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DAXplus Maximum Sharpe Ratio Germany

Summary

The investment concept from the Nobel Prize winner DAXplus® Maximum Sharpe Ratio Indices are based on Harry M. Markowitz's Nobel Prize-winning principles of portfolio theory and offer investors an optimum risk-adjusted investment opportunity.  Traditional indices track a basket of companies that are weighted according to their (free float) market capitalization. From a portfolio theory perspective, however, these indices are not optimum as they do not lie on Markowitz’s efficiency line: by weighting the companies in the index differently, better performance can be achieved with the same level of risk. The best portfolio in terms of risk is one that maximizes the risk-adjusted performance, which is also known as the Sharpe Ratio. DAXplus® Maximum Sharpe Ratio Indices chart these optimized portfolios and readjust them on a regular basis. The DAXplus® Maximum Sharpe Ratio Germany is the first index to enable investors to benefit directly and systematically from the principles of portfolio theory.  Deutsche Börse thus offers the world’s first strictly rule-based, transparent and easily replicable index innovation that tracks passive risk/return-optimized investment strategies in a straightforward and cost-effective way.

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Symbol
DXMSGGBP
Calculation
Realtime
Dissemination Period
09:00-18:00 CET
ISIN
DE000A0ME7T0
Bloomberg ID
BBG000WCDKW3
Last Value
1,057.02 +3.36 (+0.32%)
As of 05:50 pm CET
Week to Week Change
-2.37%
52 Week Change
18.16%
Year to Date Change
13.31%
Daily Low
1054.47
Daily High
1058.85
52 Week Low
835.177 Jul 2023
52 Week High
1088.609910 May 2024

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