Born in Bielefeld, she studied German, English and psychology. The emergence of the Internet in the early '90s led her from university to training in graphic design and marketing communications. After years of agency work in corporate branding, she switched to publishing and learned her editorial craft at Hubert Burda Media.
She discovered the world of the stock market in 1998. With her passion for innovation and digitalization, she focused on companies from the technology and healthcare sectors early on.
Analyzing fundamentals, business models and their scalability is as much her passion as thinking into complex future scenarios. Since 2019, she has regularly organized stock exchange roundtables and attended international investment events to deepen and pass on her knowledge.
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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on February 2nd, 2023 | 08:00 CET
Global copper demand is estimated to double by 2035, requiring new mines, mine expansions and technological improvements at existing mines to boost production. One beneficiary of this boom is Kodiak Copper. Assay results from the recently completed drilling in late 2022 have increased the known mineralized envelope at both the Gate & Prime Zone discoveries at its British Columbia project. At the 6th International Investment Forum on February 15, CEO Claudia Tornquist will share more about this with interested investors. BASF is also taking steps to bridge the looming copper shortages due to high demand. A new cooperation is expected to accelerate copper mining. JinkoSolar, on the other hand, as a user of the highly sought-after metal, has struck another new deal. Hedge fund managers are excited.Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on January 27th, 2023 | 11:45 CET
Central and Northern Europe are firmly enveloped in wintry temperatures. BASF AG's balance sheet is just as frosty as the current weather because its subsidiary Wintershall Dea is no longer doing business with Russia. The consequence for BASF is a minus of EUR 1.4 billion. Business is entirely different for RWE, with the figures exceeding analyst expectations. Thanks to the commodity trading division, the Company is doing exceptionally well, so DZ Bank has set RWE at "Buy" with a fair value of EUR 53 per share. Valuable raw materials such as oil and gas are extracted by the Canadian company of the same name, Saturn Oil & Gas. Thanks to a new takeover, their production potential has increased by a whopping 140%.Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on January 26th, 2023 | 20:10 CET
One of Norway's largest financial services companies is increasing its equity stake in Plug Power, the US hydrogen fuel cell company. The reason: Nikola Motors has selected the Company to upgrade its new e-mobility fleet with clean fuel cells. Freyr Battery also has similar ambitions. Here, Impact Clean Power Technology, the Polish manufacturer of battery systems for heavy-duty vehicles, has signed an agreement with Freyr to purchase clean batteries. Both big deals have one thing in common: demand for rare earths and valuable metals to make green technologies a reality. That is where Auxico Resources, a mineral exploration company focused on Africa, comes in.Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on January 19th, 2023 | 11:23 CET
Apple shines with its new Mac Mini. Gone are the days of Intel processors. With their in-house M2 chips, a new consumer group of young creatives such as influencers, podcasters and other media professionals have an entry-level model at a fair price. No wonder the demand for metals like lithium is multiplying. The Canadian company Power Nickel can make excellent use of this boom. In its current drilling program, the results indicate high nickel deposits. This raw material is also of particular interest to Volkswagen. The group wants to invest in Canadian mines and is building six battery plants to produce and equip its EVs.Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on January 13th, 2023 | 12:10 CET
First Hydrogen Corp., Volkswagen, Mercedes-Benz Group - Hydrogen or electric drive, who will win the race in Automotive?
Europe is gearing up for a zero-emission sweeping blow. Volkswagen and the Mercedes-Benz Group, two globally producing automotive groups, are launching the electric initiative to say goodbye to the combustion engine quickly. The Canadian company First Hydrogen Corp., on the other hand, is benefiting from its own agility and, together with its strong cooperation partners, is already in the test phase for hydrogen-powered vans on British roads. Its USP is the 360-degree solution for fleet operators. Hydrogen is ahead of battery-powered electric vehicles in terms of range - who will win the race for CO2-free powertrains in Europe?Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on January 3rd, 2023 | 08:38 CET
Desert Gold Ventures, Amazon, Volkswagen - Commodities in hot demand, while big tech and Automotive in a nosedive
The new stock market year is starting with a strong pole position for commodities and companies like Desert Gold Ventures, which is looking for gold in Mali. Mali is the third-largest gold-producing country in the world. Desert Gold Ventures' 'SMSZ Project' already surrounds 6 active gold mines, and drilling for 2023 is secured. Things remain shaky for big tech companies like Amazon and automotive like Volkswagen. Can the past Christmas sales bring Amazon's once largest pillar back into the black? Will the Wolfsburg-based company recapture its market power through restructuring in procurement?Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on January 2nd, 2023 | 11:49 CET
Gold is a key ingredient in the telecom industry. If Apple scales up its iPhone and iPad production in India with partner BYD, the demand for gold will increase immensely. Canadian explorer Tocvan Ventures specializes in exploring and mining gold sites in Mexico. After successfully exploring the area in the "Pilar Project", the Company is going to the next round. Analysis of the percentage of gold in the current drilling is pending. Things could also be looking up again for BASF. Subsidiary Wintershall Dea has discovered a hot commodity in the Norwegian Sea.Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on December 29th, 2022 | 09:27 CET
Aspermont, Amazon and flatexDEGIRO combine rapid customer growth in digital times. As a digital publishing pioneer, Aspermont is a frontrunner for high-quality content in the mining, energy and agriculture sectors. Financials from the fiscal year 2022 prove it. According to insiders, Amazon is trying its hand at its own sports app. The Company recently suffered a defeat in the battle for streaming rights. Big tech giant google secured a lucrative NFL package. Likewise, flatex has secured the user accounts of DEGIRO. Since 2019 and now after the merger, the listed broker has recorded customer growth of 500%. That also makes BaFin sit up and take notice.Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on December 23rd, 2022 | 08:00 CET
Around the world, patients are used to swallowing medicines in pill form. Sales of oral, fixed-dose drugs alone accounted for a whopping 23.8% of the global pharmaceutical drug delivery market in 2021. That is reason enough for Canadian biotech company BioNxt Solutions to further expand its strategic pole position. BioNxt Solutions secures further rights to a unique platform technology in this segment. Caution is currently the order of the day for MorphoSys. Analysts downgrade the target price from EUR 16 to EUR 12 after a disappointing Q3. BioNTech, on the other hand, can expand its dominance. The Mainz-based company is scaling up in the Asia-Pacific region with new production sites.Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on December 22nd, 2022 | 16:09 CET
Almonty Industries is creating the first underground LTE security network for mine workers and production equipment in cooperation with Korea Telecom. The technology will enable work at the Sangdong Mine to proceed more safely and quickly. Tungsten is used in smartphones and other applications. As one of the largest smartphone producers, Apple is expanding its business in India. 5% of iPhone production is to be handled from there. This is a consequence of the lockdown experience with China. Armaments giant Rheinmetall, on the other hand, is enjoying an order from South Africa.Read