The DAX30 Index of the German Stock Exchange is the most important stock index for Germany. The DAX30 contains the 30 biggest companies, traded on the German Stock Exchange (Deutsche Börse) in Frankfurt. Here we offer an overview of all DAX30 Stocks for 2016:
Which DAX30 Stock has the highest dividend?
Which DAX30 Stock is below book value?
And which DAX30 Stock has the highest PE?
If you want to do a comparison of the DAX30 Stocks on the German Stock Exchange, you usually start with the comparison of the most important stock ratios, such as Price-Earning-Ratio, Price-to-Book Value, Dividend Yield and the performance over one year. These ratios will help you in your investment decision and to evaluate which DAX30 Stocks are cheap or expensive. To select the "right" stocks is not always easy, most investors have not been able to beat the DAX30 index with their own portfolio. Hence, an indexfund (ETF) on the DAX might be an alternative. The ETF invests in all the DAX30 Stocks on the German Stock Exchange and delivers you the DAX Performance with very low fees.
Attached you find the complete list of all DAX30 Stocks on the German Stock Exchange with their financial ratios:
Bluechips are the most valuable chips in the Casino. At the stock market, Blue Chips are the most valuable enterprises of a country. These international companies are usually well diversified and hence less vulnerable then smaller companies. Many of these international Bluechips-Stocks pay currently an attractive dividend yield of over 4% per year.
In the table below, we show you Blue Chip Stocks were the market expects a dividend of 4% and more for 2016 and 2017. Many of these Stocks are attractive priced with a low PE-Ratio and a high Dividend-Yield. Cheap Stocks have a PE-Ratio under 10, hence you have to pay only 10-times the yearly-earnings of that company.
An ETF is a passive instrument, tracking an underlying Index cost efficient and 1:1. The performance of an ETF is just as good as the Index it represents. An outperformance (Alpha) is per definition not possible as the ETF just delivers cheap beta (market exposure).
Smart Beta hence is an alternative approach of a classic, passive ETF mixed with an active stock selection. The ETF itself is still passive but the Index it represents is not static but smart.
Britain's got high dividends! Equities from UK are among the best dividend-payers of the world. A lot of large-cap Bluechip-Stocks are going to pay a high dividend over 4% in 2016. Shares from Great Britain pay traditionally a high dividend to their shareholders.
There is no withholding tax at source in UK. Hence you got paid out the whole dividend. Most companies pay a quarterly dividend and many of them offer the choice to receive the dividend in cash or to reinvest in new shares.
Here you get the list with the best and highest dividend stocks in UK for 2016:
The Swiss Stock Market showed a very robust performance in 2015. Furthermore the Swiss Market SMI proofed to be much more stable and less volatile against negative headlines from Greece to China Growth concerns compared to its European peers. Many smaller companies took advantage from the stable domestic market in Switzerland, while large caps like Nestlé, Novartis or Roche gained from their global diversification and could offset a weak Euro by a strong Dollar.
Switzerland is still being considered as a safe haven for investors due to its political stability, low debt ratio, hard currency and it's dynamic, innovative and high-tech companies. While Government Bonds and Corporate Bonds in Swissfranc are unattractive at a low yield to maturity of 0%, Swiss Stocks with high dividends are still attractive: Many companies pay more than 3% dividend yield and most of the corporations are going to pay higher dividends in 2016 than the year before.