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 September 3rd, 2020 | 07:20 CEST
Investors and speculators have a common interest: they want to make money. While investors usually plan for a longer time frame, speculators often just wait for the next good company news, then exit and move on. Listed companies that are the focus of attention and show a certain degree of volatility offer an excellent opportunity for both investment profiles - especially on weak days. There are good reasons why three companies are particularly interesting at the moment.Read
Commented by Mario Hose on September 1st, 2020 | 11:56 CEST
In the past, people have accepted that it usually takes about ten years to get a vaccine on the market. Careful testing with proof of success is required for a preparation to receive approvals. Since COVID-19, the pressure to develop has increased dramatically and also the potential to close a lucrative deal, because a lot is at stake for politics and economy. The necessary tests are carried out at great expense in order not to endanger human life through a vaccination, but to protect it. There are great opportunities for investors.Read
Commented by Mario Hose on September 1st, 2020 | 05:55 CEST
News makes share prices. All the more so when, after a long dry period, positive news heralds the turnaround of a company, share prices often shoot up within a very short time. Sometimes phases are also exciting when the market rediscovers companies that have been ignored for a long time or simply wrongly valued. And as the Berlin banker Carl Fürstenberg once said: "Unlike the streetcar, the stock market does not ring the bell to get in and out." We ring three times for you.Read
Commented by Mario Hose on August 31st, 2020 | 05:55 CEST
Investors love business models that are scalable and can change the world positively. Patents and profitability are then decisive factors for the amount of price gains. However, some business ideas also require patience, which can still be worthwhile, as we can see from three examples. Hydrogen, proteins and environmental protection will accompany us in the coming decades and with the right companies, investors will probably be able to achieve above-average share price gains. However, the momentum of the various stocks may vary over time and against this background diversification is particularly important for a forward-looking portfolio.Read
Commented by Mario Hose on August 28th, 2020 | 06:51 CEST
Two stock splits are scheduled for next week, which will be the focus of investors. This type of capital measure is usually chosen to make the share price look good again and thereby increase the trading volume. In the case of Apple, one share becomes four new shares, which means that whoever holds one share on the record date will subsequently hold a total of four new shares. In theory, the share price should then be 75% lower. In the case of Tesla, a split in the ratio 1 to 5 is imminent. At its recent annual general meeting, wallstreet:online AG even approved a share split of 1 to 8. Ultimately, however, it is crucial how high the market capitalization is in order to be able to evaluate the potential of a company.Read
Commented by Mario Hose on August 28th, 2020 | 06:30 CEST
There are various financial indicators in an economy that allow assessments of the current state. An important indication is, for example, the amount of money supply and its change. However, the amount of money is still divided into three classes according to its availability. The narrow money M1 is cash and account balances with immediate access. M2 are money deposits with a maximum term of two years and three months' notice. The broad money M3 comprises the total available money as well as debts and securities. The European Central Bank published the latest data on the accelerated increase on Thursday.Read
Commented by Mario Hose on August 27th, 2020 | 07:26 CEST
The British company Hybrid Air Vehicles is based in Bedford, north of London, and is developing Airlander, the largest aircraft in the world. The special feature of this type, however, is that it is a hybrid of airship and aircraft. Helium keeps the airship in the air and engines control the take-off, the direction of flight and of course the landings. Special advantages of Airlander are that the crew can stay in the air for up to five days and no runway is required. The airship can take off and land on all ground level surfaces that provide a minimum size required for the giant. Currently, four diesel engines control the direction of the aircraft, but in the future two combustion engines are to be replaced by electric motors. The company assumes that Airlander needs only 25% of the energy for the same task compared to conventional aircraft.Read
Commented by Mario Hose on August 27th, 2020 | 05:50 CEST
The mobility of the future will be diverse. In addition to internal combustion engines, vehicles with electric motors will also define future everyday life. This politically motivated development will be supported by subsidies and premiums in various areas. Investors who would like to participate in this trend have the opportunity to buy the shares of companies that will be part of this development. Besides the well-known car manufacturers, suppliers and plant manufacturers will also benefit from this trend.Read
Commented by Mario Hose on August 26th, 2020 | 05:51 CEST
Since Warren Buffett and his investment company Berkshire Hathaway joined Barrick, investors and media have tended to change their minds about the world's oldest currency. In the past, the US star investor has made no secret of the fact that, in his opinion, the expense of gold mining and subsequent monitoring is, in a sense, insane. In the meantime, however, the oracle from Omaha seems to have come to the conclusion that there is a lot of money to be made as a producer at the current price level and that demand for the precious metal will remain stable in the future due to the measures taken by the central banks.Read
Commented by Mario Hose on August 25th, 2020 | 11:56 CEST
Tuesday began with green lights for most listed companies in Germany. The opinions of analysts and company announcements make the stock prices - or they are driven by the mood of economic data. The Ifo Business Climate Index, for example, rose by 2.2 points to 92.6 points in August 2020 compared to July. The survey data is collected every month from around 9,000 companies and makes it the most important leading indicator in Germany. "The German economy is on course for recovery," Ifo President Clemens Fuest announced. In this context, stocks that still have potential are now exciting.Read