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10,298.53 -17.09    -0.17%
28/08 - Closed. Currency in EUR ( Disclaimer )
Type: Index
Market: Germany
# Components: 30

  • Prev. Close: 10,298.53
  • Open: 10,333.80
  • Day's Range: 10,186.07 - 10,336.92
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DAX User Rankings

RankUsernameTotalClosedWinningWin %Chg. %
1Won Ton1301307154.62+72.79%
2Knut Bork29029020570.69+64.98%
3Luis SM77776584.42+41.23%
4jachy josh31302376.67+40.2%
5valerio baes40402357.5+39.32%
6julianhernal38238131482.41+36.66%
7Thomas Freun69695478.26+34.62%
8Stella Icz36363186.11+32.75%
9מאור שוהם77685.71+32.29%
10Lars Schneid1081087468.52+28.46%
11Manolo Ferna83833946.99+27.31%
12Bálint Nagy333100+26.22%
13Karin Krzepi68685682.35+23.65%
14Paula Paladi66664974.24+22.29%
15ганиев альбе77457.14+21.76%
16michael rodr333100+21.49%
17Maria Lima55553563.64+18.17%
18Ting-Hey Cha44375+17.85%
19Gilbert Drou19191578.95+17.71%
20Anita Vacca1181179682.05+17.64%
21Nirmal ...38372978.38+17.55%
22mehmet sinca18181161.11+17.11%
23francesco c7544100+17.05%
24Steffen Rapp1171177664.96+17.02%
25Mustafa Deni66466.67+16.04%
26Scott Dorman24242291.67+15.89%
27moacir marti111100+15.88%
28haim sordam111100+15.8%
29Michael S ...222100+15.65%
30Jose Luis ...766100+15.63%
31dimfas Fas111100+15.43%
32Carolyn Befo222100+15.34%
33Pur ee44250+14.68%
34Darek Nazwis17171270.59+14.67%
35Udo Sassik222100+14.63%
36Roumin Londv444100+14.35%
37Georgian Gic111100+13.99%
38f m1010990+13.93%
39carlos perei77685.71+13.89%
40davide petre18181477.78+13.64%
41nuno gioes222100+13.17%
42Albert Sorel1111763.64+13.14%
43יוסי מזרחי111100+12.89%
44Paco Lopez222100+12.82%
45NAMUDURI BAL33266.67+12.71%
46moh fari25252184+12.68%
47Joan Mirón ...111100+12.47%
48pankaj dixit30301756.67+12.37%
49Chris Azzopa111100+12.34%
50Беня Бернанк77685.71+12.32%

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Jack Franklin
Jack Franklin 2 hours ago
Some info for you guys (sure you all already know but just sharing in case). . The top 10 companies in the DAX have a combined weighting of just over 70% of the index so when doing your research it may also be a good idea to check these companies out. The list below is in order of weighting... . SIE SIEMENS AG NA 10.39% Industrial. EOA E.ON AG O.N. 10.15% Utilities. DTE DT.TELEKOM AG NA 8.40% Telecommunication. DBK DEUTSCHE BANK AG NA O.N. 7.50% Banks. ALV ALLIANZ AG VNA O.N. 7.03% Insurance. BAS BASF AG O.N. 6.22% Chemicals. DCX DAIMLERCHRYSLER AG NA O.N 5.75% Automobile. SAP SAP AG ST O.N. 5.73% Software. RWE RWE AG ST O.N. 4.82% Utilities. BAY BAYER AG O.N. 4.26% Chemicals. .
Jack Franklin
Jack Franklin 2 hours ago
sorry about the format that came out in, cant get it any other way - hope it makes sence
Obada Sinjab
Obada Sinjab 17 hours ago
Can any body explain in simple English what will DAX and Crude Oil will be expected on Monday Cause I listened to this guy in fxempire and I didn't understand anything :) !!!!
Kamil Cieplinski
Kamil Cieplinski 5 hours ago
I hope you didn't listen to him last week. .. if you don't understand him, I don't think you should be trading with real money. What he is saying: if DAX goes above 10400, the market should continue to go up
Jack Franklin
Jack Franklin 2 hours ago
If you blindly follow recommendations from strangers on forums then it is likely that you will lose as you wont know how to play it when things go against you (and they will). Definitely worth doing your own research and defining your own strategies in this game IMO. By all means gather a general consensus of whether people are bearish or bullish etc. but i wouldn't recommend using that as your main source of information.. . Just my opinion, each to their own though.
Kamil Cieplinski
Kamil Cieplinski Aug 29, 2015 8:53AM GMT
The rich world has the least to fear from a Chinese slowdown. American exports to China accounted for less than 1% of GDP last year. But it is hardly immune. Germany, the European Union’s economic engine, exports more to China than any other member state does.. . http://www.economist.com/news/leaders/21662544-fear-about-chinas-economy-can-be-overdone-investors-are-right-be-nervous-great-fall
Kamil Cieplinski
Kamil Cieplinski 22 hours ago
Monday should be pushed down in anticipation of Chinese data... likewise Tuesday will plumet should the data turn out to be negative
Kamil Cieplinski
Kamil Cieplinski 19 hours ago
Top 5 Export destinations of Germany: France (8.8%), United States (8.1%), China (6.4%), United Kingdom (6.2%), and Netherlands (5.8%)
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