Recon Capital DAX Germany ETF (DAX)

23.89
NASDAQ : n.a.
Prev Close 23.89
Day Low/High 0.00 / 0.00
52 Wk Low/High 21.29 / 27.59
Avg Volume 3.80K
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 549.95K
Market Cap 13.03M
Div & Yield 0.51 (2.20%)

John Jacobs Joins Recon Capital Partners' Board

Veteran Nasdaq executive John Jacobs, whose experience includes creating the company's index business, has joined the Board of Trustees of Recon Capital Partners, the innovative exchange-traded fund (ETF) issuer behind the...

Why European Stocks Still Have an Edge Over U.S. Shares

Though both stock markets have been pummeled over the past month, analysts think the Eurozone continues to offer the best prospects for investors.

Recon Capital Partners To Launch New ETF Platform

In an effort to develop and enhance its single-point-solution exchange traded fund (ETF) platform, Recon Capital Partners has turned to consulting firm Global ETF Advisors, led by industry veteran Richard Keary.

We Didn't Get the Panic, but Ought to Rally

But I'd view a lethargic rally as bearish.

If Jobs Boost Market, Can It Stay Up?

Lots of data to deal with on Friday.

Recon Capital Partners Enters Strategic Engagement With Brazilian RIA

Recon Capital Partners, the issuer behind the Recon Capital FTSE 100 ETF and the Recon Capital DAX Germany ETF, has increased its global distribution efforts and strengthened its commitment to continue delivering global...

Recon Capital Launches The Only ETF To Track Germany’s DAX: Recon Capital DAX Germany ETF (Symbol: DAX)

Recon Capital, an investment firm and Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) provider, began trading the Recon Capital DAX Germany ETF (NASDAQ:DAX) on the NASDAQ Global Market today.

How to Profit From European Stimulus Expectations

If you back the opinion of hedge fund manager David Tepper that Europe's Central Bank will need to ease soon, go for Austrian, Dutch or Italian stocks -- bonds have done their dash.

Jim Cramer Says The Ukraine-Russia Conflict Is Causing U.S. Problems

Speculation abounds that interest rates could drop despite extremely strong U.S. data, and Jim Cramer brings up his three "black holes" in that regard: the Ukraine/Russia conflict, Japan and China. Cramer calls Japan "a disaster" after the nation heavily increased taxes, but department store sales are down 10%; therefore, investors should keep an eye on Japan. He adds China could be decelerating more than anticipated, which also worries people. But Cramer says the Ukraine/Russia conflict is causing the real problem. He believes rich Russian oligarchs are buying U.S. bonds, but more importantly he compares Russia's recent actions with Germany's in 1937 and 1939. Cramer says this sort of international tension will always cause problems. Cramer is worried about all three of these issues because "every time we go up big, you're going to hear about them again."

Jim Cramer: Ukraine and Russia Are Causing Us a Real Problem

Amid speculation that interest rates could drop despite strong U.S. economic data, Jim Cramer addresses what he calls the three 'black holes': China, Japan and the Ukraine/Russia conflict.

Futures Mixed, Amazon Ups Game

Futures are mixed ahead of the U.S. open, Amazon is raising the stakes in the e-commerce delivery game and Jim Cramer has his eye on shares of Wellpoint.

Why The Market Pause May End

The market may revisit highs later in the year.