The German index fell on Monday, testing the €11,500 level. That’s an area that should be rather supportive. We have gapped above here previously, so it suggests that the buyers should return. A supportive candle is reason enough to go long, and I believe that we will then reach towards the €12,000 level. Even if we do break down a bit, I think there is a massive amount of support extending all the way down to the €11,400 level underneath. With this, I remain very bullish of the DAX, and look at this pullback as potential value that I can take advantage of.
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