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11,815.01 -49.58    -0.42%
22/05 - Closed. Currency in EUR ( Disclaimer )
Type: Index
Market: Germany
# Components: 30

  • Prev. Close: 11,815.01
  • Open: 11,854.80
  • Day's Range: 11,792.31 - 11,881.81
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DAX User Rankings

RankUsernameTotalClosedWinningWin %Chg. %
1Won Ton1301307154.62+72.79%
2Knut Bork26326318771.1+51.49%
3jachy josh28282278.57+49.47%
4Luis SM77776584.42+41.23%
5valerio baes40402357.5+39.32%
6Thomas Freun69695478.26+34.62%
7Stella Icz36363186.11+32.75%
8מאור שוהם77685.71+32.29%
9julianhernal34834828481.61+29.98%
10Lars Schneid1081087468.52+28.46%
11Manolo Ferna83833946.99+27.31%
12Karin Krzepi68685682.35+23.65%
13ганиев альбе77457.14+21.76%
14michael rodr333100+21.49%
15Maria Lima55553563.64+18.17%
16Ting-Hey Cha44375+17.85%
17mehmet sinca18181161.11+17.11%
18Steffen Rapp1171177664.96+17.02%
19Andrei Telea322100+16.07%
20Mustafa Deni66466.67+16.04%
21Scott Dorman24242291.67+15.89%
22moacir marti111100+15.88%
23torben hojbj322100+15.88%
24haim sordam111100+15.8%
25Michael S ...222100+15.65%
26dimfas Fas111100+15.43%
27Carolyn Befo222100+15.34%
28Pur ee44250+14.68%
29Darek Nazwis17171270.59+14.67%
30Paula Paladi58584374.14+14.64%
31Udo Sassik222100+14.63%
32Roumin Londv444100+14.35%
33Georgian Gic111100+13.99%
34f m1010990+13.93%
35carlos perei77685.71+13.89%
36davide petre18181477.78+13.64%
37nuno gioes222100+13.17%
38Albert Sorel1111763.64+13.14%
39miro krajner544100+13.14%
40יוסי מזרחי111100+12.89%
41Bálint Nagy222100+12.87%
42Paco Lopez222100+12.82%
43NAMUDURI BAL33266.67+12.71%
44moh fari25252184+12.68%
45pankaj dixit30301756.67+12.37%
46Jondu ...26261869.23+12.31%
47fabio classe26262596.15+12.22%
48Georges-Mari222100+12.07%
49Vadim Zaripo111100+11.88%
50bruno ceci333100+11.87%

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Alexander Savov
Alexander Savov May 22, 2015 02:46PM GMT
Today had to be the maximum volume for this month but instead we can hardly finish with 50 million stocks traded on DAX companies.Now it is clear that buyers are waiting for the Greek issue resolution to step into the market.The last 3 days are indicating this.In my opinion the people who allowed Greece into the EZ are to be blamed for this situation now-the market,the euro and the banks to be hostages of a single country with a relatively small economy.
rice stuffed dried eggplant
rice stuffed dried eggplant May 22, 2015 03:08PM GMT
Greece is swinging like The Sword of Damocles above EU. Has not fallen yet, but may fall anytime... My guess is they will never fall, yet never truly stand up.. And this saga will never end.. Our grandchildren will still be talking about the threat of a Grexit on markets :)
daxxx dude
daxxx dude May 22, 2015 06:11PM GMT
my guess is, this greece saga should end within next 12 months.. 1) controlled but thorough correction in markets.. 2) Then ECB explicitly channels the support to banks threatened with Grexit. . 3) Let Greece default and exit. with Mutual funds pumping billions in markets, that are already "corrected". . It would be like inside job. Its frightening to think of what im saying, but the other option is tsunami of global debt defaults from US, Japan to EZ....
Alexander Savov
Alexander Savov May 24, 2015 01:18AM GMT
Until recently I was thinking the same way-it`s all a game of the greedy western banks,they will never let the debtor until they *****its blood,restructuring of debt,new loans etc.But now I think Greece will default within 2 weeks.I didn`t rknow Syriza but watched some videos of its leaders and realized Syriza is a real communist or lets say -radical left party.They tried to put conditions on the troika,Varoufakis was talking if he was equal to them.These people are predators-some Greek funny guy from a radical party to try to behave this way,to try to blackmail them,to put them conditions-no way,they will destroy him and his country in their way-politely talking for a progress in negotiations and meanwhile leaving Greece to suffocate until one day the news is announced-Greece officially declared bankruptcy.I am quite worried on DAX because this event will take place in my opinion within 2 weeks.
daxxx dude
daxxx dude May 24, 2015 11:12AM GMT
Alex, your fear could be cos you are in dax, n im relax as a.t.m im out. But i think they only way it can happen in two weeks is that dax goes up. But that i do see happening. I mean dax rising|grexit cant happen at this moment. So no grexit anytime soon. I for some stupid reason try to connect all this with next US elections....2016. I mean the major correction,worldwide. Lastly, short run, no view on dax. Im confuse and too busy to follow this pretty lady. Good luck E1.

zachary bell
zachary bell May 22, 2015 12:55PM GMT
FX euro choppiness hardly affecting DAX. volatility is swelling. Looks like it wants to just focus now on grinding higher like other indexes. will see
rice stuffed dried eggplant
rice stuffed dried eggplant May 22, 2015 01:02PM GMT
It will affect my dear... DAX will go up.. Unfortunately...
zachary bell
zachary bell May 22, 2015 01:03PM GMT
yes it will likely grind, but given the choppiness, i was expecting more volatility with DAX.
rice stuffed dried eggplant
rice stuffed dried eggplant May 22, 2015 01:45PM GMT
Well.. U seem to be right.. Under normal circumstances DAX should have exceeded 19K already...
rice stuffed dried eggplant
rice stuffed dried eggplant May 22, 2015 01:48PM GMT
The very low volume and new investors' refraining to take the long risk is somehow comforting me... If DAX couldn't break out today, chances are it won't anytime soon...
zachary bell
zachary bell May 22, 2015 02:00PM GMT
on the one hand you get quite abit of choppiness in certain markets and on the other hand, very low volatility with others. that's not really ideal for breakout strategies. You need abit more steadiness of volatility.
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rice stuffed dried eggplant
rice stuffed dried eggplant May 22, 2015 12:41PM GMT
Stayed away from the screen for 15 minutes.. And EUR/USD parity has crushed big time.. Anybody knows what just happened?
zachary bell
zachary bell May 22, 2015 12:50PM GMT
long weekend coming up and some squaring going on favouring USD bulls
zachary bell
zachary bell May 22, 2015 12:51PM GMT
forget the fancy headlines, they are are just there to *****us in. The reasons for the real moves don't get news readership so they never make headlines.
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