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Market: Germany
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Bill Witherell
Is It Time For European Equities?
By Bill Witherell - Jan 27, 2015

The European Central Bank (ECB) has at last decided to utilize its final weapon, massive and open-ended balance-sheet expansion through the purchasing of sovereign and agency debt, to fight deflation ...

Doug Short
World Markets Update: The Surge Accelerates
By Doug Short - Jan 25, 2015

Seven of eight indexes on my world market watch list posted weekly gains, with the three European indexes topping the list, thanks to the ECB's QE. France's CAC 40 was up 5.96%, Germany's DAX rose ...

Peter Brandt
Major Global Stock Market Erruption Pending
By Peter Brandt - Jan 25, 2015

Global stock index charts are poised for massive advance pending a breakout (but, will it happen?) [Note: Factor LLC is a proprietary trading firm dating back to 1981 at the Chicago Board of Trade. ...

Anthony Wu
Central Banks Send Global Tremors
By Anthony Wu - Jan 21, 2015

More surprising decisions from Central Banks awaited the markets yesterday. The FX market shook with fluctuations. Starting in the Asian session, the Bank of Japan maintained its current easing levels...

Jason Sen
Dax: Forecast January 21, 2015
By Jason Sen - Jan 21, 2015

Dax March now so overbought that risks are increasing to the downside. Again today, failure to beat 10,270/10,260 sees 10,220/2015 then this week's low at 10,195. Be ready to go with a break lower to...

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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.

Jan 27, 2015 07:17PM GMT
Dax Trending down to about 10.200-10.300 ... can't imagen a such a fast recovery back to 10,800 .. sure there where support at 10.600 but there are no way the market will rise above 10.800 in the common week..
Bugzy Malone
Bugzy Malone Jan 27, 2015 07:21PM GMT
The market can storm through 11,000 tomorrow, anything is possible!

Nikolaos Kakaniaris
Nikolaos Kakaniaris Jan 27, 2015 06:50PM GMT
what did i tell you yesterday?? A soon as i close my short positions Dax will sink... i'm very sad, hope that you are still short guys
Bugzy Malone
Bugzy Malone Jan 27, 2015 06:59PM GMT
I am still short, my stop loss is so far that I can't short the amount I really wanted to. I am shorting just 5 lots instead of 10 all because of 11,500 stop loss.
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