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André Will-Laudien

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Born in Munich, he first studied economics and graduated in business administration at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in 1995. As he was involved with the stock market at a very early stage, he now has more than 30 years of experience in the capital markets. In the historic dot.com year 2000, he trained as a CEFA analyst in Frankfurt and has since then accompanied over 20 IPOs in Germany.

Until 2018, he held various positions at banks as an asset manager, capital market and macro expert as well as fundamental equity analyst. He is passionate about the energy, commodity and technology markets as well as the tactical and strategic asset allocation of liquid investment products. As an expert speaker at investment committee meetings of funds as well as at customer events, he can still describe the course of the 1987 crash, one of the major buying opportunities of the last 33 years on the stock market.

Today, he knows that the profit in shares is not necessarily the result of buying cheaply, but above all of avoiding mistakes and recognizing in good time when markets are ready to let air out. After all, in addition to basic fundamental analysis, investing in stocks is above all a phenomenon of global liquidity and this must be monitored regularly.


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Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 13th, 2023 | 07:45 CET

Uranium, lithium or gold? The climate conference tells us which way to go! BYD, Globex Mining, VW and Mercedes!

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • Lithium
  • Gold

At the international climate conference in Dubai, several Arab countries sharply criticized and ultimately rejected the global move away from fossil fuels. The move by Western countries is an "aggressive attack", said Kuwaiti Oil Minister Saad Hamad Nasser al-Barrak yesterday, Tuesday. "I am astonished by this extraordinary insistence on depriving people and many countries of their basic source of energy. This approach is racist and colonialist," al-Barrak continued. This means that there will be no decision on a global phase-out of oil and gas with the OPEC states. Therefore, the current World Climate Conference is likely to be inconclusive or conclude with unilateral declarations from the EU. However, there is much to suggest that commodities that positively impact the global climate will remain on the import list of industrialized countries. Which shares should be considered in this mixed situation?

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 12th, 2023 | 13:40 CET

Game Changer in Cancer - The Biotech Gold List for 2024! MorphoSys, Defence Therapeutics, BioNTech and Bayer

  • Biotechnology
  • Pharma
  • Cancer

The International Agency for Research on Cancer estimates the number of cancer deaths worldwide for the year 2022 to be around 10 million. However, the number of new cancer cases in the same year amounted to around 20 million, and cancer is still considered incurable. Lung cancer remains the sad frontrunner, claiming the most lives worldwide. Colorectal and stomach cancer follow at a considerable distance. However, since the original launch of the "Cancer Moonshot" in 2016, the fight against this incurable disease in the US has made some progress in the realization of therapies. Recently, there has been an increase in success stories from many biotech companies, and investors' enthusiasm is palpable once again. Where are the Biotech game changers lurking for the 2024 investment year?

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 12th, 2023 | 06:40 CET

Climate conference and Venice turns green! Oil remains in demand; goodbye hydrogen? Nel ASA, Prospera Energy and Plug Power in Focus

  • Hydrogen
  • Oil
  • renewableenergies

Too little, too slow, too half-hearted! Climate activists in Italy have drawn attention to themselves with a spectacular campaign. The "Extinction Rebellion" group members painted the famous Grand Canal in Venice fluorescent green. Some activists abseiled from the Rialto Bridge over the central canal of the northern Italian lagoon city on Saturday afternoon and poured dye into the water. Their action was intended to protest against the "ridiculous progress" made at the COP28 World Climate Conference in Dubai. "We are tired, we have had enough of being taken for fools by our governments and knowing that our future is in danger while politicians do nothing," they said in a statement to the press. How do we tackle the energy issues of the future? A look at selected energy stocks paints a clear picture.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 11th, 2023 | 07:30 CET

Gold and Silver in 2024 - Breakout or Crash? Blackrock Silver, TUI and Lufthansa should show their colors now!

  • Mining
  • Silver
  • Gold
  • Tourism
  • travel

A new record high for the DAX at 16,782 - who would have thought it? The stock market is anything but boring at the moment. Gold started the week at a new all-time high of USD 2,147 in Asian trading, then sold off and even fell below the USD 2,000 mark again over the course of the week. Although the central banks are currently absorbing 30% of production, the price is unable to hold steady at the top. This is likely due to the lower-than-expected inflation at the beginning of the last quarter of the year. All in all, lower inflation also means lower interest rates. This is actually a bullish signal for gold and silver, but things often turn out differently than expected. On the consumption side, the tourism market should also be considered due to higher household budgets. Is this where the top yields for the coming year are hiding?

