DAX STOCKS LIST
The DAX is Germany’s most important index and comprised of many “blue chip” style stocks. The exchange has been extremely volatile like many exchanges across the planet.
The reason? Well there are many reasons. Sentiment, economic slowdown, global pandemic fears from the Coronavirus, to name a few. We see some technical issues as well. As with everything in trading and investing, keep your eyes on the charts! Check out our full stock indexes list.
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Dax 30 Stocks List – Full Index of Companies
Dax 30 Stocks List(A-E)
Dax 30 Stocks List (F-Z)
|Fresenius Medical Care|
|MTU Aero Engines|
ETF’s List: Dax 30 Index
|Horizons DAX Germany ETF|
|iShares MSCI Germany ETF|
|WisdomTree Germany Hedged Equity ETF|
Futures Symbol: Dax 30 Index
|DAX 30 Futures|
What Is the German Dax 30 Index?
Knowing that the DAX index is a bellwether for the German economy it makes sense that investors and traders alike will monitor the German economy.
That being said it does appear investors are concerned with Germany’s economic growth. The economy showed zero growth in the fourth quarter of 2019, following a 0.2 percent expansion in the previous three-month period, as household consumption went flat and net trade contributed negatively to the GDP due to a 0.2 percent decline in exports.
Furthermore, government spending rose only slightly (0.3 percent vs 1.3 percent) and fixed investment in construction increased 0.6 percent (vs 0.4 percent in Q3) due in part to the unseasonably warm weather. Investment in machinery and equipment investment fell 2.0 percent.
Did you know Germany represents 6.5% of the worlds economy? When you start forecasting zero growth, or negative growth, then you have to start thinking about the R word (recession).
If we get to that point read about how to trade bear market strategies.
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Our trading community teaches how to capitalize in any type of market, whether it’s a bull market or bear market. We focus particularly in the US markets, however, what we teach you can be applied to the DAX Index or any other market. Price action is price action, and technical analysis can be applied to any charts. We use the Dax as an indicator to trade stocks in any market, or even Forex pairs for that matter. Knowing the big picture is what helps a trader succeed and trade with the trend.