Born and raised in Hannover, Lower Saxony follows social and economic developments around the globe. The large number of journeys and participation in events have enabled him to build up a personal network.
As a passionate entrepreneur and columnist he explains and compares the most diverse business models as well as markets for interested stock traders. Besides precious metals and energy sources, innovations from various industries are of particular interest.
Since the 1990s, extensive experience in the capital market from various perspectives has been gained. The anecdotes from this time are now paired with the expert knowledge from his business studies in the current commentaries in an entertaining way.
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Commented by Mario Hose on March 12th, 2020 | 12:17 CET
Modern society unites one goal, the world should become cleaner and more environmentally friendly. Responsible companies continuously strive to implement ways to improve the way they interact with people and nature. In line with citizens' desires for greater prosperity and security, advances in mobility and energy supply are among the priorities of politics and business. Hydrogen will become increasingly important in the coming years, but innovative technologies for now and today, based on existing engines, will make a valuable contribution to environmental protection. It is best to start positioning yourself now for the time after the corona crisis.Read
Commented by Mario Hose on March 10th, 2020 | 11:40 CET
The oil industry around the globe had an unexpected start to the week, marked by a collapse in the price of oil. Last Friday, WTI was still trading at over USD 41.00 per barrel and at the start of the week the price fell briefly to below USD 28.00 per barrel. This was preceded by the announcement that Saudi Arabia will increase its production volume because Russia will not participate in a joint cutback. The defiant reaction of Saudi Arabia sent the oil price and the stock markets around the globe into a downward spiral.Read
Commented by Mario Hose on March 9th, 2020 | 12:41 CET
The global economy is facing major challenges as the outbreak of the current corona virus disrupts supply chains in manufacturing and causes a collapse in demand for many products and services. Stock market professionals are reminded of 2008, when the US bank Lehman Brothers went bankrupt in the context of the subprime crisis and Hypo Real Estate in Germany had to be state-owned in order to avert the total collapse of the global economy.Read
Commented by Mario Hose on March 6th, 2020 | 10:21 CET
The West of Africa is rich in raw materials. Well-known companies are present in Senegal and Mali and are exploring for gold deposits there. In 2018, Mali produced the fourth largest quantity of gold in all of Africa, with more than 2 million ounces. In addition to producers, exploration companies are also active there and are exploring the geology through appropriate drilling. Usually, the aim of these often smaller companies is to explore a portfolio of areas for deposits in order to subsequently sell them to producers if successful. A perfect environment for mergers and acquisitions.Read
Commented by Mario Hose on March 5th, 2020 | 13:01 CET
Last week the shares of hydrogen companies were traded volatile. Profit-taking combined with the general panic on the stock markets caused sharp price losses. Those who have so far only watched from the sidelines can now enter the market. According to the motto: 'be greedy when others are fearful', investors have been able to take advantage of attractive entry prices in recent days. It is now becoming clear that central banks and governments are concertedly tackling the consequences of the current corona virus for the economy, and the DAX and DOW have already moved away from their lows.Read
Commented by Mario Hose on March 4th, 2020 | 14:10 CET
Modern society lives on the Internet, or rather, everything that can be done and benefits online is done that way. Apart from the advantages that costly ways are saved, everything is done faster and decision-making processes are shortened. The more convenient and attractive the offer is, the more successful the companies that have positioned themselves in this segment will be. The charm of established platforms on the Internet is the access to the customer and the scalability.Read
Commented by Mario Hose on March 4th, 2020 | 07:27 CET
In times of price fluctuations, so-called 'buy on dips' strategy can be an effective method of achieving a favorable entry price for listed companies. Global trends as a framework can be decisive for a successful investment decision. For a modern society, the healthcare sector has become a particularly important sector. In addition to the desire for a long life with health and care, there is also an increasing demand for products and therapies that can fulfil couples' desire to have children. There is a broad spectrum and as an investor it is worth taking a look at the companies.Read
Commented by Mario Hose on February 28th, 2020 | 05:58 CET
The price of a troy ounce of gold has risen significantly over the past 12 months. Based on the USD, the precious metal has risen from below 1,270.00 to over 1,650.00 per troy ounce. In comparison, the value converted into EUR rose from under 1,150.00 to over 1,500.00. Over a ten-year period, the price of the troy ounce of gold rose by 48.18% in USD and by as much as 83.00% in EUR. As a fear indicator, this price development speaks a clear language. It is therefore advisable for investors to look at the value chain of gold.Read
Commented by Mario Hose on February 27th, 2020 | 06:20 CET
At the moment the stock markets are on a downward trend and the majority of shares have moved away from their recent highs. A healthy attitude towards life can sometimes still enable you to find a lucrative opportunity in a difficult situation. Those who have so far failed to position themselves in the hot future topics of energy and nutrition can once again strike at prices that were possible about a month ago. An opportunity like time travel. A second chance for investors is obvious.Read
Commented by Mario Hose on February 26th, 2020 | 14:50 CET
It is generally assumed that the management and supervisory boards of companies have an information advantage over the public and for this reason they are subject to different reporting requirements depending on the stock exchange segment. In practice, this may mean that management and supervisory boards must publish the trades they have made. Published purchases or sales by persons who know the company particularly well can provide an indication of expected developments.Read