Menu

Recent Interviews

Ryan Jackson, CEO, Newlox Gold Ventures Corp.

Ryan Jackson
CEO | Newlox Gold Ventures Corp.
60 Laurie Crescent, V7S 1B7 West Vancouver (CAN)

info@newloxgold.com

+1 778 738 0546

Newlox CEO Ryan Jackson on building a green gold producer with a rapid growth trajectory


Nick Mather, CEO, SolGold PLC

Nick Mather
CEO | SolGold PLC
1 King Street, EC2V 8AU London (GB)

emichael@solgold.com.au

+44 20 3823 2125

SolGold CEO Nick Mather on building a major gold and copper mining company


Jared Scharf, CEO, Desert Gold Ventures Inc.

Jared Scharf
CEO | Desert Gold Ventures Inc.
4770 72nd St,, V4K 3N3 Delta (CAN)

jared.scharf@desertgold.ca

Desert Gold Ventures CEO Jared Scharf on West Africa and its potential


Comments

Photo credits: pixabay.com

26. November 2020 | 12:40 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Plug Power, Saturn Oil & Gas, JinkoSolar - Leverage your depot!

  • Energy

Successful tests and the imminent prospect of a vaccine against the coronavirus are causing the price of oil to explode. After the low in Brent oil in March at just under USD 18.00, the black gold more than doubled and is currently trading at USD 48.50. Even former pessimists such as the Bank of America see the price continuing to rise and forecast USD 60.00 per barrel by next summer. The easing of restrictions will lead to an increase in oil demand, according to the experts. Anyone who trades with leverage and wants to achieve disproportionate price gains should now look for promising oil producers.

Read

26. November 2020 | 11:36 CET | by Nico Popp

Osino Resources, Barrick Gold, Newmont: So are the doublers in Africa?

  • Gold

When it comes to growth, professional investors look to Africa as well as Asia. In 2018 Rwanda and Guinea were the world's fastest-growing economies: the economies of both countries grew by 8.6%. Even countries like Benin, Ethiopia, Gambia or Burkina Faso are still among the top 20 in the world. But what is the reason for high growth in Africa anyway? In addition to a young and rapidly growing population, which drives the domestic market, education from a level of training is also an essential factor. Only in this way can emerging economies also participate in more complex value creation. Legal security and stability are also important factors when foreign investors look to Africa. One country that is considered highly developed and legally secure within Africa is Namibia.

Read

26. November 2020 | 08:42 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Deutsche Telekom, Tencent, Upco International – it used to roar!

  • Telecommunications

We are currently in the early stages of 5G rollout, with a focus on developing new features and increasing network performance. It's easy to get caught up in the 5G hype, and rightly so: the benefits that 5G can offer to several technology sectors are enormous. The industry speaks in this context of the age 4.0 or IOT, meaning "internet of things" - i.e. the total networking of production with all its suppliers and customers in real-time categories. Everything is traceable, controlled and validated online - accounting is entirely automatic. However, there are still unanswered questions about the health effects of high-performance networks on people, which nobody really knows how to answer. Until we have reached a nationwide expansion stage in Germany, LTE users will continue to make up the vast majority of the operators' subscriber base and continue to generate substantial revenues. The last mile of digitization is still to come, a clear sign of a misguided industry policy.

Read

25. November 2020 | 11:44 CET | by Nico Popp

Sartorius, Drägerwerk, Desert Gold: Vaccines for the portfolio

  • Investments

The crisis is on the home stretch. Several vaccines have been found and are about to be approved. But it will still take a while before the pandemic is defeated: millions of people need to be vaccinated. Usually, two doses of vaccine are required for this purpose, which must be administered at specific intervals. This Herculean logistical task must succeed in many countries if normality is to be restored. This much seems inevitable: 2021 will still be under the influence of the virus. Corona also leaves its mark on the capital market, whether directly or indirectly.

Read

25. November 2020 | 11:24 CET | by André Will-Laudien

RYU Apparel, Nike, Abercrombie - Black Week Online is booming!

  • Sportswear

The Bitcoin goes through the roof with USD 19.400, and Amazon & Co. is ringing the cash box. We are in Black Week - the shopping week with the highest turnover of the year. Introduced originally as Black Friday, it was the Friday following Thanksgiving, when 85% of all North Americans don't have to go to work. And what do Americans prefer to do than shop? US retailers make about 20% of their annual sales during this time because there are also early Christmas purchases. In COVID-19 times the picture is again in favour of online business. Yesterday the Black Week started with great discount offers, today the Dow Jones jubilates with new highs - we take a closer look at prominent representatives of the styling industry.

Read

25. November 2020 | 11:15 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Moderna, Triumph Gold, BioNTech - bet on winners!

  • Investments

Gold has not made it out - for the time being. Due to the decision of the Americans pro Joe Biden and the very successful developments regarding a vaccine against the coronavirus, the precious yellow metal went downhill for the time being. The correction may well continue a little further. However, in the past, these setbacks were lucrative with anti-cyclical entry opportunities. Therefore, one should use the time now to take a closer look at promising gold mines.

Read

24. November 2020 | 10:38 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BYD, BIGG Digital Assets, NEL ASA - Get rich with these trends!

  • Investments

Hydrogen, blockchain or e-mobility, these new technologies are currently keeping investors busy. Leading stocks from the respective industries have gained several hundred percent in the past months. But these trends are only at the beginning of their development. In addition to the top performers, second and third-tier companies with novel business models are gradually moving forward. Further outperformers seem preprogrammed.

Read

24. November 2020 | 10:28 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Scottie Resources, Bitcoin, Tesla: rocket propulsion in demand!

  • Investments

Once again gold was voted out of the market by analysts yesterday, hitting a 3-month low of USD 1,831. Deutsche Bank recently released figures on the performance of traditional markets and the crypto market following the optimistic move towards a Covid-19 vaccine. In addition to varying stock market gains with increases between 5 and 15%, Bitcoin came out as one of the biggest winners. The attractiveness of Bitcoin as an alternative hedge continues to increase according to Deutsche Bank analysts. Further gains are likely, but we should not forget the many speculators who are probably unscrupulously chasing the rocket-trend.

There seems to be a substantial increase in demand to use Bitcoin in place of gold, to hedge various dollar or inflation risks. Bitcoin and other TOP10 cryptos have gained between 20-50% in this month alone. The run is similar to the development in the years 2017-2018. Gold and silver, on the other hand, continue to show a need for consolidation, many investors are currently shifting their security investments into other areas. However, this downward movement should not continue for long, unless Bitcoin reaches the price target of USD 100,000 of the well-known Bitcoin bull Max Keiser. If not, there is, of course, a considerable need for technical corrections, which can also happen overnight due to the 24-hour trading.

Read

23. November 2020 | 11:16 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Rio Tinto, BHP Billiton, Almonty Industries - Base metals for the upswing

  • Base metals

Last week, Canadian star economist David Rosenberg said: "Base metals are generally the most correlated with the Chinese economy, so I would say that base metals have performed very well. The correlation between Chinese GDP and commodities is incredible. It is not difficult for me to take a constructive stance towards the base metals sector when I believe that they are the primary source of demand worldwide and that China consumes half of the world's metals."

Looking to the future, Rosenberg said that the US and the rest of the Western world must confront China's growing power and influence. "I hate to say it, but whoever the president is, he is currently facing the challenge of preventing China from capturing an ever-increasing share of global GDP."

The message is clear: In China, Covid-19 seems to have already been overcome; it is essential not to lose the connection because of the pandemic-related downturn. Overall, raw materials will, therefore play a huge role in this environment.

Read

20. November 2020 | 11:20 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BioNTech, Saturn Oil & Gas, Moderna - these stocks will explode!

  • Investments

Now it's all happening at once with the news in the race against the Corona pandemic. According to BioNTech and its US competitor Moderna, first deliveries of the vaccine are scheduled for the end of this year and the start of 2021. The first step towards normality, even though the head of BioNTech, Ugur Sahin, does not expect a normal social life until the end of 2021 at the earliest. Then, if everything goes smoothly, badly shaken industries should experience an unprecedented renaissance, and their share prices should take off.

Read

20. November 2020 | 11:10 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Air Liquide, Linde, Royal Helium: Air Anchor

  • Helium

According to PWC, sustainability is a crucial issue for the oil and gas industry. Until now, the core of existing sustainability strategies has primarily involved compliance with regulatory requirements in the areas of health, employee well-being and safety. For some years now, renewable energies have been on the upswing, and decarbonization is the order of the day, posing new challenges for the sustainability strategies of oil and gas companies. Current climate policy, pressure from shareholders and the public, and the investment strategies of major financial institutions are forcing companies to invest in the use of "green" energy sources and reduce their emissions. Through improved technologies and processes, ecologically generated electricity is becoming increasingly competitive.

On the one hand, it can be seen as threatening, but also an opportunity for business models in the oil and gas industry. Their well-known representatives will continue to play an essential role in the global energy mix for the foreseeable future. For all companies in the industry, this situation represents a balancing act. They must develop transparent sustainability strategies to safeguard their traditional business areas. Still, at the same time, they must also take advantage of new opportunities and seize those arising from the transition to a climate-neutral economy.

Read

20. November 2020 | 10:59 CET | by Nico Popp

E.ON, RWE, Defense Metals: Energy investments - from boring to speculative

  • Energy

The experts of the investment house Clearbridge Investments report that the world could be facing a phase of economic recovery. Decisive factors for this development could be not only the measures of the central banks but also the investments in infrastructure. As the experts emphasize, investments of USD 100 billion would already create about one million jobs. Moreover, every dollar that is invested will pay off several times over in decades and contribute to growth. In contrast to previous years, not only the classic tech stocks should benefit from this growth, but also traditional sectors such as utilities.

Read

19. November 2020 | 09:40 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Triumph Gold, Impala Platinum, First Majestic Silver: precious metals for Biden's debt policy!

  • Precious Metals

Economists refer to "asset inflation" as the increase in the price of all assets. What is meant by this is the general increase in the price of all asset investment vehicles such as bonds, shares, precious metals or real estate. We make no secret of it: ALL of the objects as mentioned above are paid with newly created money, the liquidity in the system ensures quasi permanently that assets are practically subject to a permanent and continuous increase in price. Shares, for example, have risen by an average of 9% per year since 2009. Bonds measured by the Bund future are quoted at a 100-year high with negative yields and a rich real negative interest rate, yes, and real estate in good locations has more than tripled in value over the last 20 years. In Munich, for example, the average weighted price per square meter for new residential buildings is around EUR 8,500 (range EUR 5,000-16,000) - in 2000, this was still EUR 2,850. Now we come to the precious metals using gold as an example: the yellow metal cost around USD 400 per ounce in 2005 and is now worth USD 1,875, a plus of 370% in 15 years. Let's take a closer look at the world of precious metals.

Read

19. November 2020 | 09:27 CET | by Nico Popp

AngloGold Ashanti, Blackrock Gold, Newmont: Investing in gold - but how?

  • Gold

Gold investors are in a comfortable situation: The precious metal has lost a little from its highs, but still shows excellent relative strength at the USD 1,900 an ounce mark. Although news of vaccines has taken some pressure off the markets in the short term, the big picture for gold investors remains intact. The crisis of the century requires trillion-dollar measures. This flood of money, in turn, increases the risk of further problems and could drive inflation. Contrary to the opinion of many investors, it is not inflation that drives the gold price, but their expectations. Given the measures already taken and those still in the pipeline by governments and central banks, there is every reason for increased inflationary expectations. But how does an investment in the expected gold boom succeed?

While grandmother still hid bars and coins under the bed, today's investors can resort to gold ETCs. These usually securitize physical gold and can also be held in custody at attractive fees and actively traded. Yield hunters nevertheless prefer to use gold shares. The reason: stocks such as AngloGold Ashanti, Blackrock Gold or Newmont usually offer leverage on the gold price. Depending on how a Company develops, the gold reserves in the ground are also valued.

Read

19. November 2020 | 09:16 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Alibaba, wallstreet:online, Software AG - continued strong growth!

  • Growth

The results of online companies have just exploded during the Corona Pandemic. In addition to e-commerce giants such as Alibaba, Amazon and the German fashion retailer Zalando, other online industries also reported record results. Without a doubt, the profiteers were online brokers. On the one hand, sales increased exorbitantly due to the high fluctuation range of the stock exchanges and, on the other hand, many new customers became interested in stock exchange trading.

Read

18. November 2020 | 10:40 CET | by André Will-Laudien

NIO, Tesla, dynaCERT - Mobilizing the future!

  • Environmental Protection

The good news for automotive suppliers is that electric vehicles still only make up a small percentage of the car market - at least for now. The bad news is that the increasing spread of electric cars is a significant challenge for automotive suppliers. Since these cars have far fewer parts than those with conventional combustion engines, manufacturers of exhaust and fuel systems as well as traditional transmissions are facing significant disruptions as e-mobility takes unexpected steps forward. The crux of the matter for electricians is still the availability of charging stations and the limited mobility radius. But this will soon change rapidly once the Corona aid pots are flowing into the green infrastructure.

Nevertheless, the e-vehicle is being fueled by government emission standards and incentives, especially in the USA, England, France, Germany and China. But the battery-powered vehicles will not pose a significant threat to the combustion engines until operating costs are about the same. In especially more impoverished areas of the planet and inaccessible zones, there is no alternative to the internal combustion engine; this is completely ignored in the public discussion. While the cost of e-cars continues to fall as technology improves, they are still far from being competitive. Nevertheless, if you look at the signs of the times, car companies have already invested billions in electro-related technology, so the course for the future is set.

Read

18. November 2020 | 10:04 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Plug Power, Almonty, Va-Q-Tec - take advantage of these special situations!

  • Investments

As a result of the astonishing rise in market prices since the Corona low in March of this year, not only tech stocks such as Amazon, Apple or Google but also, stocks from future industries such as hydrogen, fuel cell technology or electromobility, benefited. In addition to the share prices, the Companies' future forecasts also rose. Here is where the gravity of the situation diverges, in addition to promising business models, one needs one more thing - capital!

Read

18. November 2020 | 09:50 CET | by Nico Popp

SIXT, Nikola, Newlox Gold: New ways to higher returns

  • Environmental Protection

Successful companies often do things a little differently than their competitors. Sometimes it takes a while for an approach that is ridiculed at the beginning, to be approved, be successful and then copied. SIXT, for example, saw itself as a mobility service provider early on. The car rental Company operates in many areas and also offers leasing and used cars. Although business at the airports has mostly come to a standstill, SIXT is rightly considered flexible enough to be able to meet new requirements. The Company drastically reduced its vehicle fleet after the outbreak of the pandemic. SIXT will continue to invest in digital business models in the future, such as a monthly car subscription. This approach means that the share is now doing comparatively well again after a slump in March. The Company is not a crisis winner, but it does have a future.

Read

17. November 2020 | 10:34 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Saturn Oil & Gas, Petrochina, XPENG: Ready for take-off!

  • Energy

A key finding of a study conducted by the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy shows that the older generation is more willing to make sacrifices for the climate than the younger generation. Older people are more sustainable when it comes to specific products and their usage behaviour. 88% of those over 30 want to use their things "as long as possible" - that is 9 percentage points more than younger adults.
Conversely, 18% of those under 30 say that it is essential for them to have the latest products. That is 8 percentage points more than among older age groups. The researchers evaluated the representative surveys according to the age of the respondents - with a clear result: thanks to the bank, older people are more environmentally conscious than the younger generation. The throw-away society is thus a manifestation of time and a sign of abundance. It is clear that such trends call for Greta movements in particular, and the economists among us are well aware that growth means sacrifice, and that in most cases that "little bit more" is at the expense of our planet.

Read

17. November 2020 | 09:58 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BYD, Upco International, Moderna: bet on the winners!

  • Investments

Who will win the race for the fastest and best vaccine against the Coronavirus? After the first test results, specific trends are emerging. It is clear now, driven by news, large fluctuations and thus high price gains are possible. The overall stock market seems not to care about this, just that a vaccine will be available soon, is enough. After a short correction, the trend goes south again. The market could see significantly higher prices next year.

Read

16. November 2020 | 10:15 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Adidas, RYU Apparel, Puma: Rising returns

  • Sportswear

It is not always high-tech shares or highly speculative investments with which an investor can generate high returns. Those investors who have patience and foresight have been able to look forward to a number of share price multiplications at many sporting goods manufacturers in recent years. There is no standard success formula for the participants such as Nike, Adidas, Under Armour or Puma. The developments have not been without their setbacks. Investors should pay attention to newcomers in the industry with innovative approaches.

