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Fabian Lorenz

  • Small-Caps
  • Micro-Caps

For more than twenty years, the Cologne native has been intensively involved with the stock market, both professionally and privately. He is particularly passionate about national and international small and micro caps.

He first came into contact with the stock market and shares during his banking apprenticeship. After completing this in 2000, he gained his first journalistic experience in the editorial department of a financial portal. During his subsequent studies in business administration, he also worked in the area of investor relations.

Since then, he has remained true to the capital markets and is excited to report on every newly discovered interesting story - as well as on long-standing success stories.

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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on March 17th, 2022 | 11:12 CET

TUI, Lufthansa, mm2 Asia: Shares for the opening after Corona

  • Tourism
  • entertainment

Currently, the news surrounding Russia's war of aggression dominates the capital market. A second event that has a significant impact on share prices: is the COVID-19 pandemic. And even if the daily infection figures are still at record levels, Germany is on the verge of dropping measures. Other countries are even further along. Companies are likely to benefit from this. For example, the tourism group TUI and Deutsche Lufthansa. TUI sees considerable pent-up demand, and Lufthansa is benefiting from the optimism of a competitor. However, analysts are still skeptical about both. The Asian entertainment company mm2 Asia should also benefit from upcoming concerts and cinema openings. In the first half of 2021, sales have already more than doubled.


Commented by Fabian Lorenz on March 15th, 2022 | 11:56 CET

Nordex, K+S, Defense Metals: Shares for the "inflationary shock"?

  • RareEarths
  • Inflation

Russia's war in Ukraine is causing massive dislocations in the commodity markets. Not only for oil and gas but also for metals and agricultural commodities. The consequences are clear: Everything is getting more expensive. At the same time, resources outside Russia and China are becoming strategically more important. That speaks in favor of the German potash producer K+S. However, the share has already done very well, with analysts issuing warnings. The situation is different for Defense Metals. The Canadian rare earth explorer is described as an "undiscovered pearl" with takeover fantasy. In the meantime, renewable energy must also be called a commodity. Nordex benefits from this and receives tailwinds from analysts. But, there are also problems at the wind turbine manufacturer, and these need to be solved.


Commented by Fabian Lorenz on March 10th, 2022 | 10:22 CET

Nordex, K+S, Desert Gold: Commodities out of control

  • Gold
  • Commodities

While the broad stock market suffers from Russia's war of aggression in Ukraine, commodities are becoming increasingly expensive. On Tuesday, the price of nickel had doubled, and the London Metal Exchange even suspended trading. Prices are also going through the roof for virtually all other commodities such as oil, gold, gas and wheat. Accordingly, shares from these sectors are currently in demand. Such as the potash producer K+S because large competitors from Russia and Belarus are currently cut off from the world market. Analysts have recently been cautious. Desert Gold is benefiting from the high gold price. In addition, the Canadian explorer has published promising resource estimates. Driven by the political announcements to replace fossil fuels even faster with renewable energies, Nordex was one of the past week's winners. Now, however, the Company has published sobering figures. But hope remains.


Commented by Fabian Lorenz on March 8th, 2022 | 12:07 CET

Nel, Hensoldt, Perimeter Medical: Hype share or sustainably attractive?

  • medtech
  • Technology
  • defense
  • Hydrogen

Since Russia's attack on Ukraine, the world has turned upside down. Also, the stock market. The volatility is extreme, as is the uncertainty of many investors. It is worth taking a look at companies in sectors with good long-term prospects. More than ever, these include renewable energies and, as of almost two weeks ago, "unfortunately" also the defense industry. Hydrogen is a key technology, and Nel ASA is a specialist in this field. However, insider sales are causing uncertainty. The same happened at Hensoldt after a major shareholder cashed in - but only for a short time. Medical technology is on the sidelines these days, although companies like Perimeter are working on life-saving technologies.


Commented by Fabian Lorenz on March 3rd, 2022 | 11:47 CET

Plug Power, Hensoldt, Saturn Oil + Gas: Will the price rally continue?

