Major german stocks to buy and sell

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Major german stocks to buy and sell

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When you invest online or build up a stock portfolio, you can invest in the German stock market. Many of the stocks listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange are accessible to traders from other countries, especially European investors. But what are these shares and therefore which are the most important German shares that can be invested in and how can they be analysed?


Which German shares can be invested in?

As you probably already know, the financial centre where German shares are listed is the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. However, the shares in which you will be able to invest are limited and it is more complicated to buy or trade shares in small companies.
The shares you will be able to invest in from France or other European countries are generally shares in companies with the largest market capitalisations in that country. In other words, you will have no problem taking positions or placing orders on the shares that are included in the DAX 30, the benchmark stock market index in Germany.


How do I choose which German shares to invest in?

Which German shares you wish to invest in depends on a number of factors. Firstly, you will need to make this choice according to your investor profile. Indeed, in order to be able to understand and anticipate future trends in these shares, you need to know these companies perfectly and be able to understand their capacity for growth.

Therefore, always favour a company or sector of activity with which you are comfortable. As far as the other elements to be taken into consideration are concerned, you will of course need to assess the capacity of the chosen shares to gain in value over time. To do this, you will need to carry out several different and complementary types of analysis, as we will see below.

Finally, be careful to choose a stock for which you can easily find quality information. When investing in foreign shares, it is indeed important to make sure you have reliable sources to carry out your analyses.


How do you conduct your analysis of the major German shares?

Let's take a closer look at the analysis of German shares. As with shares from other countries, it is recommended that you use a variety of different types of analysis to maximise your chances of getting quality signals. The two most common types of analysis used by investors here are technical and fundamental analysis.

For technical analysis, consider choosing quality stock charts that report the price of the selected German share in real time and live. Ideally, these charts should allow you to quickly read current and past movements and also display various indicators.

As far as fundamental analysis is concerned, this time it consists of using data other than the share price and more specifically the events and publications that are most likely to have an influence on the share. This may include financial data of the German company such as results or ratios, news data with strategic operations carried out, partnerships, disposals and acquisitions, or data concerning competition or the segments in which the group has its main activities.

The comparison of the signals obtained by these two methods will enable you to maximise the effectiveness of these analyses.