Dax 30 Stocks List

Dax 30 Stocks List

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The Bullish Bears break down a list of the Dax 40 stocks and companies, ETFs, and futures. The DAX is Germany’s most important index and comprises 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, and 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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SymbolNameMarket CapSectorIndustry
LINLinde plc$166.07 B Basic Materials Specialty Chemicals
SAPSAP SE$134.19 B Technology Software—Application
SIESiemens AG$114.66 B Industrials Specialty Industrial Machinery
VOW3Volkswagen AG$108.63 B Consumer Discretionary Auto Manufacturers
DAIDaimler AG$98.79 B Consumer Discretionary Auto Manufacturers
ALVAllianz SE$98.47 B Financials Insurance—Diversified
AIRAirbus SE$97.41 B Industrials Aerospace & Defense
DTEDeutsche Telekom AG$93.01 B Communication Services Telecom Services
MRKMERCK Kommanditgesellschaft auf Aktien$90.74 B Healthcare Drug Manufacturers—Specialty & Generic
SHLSiemens Healthineers AG$71.50 B Healthcare Diagnostics & Research
BAYNBayer AG$68.09 B Healthcare Drug Manufacturers—General
DPWDeutsche Post AG$59.80 B Industrials Integrated Freight & Logistics
BMWBayerische Motoren Werke AG$56.17 B Consumer Discretionary Auto Manufacturers
BASBASF SE$52.76 B Basic Materials Chemicals
ADSadidas AG$46.13 B Consumer Discretionary Footwear & Accessories
IFXInfineon Technologies AG$45.35 B Technology Semiconductors
MUV2Münchener Rückversicherungs-Gesellschaft Aktiengesellschaft in München$36.89 B Financials Insurance—Reinsurance
DB1Deutsche Börse AG$32.99 B Financials Financial Data & Stock Exchanges
EOANE.ON SE$31.12 B Utilities Utilities—Diversified
HEN3Henkel AG & Co KGaA$30.53 B Consumer Staples Household & Personal Products
RWERWE AG$29.06 B Utilities Utilities—Diversified
PAH3Porsche Automobil Holding SE$28.15 B Consumer Discretionary Auto Manufacturers
SRT3Sartorius AG$27.35 B Healthcare Medical Instruments & Supplies
VNAVonovia SE$26.78 B Real Estate Real Estate Services
DBKDeutsche Bank AG$26.38 B Financials Banks
FREFresenius SE & Co KGaA$24.12 B Healthcare Medical Care Facilities
BEIBeiersdorf AG$23.51 B Consumer Staples Household & Personal Products
FMEFresenius Medical Care AG & Co. KGaA$19.42 B Healthcare Medical Care Facilities
SY1Symrise AG$16.22 B Basic Materials Specialty Chemicals
CONContinental AG$14.47 B Consumer Discretionary Auto Parts
ENRSiemens Energy AG$14.21 B Utilities Utilities—Independent Power Producers
ZALZalando SE$12.84 B Consumer Discretionary Internet Retail
PUMPuma SE$12.80 B Consumer Discretionary Footwear & Accessories
MTXMTU Aero Engines AG$12.33 B Industrials Aerospace & Defense
BNRBrenntag AG$12.30 B Basic Materials Specialty Chemicals
HEIHeidelbergCement AG$11.31 B Basic Materials Building Materials
QIAQIAGEN N.V.$11.26 B Healthcare Diagnostics & Research
DHERDelivery Hero SE$11.11 B Consumer Discretionary Internet Retail
1COVCovestro AG$9.98 B Basic Materials Specialty Chemicals
HFGHelloFresh SE$7.60 B Consumer Discretionary Restaurants

Dax ETF List

DAXHorizons DAX Germany ETF
EWBiShares MSCI Germany ETF
DXGEWisdomTree Germany Hedged Equity ETF

Dax Futures Symbol

FDAXDAX 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 by 2.0 percent. 

Did you know Germany represents 6.5% of the world’s economy? When you start forecasting zero or negative growth, you have to start thinking about the R word (recession). 

How to Trade the Dax 30 Index

There are several different ways that you could trade the DAX 30 Index. You can trade options, such as the $DAX, and futures, such as the $FDAX. Options can be used to hedge against existing financial investments or for speculation to trade for profit. Futures trading is a great way to capitalize on directional-based markets, whether they trend up or down. 

There is a lot of uncertainty going on right now in the DAX due to the global crisis of the Coronavirus. Both positive and negative news affects markets, and the Coronavirus was bad news that rattled the markets worldwide. Until February 2020, the DAX was on a nice run, which tanked in late February.

For those that are prepared, you can profit as the DAX declines. Bear market trading is a popular strategy, especially when sharp declines occur. Day traders and swing traders love this type of trading. Again, options can be used as a hedging strategy on the DAX index for current investments in stocks, or they can be used to trade for profit.

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