Start your week with advanced Elliott Wave analyses

Receive latest analyses today

Subscribe now

DAX 30 Surged 50%+ in Three Months. Here is Why

THIS WEEK ONLY, in addition to the seven premium instruments, all our subscribers will receive ONE Elliott Wave analysis of DAX 30 as a BONUS. Subscribe NOW and get yours on Sunday, June 14th. The last time we wrote about the German DAX 30, the index was in a free fall. It was March 2nd…

Read More »

“DAX Falls on Coronavirus Fears.” It’s Not That Simple

The coronavirus outbreak is a convenient explanation for everything market-related these days. According to the media, investors across the globe panicked last week that the virus, which has taken over 3000 lives already, is going to become a pandemic. Major stock market indices in the U.S. lost roughly 14% in the past five trading days.…

Read More »

DAX 30 Adds to Global Recession Fears

The German DAX 30 index has been declining since early July when it reached 12 656. Last week’s news that the German economy shrank by 0.1% in the second quarter only added to global recession fears. The benchmark index of Europe’s largest economy fell to 11 266 on August 15th. Are investors’ concerns warranted? Or…

Read More »

DAX Set to Lose Another 2000, Elliott Wave Suggests

The German DAX climbed to an all-time high of 13 597 in late-January. The benchmark had just exceeded the previous record of 12 391 set in April 2015 and the bulls were already bracing for even higher highs in the near future. Alas, it was not meant to be. As of this writing, the German…

Read More »

Elliott Wave Strengthens DAX 30 Bullish Outlook

It has been over four months since we last wrote about the German DAX 30. The blue chip index was trading around 12 700 following a sharp selloff from as high as 13 602. However, despite the fact that this plunge looked quite scary, the Elliott Wave Principle suggested that “it looks more like another…

Read More »

DAX 30 Plunges to 12 700. What’s Next?

It has been a bad week for the German DAX 30. The benchmark index saw its worst weekly selloff in over two years after it plunged from 13 387 to 12 700 for a total loss of 5.1%. The crash seems a bit surprising to economists, who expected the stock market’s rally to continue on…

Read More »

DAX 30 Elliott Wave Pattern Puts 12 700 In Danger

The German DAX 30 benchmark index did not perform as impressive in 2017 as its U.S. alternative – the Dow Jones Industrial Average – but it still managed to add 11.9% last year. At one point in November, the index was actually up by 18.2%, when it touched an all-time high of 13 535. This…

Read More »

DAX In a High-Risk-Low-Return Zone

Nearly three months ago, on July 27th, the German DAX was hovering near 12 300, down from an all-time high of 12 951 reached in June. At the time, uncertainty was mounting. The European Union’s inability to find an acceptable solution to the refugee crisis was becoming obvious and the rising number of terrorist attacks…

Read More »

DAX Setting Up an Intraday Bullish Breakout

We already shared with you our long-term and mid-term outlook of the German DAX 30 index, we decided it was time to take a look at the short-term, as well. The blue chip average recently pulled back from its all-time high of 12 951 and fell to as low as 11 934 earlier this month.…

Read More »

DAX Bulls Not Ready to Give Up

Two months ago we published “DAX 30: Time to be Careful Now” to tell investors, who by definition are long-term oriented, that the German benchmark index is approaching the end of the post-2009 uptrend and might soon reverse for a major correction to the south. Traders, on the other hand, are more focused on what…

Read More »

DAX 30: Time to Be Careful Now

“DAX 30: Stage is Set for a New All-Time High” was published on October 3rd, 2016. While the German benchmark index was trading close to 10 530, Elliott Wave analysis of its monthly chart made us believe the bulls are going to succeed at lifting it above 12 400 in the months ahead. That was over…

Read More »

DAX Bulls Generously Rewarded for Their Patience

Buy-and-hold proved to be a profitable strategy in the German DAX Keeping up with its U.S. equivalent, the German DAX has been rising steadily ever since the election of Donald Trump. The index has climbed from 10 402 to 12 031 in less than three months, which is a good return in anybody’s book. However, news-interpreting…

Read More »

DAX Flying Towards the Stratosphere

Soon after the markets opened on Monday, the German DAX decline to 10 424 in response to Italy’s “No” vote in the referendum. But instead of continuing even lower, the index skyrocketed sharply to the upside and is currently trading slightly below 10 940 after almost reaching 10 950 earlier today. And while the DAX is…

Read More »

DAX 30: Stage is Set for a New All-Time High

The German DAX 30 index climbed to 10 802 in the middle of August, but has not been able to reach those highs ever since. Prices have been moving sideways for over a month and a half now. Last Friday, the bears managed to touch 10 190, but their efforts were brought to nothing by…

Read More »

Negative Social Mood, Pegida’s Best Friend

“Fears are growing in Germany of a far-Right resurgence stoked by the refugee crisis, after nearly 20,000 took to the streets of Dresden in the biggest rally by the Pegida anti-immigrant movement for months.” – The Telegraph One of the speakers at the rally actually expressed regret that “the concentration camps are out of action”.…

Read More »