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DAX Technical Analysis & Signals

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DAX Analysis Articles

Regular, disciplined analysis breeds good routine and a good routine should be part of any successful trading plan. We have been providing daily analysis and outlooks every day since 2014 and continue to trade professionally with this belief.

Week 29 Analysis

Monday 15th July – Friday 19th July

We examine the charts including the current swings for the German DAX, which helps us understand the phase of the market and provides a higher probability of forecasting the next moves.

Week 28 2019

Monday 8th July – Friday 12th July

Where is the DAX heading? What happened to the DAX? What direction is the DAX moving? Let’s look at the charts to try and answer some of those questions

Week 27 Analysis

Monday 1st July – Friday 5th July

DAX Outlook, DAX Forecast, DAX Analysis, DAX Direction, DAX Prediction and more are discussed in this collection of items from the week of trading.

DAX Videos

DAX Technical Analysis | 10th July 2019

German DAX Technical Analysis provided by Chris Bailey (TheDaxTrader)

DAX Technical Analysis | 10th July 2019

German DAX Technical Analysis provided by Chris Bailey (TheDaxTrader)

DAX Technical Analysis | 10th July 2019

German DAX Technical Analysis provided by Chris Bailey (TheDaxTrader)

DAX Training Course

How To Use Action Reaction To Trade The Dax

Let me now show you how to use Action Reaction to trade the DAX. There was a perfect opportunity here (April 29, 2019) which I shared with members in the dax signal channel. Congratulations to those of you that followed that trading signal and also made some money. It...

What Makes The German DAX Move?

The German DAX is a volatile index which attracts traders from all over the world. Nearly all traders of the German DAX are looking for an opportunity to profit from its fast movements and were attracted by the market's volatility. But on of the most common questions...

How To Always Choose The Best Position Size For Your Trades

I'm going to share the most important considerations when deciding on the best position size for your trade. We will include the stop loss, the size of the account, your aggression as a trader and the market you're trading. As a trader, your most important objective...

Taking Profit Too Early

Why are traders taking profit too early? It is first important to understand some of the psychology behind this question. What may come as a surprise to many of you is that many traders have problems letting their profits run. They also have problems cutting their...

How To Create Your First Trading Plan

Those who fail to plan, are planning to fail. This is a common saying. Another one I like is: Prior Planning Prevents Piss Poor Performance. Both of these sayings are true for you because trading is not a game and the successful trader spend a lot of time planning and...

Trading as Part of a Crowd

In this unit, we are going to look at another aspect of the psychology of money management which causes many traders to fail. That is people's desire to trade as part of a crowd. It's not necessarily wrong to trade with a crowd, but it's essential that you think for...

The Two Most Common Mistakes In Trading

Today we are going to look at the common mistakes that even the smartest of people make when entering into trading. This will help to ensure that we avoid those mistakes on our path to becoming a successful trader. 1. Holding Onto Positions For Too Long One of the...

Why Traders Can’t Take Losses

The concept of money management and the psychology of money management is the most important overlooked factor of successful trading. So in this unit, we will study one of the most important components of the psychology of money management. That is the willingness and...

Why Traders Lose Money

This unit starts a fresh module that puts technical analysis on hold. Psychology and the mental aspects of trading are not strengths for most traders. So it is worth spending some time understand this key area. When we are new to trading, we constantly see the...

Parabolic SAR Introduction

This is the final unit in the tecnical indicator module of the course. Today we will look at the Parabolic SAR indicator. This will help you determine when to enter and exit the market, once you find a trend. You already know from the RSI unit that J Welles Wilder...

ADX Indicator Introduction

Today we are going to learn about the Average Directional Index or ADX indicator for short. This is an indicator which helps traders determine whether the market is trending or not. It also helps to determine how strong that trend is. Finally it is useful for learning...

Bollinger Band Introduction

The Bollinger band is a technical indicator that uses a combination of simple moving averages and a standard deviation channel. This helps us compare volatility and price levels over time. John Bollinger is the creator of the tool and this is a Bollinger band...

Stochastic Oscillator Introduction

In the last unit we looked at the RSI indicator which introduced another oscillator to your technical indicator arsenal. In this unit we will take you through a Stochastic Oscillator Introduction. It is very similar to RSI but many traders prefer to use this...

RSI Introduction

The RSI indicator which falls under the category of oscillator and it is an extremely simple indicator to use in your trading. RSI standards for the Relative Strength Index is often referred to as the RSI. The indicator was created by Welles Wilder who also created a...

MACD Introduction

Welcome to the MACD introduction. In this unit, we are going to look at an indicator which is built using moving averages and it is one of the most popular technical indicators. It is called the MACD indicator. You pronounce it "Mack-Dee". This is an abbreviation...

Moving Average Introduction

This unit will look at one of the more popular technical indicators; the moving average. There are a few different types of moving average which can be confusing, but this tool can be a great way of 'smoothing' out the price action. This article is a moving average...

Technical Indicator Introduction

Welcome to the new module. We are moving away from the chart patterns from the previous module and are now starting a new series on technical indicators. We will take a look at what technical indicators are and how traders use them in their trading. Let's call this...

Triangle Pattern

We looked at the Flag & Pennant patterns in the previous unit. This unit will look at a similar chart pattern which is known as the triangle pattern. Towards the end of the article, we will look at strategies that you can use to trade the triangle pattern on the...

Flags and Pennants

In the previous unit, we looked at strategies for trading the rising and falling wedge chart patterns. In this unit, we will look at continuations patterns, specifically the formations of flags and pennants. These patterns are generally seen after a big move in one...

Rising Wedge and Falling Wedge Patterns

The previous two units were reversal patterns, one was the head and shoulders pattern and the other was the double top/bottom pattern. In this unit we are going to look at the Rising Wedge and Falling Wedge Patterns. These patterns are normally a continuation pattern,...

Head and Shoulders Pattern

Last time, in the previous unit, we looked at the double top pattern and the double bottom pattern. We now know that these two charting patterns show the momentum needed to break support (double bottom) or resistance (double top), is not there in the market. So when...

Double Top and Double Bottom

Now that we have a better understanding of technical analysis, the next thing to study is charting patterns. Charting patterns are what many technical traders look for on historical price charts. This is because traders get a feel for what the current supply-demand...

Introduction to Support and Resistance

This article will start with an introduction to support and resistance because it's a common technique in trading and will help your understanding of the German DAX's movements. As you may already know, the price of a financial instrument like the German DAX is...

104 Multi Time Frame Analysis

No matter what time frame you decide to trade, it's important to always have a big picture overview of what the market is doing. Multi time frame analysis allows you to do this. When your technical analysis is lining up on multiple time frames, then the chances of the...

102 Basic Dow Theory

Today we are going to take a look at the different ways that traders analyse the markets and more specifically, something which is known as Dow Theory. This unit will provide a basic Dow theory introduction. Most consider the father of technical analysis to be Charles...