Read

16. November 2020 | 09:48 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Velocity Minerals, B2Gold, Delivery Hero: We take up the fight!

  • Gold

The news of a vaccine against Corona with a success rate of 90% caused markets to skyrocket since last Monday. While the Dow Jones and the S&P set 500 new records, gold plummeted by as much as USD 118 in one day. Gold's most significant daily drop in more than seven years also wiped out its breakout from a 3-month downward wedge last Friday.

As gold futures closed below USD 1,890 this week on the Comex, the strong sell-off below this support brings with it the possibility that the zone between USD 1,750 and USD 1,800 will be tested again before the correction of the safe-haven metal's large gains finds a significant bottom. The gold futures base of USD 1,800 has technically become a critical support level, an area that dates back to the bull market of 2008.

Read

13. November 2020 | 13:13 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Varta, Royal Helium, Deutsche Telekom - Buy the future!

  • Investments

When it comes to the DAX, the first thing to do is to take a breather. After the brilliant Biden-BioNTech rally, the leading German index started to move south. And today, not only did companies listed on the DAX release encouraging quarterly figures but companies like Merck and Siemens, Deutsche Telekom, in particular, raised its forecast. Also, in the segments below, there were spectacular figures. After the setback in the markets, there are some buying opportunities here.

Read

13. November 2020 | 12:48 CET | by Nico Popp

EXMceuticals, KWS Saat, Nokia: Talk about crashes and comebacks

  • Investments

When the EXMceuticals share was quoted above the 1 EUR mark last summer, the sky hung full of violins for cannabis investors. In North America, the active ingredient was largely liberalized, and in other regions of the world, too, it seemed that cannabis would soon become a medical substance like many others. But at least the hype has died down on the stock market. In the meantime, EXMceuticals shares are trading at just EUR 0.12. What has happened?

Read

13. November 2020 | 12:40 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Pfizer, BioNTech, Desert Gold - inoculate portfolios with gold!

  • Gold

After only three days, disillusionment already! The winners of yesterday are the losers of today. Since Monday's vaccination rocket, the markets have been hanging around up there, looking to see if any more buyers have left the sickbed of the last bear market. Unfortunately, no, the case is rather that airlines are, on average, down 5% again and a battered TUI is looking for further state aid which pushes the price back towards 4 euros. The problematic week began as the Dow rose by 4% to a new record high, and yields on ten-year government bonds shot up by almost 17% in a single day as investors relinquished security. Oil prices rose by 8% as people now believe that the stalled economy is coming back to life.

Meanwhile, the US dollar index rose by about 60 basis points, while even some exotic currencies with higher beta jumped too. Of course, some gold and silver enthusiasts wonder if a vaccine is enough to kill both the Covid-19 virus and the bull market in precious metals as gold and silver lost between 5 and 9%. However, if you look at the markets today, the chances are that smart money, in particular, will start to buy the dips in the precious metals.

Read

12. November 2020 | 11:33 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Barrick Gold, Palantir Technologies, Osino Resources: Take a deep breath!

  • Gold

Small clearance sale! On wild vaccine Monday, the price of gold fell nearly USD 100 but has so far held at the critical support level of USD 1,850 after Pfizer and BioNTech announced a potential vaccine against the COVID-19 virus. Many investors hold gold and silver (also beaten by 7%) as crisis protection. This can go wrong in the short term - but in the long term, it is exciting.

"The virus may disappear, but that doesn't mean that economic growth will turn around on a cent," said Ole Hansen, Head of Commodity Strategy at Saxo Bank. "A lot of damage has been done that cannot be easily repaired or will take a long time to fix". That's just the way it is - COVID-19 changes a lot of things, especially the risk mentality of people. The economies have to go in new directions in 2021/22.

Read

12. November 2020 | 10:03 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Alibaba, Silver Viper, Saturn Oil & Gas, CureVac: You need to know!

  • Investments

High fluctuation margins are currently being observed on the market. Due to the shift into cyclical stocks, especially tech stocks like Amazon, Alibaba or the Companies benefiting enormously from the Corona pandemic, like ZOOM or TeamViewer, are falling. Here, after a first commute, there are good buying opportunities. Gold and silver stocks should also be added to the watch list. The uncertainty is certainly not over.

Read

12. November 2020 | 09:23 CET | by Nico Popp

Newmont, SolGold, Anglo American: When does the takeover carousel turn?

  • Mining

Commodities have been an exciting asset class again for a few months now. Despite the pandemic and the economic setbacks, the prices of commodities such as industrial metals or oil developed positively. The gold sector also picked up significantly, thanks to the support programs of the states, and the measures of the central banks. As the large gold companies, in particular, have shrunk healthily in recent years and worked on their cost structures, the ruble is rolling. Commodity giant Newmont reported a free cash flow of USD 1.3 billion in the third quarter alone, and free funds are also bubbling up at Barrick Gold. In an ordinary world, such figures lead to takeover speculation. But the pandemic is making travel and detailed due diligence on commodity projects difficult.

Read

11. November 2020 | 14:15 CET | by Nico Popp

Tesla, Defense Metals, HelloFresh: Who makes a 468% return?

  • Rare Earth Elements

When Tesla advertised its electric sports car around 10 years ago and let journalists drive the chic little vehicle around Germany, the Company was a highly speculative affair. The electric pioneers now have various vehicles on offer and are market leaders in their field. But that does not stop the share from making huge profits: The Tesla share climbed by almost 470% within the past twelve months.

Read

11. November 2020 | 13:55 CET | by André Will-Laudien

BIGG Digital Assets, VISA, American Express: Pay per Coin & Click!

  • Blockchain

The stock markets are on a rollercoaster ride - so are the cryptocurrencies. For the past 48 hours or so, the stock markets have experienced unparalleled volatility. While some stocks are taking off in the hope of a quick end to the pandemic, others are losing ground, while in recent months have been able to benefit from the pandemic restrictions. The crypto world is even more volatile, but the individual coins are developing very differently. Up-to-date there are according to CoinMarketCap.com 7,637 Coins, which are traded on 32,540 markets and represent an added value of USD 441.2 billion. The old father of the movement, the "Bitcoin" stands alone for USD 282.7 billion or 64% of the total market. It has grown by 60% in 2020. Service providers and payment processors are active in this market, but with different objectives. PayPal announced its entry a few weeks ago, and now the hunt for successors begins. We take a look at the protagonists of this not so new market segment.

Read

11. November 2020 | 13:36 CET | by Nico Popp

Schoeller-Bleckmann, Scottie Resources, TeamViewer: Current trends investors should be aware of

  • Investments

During the great gold rush in the USA and Canada more than 150 years ago, not all fortune seekers profited from the hype surrounding the precious metal. Some made a fortune, and others went away empty-handed. Things went well for shopkeepers along the routes to the west: The gold rush made many wealthy, especially those who had equipment on offer for prospectors. Investors could think similarly regarding the stock of Schoeller-Bleckmann. The Company produces precision parts for the oil and gas industry. Whenever deposits are difficult to reach, oil companies can tap even remote sources with special equipment.

Read

11. November 2020 | 13:22 CET | by Stefan Feulner

NEL ASA, dynaCERT, Bayer: Reallocation offers excellent opportunities

  • Investments

After yesterday's triumphant announcement regarding a possible vaccine against the Corona Virus, a rift in the stock market seems to be in full swing. Highly praised tech shares and the profiteers of the Corona Crisis are falling through the bank. In contrast, there is a rebirth of the old economy and cyclical stocks. Oil stocks are also picking up again. The hope for an economic revival is becoming more tangible and creates excellent opportunities for the Fallen Angels.

Read

11. November 2020 | 12:22 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BYD, Saturn Oil & Gas, Plug Power - This news is incredible!

  • Investments

Since Saturday, when Joe Biden was declared the 46th President of the United States of America and then on Monday afternoon with BioNTech and Pfizer announcing the positive results of the Corona vaccine tests, we seem to be living in a restored world again, at least in the stock market. The technology stocks that excited during the crisis, which benefited from digitalization and e-commerce, plummeted. By contrast, cyclical stocks from the old economy, which were boring for many, boomed again. Oil stocks also celebrated an astonishing comeback. The trend of regrouping is likely to continue.

Read

10. November 2020 | 10:10 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Newlox Gold, Agnico-Eagle Mines, Kinross Gold - Gold USD 2,500 in preparation...!

  • Gold

That was a slap in the face today! BioNtech was just around the corner with the Covid-19 vaccination and the safety-oriented investors hit the precious metals again. Gold yesterday lost 4.9% to USD 1,853 after USD 1,952 the day before, and silver was slaughtered by 7.9% to USD 23.7. It has been a long time since the precious metals were hit. The paper-oriented investments in gold followed the announcement with considerable discounts to the south. But, the autumnal precious metal fairs suggest a grumbling. Most gold and silver mines have done their homework in the last 3 years and reduced production costs substantially.

Read

10. November 2020 | 09:35 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BioNTech, RYU Apparel, TUI: Breakthroughs and unicorns!

  • Investments

The world is taking a deep breath, at least for now. As many had hoped, the voting out of US President Donald Trump was sealed this past weekend. Vaccination research is also progressing as a result of the corona pandemic. Despite rising case numbers, fewer resources in intensive care units, and the threat of an increased lockdown possibly beyond Christmas, there is a silver lining. People long for normality and the finer things in life.

Read

09. November 2020 | 11:08 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Vodafone, UPCO International, Apple: Phone, Pay, Chat!

  • Telecommunications

Telecommunication today is an inexpensive service that we take for granted. In the past, however, international calling was an exciting affair. I can still remember the time before the mobile telephone. It was 1990, in Death Valley, United States with a temperature of almost 50 degrees, there was a Pacific Bell coin-operated telephone which only accepted quarters (US 25 cent coins). When dialling a German number, the operator said: "Please insert USD 4.75 to proceed with this call." Prepared for this, with 19 quarters, one would insert the coins and wait under the plexiglass hood for the connection. One congratulated a family member on their birthday or exchanged a brief update on a vacation and then after 1 minute 30 seconds the call would end. At the very least, the relatives 9,100 km away had received a sign of life. All is well!

Read

09. November 2020 | 10:50 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BioNTech, Defense Metals, Bayer: Earn money countercyclically

  • Rare Earth Elements

It is complete. After a tense struggle and four days of counting votes, Joe Biden is declared the 46th President of the United States of America. So the Twitter tirades of the defeated Donald Trump should be history. The traces Trump left behind during his four-year reign, however, are likely to keep the government busy for some time to come. Some things, such as the withdrawal from the climate agreement, can be quickly repaired. Biden will carefully weigh up what is "in" and what is "out" on different points of the "America First" program imposed by the predecessor.

Read

06. November 2020 | 15:27 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BYD, Saturn Oil & Gas, JinkoSolar - Megachance on a multiplication!

  • Investments

The takeover wave is getting rolling. Due to the current circumstances, all industries will see a shakeout from 2021 onwards. The clear goal for the takeovers is to leverage synergy effects, generate further growth and, finally, to let corporate profits bubble. At the moment, there are exceptionally good entry opportunities to participate in this trend.

Read

06. November 2020 | 11:35 CET | by André Will-Laudien

MAG Silver, Silver Lake Resources, Silver Viper: Inflation may come!

  • Silver

Goldman Sachs is bullish for the commodity sector! In a memo to its clients, analysts predict a weaker dollar, rising inflation and additional monetary and fiscal policy incentives as reasons for a possible recovery in commodity prices. For the S&P GSCI, which tracks 24 commodities from all commodity sectors, a return of 30 percent is forecast over 12 months. Industrial metals, such as copper, could gain 5 percent, precious metals 18 percent and energy more than 42 percent. Goldman forecasts an average gold price of USD 2,300 per ounce in 2021, while silver is forecast to average USD 30 per ounce. Hear, hear - such a thing rarely comes from an investment bank!

Read

06. November 2020 | 11:04 CET | by Stefan Feulner

NEL ASA, Velocity Minerals, Barrick Gold - the next chance!

  • Innovations

The market does what it wants. Anticipating a worst-case scenario, the markets drew a zig-zag ahead of Tuesday’s election but then settled back into a positive momentum. Dax alone made-up almost 700 points after the index plunged below 12,000 on Wednesday. Although the election spectacle is still not over, the stock markets are rising as if there were no tomorrow. On a positive note, gold has held on to its crucial support zone and is marching dynamically towards its all-time high. A breakout should be a matter of time.

Read

06. November 2020 | 10:15 CET | by Nico Popp

Infineon, dynaCERT, Nemetschek: Where innovations drive the share price

  • Innovations

The future is traded on the stock exchange. Those who invest in the right companies can achieve rapid returns. But how do you find out which innovations will cause share prices to rise? Since its IPO shortly before the turn of the millennium, the German chip specialist Infineon has developed into an essential Company in the chip industry. Just a few months ago, Infineon completed the critical acquisition of Cypress Semiconductor Corporation, adding areas that are important for the Internet of Things, and other applications related to the new 5G mobile communications standard, to its portfolio.

Read

05. November 2020 | 11:17 CET | by Stefan Feulner

NanoRepro, Osino Resources, Alibaba - Rich with special situations!

  • Investments

The election outcome for the old or new President of the United States of America is taking longer than anticipated. The back and forth caused the first dip in the world stock markets yesterday until they hiked back into the green zone. The overall situation, whether Trump or Biden, hadn't changed. You can currently see a similar trend for individual stocks. After shifts or delays, stocks fall like stones, offering investors the chance of disproportionate price gains.

Read

05. November 2020 | 11:06 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Defense Metals, Orocobre, Aurubis – Everyone is a specialist!

  • Metals

Strategic metals are indispensable. They are very rare in the earth's crust and only occur in certain places. For the free economy, there is a procurement problem per se, because, on the one hand, China has the largest reserves, on the other hand, the states intervene in the distribution of the existing quotas. In times of a pandemic, mine closures lead to minor shortages in these metals, but prices are usually negotiated with buyers on a long-term basis. Since the metals usually cannot be procured in alternative ways, it is in everyone's interest to improve the supply situation. But how to procure, if not steal...?

Read

05. November 2020 | 10:54 CET | by Nico Popp

Vestas Wind Systems, Newlox Gold, Equinor: Where are sustainable returns?

  • Environmental Protection

As the experts of the US investment house Western Asset Management recently reported, sustainable investments have a future regardless of the outcome of the US presidential election. "Many international investors have long since declared ESG to be standard. Also, ESG criteria are an effective tool in a holistic investment process and can be used to the benefit of investors," the investment Company said. Companies, too, are increasingly orienting themselves towards ESG criteria and have long been thinking further ahead than until the next quarterly figures. The wind turbine manufacturer Vestas Wind Systems is a pioneer in the sector. The Danes started back in 1979, and today the Company is the market leader. But is the share also a notable investment?

Read

04. November 2020 | 14:21 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BYD, Desert Gold, Plug Power - ... then the lid flies off!

  • Gold

The US elections are over, the uncertainties due to the pandemic remain. The capital markets are still nervous and fluctuate strongly. Some stocks are on strike, and sales programs are underway, especially for smaller Companies. The motto of this haphazard "everything out" strategy is difficult to understand. When this unrealistic approach is recognized, there is a chance of short-term, disproportionately high price gains according to the motto: "If the order is out, the lid flies off".

Read

04. November 2020 | 14:02 CET | by Nico Popp

Bitcoin, BIGG Digital Assets, PayPal: What is the best crypto investment?

  • Blockchain

Once the genie is out the bottle, you can't get it back in. It's the same or similar with digitalization. The advantages are so overwhelming that only a few people want to do without it - even if there are disadvantages. When it comes to the electronic transfer of capital, supervisory authorities and public prosecutors point out the dangers of money laundering. Cryptocurrencies are unfortunately the preferred field of activity of criminals. Nevertheless, the price of Bitcoin is currently going through the roof again. The best-known of all cryptocurrencies developed rapidly after the start of the second Corona wave - within a month alone, the replacement currency to the Euro rose by around 25%.

Read

04. November 2020 | 13:44 CET | by André Will-Laudien

General Electric, SolGold, Nikola - Take a close look!

