Hello! We are a fund wanting to diversify into futures, we are using a systematic trend following approach. It is essential for us to choose only those futures which exhibit very few (if any) gaps between sessions (between days). The EUREX exchange has the severe disability that it does not offer "near-24" trading similar to the US, which is a huge problem for us in Europe. We have been doing quite a bit of research on the futures traded on EUREX and it appears as if it is only the DAX-30 which complies with this requirement. Is there any reason why the DAX is showing so few gaps as opposed to the SMI future and the EURO STOXX 50, and even the Interest Rate Derivatives? It will be a shame to eliminate all those from our basket. But why is the DAX behaving so well? Thank you for your thoughts!