  • Oil

Until recently, it seemed unthinkable, but it has become a reality: the price of Brent oil is trading above USD 110, a multi-year high. The German armed forces are to receive EUR 100 billion in special funds. In addition, according to Chancellor Scholz, NATO's 2% target is to be met in the future. And renewable energies are described by politicians of all parties as strategically important "freedom energies". These drastic developments are currently moving share prices. The value of the defense company Hensoldt has doubled within a few days, and a new major customer beckons. Hydrogen specialist Plug Power has also posted double-digit gains but missed analysts' estimates operationally in 2021. Saturn Oil & Gas shares have not yet benefited from the high oil price. After the successful takeover, the knot could now burst.


Commented by Fabian Lorenz on March 1st, 2022 | 11:40 CET

Nordex, Rheinmetall, Triumph Gold: Russia crisis causes price swings

  • Gold

Since last Thursday, war has been raging in the euro, and the world has been spinning faster. Over the weekend, Chancellor Scholz announced a new defense and energy policy for Germany in response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine. The German armed forces is to receive EUR 100 billion as special assets. In addition, according to Chancellor Scholz, NATO's 2% target is to be met in the future. Energy independence is to be increased by, among other things, two German LNG terminals. Finance Minister Lindner calls renewables "freedom energies." Accordingly, shares in Nordex and Rheinmetall were in strong demand on Monday. The price of gold also picked up, with Triumph Gold's shares posting double-digit gains.


Commented by Fabian Lorenz on February 24th, 2022 | 12:17 CET

Analysts on TeamViewer, Allianz, Altech: Game-changer potential

  • Investments
  • Electromobility

The Ukraine crisis is currently shaking up the capital markets. But such a time also offers the opportunity to analyze one's portfolio and make changes where necessary. The assessments of analysts can help here. With TeamViewer, Allianz and Altech Advanced Materials, we present opinions on companies of different sizes and sectors. The figures and outlook of insurance giant Allianz have convinced analysts. TeamViewer's stock has recovered from its lows in recent weeks, but analysts are still predominantly cautious. When people think of German battery technology, they usually think of Varta. But there is also an exciting microcap. Game-changer potential is seen in Altech.


Commented by Fabian Lorenz on February 22nd, 2022 | 12:01 CET

The boss sells at Nel ASA - Plug Power and dynaCERT with news

  • Hydrogen

Growth stocks are having a hard time in the current stock market environment. The Ukraine crisis, rising interest rates and high inflation mean that investors prefer value stocks. Even the long-celebrated beneficiaries of the energy transition have taken a significant hit. However, the long-term positive outlook for the sector has not changed. Today we look at Nel ASA, Plug Power and dynaCERT. At dynaCERT, the correction has been going on for a year now, and management changes can provide new impetus. At Nel, the outgoing CEO is selling shares in a big way, causing renewed investor frustration. Plug Power, on the other hand, shows strength and expands into an exciting area through an acquisition and partnerships.


Commented by Fabian Lorenz on February 17th, 2022 | 15:21 CET

Deutsche Bank, Mercedes-Benz, Memiontec: Investors take action

  • Technology

Tech is out. In uncertain times, investors turn to conservative stocks. This is the case at present. The environment is characterized by the Ukraine crisis, high inflation and rising interest rates. Numerous high-flyers from the technology sector have been brought back down to earth. At the same time, conservative shares from the financial sector, for example, are making a comeback. Deutsche Bank is one of them. The share has made significant gains in recent weeks. The same applies to the shares of Mercedes-Benz, where analysts see further room for improvement. In addition, the automotive sector is benefiting from a failed emergency motion by the Green Party. In recent weeks, water treatment specialist Memiontec has also held up well, and investors speculate on an upward breakout.


Commented by Fabian Lorenz on February 16th, 2022 | 11:28 CET

Steinhoff, TUI, Hong Lai Huat: Top News!

  • RealEstate

The Ukraine crisis, inflation and rising interest rates currently have the capital markets firmly in their grip. But even in these uncertain times, companies surprise positively, and there are exciting investment opportunities. For example, the shares of TUI and Steinhoff were up on Tuesday. News-driven gains. At Steinhoff, an important deadline for creditors expires in May. After two years of the pandemic, the desire to travel for Germans is greater than ever. The tourism group TUI benefits from this, and Lufthansa will continue to fly to Mallorca with the Boeing 747. The exciting real estate company Hong Lai Huat offers investors an interesting opportunity tomorrow, February 17.