  • Investments

New times have dawned. In the USA, after the current stock market correction, people are celebrating a small upswing as if it were the latest landing on the moon. Yes, there were useful GDP data, after 6 months of negative figures October joined the ranks with a growth of +33.1% - but the levelled annual level is still a good 27% below the previous year. The next lockdown is imminent, which will inevitably come after the election given the new infection figures of 92,000 a day. The now noticeable recovery reflects the hard reset of the economy after the sharp declines since March. The stock market is betting that the economy will regain size in a few quarters. However, one should bear in mind the dowry: Exploding unemployment and the unprecedented national debt has been rampant for 12 years and is now being legitimized by the fight against the pandemic!

Read

02. November 2020 | 09:41 CET | by André Will-Laudien

wallstreet:online, Apple, Facebook: The kings of the data world

  • Big data

That was a rain of numbers last week. Almost all technology companies reported their figures for the third quarter - the absolute negative outlier was SAP. After a small sales warning for its cloud business, the share price slumped by 27% over the week and, at EUR 90, almost reached the level of the March correction. Overall, it was not a good week for technology stocks worldwide. A whole 5% sent down the most watched NDX with the popular FAANG shares. Apple and Facebook, the absolute investor favourites, have built dangerous chart technical summit formations, while the German wallstreet:online AG shines with good figures and a delightful stock split.

Read

02. November 2020 | 09:07 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Ballard Power, Saturn Oil & Gas, Amazon - The profiteers of the crisis!

  • Covid-19

The profiteers of the first wave of the Corona pandemic are seen from the most recently published quarterly figures. The well-known FAANG stocks Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Alphabet (Google) were able to improve their balance sheets significantly. Besides some winners, the number of losers is much larger. These now either have to fight for survival or are swallowed cheaply by financially more robust competitors. The takeover wave should pick up speed in 2021, across all industries!

Read

30. October 2020 | 13:26 CET | by Nico Popp

Sartorius, Intel, Royal Helium: How investors invest in the future

  • Investments

The crisis divides the economy: On the one hand, some industries are forced into change or disappear from the market. On the other hand, there are also winners of the crisis: shares in the healthcare sector profit from the increasing demand for healthcare or laboratory products. Chip manufacturers are happy about full order books and are beneficiaries of the growing digitalization. The megatrend of the past few years has gained additional momentum due to the pandemic.

Read

30. October 2020 | 13:14 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Amazon, Deutsche Post, dynaCERT - Properly shipped!

  • Logistics

For investors who are always dealing with new trend topics, there is now the "FreightTech" corner from the technology sector. The term describes the technology to improve freight, shipping and logistics. The trend has been on the radar of venture capital companies for several years, and institutional investments are on the rise. "Online commerce" is now driving the headlines currently, which during the Covid 19 pandemic more than exceeded previous expectations. With the latest contact restrictions, people are doing much more from home - making logistics companies the absolute winners of the pandemic. Global consultants and experts in transportation, such as Roland Berger, are calling on established players to understand their environment better, to master the adaptation of current business models and challenges posed by changing market dynamics. We take a closer look...

Read

30. October 2020 | 09:37 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BioNTech, Newlox Gold, NEL ASA - get in now!

  • Investments

Germany in a state of shock! After the announcement of a second lockdown and a steadily increasing number of infections, the calls for a vaccine against coronavirus are getting louder and louder. The question is not when, but how quickly it will be available, especially for risk groups. Three Companies are currently heading for the home stretch. The first mover will not only get fame and recognition, but the market value of the Company will go through the roof. After the strong sell-off on the world's stock markets, there are lucrative entry opportunities.

Read

29. October 2020 | 13:36 CET | by André Will-Laudien

ENI, Royal Dutch Shell, Saturn Oil & Gas - scandals and crash!

  • Oil

Six months ago, leading oil producers and the G20 energy ministers met to coordinate an emergency package of production cuts. The aim was to at least compensate for the drop in demand caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. At that time, it was impossible to know how significant the damage from the pandemic would be and for how long a real recovery would take. Now the production is somewhat lower, and existing oil stocks are gradually fading, but the uncertain prospects remain, as can be seen from the very low forward prices. In the longer term, producers are currently not very encouraged, as the curve shows that prices are unlikely to reach the USD 50.00 per barrel mark by the end of 2023. Those who want to bring about a shortage in the oil market have a monster task ahead of them, because "there is plenty of oil and a slowing economy".

Read

29. October 2020 | 13:19 CET | by Stefan Feulner

SAP, Triumph Gold, JinkoSolar - Mutti blows to get started!

  • Investments

It seems done. Yesterday afternoon, the German Chancellor Angela Merkel (German nickname: Mutti) decided on the second lockdown of this year due to the vastly increasing number of cases in the Corona Pandemic. Although this lockdown is supposed to be somewhat "lighter and more social" than the first, it is causing uncertainty among the population and the capital markets. It remains to be seen whether the stock markets will reach a new low after the experience in spring, or whether they will only get shaken vigorously for a short time. Should the worst-case scenario occur, the central banks with their money printing machines will undoubtedly be ready again. So a second chance to get started? In any case, keep an eye on gold stocks.

Read

28. October 2020 | 09:38 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BYD, Defense Metals, VW - the next boom after hydrogen!

  • Rare Earth Elements

Tesla wants to break the sound barrier of one million vehicles with delivery in 2021. The biggest competitor from China, BYD, has at least as ambitious goals and is rushing from record to record with its new model, Han. Even German car manufacturers like VW have awoken from their deep sleep and now find electric cars sexy. The production of rechargeable batteries is increasing rapidly, but so is the demand for the necessary materials. Surpluses in demand, supply bottlenecks, and exploding prices are threatening.

Read

27. October 2020 | 10:17 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Pfizer, GlaxoSmithKline, EXMceuticals - Research in competition

  • Health

By the end of 2020, the drug market is expected to more than double to USD 1.3 trillion, with the E7 countries - Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Russia and Turkey - accounting for about one-fifth of global drug sales. Also, the incidence of chronic diseases in developing countries will increasingly resemble that in industrialized countries. The evidence is abundant that the pharmaceutical industry business model is both economically unsustainable and operationally lethargic to produce the types of innovative treatments demanded by global markets. The industry must fundamentally change the way it operates to take full advantage of future growth opportunities. PwC's management consultants expect the industry to shift its focus from treatment to prevention. The traditional blockbuster sales model will disappear, and sophisticated direct sales channels will diminish the role of wholesalers. Let's take a closer look!

Read

27. October 2020 | 09:50 CET | by Nico Popp

Deutsche Telekom, Freenet, Upco International: Where telecommunications creates returns

  • Telecommunications

If investors were looking for high returns a little more than twenty years ago, they often found them in telecommunications stocks. In addition to the big network operators, such as Deutsche Telekom and Vodafone, the mobile phone stocks of the first hour, such as Nokia and Ericsson, also caused euphoria among investors. The telecommunications sector has become uninteresting for investors. This does not mean telecommunication shares do not play a vital role in the portfolios of investors or that they can even increase the yield noticeably as a speculative addition.

Read

26. October 2020 | 11:28 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Adva Optical Networking, Desert Gold, Va-Q-tec: Does it start now?

  • Investments

"Good numbers, bad numbers." What does that even mean? Often it is the figures or news the Companies publish, only the deviation from expected values or developments. Ultimately, the decisive factor is whether or not a company passes the bar. But the devil is in the details. Here are three companies that have benefited from positive figures or news or where a good news flow is only a matter of time. Who offers the best opportunities?

Read

26. October 2020 | 11:10 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Yamana, Glencore, Scottie Resources - Accurate analysis required!

  • Gold

Gold fluctuates with every political news item like never before. Let's take a quick look at the chart technique to understand the recent movements. After a three-part downtrend since August 2020, which pushed gold from a new record high of USD 2,074.00 to support at USD 1,850.00, a recovery began at this level in late September. It initially moved the gold price to the hurdle at USD 1,920.00 in early October. After a short, sharp correction, the gold price gained momentum once more, reaching the USD 1,935.00 resistance level. However, there was a further slide in the price on Friday, with the entire previous week's profit being equalized again with closing prices around USD 1,902.00. It will be exciting to see how gold performs in the election campaign for the US presidency. We are looking at some exciting gold stocks.

Read

26. October 2020 | 10:17 CET | by Nico Popp

Bechtle, PayPal, wallstreet:online: Which digitisation winner has potential?

  • Brokerage

Digital is better! Digitalisation has become a fact of life for all industries. Investments in technology are no longer limited to names like Amazon or Alphabet. Even retail brands such as shoe manufacturer, Crocs are benefiting and offering attractive opportunities to investors: During the lockdown, Crocs were almost able to maintain its sales and thus outperform the competition - why? The Company had invested in its eCommerce strategy early on. A true pioneer when it comes to IT is the expert Bechtle. Whenever Companies or public authorities recognise a need for digitalisation, Bechtle is there to help and support them.

Read

26. October 2020 | 09:45 CET | by Stefan Feulner

NEL ASA, Almonty Industries, Bayer - Nervousness brings the leverage!

  • Volatility

The stock market is restless. Too much uncertainty currently dominates the market. "Crazy Donald" or "Sleepy Joe"? What is the future of the pandemic? Will a hard Brexit with the E.U. follow the British threats? These are the short-term questions that are certainly not likely to ensure peaceful trading on the world's stock markets. However, high volatilities also offer great opportunities. In recent weeks, the Bayer AG share has also been subject to significant fluctuations. Is everything now included in the price, or is the decline continuing? It remains exciting.

Read

23. October 2020 | 14:36 CET | by Nico Popp

Grenke, Delivery Hero, Desert Gold: Momentum shares on hold

  • Investments

There are stocks where there is something in the air. For some of them, the trend is ultimately negative, others never pick up speed, and others just take off. Three of these potential momentum stocks are Grenke, Delivery Hero, and Desert Gold. At Grenke, the eyes of the market are focused on the accusations of balance sheet manipulation. Although the Baden-Baden-based Company has hired external auditors, suspended supervisory board posts, and announced a complete investigation, the share price is still not getting off the ground. For experienced investors, this means that something is coming to a head!

Read

23. October 2020 | 14:24 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Agnico Eagle Mines, Kinross Gold, Newlox Gold: Gold in vogue again!

  • Gold

When markets are particularly volatile, as they were, investors often turn to precious metals because they promise stability and value retention. For hundreds of years, gold has been one of the most valuable metals for the protection of assets. Because of its intrinsic value, gold is generally less volatile than the market as a whole. In short, gold can be a useful way to cushion speculative turns on the stock market. So the Portfolio Theory!
The diversification of your own portfolio with precious metal investments is a favored trading method. Since March, the gold price has risen continuously until summer. At the beginning of August, the gold price reached a new all-time high of around USD 2,000 per ounce. A large number of commodity analysts, however, have stated that the value of gold still holds considerable surprises until 2025, making gold mines a perfect vehicle to profit from this trend.

Read

23. October 2020 | 10:40 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BYD, Blackrock Gold, Ballard Power - These shares take off!

  • Investments

Oops!... he did it again! Elon Musk continues to ride the wave of success with his Tesla and has repeatedly been able to show strong figures despite the current pandemic. A strong signal for the electric car industry, both for the car manufacturers and the suppliers behind it. The share prices on the overall market were not as strong. The fear of the second wave is mentioned here as the main reason. On the other hand, stocks from the gold and silver sector are once again coming to the fore. The chance of new highs is a given due to the current uncertainty.

Read

22. October 2020 | 11:15 CET | by Stefan Feulner

JinkoSolar, Saturn Oil & Gas, Plug Power - Here comes the second chance!

  • Oil

The markets are correcting on a broad front. Hydrogen and fuel cell stocks, which have been booming for months, are taking a breath of fresh air. In a long-term trend, this is good and quite the norm. It is time to take a look at the fundamental aspects once again, in addition to the chart support zones and trend formations. Some companies have managed to position themselves broadly and can continue to grow solidly in the future. Others have only swum with the current and will go down in time. Now it is time to put the pearls into the account.

Read

21. October 2020 | 12:42 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BioNTech, Valeo Pharma, Pfizer - Starting signal!

  • Covid-19

Who will make the race for the first approved Corona vaccine? Russia, China, and several North American suppliers are fighting for a place in the sun. The second and third parties should also benefit from the approval, as the demand is enormous among the nearly 8 billion inhabitants of the earth. One thing is clear; the winners of this almost macabre-sounding "Corona contest" will go through the roof. Those who receive late approval or no approval at all risk extinction. Admittedly, the world is looking at the long-awaited miracle cure. But there are easier ways for every individual to protect themselves against viruses.

Read

21. October 2020 | 12:08 CET | by Nico Popp

Orange, Total, Osino Resources: How to benefit from growth in Africa?

  • Africa

Africa is a booming continent: many raw materials attract investors, and the young population is pushing into future-oriented industries with even better training. It is no wonder that many companies from Europe and North America are also doing profitable business in Africa. Mobile phone provider Orange has recognized that the continent has more to offer than many people still believe. Europe's third-largest telecommunications giant has been making aggressive acquisitions in Africa in recent years. Africa and the Middle East now account for more than 13% of sales. Instead of just telephony, Orange acts as a kind of bank in Africa. Thanks to an app, people can make payments - this is safer and more flexible than cash and is popular with the younger population.

Read

21. October 2020 | 11:45 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Newmont, AngloGold Ashanti, Velocity Minerals - Gold runs bright

  • Gold

Physical gold inventories have increased steadily over the past decades and are currently at their highest levels. Namely because gold, unlike other raw materials, is practically indestructible and is not consumed except in small quantities in medicine or high-tech. As a result, the global amount of gold is continually increasing. The supposedly highest gold reserves are in the USA, where the government claims to have about 8,133 tons or 287 million ounces. Germany has the second-largest amount of gold reserves with 3,417 tons or 120 million ounces, followed by the International Monetary Fund with 3,217 tons (113 million ounces). The gold price has experienced a sharp increase in recent years. After exceeding the USD 1,000.00 per ounce mark for the first time in March 2008, it had already reached just over USD 2,000.00 per ounce by mid-2020. Investors can invest in the precious metal through derivatives, ETCs, mining stocks, or physical gold.

Read

20. October 2020 | 11:51 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BYD, Silver Viper, Plug Power - When will the doubling happen?

  • Investments

Since the Corona low at the end of March, the stock markets have started a brilliant race to catch up. Many indices have reached new highs, with some about to break out. The technology-heavy stocks, such as the Nasdaq Composite, in particular, ran to new all-time highs. Among the individual stocks, the highest gains were seen in Companies from the hydrogen and fuel cell sectors, but also in gold and silver. The trend in these boom sectors is still going strong, and many securities still have a significantly higher price potential.

Read

20. October 2020 | 11:19 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Gazprom, Linde, Royal Helium - not only balloons rise!

  • Inert gas

The largest reserves of helium are owned and managed on a long-term basis by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. In 2013, it announced that it would start auctioning off an increasing percentage of the reserve each year. The public auction stopped as early as August 2018 due to the exhaustion of the reserve, and it removed a very significant part of the existing supply from the market. Steady demand and lower production in the USA have led to a tight supply situation worldwide. Helium markets have been quite volatile in recent years, with three years of global shortages in the period 2011-2013, followed by two years of measurable oversupply. It seems to be turning around again, as we have been measuring rising demand for 5 years. Helium has a wide range of applications in medicine, industry, and computer technology.

Read

19. October 2020 | 11:00 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Barrick Gold, SolGold and BP: is it worth to be invested?

  • Resources

For commodity producers, the price development of the underlying commodity often sets the pace for the share price development. Nevertheless, cost position and new potentials can cancel out this first rule. Diversification across several commodity classes can also prove advantageous. Project quality and the ability to adapt quickly to different conditions are a top priority. Who has done his homework well?

Read

19. October 2020 | 10:24 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Wirecard, Paypal, BIGG Digital Assets: Crypto - soon normal means of payment?

  • Blockchain

The crypto world is constantly developing, and the user numbers are increasing considerably. The more the discussion about the abolition of cash takes shape, the more people are interested in a liquid alternative means of payment. Even if system critics hold on to gold, once certain acceptance hurdles have been overcome, cryptocurrencies must be said to have grown rapidly. In 2016 there were less than 10 million registered wallets with cryptocurrencies, since the end of 2019 this number exploded to over 40 million, an increase of 300% in three years. Compared to other key figures, especially concerning the Bitcoin exchange rate, this number seems low, but there is an anticipation of further growth.

Read

16. October 2020 | 13:19 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Tesla, wallstreet:online, Amazon: Buckle up!

