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Armin Schulz

  • IT
  • Trading
  • Technology

Born in Mönchengladbach, he studied business administration in the Netherlands. In the course of his studies he came into contact with the stock exchange for the first time. He has more than 25 years of experience in stock market business.

After graduating, he worked as an IT consultant for a listed company before becoming self-employed, during which time he worked for various DAX-listed companies and a large Swiss insurance company, among others.
Since 2009, he has been exclusively involved in the capital markets, where he was able to gain experience as a day and swing trader, in investor relations and at board level. He was able to live out his passion for numbers in the controlling department of a securities trading house.

For him, fundamental analysis paired with the correct reading of the price action of a market provides the basis for successful trading.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on February 28th, 2022 | 12:43 CET

Alibaba, Hong Lai Huat, BYD - Asia as a safe haven for investments?

  • RealEstate
  • Electromobility

The war in Ukraine is causing falling stock indices on both sides. The sanctions against Russia will be extensive; even Nord Stream 2 has been stopped for the time being, although Olaf Scholz did not want to name the pipeline for a long time when it came to possible sanctions. Many countries are calling for Russia to be excluded from the SWIFT system. However, this would mean that many countries would be harming themselves, as energy imports from Russia would no longer be affordable. The war will have losers on both sides. Investors who still want to make their money work for them can take a closer look at companies from the Asian region. China is neutral in the showdown. Which stocks offer opportunities?


Commented by Armin Schulz on February 23rd, 2022 | 11:00 CET

TeamViewer, Aspermont, Delivery Hero - Digital turnaround candidates in check

  • Digitization

The prospect of an end to the Corona pandemic and raising interest rates was poison for many companies pursuing a digital business model. Many stocks were fundamentally priced expensively and offered the potential for setbacks for that reason alone. In addition, growth is expected to slow once people start going out more after the pandemic. This outlook is not at all palatable to investors. With the recent Ukraine crisis, pressure is building up once again, and it could be a good time to get one or the other turnaround candidate into the portfolio. Today we take a closer look at three companies.


Commented by Armin Schulz on February 21st, 2022 | 13:48 CET

Palantir, Kleos Space, Lufthansa - Security as a megatrend

  • Space
  • bigdata

The topic of security is becoming increasingly important in all areas of our lives. Whether it is building security, corona measures, IT security or retail security companies, almost all areas have been growing for years. In recent times, there are always new crises to master, such as the refugee crisis, the Corona Crisis or currently the Ukraine crisis. People have a permanent feeling of insecurity. The more digital the world becomes, the more critical security for companies and states becomes. Today, we look at three companies for which security is important.


Commented by Armin Schulz on February 18th, 2022 | 09:42 CET

Nel ASA, First Hydrogen, Plug Power - Hydrogen facing new hype?

  • Hydrogen

In January 2021, the sky was full of violins for the shareholders of hydrogen shares. But shortly after, disillusionment set in, and anyone who jumped on the bandwagon too late is still suffering massive price losses today if they didn't get out in time. Since the end of fossil fuels is a done deal, the industry and the transport sector need an alternative. The German government sees green hydrogen as an essential building block for the energy transition in the future. For this reason, the National Hydrogen Strategy was launched and endowed with EUR 9 billion. There is also support for companies in other countries. Today we look at three companies in the hydrogen sector.


Commented by Armin Schulz on February 16th, 2022 | 10:59 CET

Valneva, Cardiol Therapeutics, Pfizer - Great opportunities after setbacks

  • Biotechnology

First, vaccine maker stocks were pushed down by fears of a pandemic ending by the Omicron variant. Add to that a nervous and challenging market environment that has to deal with interest rate hikes and inflation. Late last week, news that Russia's invasion of Ukraine was imminent added further worry lines. All of this is weighing on the markets, but these setbacks also offer investors opportunities. Today, we analyze three turnaround candidates in more detail.


Commented by Armin Schulz on February 14th, 2022 | 11:56 CET

ThyssenKrupp, Defense Metals, Mercedes-Benz Group - Is war coming now?

  • RareEarths

The situation around Ukraine is coming to a head. Last Friday, US citizens were called upon to leave Ukraine immediately. US intelligence services suspect that Russia's invasion could be imminent as early as next Wednesday. Stock markets fell in response. But will Russia really start a war? That remains to be seen, but it is clear that war is also an economic engine, despite the suffering it causes. The defense industry needs rare earths, as does the steel and automotive industries. We highlight three companies around rare earths.


Commented by Armin Schulz on February 11th, 2022 | 11:24 CET

K+S, Tembo Gold, Barrick Gold - Huge opportunity with the right timing

  • Gold

On February 10, market participants waited with bated breath for the inflation figures from the USA. At 6%, inflation was higher than expected. After the US stock market has also risen significantly in the past year, whereas gold hardly moved upwards, it gave little reason to invest one's money in the precious yellow metal. If interest rates rise and stock prices fall, there will be a shift in assets towards gold. The last time we saw this was at the start of the Corona Pandemic when gold hit new highs. With the right timing, high profits beckon.


Commented by Armin Schulz on February 9th, 2022 | 13:42 CET

Infineon, BrainChip, AMD - Chip industry holds enormous potential

  • Technology

The chip industry is not even close to keeping up with production, which will remain the case in 2022. Overall, the industry's revenues increased by about 25%, partly due to manufacturers' price increases. To meet demand, companies are investing in their production facilities. Micron plans to invest USD 150 billion, Intel USD 20 billion. Due to the new developments in electric vehicles, artificial intelligence, cloud computing and the continuously growing data centers, demand will also likely increase further in the coming years. We, therefore, take a look at three chipmakers.


Commented by Armin Schulz on February 7th, 2022 | 12:14 CET

Bayer, Perimeter Medical Imaging AI, Siemens Healthineers - Diagnostics as an upcoming trend in the pharmaceutical industry

  • medtech

The Corona pandemic has made many people aware of the importance of diagnostics. Without PCR and antigen tests, it would have been impossible to control the incidence of infection. But it is not only in this area that things have changed in the last 2 years. Diagnostics are becoming increasingly digitized, and so more and more tech companies are entering the market that originally had nothing to do with the pharmaceutical industry. The better the diagnostics, the earlier diseases can be detected and treated. It is a future topic in pharma. We look at three companies from this sector today.


Commented by Armin Schulz on February 4th, 2022 | 13:56 CET

Infineon, MAS Gold, E.ON - Inflation and supply bottlenecks cause rising prices

  • Gold

According to the Federal Statistical Office, inflation in Germany was 4.9% in January. Experts had expected only 4.4%. Inflation rates were particularly high for energy prices. According to ECB President Lagarde, an interest rate increase is not currently under discussion. However, since Lagarde had already miscalculated the inflation rate, there are more and more voices saying that the ECB will have to raise interest rates after all. The Fed has already hinted at an interest rate hike in March. In addition to inflation, supply bottlenecks are causing prices to rise. The automotive industry still has too few chips to ramp up production again. Today, we look at three companies benefiting from the circumstances.