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 7th, 2023 | 08:50 CET

Snow chaos and climate madness, who is playing in the Premier League of the energy transition? Nel ASA, Power Nickel and Plug Power under the microscope

  • Mining
  • Nickel
  • BatteryMetals
  • renewableenergies
  • Energy

Snow chaos and new record highs. While the DAX 40 demonstrates itself as the world's best blue-chip index, the German economy is currently navigating downward. It is not the earnings outlook that is presently driving share prices but the hope of lower interest rates. Meanwhile, the endless climate debates in Dubai continue. Among realists, however, there must be fears that the local oil lobby will not let a German know-it-all put a stop to the lavish margins with fossil fuels. There will, at least, be a friendly Arab nod to the 2050 climate goals and exclusive indulgence for the high-ranking German delegation. Whether this justifies federal expenditure of more than EUR 50 million is something we will leave uncommented. More important is a look at the top titles of the upcoming energy transition - where is the next 100 percenter lurking?

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 5th, 2023 | 06:30 CET

Next lithium boom in 2024? Freyr Battery, Edison Lithium, VW, Mercedes - Where are the 100% gainers?

  • Mining
  • Lithium
  • RareEarths
  • Batteries
  • Electromobility

The year 2024 promises to be highly interesting, that much is certain. The so-called electric boom has not yet taken place, and the falling lithium price of minus 80% in the current year speaks volumes. Of course, major investments such as a relatively expensive electric vehicle depend on the general situation and subsidies. However, neither of these contextual factors bode well. On the contrary, state subsidies are falling, and high inflation is weighing on private household budgets. So why not get the good old diesel through the MOT again? After all, continuing to drive an old vehicle is 100 times more sustainable than buying a new electric vehicle with rare and difficult-to-extract metals. While green thoughts are commendable, the costly construction of so-called gigafactories continues. On the stock market, the question arises: Who will ultimately emerge as the winner?

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 4th, 2023 | 07:30 CET

COP28 Climate Summit in Dubai boosts uranium shares! Cameco, GoviEx Uranium, Siemens Energy and E.ON in focus

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • nuclear
  • renewableenergies

With a raised finger, Chancellor Scholz calls for a global shift away from fossil fuels in Dubai. Climate change remains "the great global challenge of our time". He is thus appealing to the almost 200 countries, which are holding energetic consultations until mid-December, to join in the energy transition formulated in Germany. Specifically, he proposed an agreement on two binding targets that are already consensus among the industrialized countries of the G20: One is to triple the expansion of renewable energy, and the other is to double energy efficiency - both by the year 2030. So far, more than 110 countries have agreed to expand green energy production at this rate. However, there is also the opposing party: around 20 countries want to almost triple their investment in nuclear energy. Where are the winners hiding?

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on November 29th, 2023 | 09:50 CET

DAX on record course, hydrogen sell-off! Plug Power, First Hydrogen, Nel ASA and Daimler Truck on the test bench

  • Hydrogen
  • greenhydrogen
  • renewableenergies

The DAX is soaring because most investors expect interest rates to fall. Based on the assumption of slower growth, investors are again focusing on cyclically sensitive stocks at the turn of the year. According to the expectation curves for ECB and FED interest rates, the first downward adjustments are already expected in Q2. The key factors here are the slight fall in inflation and the central banks' desire to cushion the potential downturn. Despite all the euphoria, the desire to buy is currently bypassing the hydrogen sector. Representatives of the sector are the stock market losers of 2023. Is there still a possibility of a quick rebound in 2024? We do the math.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on November 28th, 2023 | 07:00 CET

GreenTech 2024 - The turnaround analysis: Siemens Energy, Almonty Industries, JinkoSolar and Nordex. Is the turnaround near?

  • Mining
  • Tungsten
  • renewableenergies
  • GreenTech

The Western hemisphere is experiencing unprecedented inflation due to the impact of Corona and subsequent geopolitical conflicts. This time, it is not a boom causing prices to explode but the scarcity of raw materials, manpower and capital. The rise in interest rates is making infrastructure projects worldwide more expensive and jeopardizing the implementation of climate projects. In such an environment, GreenTech companies try to plan carefully, but they are still dependent on the support of public budgets. After sharp price corrections this year, investors can now enter the market a good 50% below the highs, but has the bottom already been reached?

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on November 27th, 2023 | 07:00 CET

Turnaround Special: 60 billion financial hole - Not with us! TUI, Desert Gold, Bayer and Lufthansa - Get in now!

  • Mining
  • Gold
  • travel
  • Pharma

When the stock market is booming almost every day, it is easy to lose sight of the loss-makers of 2023. But it does not have to continue like this! The market regularly rotates through segments, so today's losers will soon be the winners again. This is already evident with TUI and Lufthansa, who are slowly emerging from the Corona shock. Bayer is halting a promising drug and still has to deal with legal disputes. The current situation and the rising gold trend speak in favor of Desert Gold. Let's take a look at the values of tomorrow.

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