  • Investments

Today's markets have to accept high losses on a broad front. The reasons cited are, of course, the rising number of infections and the fear of a new lockdown due to the corona pandemic. Despite the strong recovery since March, do we still see a W formation with new lows? That would probably be a disaster for some industries. Others, as absurd as it sounds, would benefit from home offices and boredom within their own four walls. In addition to e-commerce companies like Amazon, online brokers reported rising Q2 figures and a sharp increase in the number of new accounts opened, almost through the entire sector. Generation Z discovered the fun of gambling and, as can be seen in the example of Robinhood in the USA, provided for a high increase in trading activity. You will certainly not lose this if you have to stay at home again.

Read

16. October 2020 | 12:19 CET | by Nico Popp

CureVac, BioNTech, Valeo Pharma: Where is there still potential?

  • Biotechnology

The race for vaccines against Covid-19 is fierce. Every day there are new water level reports - from setbacks to breakthroughs, everything is there. The Tübingen-based Company CureVac recently started its phase study IIa in Peru and Panama. Around 700 people are taking part in it. The study aims to find suitable dosages for the vaccine. To this end, test persons are vaccinated twice within 28 days. Other competitors, such as BioNTech, are already testing their vaccine on more volunteers. BioNTech recently started its phase III study in South Africa and is testing the vaccine on more than 40,000 people worldwide.

Read

16. October 2020 | 11:20 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Amazon, Apple, Almonty: Triple-A: Unique position is required!

  • Investments

If a company today does not shine with exclusivity, it floats with the masses. Once overlooked, the brand name is not even enough for successful poster advertising. It's different for the world market leaders, the blockbusters of the New Economy. Having gotten used to the smartphone in childhood, today's young people know all the features of the mobile companions. Time in the real world is dwindling, as life online is much more colourful, moving, and captivating - second-hand living is becoming the dominant daily routine. No wonder that the Companies that created this world for us are among the most expensive stocks on the stock market - because they have turned the relationship between man and machine into a perfect business model.

Read

15. October 2020 | 13:30 CET | by André Will-Laudien

General Electric, Varta, SolGold: Three times copper is gold!

  • Copper

According to research by IDTechEx (2020), the introduction of electric traction motors in road vehicles will lead to a significant increase in copper demand over the next ten years. The study commissioned by the International Copper Association (ICA) shows that by 2030, the windings in electric traction motors in electric vehicles will require over 250,000 tonnes of copper per year. The increase in copper demand follows the development of the global automotive market, where pure battery-electric cars are due to gain the largest share of the market at the expense of internal combustion engines and hybrid vehicles. By 2030, electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles will account for 19% of the total market, which, according to IDTechEx, will rise to 72% by 2040.

Read

15. October 2020 | 13:16 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Bayer, Triumph Gold, BioNTech - decisive phase!

  • Investments

Almost everyone knows the philosophies proclaimed by the great and wise stock market gurus. “Never try catch a falling knife" or "buy on the sound of cannons, sell on the sound of trumpets”. What is true? In the case of Bayer, after the Monsanto disaster, possibly higher than planned fines and a cracking profit warning, one might think that everything has already been priced in. However, it is still not known how and when the Monsanto disaster will end. The fact is, there are other, more appealing papers at the moment ...

Read

14. October 2020 | 14:04 CET | by Nico Popp

Adyen, Ryanair, dynaCERT: Return on investment thanks to revolutions

  • Revolution

Turn an industry upside down and make a fortune? Since Elon Musk, the term "disruption" has become a familiar term among investors. How does one succeed in turning an industry upside down, and how do yesterday's revolutionaries look? Answers to these questions can be in the examples of three companies that could not be more different. After the Munich-based payment service provider Wirecard went bankrupt, many investors are now focusing on the Dutch competitor, Adyen. The payment service provider is digital and platform-independent. As befits an innovative company in the industry, Adyen processes payments mobile and in stores. The Company has had a European banking license since 2017 and has been proliferating the market ever since.

Read

14. October 2020 | 13:40 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Ballard Power, Royal Helium, NEL ASA - Through the roof!

  • Investments

Hydrogen shares are the non plus ultra on the world's stock markets at the moment. Through the series, papers double if they are only associated with the noble gas, this topic is hot off the press! The alternative to fossil fuels, which allows emission-free mobility with fuel cells and serves as energy storage. The hundreds of millions in federal funding programs for research with hydrogen is fueling the hype. This current situation may be comparable to the solar boom ten years ago. At the latest, one could say that the wheat is separating from the chaff after the initial hype.

Read

14. October 2020 | 11:40 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BioNTech, BIGG, Bitcoin - The traffic lights are green!

  • Investments

A trend is present when the price of security tends to move in a specific direction, even under fluctuation. To play this trend correctly and to make more significant price gains, one should recognize the signals of a trend reversal. With Bitcoin & Co., this could soon be the case. The stabilization phase is still underway, but buying pressure has increased in the last few days. Companies that have a unique position in the crypto market could benefit from this.

Read

13. October 2020 | 13:34 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Bayer, Barrick, Desert Gold: In Gold we trust!

  • Gold

The global economy moving at different speeds. In the USA, the ISM index for services is once again expanding slightly. In China, the mood in the service industry is once again pointing to a veritable recovery. In the eurozone, the economic sentiment examined by the analyst firm, Sentix, remains robust but without any new highs. Even with the rising infection rate, the pandemic will come to an end eventually. In Germany, economic data such as industrial orders, production, and exports, showed a slight slowdown in August. Nevertheless, the stock markets are swinging to new heights daily, as the latent threat from the infection necessitates further liquidity packages from governments. This monetary policy continues to imply very low-interest rates, a weakening USD, and rising inflation expectations. This environment should keep the demand for precious metals at least at a high level, so we remain on the lookout.

Read

12. October 2020 | 07:48 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Siemens, Vestas, Defense Metals: So the wind blows!

  • Wind

E-mobility drives alternative energies. All efforts to make the world even simpler and more technical are driving electrical energy consumption to undreamt-of heights. The largest consumer is the industry with a share of 42%, followed by private households with 27% and commerce with 22% (others 8%). To generate this demand, the worldwide share of renewable energies has risen from 5.7 to 13.6% in the last ten years. The 20% mark is expected to be reached in 2025. The most important producer of renewable energy is China, with 759 gigawatts per year, uncatchable, followed by the USA, Brazil, and India. Germany is ahead of Canada, in 5th place, with 125 gigawatts. Wind power has a global share of about 1.5%, water 2.5% - oil as the leading energy source still has a high 32% share.

Read

12. October 2020 | 07:35 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Plug Power, BYD, Osino Resources - New price objectives!

  • Analysts

Warren Buffet and his business partner Charlie Munger probably thought "Build your Dreams" when in 2008, with their investment company Berkshire Hathaway, invested in the then-unknown Chinese electric car manufacturer BYD. At that time, the share was quoted at the equivalent of EUR 0.10. Now, in October 2020, BYD trades at over EUR 14.00 and rush to new all-time highs almost weekly. The news situation is favourable, and the direct comparison with the big brother from overseas does not make the stock look overpriced.

Read

12. October 2020 | 07:22 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

K+S, EXMceuticals, Steinhoff: all a matter of timing

  • Timing

"The market is always right." There is much truth in the stock market wisdom when viewed over the long term. In the short term, prices are only a snapshot, especially in times of sharp price fluctuations. Sometimes it just takes a little longer for shares to move up again after a long downward phase or bottom formation. Here are three companies that are in exciting positions.

Read

09. October 2020 | 12:37 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BioNTech, Barrick Gold, Velocity Minerals - Golden Times!

  • Investments

No! The end of the gold price increase has yet to be reached. The problems, which have become even more acute in recent months due to the pandemic, will not disappear overnight. It is understandable that the price of the precious metal will briefly collapse because "Big Donald" is saluting himself, or the helicopter pilot who brought him safely back to the White House after his short, three-day intermezzo in the military hospital. He wants to show that he has quickly left Corona behind him. However, among his many headwinds, the President now faces the US election, the still high number of Covid-19 cases in the US, the rapidly increasing national debt, and the unchecked money printing of the central banks. At least in terms of case numbers, there is positive news from BioNTech. The Corona vaccine candidate, developed by the Mainz-based company, is entering the approval phase.

Read

09. October 2020 | 12:27 CET | by André Will-Laudien

NEL ASA, Tesla, dynaCERT: A lot is happening in the automotive sector

  • Automotive

German premium manufacturers have sold more cars again. Strong sales in China and catch-up results have brought BMW, Audi, and Daimler rising deliveries and sales in the third quarter. However, the Mercedes brand received tailwind mainly from the domestic market. Overall, sales climbed 3.9% to 613,770 vehicles in the last three months. But, nine-month sales are still down almost 10% as a result of the First Half 2020 slump in unit sales due to the corona-related lockdown. Nevertheless, the three big players are leaving the deep corona hole behind for the time being, as the figures published on Wednesday and Tuesday show. Overall, BMW fared best, with the Munich-based company and its subsidiary Mini, achieving sales of 675,680 cars between July and September - an increase of 8.6% over the same period last year. The main driver was a strong business in Asia. BMW also achieved a 7.1% increase in Europe. The USA and North America, on the other hand, remained clearly in the red. It is good to hear that the bottom is likely to be in our rearview mirror!

Read

09. October 2020 | 12:12 CET | by Nico Popp

PayPal, Northern Data, BIGG Digital Assets: Who creates a 170% return?

  • Payment

We know that the future is digital, especially since the outbreak of Covid-19. While fears about the future prevail in traditional industries, business is going better than ever before for all those who are digital and adaptable. As more and more companies and consumers are realizing this, there is an unprecedented openness to new solutions. The best example is the card reader: just a year ago, it was only available in large chains or at the train station, but today you can pay with a card or smartphone at almost any bakery. One of the beneficiaries of this trend is PayPal.

Read

09. October 2020 | 11:58 CET | by Nico Popp

Barrick Gold, Newmont, Blackrock Gold: Opportunities in the sloping market

  • Precious Metals

First the central banks and now possibly a generous new US President Joe Biden - when it comes to reasons for rising prices, market commentators always find an explanation. But one thing is sure: most support measures or capital injections are bought with capital that has either been borrowed or created by central banks. In any case, such measures should also boost the price of gold. Barrick Gold's stock looks back on a successful year and has gained a significant 53% - but how much potential does the gold blue-chip still have after the rise?

Read

07. October 2020 | 12:24 CET | by André Will-Laudien

BP, Royal Dutch Shell, Saturn Oil & Gas: The rebound with an announcement!

  • Oil

When someone talks about the largest commodities market in the world, they mean the oil market. Every day, almost 100 million barrels of black gold are produced and delivered worldwide, even though Elon Musk adamantly claims "Oil is out!” - He would be particularly well advised to find out how many oil products are used in a Tesla. More than 300 components are made of oil derivatives. According to British Petroleum, undoubtedly one of the major players in the industry, the global oil demand peaked in 2019. In its annual energy outlook, the energy company predicts a global decline in oil demand but a strong gas demand until 2050. Renewable energies are the fastest-growing energy sources over the next 30 years.

Read

07. October 2020 | 11:45 CET | by Nico Popp

Nornickel, Newcrest Mining, Triumph Gold: Which stock benefits from rising gold prices?

  • Gold

While the price of gold is slowly but surely picking up speed again, many investors are asking themselves with which share they will best profit, from rising precious metal prices. Many investors initially think of stocks such as Rio Tinto or BHP Billiton - but these companies are virtually not involved in the mining of precious metals. To profit from rising prices, investors must take a closer look. At first glance, Nornickel's stock seems to promise more of an investment in a producer of industrial metals. Still, the company also has many precious metals on offer - platinum and palladium account for more than 40% of the commodities produced. More critical are nickel and copper with a share of almost 50%. Gold and silver are only by-products.

Read

07. October 2020 | 09:19 CET | by Nico Popp

Tesla, Umicore, Almonty: Critical raw materials decide on yield

  • Resources

Raw materials are the key to CO2 neutrality. Whether electricity storage, solar plants, or wind turbines - without raw materials, such as nickel or cobalt, many future technologies cannot be implemented. Yet many raw materials are still extracted from the earth in China under dubious conditions, or come from other mining regions where ESG standards do not play an important role. But tomorrow's customers are already calling for better mining conditions today: Tesla boss, Elon Musk, has already publicly advocated that raw materials used by his company should come from good sources. Here could be an opportunity for mining companies operating in mining regions with high environmental standards.

Read

06. October 2020 | 11:02 CET | by André Will-Laudien

K+S, ThyssenKrupp, Newlox Gold: Hope for old friends!

  • Investments

The stock market is continually reinventing itself. Last week, no one wanted to bite the bullet, and prices trended down across the board. Even favourites from the technology corner like Tesla and Apple had to give up at short notice. On Monday, we took a deep breath after Donald Trump once again had enough oxygen. The major stock exchanges increased with a good 1-2% growth, and the Nasdaq even ticked up a bit more. Is the correction over? We don't know, but it's worth taking a look at old acquaintances we haven't had on our radar for some time.

Read

06. October 2020 | 09:13 CET | by Stefan Feulner

VW, Rock Tech Lithium, Defense Metals, Tesla - scarcity causes price explosion!

  • Rare Earth Elements

The growth market of electric mobility will continue to pick up speed in the coming years. According to a study, the forecast number of new registrations of electric cars and plug-in hybrids will be 10.3 million cars in 2020, triple by 2025, and rise to almost 55 million units by 2030. The winners of this trend are primarily car manufacturers such as Tesla, VW, and BMW. There are highly exciting companies in the ranks of suppliers and producers that are profiting exponentially from the boom trends - both in terms of corporate profits and share price performance.

Read

05. October 2020 | 11:02 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Franco Nevada, Bitcoin, Silver Viper: What is still stable today?

  • Assets

It could not have come more bizarre. Donald Trump leaves for medical care because of a positive Covid-19 test; the capital markets promptly go diving. The most significant protagonist in terms of trivialization is himself subject to infection, a showpiece of presidential role model function. Now we hear that the cool head of state will soon recover - he must, because the U.S. election is already casting its shadow. In the search for stability, precious metals were able to succeed in the face of falling stock markets. Gold reached the USD 1,900 mark again, and silver touched the USD 24 mark. In Friday's late trading, the situation for stocks normalized after the 2% decline in Europe, and the Dow Jones regained the significant 27,700 point mark.

Read

05. October 2020 | 10:42 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

TubeSolar, Blackrock Gold and FCR Real Estate: money makes the world go round

  • Investments

Filled company coffers open up many opportunities to seize growth opportunities. From a timing point of view, capital increases or new investments are therefore often interesting. Which companies are now sitting on high level liquidity that can be invested profitably, or who will soon receive new funds? Here are three companies that investors should take a closer look at right now.

Read

02. October 2020 | 12:49 CET | by Mario Hose

Barrick, Desert Gold, Gazprom: Using volatility wisely

  • Investments

The stock exchange is not a one-way street, and for this reason, there are also fluctuations in price formation. There is no such thing as a fair valuation that statically determines the value of a share. Every investor has different motives in investment decisions and about the timing of the sale. The only common denominator of investors and speculators is the goal to make money. Shares with high volatility are predestined for speculative traders, while investors usually prefer that a company's share price continuously increases in value.

Read

02. October 2020 | 11:14 CET | by Mario Hose

Airbus, Boeing, Defense Metals: US government sets course

  • Rare Earth Elements

Acting US President Donald Trump has been a polarizing figure since the beginning of his political career. While he tries to speak from the heart to one part of the population, he drives his opponents crazy with rhetorical games. Although Trump ends wars started by his predecessors and avoids new military conflicts, the global reputation of the US government is currently at rock bottom. Meanwhile, Trump is gaining new fans on social media on the Canadian side. Acting Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, has to put up with the accusation that Trump is doing more for the country's economic success. The reason for this statement is the construction of a USD 22 billion railway line from the Canadian province of Alberta to the US state of Alaska. But there is another sector that benefits from Trump.

Read

02. October 2020 | 10:50 CET | by Nico Popp

Delivery Hero, PayPal, Wallstreet Online: Which stock hits the spirit of the times?

  • Investments

A recent study by the industry association Bitkom showed, even seniors are not averse to ordering online. Specifically, the survey was about food orders on the Internet. Almost a third of the seniors who otherwise order online also come for groceries. To what extent this investigation precisely reflects the truth remains open. But it shows one thing: The world has been changing even more since Corona than it was already. Some companies benefit from it. One example is the Delivery Hero. The company has specialized in selling food online and offers a delivery service. The DAX group is not at all active in Germany, but that does not matter to investors: Over the course of a year, the share went up a whopping 140%. But what about the potential?

