For the bull market to keep running higher, it could well depend on what the Dax does at the 9,770 level!
The 3-pack below looks at Germany, London and France.
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This 3-pack looks at the DAX, FTSE 100 and the CAC 40 over the past 20-years.
As you will notice the DAX has made a series of higher highs, the FTSE has made a series of level highs and the CAC-40 has made a series of lower highs. This would suggest that the DAX is strong and a leader over other leading European stocks indices.
Below looks at the performance of the DAX and SPY since 2011
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The DAX turned up in 2011 a short time before SPY did the same.
In April of this year, the DAX hit rising channel resistance and while this was taking place the S&P traded sideways. Once the DAX started turning weaker, it did’t take long for SPY to follow it.
As mentioned in the top 3-pack, for investors to continue to run with the bulls, it appears very important that the DAX remain above the 9,700 level. If it would close below its 4-year rising channel, selling pressure could well take place.
The DAX has played a leading role in Europe for the past 15-years and what it does at the important support level would impact Europe and the stock indices in the states.
I humbly feel it remains important to keep a close eye on the DAX index!
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