical for the short- ...

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EUR/USD Under Pressure: 14-11-2014
By Avatrade - Nov 14, 2014

Currencies EUR/USD: The pair remains under pressure this morning but holding above the 1.24 level. Today’s news includes US Retails Sales @ 13:30 GMT & Consumer Sentiment @ 14:55 GMT. The ...

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Matt Uptin
Matt Uptin Nov 26, 2014 02:13PM GMT
i hope it goes up... or I'm @#$%&@!!!
Doyeon Kim
Doyeon Kim Nov 26, 2014 02:28PM GMT
why did you bought it? should at least wait for pullback...
Matt Uptin
Matt Uptin Nov 26, 2014 02:34PM GMT
Doyeon... what levels are we looking at?.
Kevin Zhang
Kevin Zhang Nov 26, 2014 02:55PM GMT
just buy the dip no need to ask why

Matt Uptin
Matt Uptin Nov 26, 2014 10:59AM GMT
Nasir... just got home read all below. Checked the charts. Mate whats your thoughts... pullback down to 8893? then the sky?
Teodor Kazandzhiev
Teodor Kazandzhiev Nov 26, 2014 11:20AM GMT
I think 9500 is more realistic target.
Kevin Zhang
Kevin Zhang Nov 26, 2014 11:22AM GMT
9500 is not possible
Matt Uptin
Matt Uptin Nov 26, 2014 11:26AM GMT
Thanks Teodor. Appreciate it.
Teodor Kazandzhiev
Teodor Kazandzhiev Nov 26, 2014 11:32AM GMT
@Kevin - why not? Market is way overbought and gained 800 pips for 1 week out of 1600 for 45 days, so thats 50% growth just last week. Not only - momentum is not enough for bulls anymore. It needs to unload if prices are about to get above 10000.
Thomas Bjerre Kristiansen
Thomas Bjerre Kristiansen Nov 26, 2014 11:53AM GMT
Everything is inflated and being bought with cheap money - The latest economic figures show just how big this bobble really is. Who is buying japanese bonds at these rates? They didnt do their risk/reward research very well. When this thing blows - whether it will be the japanese people rioting or some bright minded political members of the EU vetos on QE, I dont know - but at some point people will have their wake up call. It will not be the end of the world, but it will be the day DAX go down and tests it's long term upgoing trendlines at the 7000 and 5000 levels
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Doyeon Kim
Doyeon Kim Nov 26, 2014 10:48AM GMT
I think now is the criticcal moment that decides today's direction. which way will it head...
Hari ..
Hari .. Nov 26, 2014 10:59AM GMT
For sure it will go down but don't know the target...but for sure...how much....but for sure...it's small reversal...
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