Read

02. October 2020 | 10:45 CET | by André Will-Laudien

SIEMENS, NEL, BLACKROCK GOLD: Gold before the next buying wave!

  • Gold

The US-Department of Labor did not have good news to share yesterday. Although the number of initial applications for benefits from the US unemployment insurance scheme decreased in the week ending September 26, seasonally adjusted, it still amounted to 837,000, which was then corrected upward to 873,000. Compared to the previous week, this is only 36,000 fewer than previously reported. 11.77 million people now receive unemployment benefits in the USA. The gold market has known for a while now of the huge hole in the public coffers, due to the economic slump of over 30%, created by the pandemic. The latest market correction is complete, and it is heading north again at rates of over USD 1,900.00.

Read

01. October 2020 | 13:35 CET | by Nico Popp

Aurelius, Lukoil, SolGold: What do the jacks-of-all-trades on the stock exchange offer?

  • Investments

Those who can do a little bit of everything can go far in the professional world. Currently, the discussion about "neo-generalists" is dominating the career pages. In a world of change it is advantageous to be knowledgeable in many varied sectors, but experts criticize half-knowledge and half-baked proposals from the professional jack-of-all-trades. There are companies on the stock exchange that offer a colorful bouquet of activities. Often, the market does not initially assess this adequately. One example is the investment company, Aurelius. Whenever opportunities for acquisitions arise in promising sectors, Aurelius snaps at them. The result is a varied bouquet of investments. Aurelius itself supports the companies and plans to sell them again after successful restructuring. At present, the company has a full exit pipeline, but the market environment seems a little unfavorable given the crisis. However, diversity can pay off here - after all, not all industries are equally affected.

Read

01. October 2020 | 13:25 CET | by Mario Hose

BioNTech, NEL ASA, BYD: Which shares will rise afterward?

  • Investments

In international comparison, BioNTech is one of the leading pharmaceutical companies in the fight against corona. The research team is receiving substantial funding and support from investors and government agencies for the development of a vaccine against Covid-19. NEL ASA is one of the pioneers in the hydrogen sector and is involved in the development of plant infrastructure for multiple projects. BYD is a company from China that trades as a future competitor of Tesla in investor circles. All companies have proven to be successful. Their share prices have reflected this success having multiplied drastically this year. This has resulted in several billion Euro market valuations. Once a vaccine against Covid-19 becomes available, one industry will benefit particularly and it offers an excellent entry scenario for investors.

Read

30. September 2020 | 11:45 CET | by Nico Popp

BAT, Barrick Gold, Osino Resources: Supposed political risks, a burden, and an opportunity

  • Investments

Businesses, like citizens, operate within the regulatory framework. In this way, the state guarantees peaceful coexistence. But what if the legal framework changes? It is easy for individuals to adapt to new circumstances. It can be more challenging for companies - for example, if a business model is shaken by regulatory requirements. The best example is the tobacco company BAT. Recently, the German Bundesrat cleared the way for a law that further restricts advertising for tobacco products. Even e-cigarettes, celebrated by the industry as a source of hope, will be subject to the likely ban. Cinema advertising, marketing activities, etc will also be restricted in the future.

Read

30. September 2020 | 10:42 CET | by Mario Hose

Commerzbank, Deutsche Bank, Bigg Digital Assets: Getting off to a good start after a lean period

  • Environmental Protection

October 2020 will be uncomfortable for many entrepreneurs and banks in Germany. The reason for this is that the German government's special regulation in connection with the Corona Pandemic is expiring, and insolvent companies will have to file for bankruptcy. The aforementioned occurs when 10% of a company's liabilities cannot be paid within three weeks. But there are also rays of hope.

Read

30. September 2020 | 09:33 CET | by Mario Hose

Beyond Meat, Nikola, Newlox: meat replacement, hydrogen, and green gold

  • Environmental Protection

The quest for a better world coupled with economic success motivates investors around the globe to participate in innovation and business ideas. These are often subjects that promote health and protect the environment. Those who think big and plan ahead receive the relevant attention. But everyone has started small at one time or another, so success stories also serve as inspiration for young and small companies with good ideas.

Read

29. September 2020 | 10:51 CET | by Mario Hose

BioNTech, Bayer, Valeo Pharma: Share price jump ahead of quarterly results

  • Health

Investors' expectations of developments can drive the share price. When it comes to solving a problem or creating needs, the interest of the capital market is particularly high. Things get exciting for investors when the business model offers the possibilities of scalability. Attractive investment opportunities can be created in the fields of health and medicine, which offer extraordinary return opportunities.

Read

28. September 2020 | 15:09 CET | by Mario Hose

BYD, Plug Power, Scottie Resources: Who has the best track record?

  • Investments

Various sectors of the stock market are of particular interest to investors at the moment. Mobility is an engaging subject for people all around the globe. All developments are closely scrutinised, resulting in progress being rewarded by increased investor interest. When regress and uncertainty are detected, investors react like a shy deer and scatter. There are numerous opportunities to invest in and the time spent on shares is a critical factor, especially for stockholders. As always, it is worth taking a broad perspective.

Read

28. September 2020 | 14:57 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Palantir Technologies, Velocity Minerals, SNP Schneider-Neureither & Partner: where do the opportunities lie now?

  • Investments

Last week investors were shaken from severe market volatility. While the Dow Jones was able to make up almost all its losses by the weekend, losing just under 2% on the balance and the Nasdaq even gaining just under 2%, investors had to put up with a decline of around 5% in the Dax and around 4.5% in the price of gold. So where do the opportunities lie now?

Read

28. September 2020 | 10:15 CET | by Mario Hose

BioNTech, NEL ASA, Silver Viper: Profit lies in purchasing

  • Investments

As is well known, timing is of paramount importance for the stock market. Investors who look to take a position always look for the best possible entry point. Rarely do even experienced stock market traders succeed in hitting the low point before the price rises. In connection with the current Corona Pandemic and the uncertainties as to how the course of a possible second wave of infection will develop, there have already been considerable price fluctuations and entry opportunities on the stock markets in recent weeks.

Read

25. September 2020 | 12:24 CET | by Mario Hose

K+S, Grenke, Desert Gold: When does uncertainty become an opportunity?

  • Investments

When shares make losses over weeks and months, shareholders hope for an end to the sell-off. Potential buyers ask themselves whether the investment opportunity has already arisen. But the end of a downward trend can always only be determined afterward and can hardly ever be determined exactly. Rather, investors must shed light on the background to a price decline to decide whether it is permanent or merely temporary. The K+S fertilizer group has already been selling off for many years - on a five-year horizon a loss of more than 80% has been recorded - but what is the reason for this?

Read

24. September 2020 | 13:10 CET | by Mario Hose

BP, Saturn Oil & Gas, Shell: Citigroup and Goldman Sachs see oil price at USD 60

  • Oil

Oil producers may be facing an exciting turnaround. The experts from Citigroup and Goldman Sachs see the price of oil in 2021 already back at USD 60.00 per barrel or even above. The statements of the analysts are supported by the assumption that the current oversupply will have been reduced by then. The recovery of economies around the globe will bring demand for oil back to pre-corona pandemic levels by the end of 2021.

Read

24. September 2020 | 09:15 CET | by Mario Hose

Barrick Gold, Blackrock Gold, Osino Resources: buy when weak?

  • Gold

The price of gold and silver has come under pressure in the past few days and so too has the price of the shares of the companies involved in the creation of value for precious metals. The fear of another lockdown in connection with the Corona pandemic seems to be worrying the markets. Against this backdrop the central banks and governments continue to support the economy with measures. The correction in precious metals may now be an opportunity to enter, because when the presses are running at full speed, the oldest currency in the world is usually a safe haven.

Read

23. September 2020 | 14:13 CET | by Nico Popp

Deutsche Bank, Daimler, Triumph Gold: What about these fallen angels?

  • Investments

When investigative journalists immerse themselves in the world of business, the name of Deutsche Bank is mentioned more and more often. Despite countless legal disputes and fines in recent years, the news flow does not end, the latest accusations being activities that observers call money laundering. The documentation surrounding the business relationship between Donald Trump and Deutsche Bank has cast what was once the world's largest financial institution, in a bad light. Although Trump had owed money to one department of the bank for a long time, another department of the bank lent money to the then dazzling real estate mogul to pay off his debts. Many investors would certainly not have thought that such a transaction, based on the principle of right pocket to left pocket would be possible at all. Deutsche Bank rejected a comment on the above-mentioned incident concerning banking secrecy.

Read

23. September 2020 | 11:14 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Varta, United Internet, SolGold: Future copper scarcity is becoming apparent

  • Copper

A study commissioned by the International Copper Association (ICA) shows that by 2030 more than 250,000 tonnes of copper per year will be used as part of the windings in electric motors for all types of vehicles. Added to this is the long-established copper requirement in all conventional electrical appliances, electricity storage systems, generators and, last but not least, in construction, where the patina of roof and rain pipe structures is concerned. Copper is ubiquitous and yet one of the rarest metals on this globe. Current production is around 20 million tonnes of copper per year but is tending to decline by 5% per year due to mine exploitation and closures. South America is the largest copper producer in the world. According to official resource estimates, about 40% of the total copper deposits worldwide are in South and Central America, especially in Chile. The spot price of the rare metal has risen by a staggering 55% since the corona collapse in March and recently reached a new annual high.

Read

23. September 2020 | 09:05 CET | by Mario Hose

BioNTech, CureVac, or Valeo Pharma: who brings the highest return to shareholders?

  • Covid-19

When the Corona Pandemic started in November 2019 in Wuhan, China, nobody could have guessed the extent of the disease. Socially, economically and politically, Covid-19 has turned the world upside down. With increasing knowledge in dealing with the coronavirus, people around the globe are trying to come to terms with the new state of affairs - as best they can. On the stock market, there are numerous opportunities for investors to participate in further development in the fight against serious diseases.

Read

22. September 2020 | 09:20 CET | by Mario Hose

Almonty, BASF, Bayer: where is it worth starting now?

  • Investments

The start of the week was marked by price losses. In Europe and North America, the leading indices closed in the red. The fear of further effects of the Corona Pandemic has dampened market sentiment. Given that the banknote presses are still running, the breather on the capital markets is again likely to be short-lived. At the time when a vaccine against Covid-19 receives approval, the economy will once again experience an unleashed boom - provided that people can and may want to return to their jobs. Which shares are worthwhile now?

Read

22. September 2020 | 07:35 CET | by Mario Hose

NEL ASA, Newlox, Shell: golden profits with environmental protection

  • Environmental Protection

Future expectations for companies are valued into their prices on the stock exchange. Depending on the industry and business model, shares are either in high demand or 'out'. Conservative investors usually use valuation models to limit how much the value of a share can rise and under what premises. In practice, however, theoretical calculations can also be wrong, so they serve as a guide. The two classic cases are boom and crash. In one situation, the share price runs away from you and in the other case, the return comes under pressure.

Read

21. September 2020 | 08:38 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Snowflake, Wallstreet:Online, Commerzbank - Investors reward success

  • Investments

Scalable business models are popular with investors. A specific infrastructure, service or product can be offered by the provider to an increasing number of customers at no noticeable additional cost. These often exponential growth rates make the providers' coffers ring. The stock markets usually reward the rosy outlook with strong price gains. If, on the other hand, the growth story is missing, investors can already be satisfied with a sideways movement.

Read

21. September 2020 | 07:35 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Daimler, Nikola, dynaCERT: He who can deliver, makes the business!

  • Hydrogen

Hydrogen is the better alternative to batteries - No other topic like hydrogen is causing the waves on the stock market to beat as hard as they have done recently. The supporters of clean air, CO2 reduction, and ongoing greenhouse gas discussions see battery technology only as a temporary hype, which was started by Tesla in particular. The industry has long known that battery technology will always remain "unclean", because its production and subsequent disposal alone consumes many times more resources than technologies that have long been available, such as water electrolysis, i.e. the decomposition of water into hydrogen and oxygen. If we consider the fuel diesel, with a share in transport of over 90%, a much more efficient and environmentally friendly combustion process can be designed by using these highly reactive elements. The energy efficiency of the electrolysis of water is over 70%. It is therefore essential that companies such as Tesla and Nikola actively strive for these findings given the wide-ranging discussions on sustainability. But Daimler also recently declared that it does not want to simply let the sleepy trend toward e-mobility standstill and will rely on hydrogen as the technology of the future.

Read

21. September 2020 | 07:22 CET | by Mario Hose

Grenke, JinkoSolar, Velocity Minerals - continue buying gold or are there alternatives?

  • Investments

Nowhere in the world, was more gold bought in the first six months of 2020 than in Germany. Coins and bars in the amount of about 83 tons went into the hands of the citizens. According to the World Gold Council, this represents an increase of 120% compared to the same period last year and equates to roughly EUR 4.4 billion in value. Those investors who do not want to be involved in the storage of gold, but still want a well-diversified portfolio with precious metal content, should look at shares in the value chain.

Read

18. September 2020 | 09:22 CET | by Mario Hose

Lufthansa, Silver Viper, TUI - does diversification and patience pay off?

  • Investments

After 6 months of Covid-19 restrictions the world we knew no longer exists. We have had to accept many sacrifices, but did we also feel a loss every time? No more vacation trips abroad and business had to be concluded online without personal contact. Suddenly things started to work out in a way that we never thought possible. Our new world, with adapted everyday rituals, is in the making and with it new investment opportunities are arising.

Read

18. September 2020 | 09:00 CET | by Nico Popp

BHP Group, Newcrest Mining, SolGold: Getting bogged down or putting all your eggs in one basket

  • Gold

When it comes to investing in commodity companies, the BHP Group is a household name. The British company is active worldwide, mining coal, iron ore, copper and other commodities and has long been considered a solid dividend earner. But recently the company has disappointed: Special effects put pressure on profits, unrest in Chile made life difficult for BHP and the Corona pandemic also left its mark: the bottom line at the end of the financial year at the end of June was a profit of no less than EUR 6.75 billion. While the mood among investors was not particularly good, BHP cut its dividend by around ten percent, thus spoiling shareholders’ sentiment even further. On a year-on-year basis, the share price fell by around 1.4%. In view of the good performance of copper following the outbreak of the pandemic, this is too little for many investors.

Read

18. September 2020 | 06:00 CET | by Mario Hose

BioNTech, CureVac, EXMceuticals - reaching their goal with government support

  • Covid-19

In the fight against the spread of the Corona Pandemic, a great deal of commitment is required from companies. This situation also offers the opportunity to rethink and change existing work processes and procedures. Product ranges are being expanded and new possibilities and active ingredients are being sought to combat Covid-19. Above all, the common good of all is the primary focus of political institutions and for this reason they are not letting research-based companies down and are attracting them with special permits and subsidies. Ultimately, everyone around the world will likely benefit from this.

Read

17. September 2020 | 06:00 CET | by Mario Hose

Almonty, BYD, Royal Helium - developments of great importance

  • Investments

We live in a global business environment, though currently we seem detached due to the fight against the Corona Pandemic, business goes on and this too shall pass. Elon Musk is already preparing for the conquest of space with SpaceX and the fierce battle for market share in the automotive sector continues. Raw materials are a key component of the manufacturing industry. Therefore those who can secure access to rare raw materials often gain a decisive competitive advantage. These raw materials can also come in the form of gases and are of crucial importance, especially if they are irreplaceable and cannot be produced artificially.

Read

16. September 2020 | 10:05 CET | by Mario Hose

Blackrock Gold, Continental, Siemens: Spin-Off as driver of share price

  • Spin-Off

In the case of growing and large companies, the decision may be made in the course of development that part of the operational business be formed into a separate entity. A so-called spin-off or spin-out can have various advantages. On the one hand, capital-intensive businesses can separately tap the capital market independently in the form of a stock exchange listing and, in addition, the original company can also use the opportunity to sell shares. On the capital market, spin-off rumors and announcements can generate great interest among investors.

Read

15. September 2020 | 11:38 CET | by Mario Hose

E*TRADE, flatex, wallstreet:online: the winners of the Corona Pandemic

  • Broker

Since the beginning of the Corona Pandemic, economic life has tended to shift from the offline to the online world. The winners of this trend are e-commerce service providers, such as Amazon and HelloFresh, and above all the operators of online brokerage platforms. This phenomenon affects not only Europe, but also the USA. The shares of these companies have been able to increase significantly since March 2020, and with a new generation of stock market winners, the trend can continue for a long time to come.

