The Dax often has a strong time of year around the Q4 heading into year-end. However, some individual stocks in the DAX also have very strong seasonals. Deutsche Post AG is one of those stocks. It is one of the world’s largest courier companies and operates in Germany with its headquarters in Bonn.

Over the last 15 years, Deutsche Post has risen 12 times between November 10 and December 02. The average gain has been +2.85%. The largest gain was +10.30% in 2008. The largest loss was -8.84% in 2010. There is never any guarantee that this seasonal pattern will repeat again this year. However, it is very helpful to notice when these strong seasonal patterns are in place.

Major Trade Risks: The main risk to this seasonal pattern would be if the Fed respond to rising inflation by bringing forward interest rate hikes.