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Type: Index
Market: Germany
# Components: 30

  • Prev. Close: 9,661.50
  • Open: 9,697.50
  • Day's Range: 9,686.00 - 9,764.50
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Chris Ciovacco
Is A Big Stock Move Looming?
By Chris Ciovacco - Sep 16, 2014

It Can’t Hurt To Be Prepared Regular readers know we make decisions based on hard evidence from the markets, rather than attempting to forecast what will happen next. Therefore, we will be ...

Jason Sen
Dax: Bottomed At 9675
By Jason Sen - Sep 10, 2014

Dax gave up on strong resistance at 9800/9820 & broke 9715 in mid afternoon for a move towards good support at 9666/60, but bottomed at 9675. The key for today is 9666/60 therefore. Try longs ...

Jason Sen
Dax: Resistance At 9800/9820
By Jason Sen - Sep 09, 2014

Dax holding below strong resistance at 9800/9820 as expected. Holding below 9760 adds a little pressure and risks a slide to 9715. This did hold the downside perfectly yesterday, but below here today...

Avatrade
US Futures Lower Ahead Of NFP
By Avatrade - Sep 05, 2014

Daily Briefing Currencies EUR/USD: The pair is trading below the 50 day and 100 day moving average on a 60 minute time frame. The next support is at 1.2914 and the next resistance is at ...

Gregor Horvat
DAX Eyes New Highs
By Gregor Horvat - Sep 05, 2014

The German DAX has turned nicely up few weeks back from around 38.2% support where we see a completed wave 4). From there market turned up for more than 800 points so looks like new highs are coming ...

Easy Forex
Euro Collapses Below 1.30
By Easy Forex - Sep 05, 2014

Currencies The euro collapsed by more than 240 pips yesterday against the US dollar (USD) and reached its lowest level at 1.2918, since July 2013. The single currency slid after the ECB cut the ...

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Auto Confirmed
Auto Confirmed Sep 18, 2014 08:22AM GMT
Why this sudden uptrend?.
LAURENCE JOHNSON
LAURENCE JOHNSON Sep 18, 2014 08:39AM GMT
eeeerrrmmmmmm.......
Gautam Sab
Gautam Sab Sep 18, 2014 08:45AM GMT
It was due, we did saw the bullish signs yesterday, and it was clear after FED press conference.

Gautam Sab
Gautam Sab Sep 18, 2014 08:16AM GMT
Guys, i have some doubts, need your help.. Yesterday, FED dint change their policy and will start to increase rates sometime next year. Although, there is no change in policy, yet Currency market showed sharp reaction(Hawkish). USD gaining a lot against yen and EUR. On the other hand, Equity market thougth its dovish fed statement (atleast thats what analyst said). Now, Either equity market has to correct or currency market? or i am totally wrong i.e. equity market wants FEd to raise rate by 0,25%, as a sigh of improving economy? opinions/ thoughts?
LAURENCE JOHNSON
LAURENCE JOHNSON Sep 18, 2014 08:41AM GMT
I'm not clever enough to understand all the politic mechanics behind the markets, i just follow charts and fundamentals.
LAURENCE JOHNSON
LAURENCE JOHNSON Sep 18, 2014 09:00AM GMT
One this is for sure, a no vote tomorrow final sees euro indexes syncs up with US.
Gautam Sab
Gautam Sab Sep 18, 2014 09:06AM GMT
Yes, it is highly likely Laurence. Before that, we got to see US markets today whether they can hold all time highs or not.
LAURENCE JOHNSON
LAURENCE JOHNSON Sep 18, 2014 09:14AM GMT
UB dow looks likely 17240?
Gautam Sab
Gautam Sab Sep 18, 2014 09:26AM GMT
i really dont want to guess, DOW kept on dancing here and there yesterday, and there were heavy sell orders towards the close. well that could be profit taking. i will just wait n watch.

LAURENCE JOHNSON
LAURENCE JOHNSON Sep 18, 2014 07:30AM GMT
short ftse, long dax?
Gautam Sab
Gautam Sab Sep 18, 2014 07:35AM GMT
could be a good trade, in the end you can make money.. . On the other hand, Stocks want to go higher, much higher, but Scotland Vote is telling them to wait ;-) what do you say?
LAURENCE JOHNSON
LAURENCE JOHNSON Sep 18, 2014 07:43AM GMT
Cashed out short ftse, 28 pts, hit LB, so not to push it. Still long in dax
Gautam Sab
Gautam Sab Sep 18, 2014 07:50AM GMT
i am long in DAX too, whats your target for today? think it may touch 9725. Looks like Bulls are coming back after FED meeting, but they dont want to go aggresively today.. As everyone knows, tomorrow anything is possible.
LAURENCE JOHNSON
LAURENCE JOHNSON Sep 18, 2014 07:50AM GMT
I'll leave ftse alone now, tested LB, might go again but odds are 50/50 now. It was always going to try first thing. Dax, is doing well.
LAURENCE JOHNSON
LAURENCE JOHNSON Sep 18, 2014 07:54AM GMT
9725 looks good.....
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