Read

15. September 2020 | 11:00 CET | by Mario Hose

B2Gold, Barrick Gold, Desert Gold: Did Warren Buffett bet on the right horse?

  • Gold

The price of gold has stabilized above the USD 1,900.00 per troy ounce mark in recent weeks. Against the background that the Corona Pandemic is not slowing down and that a second wave is becoming measurable in many places, the actions taken by governments and central banks are continuing cheerfully, thus ensuring further demand for the world's oldest currency. Those who want to protect their assets are probably best off buying shares in a gold company like Warren Buffett, and for those who can't decide, there is also a solution.

Read

14. September 2020 | 12:28 CET | by Mario Hose

Ballard Power, Nikola, Saturn Oil & Gas - Share price potential with good ideas

  • Investments

Last Friday, rumors led to an 185% rise in the shares of Canadian exploration company Giga Metals. According to several sources, Tesla plans to purchase nickel and cobalt from this company in British Columbia in the future. The main reason for this is that Giga Metals will be able to operate the mine with hydroelectric power. In addition, environmental regulations in Canada are among the strictest in the world. Against this background, Tesla is able to improve its own CO2 footprint. A sensible and overdue step that hopefully will be imitated.

Read

14. September 2020 | 04:50 CET | by Mario Hose

BMW, Daimler, Tesla - Share price boost for Giga Metals and soon Defense Metals?

  • Battery

The Giga Metals stock closed Friday with a 184.5% gain, providing investors with a pleasant surprise at the end of the week. Behind this rise in the share price is the rumor that the U.S. carmaker Tesla wants to purchase part of its nickel and cobalt requirements for the production of batteries from environmentally friendly sources in the future. Not only does Giga Metals have large quantities of these raw materials, but it also has potential access to hydroelectric energy to make its mining environmentally friendly. By sourcing from Canada, Tesla would have the opportunity to reduce its own carbon footprint.

Read

11. September 2020 | 10:50 CET | by Nico Popp

Newcrest Mining, Barrick Gold, Blackrock Gold: Eat and be eaten

  • Gold

Major gold producers are shining with fundamental data. This increases the scope for important acquisitions. At the same time, young companies are attracting attention. Is a wave of takeovers following?

Gold has become a serious alternative for many investors. Even investment professionals, who until now have tended to focus on bonds, are now adding precious metals to their portfolios. Due to high liquidity and certain investment guidelines among professional investors, equities are also increasingly becoming the focus of attention. But not all shares are the same - investors should not blindly buy everything that has "gold" or "mining" in its name.

Read

11. September 2020 | 09:59 CET | by Mario Hose

BioNTech, CureVac, Valeo Pharma - Growth after capital injection

  • Covid-19

Anyone working in the medical sector knows that the development of therapies and products usually costs a lot of time and especially a lot of money. In the race against the spread of the current Corona pandemic, there are major changes in the industry, because whoever comes to the market with a product first is de facto guaranteed high sales and profits. However, there is not much time left for the development of a vaccine against Covid-19 and to reduce the economic damage, researching companies have virtually unlimited amounts of money available. Whoever finds a solution against Covid-19 will certainly have the right team in the starting blocks in the fight against the subsequent Corona viruses.

Read

10. September 2020 | 07:37 CET | by Mario Hose

Allianz, Bayer, Newlox - Opportunities and risks go hand in hand

  • Gold

If the shares of the U.S. company Apple fluctuate, then the impact on market capitalization may well amount to the entire equivalent value of the fourth-largest DAX company, Allianz. Apple's market value is around EUR 1,640 billion, and against this, Germany's insurance giant, at around EUR 75 billion, looks like a delicate little plant. There are various reasons for this, which lie beyond the objective or fundamental valuation. For one thing, more German investors buy the shares of U.S. companies than the other way around, and moreover, premium smartphones and tablets are simply more exciting for the younger generation of investors than insurance policies. From this perspective, healthy diversification makes perfect sense.

Read

10. September 2020 | 07:06 CET | by Nico Popp

AngloGold Ashanti, Newmont, Velocity Minerals: Where does price potential slumber?

  • Gold

While the German government is thinking about softening the insolvency law even longer than expected and thus keeping many ailing companies alive, central banks make no secret of continuing the path of cheap money they embarked on immediately after the outbreak of the Corona pandemic. As a first reaction, the prices of gold and companies related to the mining of gold climbed significantly. Currently the prices have come back somewhat. Since the basic fundamental situation around the precious metal is still intact, the current phase should be seen in retrospect as a pause for breath. Reason enough to take a closer look at three companies from the gold sector.

Read

09. September 2020 | 06:26 CET | by Mario Hose

Naga Group, Triumph Gold, UmweltBank - who has a crisis-resistant business model?

  • Covid-19

In times of the Corona Pandemic, many companies have learned the limits of their resilience. There are winners and losers as well as market participants who have not experienced any changes. When the panic in the markets was at its peak in March 2020, the price of gold was also on a downward trend. A few months later, the symbolic USD 2,000.00 mark was already exceeded. The measures taken by the central banks are leading to different developments in the various sectors of economic life and investors can benefit from this.

Read

08. September 2020 | 10:38 CET | by Mario Hose

Blackrock Gold, NEL ASA, XIAOMI - success stories with potential

  • Success

Discoveries and innovations drive share prices on the stock markets. Yes, the more sustainable the success, the greater the increase in value for shareholders. It is therefore hardly surprising that changes and developments in everyday economic life mean that old names can disappear and be replaced by new companies. Apart from the oldest currency in the world, nothing is for eternity. Whether the historical investment approach: "buy and hold" is still valid today depends, as always, on the company.

Read

08. September 2020 | 07:09 CET | by Nico Popp

Barrick Gold, Gazprom, Scottie Resources: Who convinces the market?

  • Investments

To be noticed by the market, it takes more than just a big name. Learn how investors can invest in a phase of global money flood.

Still completely on the low in March, commodity stocks have been developing a strong dynamic for months. The reason: despite the pandemic, demand for copper and even crude oil has not slumped significantly. In the case of gold, demand is even rising continuously. This is due to the measures taken by governments and central banks to combat the crisis. As was the case during the great financial crisis, state institutions are supporting the markets with liquidity. This drives not only gold and other precious metals but also other commodities. But how should investors invest in this market environment?

Read

07. September 2020 | 05:50 CET | by Mario Hose

Daimler, Lufthansa, Royal Helium - the crisis is an opportunity for wealth

  • Investments

As is well known, the future is traded on the stock exchange and for this reason investors are always looking for the right time to start a new investment. It can be political decisions or new technological trends that cause sales and profits to soar. In the case of Covid-19, restrictions imposed by governments around the world brought many industries to a standstill. Gradually the picture around the Corona pandemic is clearing up and normality is slowly returning in many parts of society with a new understanding of hygiene. Since mid-March 2020, the peak of the Corona panic on the world's stock markets, many share prices have more than recovered. But there are also some companies that still have potential or are waiting to be rediscovered.

Read

04. September 2020 | 09:48 CET | by Nico Popp

Moderna, Evotec or Valeo Pharma: Who has the game changer?

  • Covid-19

The pandemic is driving the markets. But sometimes investors either come too late or bet on the wrong horse. In the analysis, three stocks for which investors hope for the game changer. The fact that the search for a cure for Covid-19 is making high waves on the stock market is shown by stocks like Moderna. Despite the current price correction, the biotech company from the USA achieves an annual performance of a massive 280%. The reason for this soaring performance is easy to find: Moderna is researching a Corona vaccine and has already reported promising interim results. Among other things, the EU has already secured several million vaccine doses in the event of a successful clinical approval procedure.

Read

03. September 2020 | 13:50 CET | by Mario Hose

HAEMATO, MBH Corporation, USU Software - on the right path in 2020

  • Investments

The year 2020 will be a special year. The Corona Pandemic has turned many industries upside down. The travel industry and restaurants, for example, have enormous challenges to overcome and many companies will not make it despite government support. However, there are also business models that have been able to continue despite the restrictions or have not experienced any significant impairments. The analysts of GBC Research have studied various companies and published their evaluations.

Read

03. September 2020 | 07:20 CET | by Mario Hose

Desert Gold, dynaCERT, Valeo Pharma - good news and the right time

  • Investments

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

01. September 2020 | 11:56 CET | by Mario Hose

BioNTech, CureVac, Valeo Pharma - COVID-19 wakes up the industry

  • Covid-19

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

01. September 2020 | 05:55 CET | by Mario Hose

TUI, SolGold and Klöckner & Co - Rediscovery with early warning

  • Turnaround

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

31. August 2020 | 05:55 CET | by Mario Hose

Ballard, Burcon, dynaCERT - stock market favorites with enormous upside potential

  • Environmental Protection

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

31. August 2020 | 05:45 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Varta, Saturn Oil & Gas, Plug Power - something for everyone's taste

  • Mobility

"Tastes are different" - this applies to many areas of life. In terms of money and investments, there is a huge range of investment methods and strategies. Shares, which climb new highs, provide buy signals in the chart technique and make further rising prices likely. Then there is the broad mass of securities, which must consolidate and again by good enterprise developments be kissed awake and then again to the climbing of new all time highs start. Here are three stocks for all tastes.

Read

28. August 2020 | 06:51 CET | by Mario Hose

Triumph Gold, TUI, wallstreet:online - Special situations with potential

  • Special situations

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

28. August 2020 | 06:30 CET | by Mario Hose

Commerzbank, Desert Gold, Deutsche Bank - Money supply increases significantly

  • Monetary policy

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

27. August 2020 | 07:26 CET | by Mario Hose

NEL ASA, PowerCell Sweden, Royal Helium - aviation as a growth market

  • Aviation

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

27. August 2020 | 05:50 CET | by Mario Hose

NEL ASA, NVIDIA, SolGold - copper, processors and hydrogen for the portfolio

  • Electromobility

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

26. August 2020 | 05:51 CET | by Mario Hose

B2Gold, Barrick, Blackrock Gold - who doubles its value the fastest?

  • Gold

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

25. August 2020 | 11:56 CET | by Mario Hose

Bayer, Siltronic, XPhyto - is it worthwhile to invest now?

  • Investoren

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

25. August 2020 | 09:37 CET | by Mario Hose

Coreo, Helma, Osino Resources - Diversification in values

  • Values

In recent months, investors have focused on well-known Internet and technology companies such as Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Microsoft. Detached from the valuation, buyers are attracting new buyers, and so it is no wonder that new record prices are constantly being reached for the already most expensive listed companies in the world. The second and third rows are currently still getting little of the money, but it will only be a matter of time before the euphoria among the smaller companies also increases. So it may be worthwhile to take a look.

Read

24. August 2020 | 07:58 CET | by Mario Hose

Apple, Scottie Resources, Tesla - where do investments make sense now?

  • Investments

The shares of the largest companies in the world promise high liquidity. Companies with technologies are the focus of investors - especially among the younger generation. So it is hardly surprising that the measures taken by the central banks are leading to a flight from money to shares in companies. Company shares that are very tradable and backed by dividends or profits can be more valuable in the end than the bond of a heavily debt-driven state or its paper money, which could be multiplied virtually endlessly. The situation in the commodities sector is becoming increasingly exciting, as physical gold is in greater demand than ever before, but most investors are not yet focusing on this sector.

Read

24. August 2020 | 06:58 CET | by Mario Hose

BioNTech, CureVac, Valeo Pharma - the license to print money

  • Covid-19

Those who solve problems or create desires can usually earn a lot of money. One of the most important requirements is that the solution is scalable and can be sold in large quantities. The solutions around the Corona pandemic are a particularly lucrative business, because there is enormous pressure to act from all sides. The sooner vaccines or other products are available, the sooner it will be possible to return to normal everyday life. While two German pharmaceutical companies are investing a lot of money in researching a vaccine, a Canadian competitor is taking an equally exciting and less risky route.

Read

21. August 2020 | 08:00 CET | by Mario Hose

BP, Saturn Oil & Gas, Shell - why this share is now interesting

  • Oil

The Corona pandemic is still keeping politics and business busy. The restrictions in everyday life are causing many changes for people. An end to the situation is not yet in sight and therefore great hope is being placed in the development of a vaccine against Covid-19. Those who want to position themselves for the time after this phase have excellent opportunities with the oil sector, one of the largest markets in the world.

Read

20. August 2020 | 08:29 CET | by Mario Hose

EQS Group, EXMceuticals, Media and Games Invest - Buy recommendations from the experts

  • Analysts

Analysts' reports on listed companies serve investors as an external source of information. As a rule, research houses publish their recommendations in connection with financing, the publication of financial statements or in order to increase awareness. The information is usually freely accessible so that as broad a public as possible can form an opinion about the company. For orientation, analysts give a price target within a time window and a rating, which can be 'buy', 'hold' or 'sell', for example.

Read

19. August 2020 | 08:20 CET | by Mario Hose

dynaCERT, TUI, Varta - where is it worth investing now?

  • Investments

The Corona Pandemic has changed society and the economy in recent months. Topics such as social distancing did not exist in this extreme way before and has, for example, turned the travel industry upside down. As a result of government rescue measures, airlines and travel companies had to be provided with liquidity so that the systemically important corporations did not slip into insolvency through no fault of their own and much larger and more uncontrollable losses were caused by a domino effect. But a lot has also happened in the technology sector and there are exciting developments that can be lucrative for investors.

Read

18. August 2020 | 06:00 CET | by Mario Hose

BioNTech, CureVac, Valeo Pharma - who is the Covid-19 winner?

  • Covid-19

The two German companies BioNTech and CureVac have already provided investors with a considerable boost in share prices. The companies have come into the public eye in recent months because they are working on a vaccine against Covid-19 and have already made great progress. Worldwide, these two companies belong to the elite in research and are a beacon of hope in the fight against the corona pandemic. While BioNTech has been listed on the stock exchange for some time, CureVac made its stock market debut last Friday - with success. Investors who have so far missed their entry in these companies should have Valeo Pharma at least on their watch list.

Read

17. August 2020 | 08:00 CET | by Mario Hose

Barrick Gold, Desert Gold, SolGold - Buffett's Berkshire gives the starting signal

  • Gold

When on Friday evening after trading hours the news went on the tickers that one of the richest people in the world was switching from banks to gold, then this in itself would have received attention. But that of all people Warren Buffett with his investment company Berkshire Hathaway is now investing in the gold sector has a completely different quality for the investment community. Buffett has always refused to invest in gold, this new attitude towards the precious metal will be the starting signal for a rally through new investor circles. In addition to Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Tesla, gold shares obviously also belong in the portfolio. An exciting stock market week with buying opportunities begins.

Read

14. August 2020 | 08:07 CET | by Mario Hose

EXMceuticals, Nebelhornbahn, Syzygy - where entry opportunities now exist

  • Investments

While the share prices of a variety of large companies have already returned to pre-Covid-19 price levels, the shares of small and mid-caps are often still trading at significantly lower levels. Here, there may be opportunities with price potential that can offer attractive returns for investors. It may therefore be worthwhile to take a closer look at some business models and companies.

Read

13. August 2020 | 08:14 CET | by Mario Hose

dynaCERT, NEL ASA, Royal Helium - benefit from the UN climate mission

  • Inert gas

Helium and hydrogen are now not only driving space travel and modern mobility, the inert gases are also the focus of investors and politicians. While Elon Musk and Richard Branson want to make space tourism possible and NASA is using SpaceX to implement extensive programmes with satellites, the demand for helium will continue to increase. Hydrogen is increasingly being discussed as an alternative to a more polluting battery as an energy storage medium. An innovation that uses hydrogen as a catalyst has now been included in the United Nations' "United 4 Smart Sustainable Cities" program: HydraGEN

Read

12. August 2020 | 08:27 CET | by Mario Hose

Barrick Gold, Scottie Resources, Triumph Gold - Entry chance after rally

  • Gold

Who would have thought that a report on a Covid-19 vaccine from Russia would bring a breather to the gold rally? Within 24 hours, the price of the precious metal slipped through the USD 2,000.00 and USD 1,900.00 markers, recording a loss in value of around USD 150.00 per troy ounce. Currently the price is trading at USD 1,880.00 and the correction is the largest since March 2020, when the panic about the spread of the Corona virus was at its highest. Gold's rise has already begun in May 2019 at below USD 1,300.00 and the current trend may offer an excellent entry opportunity.

