Get out of German stocks? Not quite

Get out of German stocks?  Not quite
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The leading index Dax has just doubled since 2010. During this period, the broad US benchmark S&P 500 quadrupled.

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Frankfurt In the past, there was relatively little money to be made with German shares. Now the consequences of the energy crisis are on top of that. “The worse development of the German stock exchange compared to Europe, but also compared to the world stock index should therefore continue,” expects the well-known fund manager Jens Ehrhardt, head of the asset manager DJE Kapital. It’s no wonder that many fund professionals only give Germany a sideways glance.

But that is not the only assessment of the German market: Others also see buying opportunities. The Handelsblatt gives an overview.

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