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DAX (GDAXI)

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10,676.78 -213.85    -1.96%
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Type: Index
Market: Germany
# Components: 30

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  • Open: 10,923.50
  • Day's Range: 10,663.99 - 10,946.87
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DAX Technical Analysis

Summary:STRONG SELL
Moving Averages:Strong SellBuy (0)Sell (12)
Technical Indicators:Strong SellBuy (2)Sell (6)

Pivot PointsJul 07, 2015 04:09PM GMT

NameS3S2S1Pivot PointsR1R2R3
Classic10541.1410605.5710667.4410731.8710793.7410858.1710920.04
Fibonacci10605.5710653.8210683.6210731.8710780.1210809.9210858.17
Camarilla10694.5710706.1410717.7210731.8710740.8810752.4510764.03
Woodie's10539.8410604.9210666.1410731.2210792.4410857.5210918.74
DeMark's--10636.5010716.4010762.80--

Technical IndicatorsJul 07, 2015 04:09PM GMT

Name Value Action
RSI(14) 24.648 Oversold
STOCH(9,6) 79.551 Buy
STOCHRSI(14) 0.000 Oversold
MACD(12,26) -81.860 Sell
ADX(14) 45.618 Sell
Williams %R -31.141 Buy
CCI(14) -206.6491 Oversold
ATR(14) 65.1692 Less Volatility
Highs/Lows(14) -145.3482 Sell
Ultimate Oscillator 35.864 Sell
ROC -2.217 Sell
Bull/Bear Power(13) -271.0042 Sell

Buy: 2

Sell: 6

Neutral: 3


Summary: Strong Sell

Moving AveragesJul 07, 2015 04:09PM GMT

Period Simple Exponential
MA510764.50
Sell
10755.46
Sell
MA1010819.15
Sell
10802.97
Sell
MA2010884.12
Sell
10878.35
Sell
MA5011027.22
Sell
11017.69
Sell
MA10011210.80
Sell
11091.11
Sell
MA20011159.76
Sell
11193.58
Sell

Buy: 0

Sell: 12


Summary: Strong Sell

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Jalal Jalal
Jalal Jalal Jul 07, 2015 05:18PM GMT
Greece was to submit a new proposal in the Europe leaders emergency meeting. They did submit a new proposal but only the papers were new, not the content. I just started feeling a bit bullish but can't express my bullish sentiment after hearing such news:). I hope those news are untrue and the Greeks find a way to solve their problems. Wish you all the best Bulls

Jalal Jalal
Jalal Jalal Jul 07, 2015 05:09PM GMT
U.S. Treasury yields tumbled on Tuesday, with investors worried about Greece's debt crisis and possible exit from the euro monetary system pushing benchmark 10-year yields to five-week lows.. Demand for Treasurys left yields on 30-year bonds below 3 percent and also was driven by China's slumping equities markets, according to traders.. Greek banks may soon run out of cash, fueling fears that the euro zone country's problems could spread to other southern European nations and leaving investors with few clues to how the crisis will ultimately affect markets.

Jalal Jalal
Jalal Jalal Jul 07, 2015 05:07PM GMT
Both the CEO of Euronext Paris and the chief executive of Societe Generale said Tuesday that the French capital—better known for romance, Michelin-starred cuisine and the Eiffel Tower—could gain as a European financial hub in the event of a "Brexit.". "Whatever happens, the world will be different after the U.K. referendum," Anthony Attia, CEO of Euronext France, told CNBC on Tuesday from Paris.. "France has strong assets; we have the CAC 40 companies; we have a strong pool of high-growth (small and medium-sized enterprises) that are being valued by all sorts of investors, so I think we have a card to play there."
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