Read

11. August 2020 | 09:46 CET | by Mario Hose

B2Gold, Desert Gold, Osino Resources - Gold is becoming scarce

  • Gold

The price of a troy ounce of gold has been quoted at over USD 2,000.00 for some time now and has thus reached historic territory. Given that fears of a decline in the value of fiat money are encouraging people to flee to the world's oldest currency, this situation is expected to continue as long as central banks and politicians implement measures to mitigate the consequences of the Corona Pandemic. The measures taken in 2020 are likely to be ten times higher than the activities related to the financial crisis in 2008/09. The value driver for gold is the fact that it cannot be produced artificially and, in addition, by 2029, annual production volumes are estimated to have fallen by 45%, which could have an additional panic effect.

Read

10. August 2020 | 06:01 CET | by Mario Hose

dynaCERT, NEL ASA, McPhy - does hydrogen need nuclear power?

  • Hydrogen

In Europe, hydrogen as an energy carrier is becoming the focus of debate, offering a more environmentally friendly and practicable alternative to the battery as an energy storage medium in mobility. The production of batteries is an environmental sin par excellence. Raw materials have to be mined at great expense, a great amount of additional energy is needed for production, and at the end of the life cycle there is non-recyclable hazardous waste. Hydrogen, on the other hand, can be produced by electrolysis with CO2-neutral electricity and converted back into electricity. While in France the clean transformation of mobility can be mastered, Germany is in a self-inflicted and expensive dead-end road.

Read

05. August 2020 | 07:06 CET | by Mario Hose

Barrick Gold, Osino Resources, Triumph Gold - who will double next?

  • Gold

August 4th, 2020 will probably go down in history books, the day when the gold price first climbed above the USD 2,000.00 mark. But perhaps it will also lose significance, because the USD 2,500.00 and USD 3,000.00 mark may soon fall. Why? Quite simply because, as the money supply increases, more and more people are fleeing into the oldest currency in the world: gold. The advantage of physical gold over certificates and other printable products is its uniqueness. While central banks around the world print money to maintain social peace during the Corona restrictions, the price marks for physical gold will fall like dominoes.

Read

04. August 2020 | 07:13 CET | by Mario Hose

dynaCERT, McPhy, SolGold - the right shares for the future

  • Investments

Scalability is usually a key feature for success stories. As soon as the preliminary work or development is completed, the money-making process begins. Patents can also be equivalent to a license to print money. In addition to the technology industry, the description also applies to the natural resources industry. In the future, anyone sitting on gold and copper will have the crucial metals to protect assets and to implement the electrification of everyday life. There are even companies that hold projects with gold and copper deposits.

Read

03. August 2020 | 07:53 CET | by Mario Hose

Ballard Power, NEL ASA, Desert Gold - why we will see panic

  • Gold

In the past two years, the shares of listed hydrogen companies have risen significantly due to a lack of alternatives. A new eco-system with hydrogen as an energy carrier is being created worldwide and, as part of the development process, suppliers from all parts of the world are positioning themselves - around the globe. Some of these companies already have a long history and can now enjoy state-subsidized success. Political measures and the increase in the money supply, by the central banks, are creating a boom in demand in another sector, which only a few investors have focused on so far - the discovery of gold reserves. The flight from money is driving the demand for physical gold to historic highs and an end is not in sight due to the threat of a second wave of corona contagion. The major producers have already seen their gold reserves shrink by 34% since 2012 and it is feared that the annual production volume will fall from 118 million ounces in 2020 to below 65 million ounces in 2029. A takeover wave in the exploration sector is a logical consequence.

Read

03. August 2020 | 07:27 CET | by Mario Hose

Plug Power, Powercell Sweden, Royal Helium - why helium is facing hype

  • Helium

The world of noble gases has interesting applications and the number is growing. Helium and hydrogen are the most common elements in the universe and have a lower density than air. As an energy carrier and catalyst in combustion engines, hydrogen can be used in mobility to reduce CO2 emissions or as an energy storage medium so that fuel cells can generate electricity from the energy again. Hydrogen tanks can be used instead of batteries and are therefore particularly resource-saving - a major advantage over lithium batteries. Helium has a particularly large number of technical applications and in connection with digitalisation and the launch of space tourism, this inert gas has enormous potential.

Read

31. July 2020 | 06:45 CET | by Mario Hose

dynaCERT, NEL ASA, Saturn Oil & Gas - really good companies with potential

  • ESG

Imagine that the next time you go to a petrol station, you are allowed to specify where the fuel is to come from. Would you rather choose Canada or a country that uses the proceeds from oil deals to buy weapons to threaten the local population or neighbors? People are always striving to improve the quality of life and security. Different companies from various industries can contribute to making the world a little bit better every day, and investors have the opportunity to benefit from this.

Read

30. July 2020 | 08:33 CET | by Mario Hose

Kinross Gold, Osino Resources, Scottie Resources - why now is the right time

  • Gold

It seems as if it has already been decided that the gold price will soon hit the USD 2,000.00 mark. This price is now only symbolic in character, as the precious metal is already at an all-time high and its value continues to rise. Due to the increase in the money supply by the central banks, more and more people are fleeing into the oldest currency in the world and buying gold. Next, the shares of producers and exploration companies will come into focus. Anyone who wants to be part of this must position themselves.

Read

30. July 2020 | 05:50 CET | by Mario Hose

ITM Power, Nikola, Royal Helium - why investors are buying in now

  • Helium

Hydrogen is an interesting energy storage medium for modern ground mobility. The decisive factor for environmental protection, however, is the way in which the energy source is obtained. Green hydrogen is produced from renewable energy sources, i.e. electricity is used for its production, which is generated by wind turbines, solar panels or hydroelectric power. Helium is becoming increasingly important for mobility in space, because the inert gas cannot be produced artificially, but is needed to control rockets. This is a multi-billion-dollar business in which the money for innovations is very loose, especially when there is no substitute.

Read

29. July 2020 | 07:29 CET | by Mario Hose

BioNTech, Eastman Kodak, EXMceuticals - investors have the chance to profit

  • Health

The importance of health has not been as clear for a long time as it was in 2020. Detached from the discussion about the specifics of COVID-19 on mortality compared to other viruses, the need for protection is great and helplessness without a medical response is harmful to the common good. For this reason, experts around the globe are working to find active ingredients and reduce dependence on China for care. Investors have the opportunity to profit from this development.

Read

28. July 2020 | 07:55 CET | by Mario Hose

Desert Gold, NetCents, SolGold, Triumph Gold - the big push is yet to come

  • Gold

Since the beginning of 2017, Bitcoin has been trading at over USD 1,000.00 and the establishment of this psychological mark has been celebrated by the crypto community as a historic breakthrough of a new system. A system that will continue to exist as an alternative to fiat money and as a new currency. The main argument for the Bitcoin was and still is that the number is finite. During 2017, more and more people became interested in the digital currency and the price escalated to USD 19,738.00. Even gold, as the oldest currency in the world, is almost finite, because it cannot be printed and must be found and mined at great expense. Since the beginning of the week, the price of gold has been trading at a historical level of around USD 1,940.00 and the question arises as to how much further the value of the precious metal can increase.

Read

24. July 2020 | 07:30 CET | by Mario Hose

NEL ASA, Royal Helium, SolGold - profit lies in purchasing

  • Investments

These are exciting times for investors who focus on trends and technologies. Mobility is a hotly debated topic of the present. The storage of energy plays a decisive role alongside its generation. Those who can demonstrate solutions in this market have a lucrative future ahead of them. There are also niches that offer great added value and are indispensable for a modern society. In addition, the topic of asset protection is of concern to people around the globe. More than ever before, it is worth thinking about strategic investments.

Read

22. July 2020 | 11:03 CET | by Mario Hose

Barrick Gold, Desert Gold Ventures, Triumph Gold - the gold boom has begun

  • Gold

The price of gold has been rising for more than a year and there is no end in sight. As long as the central banks print money to cure the problems of the Corona Pandemic, the flight from money will continue and investors will exchange paper for gold or other tangible assets. If you have no plans today, then you should think about investing in gold. If you already have a busy schedule, then you should take the time. Don't put yourself in the position of being annoyed at not having traded after these lines when the price reaches USD 2,000.00 and above.

Read

21. July 2020 | 14:17 CET | by Mario Hose

dynaCERT, EXMceuticals, windeln.de - waiting for the turnaround

  • Turnaround

Investors usually assume that their investment should increase from the time they enter the market. The sellers of the shares have already given up this hope or they see the potential as limited, but sometimes it is also personal circumstances that contribute to a decision to sell. As soon as the demand for a company's shares exceeds the supply, the value will usually rise. Usually, positive news about an industry or a company is the trigger for a renewed increase in interest.

Read

21. July 2020 | 07:28 CET | by Mario Hose

Gazprom, Saturn Oil & Gas, Shell - Winners of a supply chain law

  • Supply chain law

In recent weeks, the German media have frequently reported on a so-called supply chain law. The aim of such a law is to ensure that German companies respect human rights and protect the environment in the procurement of materials and products. The world should become a better place and ruthless business practices should not endanger fair competition. Sounds like an exciting initiative that can protect consumers from the unwitting purchase of ethically and morally questionable products. The law has yet to be implemented because market participants fear a competitive disadvantage for German companies. But there would also be winners - even at the petrol pump.

Read

20. July 2020 | 08:22 CET | by Mario Hose

Barrick Gold, Desert Gold, Yamana Gold - the Gold Rush has begun

  • Gold

Gold is money. Geologists of explorers, engineers of developers and the miners of producers - all are involved in bringing the world's oldest currency to us. The precious metal is also in demand in the modern society of the 21st century, and for a significant reason: gold cannot be printed and is therefore essentially different from the so-called fiat currency of central banks. Central banks around the world are currently printing money on a large scale to provide the general public with capital to prevent unrest and the collapse of the rest of the economy.

Read

20. July 2020 | 05:50 CET | by Mario Hose

Ballard Power, Plug Power, Royal Helium - why is helium becoming so important now?

  • Helium

There are niches in which a lot of money is earned because the companies produce something that either many customers need and it is protected by corresponding patents or it is a product that is particularly rare and therefore valuable. An important element of our modern society is for example helium. This inert gas is needed for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and semiconductors, among other things. It is also of decisive importance for the development and operation of rocket technology and space research. With the increasing electrification of everyday life and the opening up of the universe, interest in helium will increase - investors are beginning to position themselves.

Read

17. July 2020 | 13:56 CET | by Mario Hose

BIGG Digital Assets, NetCents, Northern Data - who is the best blockchain pearl?

  • Blockchain

The Blockchain phenomenon has kept the world in a state of excitement in the second half of 2017. A revolution by many young entrepreneurs and investors seemed to be on the way. Business models were springing up like mushrooms. There were almost no barriers to market entry, as most investors were greedy freeloaders and pursued the illusion that in the near future everything will be tokenized and would end up on the Blockchain. Because most market participants had no idea about encryption technologies, critical questions were rarely asked. Sounds bizarre, but that's how it was. Three years later, a number of companies are still active, either because they were able to develop a business model or because they have not run out of money yet.

Read

16. July 2020 | 12:05 CET | by Mario Hose

Desert Gold, Scottie Resources, Triumph Gold - Fund manager explains gold price at USD 5,000

  • Gold

Central banks around the world are currently printing more money than ever before in connection with the Corona Pandemic to keep the rest of the economy afloat and maintain social peace. The short-time work allowance is equivalent to an unconditional basic income, and given the alternatives, that is a good thing at the moment. The danger, however, is that an addiction to cheap money will arise and the bubble in the shares of Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, Google (Alphabet) and Microsoft will continue to escalate. The value of these six US companies is now almost equal to the combined market value of the following indices: DAX, France CAC, FTSE 100, Italy MIB, S&P TSX and Spain IBEX. But the winner of this development is also the oldest currency in the world: gold!

Read

16. July 2020 | 07:30 CET | by Mario Hose

BYD, Commerzbank, Osino Resources - very exciting developments for investors

  • Investments

Investors around the world are looking for the next opportunity to invest or secure their money. Access to information and the networking of capital and the media are creating increasingly strong trends. "The trend is your friend," says an old stock market saying. But it is always followed by "The devil will take the hindmost." It's getting harder and harder to buy and leave it. The disruption of old business models poses great challenges for conservative investors. Nevertheless, there are exciting developments that offer great opportunities for investors.

Read

15. July 2020 | 12:23 CET | by Mario Hose

BioNTech, EXMceuticals, XPhyto - Covid-19 and legalizations offer potential

  • Cannabis

In recent months, the society around the globe has been going through a process of change of deceleration and standstill. Priorities have been redefined and implemented at record speeds in many places. Covid-19 serves as a catalyst for change for many people. The reasons can be different. The development of corona vaccines and antibody tests will make a lot of money in the future and the legalization of cannabis in the USA on a federal level has the potential to create a renaissance.

Read

14. July 2020 | 09:17 CET | by Mario Hose

BioNTech, Saturn Oil & Gas, TUI - Investments with potential

  • Investments

The stock market is diverse and investors are always looking for companies that have potential and are close to a breakthrough or can demonstrate continuity. Much has changed during the Corona Pandemic and, if you look at it closely, we are still in the middle of it. There are still some countries in the world where high rates of infection are observed. For this reason it is important that a vaccine is developed to stop the spread of COVID-19. By then at the latest, other industries will wake up from their slumber and it may therefore be worthwhile to invest in time.

Read

13. July 2020 | 11:00 CET | by Mario Hose

Desert Gold, Tesla, wallstreet:online - high share price gains through scalability

  • Scalability

Investors prefer business models that are scalable. This applies to exploration, electromobility and also in the online world. Access to information and data is the key to success. Tesla shows the way, because the company is not a car manufacturer, but a technology company that collects data. It's similar in exploration, and anyone who can prove where gold is, will earn more money in the future than ever before. wallstreet:online has been offering online banking for more than half a year now, which leads to a monetization of the community, with exorbitant opportunities.

Read

13. July 2020 | 06:20 CET | by Mario Hose

dynaCERT, NEL ASA, Royal Helium - this stock really lifts off

  • Helium

The French astronomer Jules Janssen first discovered helium on our Sun in 1868. Since then, experts have discovered that the Sun consists largely of helium and hydrogen. In reference to the Greek sun god Helios, the discovered inert gas was called helium. After hydrogen, helium is the second most abundant chemical element in the universe. It is estimated that up to a quarter of the known matter in the universe consists of helium. However, helium is rarely found on earth and has been one of the critical raw materials in the EU since 2018. The list of consumers around the globe is headed by the US space agency NASA.

Read

09. July 2020 | 07:41 CET | by Mario Hose

Ballard Power, NEL ASA, Plug Power - what comes after hydrogen now?

  • Hydrogen

The shares of hydrogen companies are constantly reaching new highs and the profits of the shareholders are increasing accordingly on paper. Paper profits are a fine thing, but they better not melt away. Selling in a falling market is usually harder than dealing with the lost profits from a rising share price. Given that hydrogen as an energy carrier is still a future technology that depends on many political factors to really offer environmentally friendly added value, it is advisable not to hope that the trees will grow endlessly into the sky. Realizing partial profits has not harmed anyone yet. The next big trend has already begun and it is time to position ourselves.

Read

06. July 2020 | 08:48 CET | by Mario Hose

Desert Gold, Steinhoff, Wirecard - what investors need to know now

  • Gold

Central banks have been printing more money than ever before since the outbreak of the Corona Pandemic. Those who want to escape from money are buying shares or purchasing physical assets such as real estate or precious metals. Gold is the oldest and most secure currency in the world. The value of bars and coins has been rising since the second quarter of 2019 and is increasingly gaining momentum. In the case of Wirecard, the extra time has begun and the fair value will move towards zero after the insolvency filing. What is now going on at Steinhoff? An exciting week has begun.

Read

02. July 2020 | 07:56 CET | by Mario Hose

Aston Martin, SolGold, TUI - where to put the money?

  • Investments

In recent months, central banks and politicians around the world have taken hand in hand actions to preserve the economy and social peace, despite restrictions to curb the spread of the Corona Pandemic. The money supply has been increased and travel opportunities have been restricted. The planned holidays were cancelled and jobs were moved to the home. Luxury was almost impossible to think of and nothing remained as it once was. What options do investors now have to deal with this situation?

Read

30. June 2020 | 16:14 CET | by Mario Hose

CENIT, SYZYGY, Triumph Gold - business models with upside potential

  • Investments

A well-diversified portfolio should always include different industries and regions. Depending on the investment horizon and risk profile, a wide range of investment opportunities are available on the capital market. In addition to well-known large companies, there are also interesting small companies that are on a growth path and may offer attractive price potential. Consulting, software and gold - and what else interested investors need to know.

Read

30. June 2020 | 06:23 CET | by Mario Hose

Daimler, Tesla, Volkswagen - will electric mobility end with Chancellor Merkel?

  • Electromobility

The South African Elon Musk is a smart entrepreneur and knows when to access the capital market in order to remain liquid. Due to his space activities he enjoys a kind of fool's licence in the USA and sometimes smokes a joint in front of a running camera. On Twitter he announced a fake takeover in order to heat up short sellers without having to fear imprisonment. Nevertheless, it remains exciting to see how Tesla will develop in the future. The electric car maker has divided the capital market and the development is now looking threatening, as the details and background show.

Read

25. June 2020 | 07:27 CET | by Mario Hose

Burcon NutraScience, Saturn Oil & Gas, Very Good Food - good Canadian companies with potential

  • Canada

Canada is a country with many creative and enterprising people. Metropolises such as Toronto and Vancouver offer a lot of potential for new business ideas. But also, in cities of the provinces many entrepreneurs start their adventures and want to improve the world. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently highlighted the achievements of a team in Winnipeg, Manitoba, who have developed a solution for the present and the future and therefore receive additional government support for growth.

Read

24. June 2020 | 12:10 CET | by Mario Hose

Barrick, Franco-Nevada, Yamana - Gold price at record high and now the second row is getting interesting

  • Gold

In the morning the price of gold rose to over USD 1,770.00, its highest level since 2012, and continues to gain momentum; there is no end in sight. The big gold companies can already profit from the price increase since May 2019. Their margins have risen significantly and profits are developing in line with this. The share prices of the largest companies reflect what shareholders are already benefiting from: the flight of money into gold is in full swing. Gold is virtually the only independent currency in the world. There are now many opportunities to profit from it.

Read

24. June 2020 | 06:57 CET | by Mario Hose

NEL, Nikola, Tesla - is Germany facing a new billion euro scandal?

  • Electromobility

The Kiel Institute for the World Economy (IfW) is a renowned organization focusing on research, economic policy advice and analysis. It sees itself as the research institute for globalisation issues in Germany. The institute cooperates worldwide with universities, research institutions and think tanks. In short: the independent organisation is credible and its statement carries weight. One of the latest studies on the subject of e-cars has now brought clarity to light, as we have already reported, which cannot be in the interest of German politics and how the exposure of a scandal appears. Outsiders are asking the question; how can it be that tax money and subsidies are flowing to increase greenhouse gas emissions by 73%? One thing at a time.

Read

23. June 2020 | 07:54 CET | by Mario Hose

Desert Gold Ventures, First Majestic Silver, K+S - Resources with potential

  • Resources

Many commodities are currently experiencing a price increase. The precious metals gold and silver are in demand above all because central banks and governments are increasing the money supply with their stability actions, thus creating the need for inflation protection. While gold is largely an independent currency, silver is not only an investment object, but is also used industrially. The energy sector has also calmed down and the price of oil is rising. Copper has recovered from its lows in March 2020. Rising prices mean higher margins, now timing is key.

Read

22. June 2020 | 12:13 CET | by Mario Hose

Airbus, BASF, Osino Resources - where is the highest return?

  • Yield

Normally, investors are happy about rising share prices, because the stock market is the expression of the future and expected growth in pricing. However, what has been observed since the outbreak of the Corona Pandemic and the measures that have accompanied it has little to do with the old normality. Politicians and economists cannot yet estimate how serious the consequences of the actions around Covid-19 will be. Reports of mass layoffs, bankruptcies and the loss of tax revenues are now part of the daily news. The head of the Bundesbank, Jens Weidmann, recently announced that "things are looking up again", but given that the DAX is currently only around 12% below its all-time high of February 2020, something seems to be out of proportion. "We are currently experiencing the most hated bull market," a banker recently said in a personal conversation.

Read

22. June 2020 | 11:03 CET | by Mario Hose

BMW, Daimler, Tesla, Volkswagen - Study proves big miscalculation for e-cars

  • E-cars

The renowned Kiel-based Institute for the World Economy (IfW) has published a study that is quite something. "Nowadays, electric cars run de facto on 100% coal-fired power," says IfW researcher Prof. Dr. Dr. Ulrich Schmidt, head of the Department of Social and Behavioral Economics Approaches to Solving Global Problems. "This is because the share of renewable energy in their electricity consumption is not available to displace fossil fuels elsewhere, and the increased demand for electricity requires the additional use of fossil fuels". Electric cars, which run on 100% carbon electricity and cause emissions of about 300 grams of CO2 per kilometer, whereas modern diesel vehicles emit only about 173 CO2 according to an ADAC study, cause considerable damage to the environment through the additional emission of greenhouse gases.

Read

19. June 2020 | 07:42 CET | by Mario Hose

BP, Saturn Oil & Gas, Shell - China's oil imports at new record high

  • Oil

The Corona Pandemic has turned the world upside down in many areas in recent months. The energy sector has not been able to escape the changes. First the demand for crude oil collapsed and then production was cut back. In the meantime, restrictions around the globe are being eased again and there are still opportunities to position oneself to benefit from the post-Corona upswing. The habits of the population in big cities have changed. Public transport is being avoided due to the risk of infection and instead cars are being moved more. In China, an average of 11.34 million barrels of crude oil were imported per day in May 2020. This record value exceeds the previous record from November 2019 by around 160,000 barrels per day.

Read

18. June 2020 | 09:12 CET | by Mario Hose

Daimler, SAP, Triumph Gold - the changing world offers opportunities

  • Investments

What is the next big trend or with what can you achieve a decent return in the next days, weeks, months or even years? These are the questions that investors are currently asking themselves because the world and the investment environment have changed dramatically since the outbreak of the Corona Pandemic. On the one hand, social and economic life around the globe came to a virtual standstill and, in contrast, the German leading index, for example, after a short and sharp correction, is now only around 10% below its all-time high of last February. Those who have so far missed the start of the recovery phase are now looking for opportunities that have attractive price potential in the second half of the year.

Read

18. June 2020 | 08:40 CET | by Mario Hose

BioNTech, Evotec, EXMceuticals - which stocks have the potential to double?

  • Healthcare

Experienced investors assume that the DAX, Germany's leading index, will still reach new highs in 2020. One of the best-known supporters of this scenario is the asset manager Dr. Jens Ehrhardt. Rising markets are supported by the measures taken by central banks and politicians - it is de facto the consequence of the increase in the money supply. This expected development will be of particular interest to those investors who have so far been on the sidelines and have to position themselves or reallocate.

Read

17. June 2020 | 10:13 CET | by Mario Hose

Ballard Power, dynaCERT, ITM Power - what hydrogen investors need to know now

  • Hydrogen

The hydrogen industry is in the focus of investors and the energy carrier is giving hope to politics and economy. While the general public still has to struggle with the Corona consequences, the champagne mood has already returned at the stock exchange with the hydrogen shares. Every announcement with details of turnover and visions is frenetically celebrated and leads to an increase in market capitalization through share purchases. Scalable business models with a focus on environmental protection are in demand and, as is well known, money can be earned with solutions.

Read

16. June 2020 | 11:34 CET | by Mario Hose

Barrick, Desert Gold, Endeavour Mining - Who benefits from the gold shortage?

  • Gold

The production of gold is expected to reach its historic peak this year and from then on it will go down more or less dramatically. While the production of the largest producers was still below 80 million ounces in 2009, since then it has risen almost linearly to the volume of over 117 million ounces forecast for 2020. In 2029, not even 55% of this quantity is expected to be reached - with consequences for the gold price.

Read

16. June 2020 | 06:30 CET | by Mario Hose

Gilead, Teva, XPhyto - Global marketing potential

  • Healthcare

The best business models solve problems and are scalable. In this context, the healthcare sector is particularly interesting. The world's population has recently reached 7.8 billion people and for this reason solutions can meet a large potential market with users. Cross-border solutions are needed not only for pandemics, but also for diseases that are not mentioned in the mass media but are nevertheless of great importance. A successful market launch is of equal interest to those affected and investors.

Read

11. June 2020 | 11:03 CET | by Mario Hose

Newmont, Triumph Gold, Victoria Gold - Precious metals belong in the portfolio

  • Gold

The financial crisis in 2008 and the current corona crisis differ fundamentally in the assessment of the economic aspects. Central banks and politicians have maintained growth and productivity by increasing the money supply in order to avert a global economic standstill in connection with the Lehman bankruptcy and its aftermath. At that time, the freshly printed money was used to invest, create something and create value. The current measures are about four times as high and the global economy is at a standstill - it is even in recession. From a social point of view, the measures to maintain social peace are appropriate, but when it comes to wealth creation, they resemble a catastrophe. There is a need for action.

Read

08. June 2020 | 11:30 CET | by Mario Hose

Aurora, Bayer, XPhyto - scalable growth markets with potential

  • Health

Health is the most precious good in the life of a human being. The preservation and improvement of the quality of life is a large business area. Investors around the globe have the opportunity to participate in many different areas of research and development of products and therapies. The development of new markets and preparations usually requires a lot of risk capital before the fruits can be harvested. At the latest when a scalable solution has been found to improve people's lives, then the value of the company increases.

Read

04. June 2020 | 14:51 CET | by Mario Hose

dynaCERT, Exasol, Scottie Resources - capital injections for growth

  • Equity

The stock exchange is a marketplace for company shares that are traded in the form of stocks. The securitised equity can change hands in fractions of a second through a stock exchange listing. In addition, through the tradability of shares, the capital market offers companies the opportunity to raise growth or risk capital from investors more quickly. A key advantage of a public company over a private one is that shareholders can track the value of their share on each trading day and change the portfolio if necessary. Three success stories offer exciting examples of this.

Read

03. June 2020 | 10:02 CET | by Mario Hose

BP, Saturn Oil & Gas, Shell - Revenue and profit increase significantly

  • Oil

The oil price continues to gain momentum and is still trading around 40% below the January 2020 level, and now the right stocks are in the spotlight. In addition to the well-known major oil producers such as BP and Shell, there are also successful producers who are not yet so well known, but who certainly have potential. Last night the young Canadian oil producer Saturn Oil & Gas published the results of the past fiscal year. Due to the Corona Pandemic, the company had postponed the release, which is currently nothing special and is officially made possible by an extended deadline.

Read

02. June 2020 | 05:58 CET | by Mario Hose

Memphasys, Moderna, Paion - Investments in solutions with potential

  • Healthcare

Biotech companies around the world employ scientists and physicians to study the causes of diseases. The research and development of medical products and solutions usually involves a large number of tests and takes a correspondingly long time. The longer and more extensive this process is, the more capital these companies require from investors. In the race to bring to market preparations or products that improve people's well-being or fulfill desires, the providers of solutions usually have great sales potential and investors may be bought out through a takeover.

Read

28. May 2020 | 17:28 CET | by Mario Hose

Agnico Eagle, Osino Resources, Scottie Resources - Preparing for the end of the euro

  • Gold

The Corona Pandemic has changed a lot and brought things to light that were previously unimaginable. In connection with the curfews, most people only spent money on the most necessary purchases. As a result of this restriction, large parts of the economy came to a standstill. To bridge the problems, governments and central banks stepped in to alleviate the effects and consequences for citizens. The package of measures to stimulate the economy around the world is now estimated to be four times greater than was needed during the financial crisis in 2008 - a process with consequences. Following the financial crisis, the price of gold rose from less than USD 800.00 to over USD 1,900.00 per troy ounce. A preview of what is now to follow.

Read

28. May 2020 | 10:18 CET | by Mario Hose

Ballard, dynaCERT, Saturn Oil & Gas - Top performers for the time after Corona

  • Investments

The traffic at rush hours is increasing again significantly and also at the gas stations you are queuing up again to pay. Normality is slowly returning, with caution, but it is noticeable. Many things will change, but some things will not. For investors, the most interesting question is, where can I invest now for the new future? It is important that the company's business model is scalable and that the management has already achieved success. Even during the Corona pandemic, a lot happened in the executive floors and many important announcements may not have received adequate attention from the market so far. Ballard Power, dynaCERT and Saturn Oil & Gas have several things in common that are important for a better future.

Read

27. May 2020 | 16:35 CET | by Mario Hose

Air Liquide, NEL ASA, RHC Royal Helium Corp. - Helium replaces hydrogen

  • Helium
  • Hydrogen

Helium is a chemical element and is lighter than air. It belongs to the pure gases, is colourless, odourless, tasteless and is generally regarded as non-toxic. Because of these characteristics, helium is already replacing hydrogen in industrial use. However, experts warn of a global shortage, as the supply of this strategic raw material has fallen to its lowest level in 20 years.

Read

27. May 2020 | 14:38 CET | by Mario Hose

B2Gold, Barrick, Desert Gold Ventures - Gold rush in West Africa

  • Gold

Interest rates in the G20 countries are historically low. Those who have cash in their bank accounts receive low interest rates at best or even have to pay a penalty. This situation will not change in the foreseeable future. On the contrary, the central banks' measures to stop the Corona Pandemic are expected to increase inflation and reduce purchasing power. Gold and shares of companies that participate in the value chain of the precious metal are a classic hedge for wealth and offer protection against slow devaluation.

Read

27. May 2020 | 06:00 CET | by Mario Hose

New Century Resources, Alcidion Group, Telix Pharmaceutical, Marley Spoon - emerging ASX companies

  • ASX

The Australian stock exchange, which is based in Sydney, has been called the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) since 2006. Since 1987, the trading place for securities has been located at this central location. Previously, the business with investments in various cities was spread across the entire continent. Centralisation had the advantage that liquidity was concentrated and the market became more efficient in many ways. Typically, companies use their stock market listing to finance their growth. On Friday, May 29, 2020, at 10:00 a.m. (Perth time), there will be a video conference for investors with four exciting companies. Participation is free of charge and possible by registration.

Read

26. May 2020 | 07:43 CET | by Mario Hose

BioNTech, Evotec, XPhyto - will the next rally start?

  • Healthcare

Germany's leading index DAX closed the previous day at 11,391 points, its highest level since March 2020. At the beginning of the week the index of the 30 largest German companies gained 317 points compared to Friday, representing a gain of 2.87%. In the USA Wall Street remained closed on Monday due to the Memorial Day. As is well known, the stock market is where the future is traded and for this reason investors are already investing in the prospects of companies in the period following the Corona Pandemic. A rally has begun.

Read

25. May 2020 | 15:44 CET | by Mario Hose

Aurora Cannabis, Lufthansa, Saturn Oil & Gas, TUI - the twofold candidates

  • Turnaround

In the context of the Corona Pandemic, share prices came under pressure from numerous sectors and companies. The continued existence of renowned companies was at risk shortly after the announcement of measures against the spread of Covid-19. In order to prevent worse, the state had to use financial support programs to secure the existence of companies after its restrictions to protect people's lives. Every crisis also offers opportunities, and investors can now take advantage of them.

Read

25. May 2020 | 07:43 CET | by Mario Hose

Daimler, dynaCERT, NEL, Nordex - who brings investors sustainable returns?

  • Environmental Protection

Energy and mobility go hand in hand. The automotive industry has been regulated in Europe since the 1990s with strict guidelines and requirements for fuel economy and the reduction of pollutants. Objectively speaking, various trends have emerged since then and raise questions. In the name of environmental protection, the coal phase-out was decided upon, which will lead to a reduction in CO2 emissions in Germany. In addition, the phase-out of nuclear energy was approved, an energy source that is not responsible for CO2 emissions but does pose a disposal problem. The wind industry is also heading for a disposal catastrophe for which, according to the responsible federal office, there is no solution yet. Innovations with hydrogen, on the other hand, offer solutions that can also be lucrative for investors. The future will be exciting.

Read

22. May 2020 | 09:45 CET | by Mario Hose

Burcon, HelloFresh, Memphasys, TUI - winners of the Corona crisis

  • Investments

The past three months have changed the world. Since the outbreak of the Corona Pandemic, the travel business has come to a standstill and the supply of various food products and everyday items has been characterized by bottlenecks. The meat industry is struggling with infections among its employees as a result of the relentless price war. The easing of measures continues to increase and the pie is being redistributed in many parts of the economy. Opportunities for investors.

Read

20. May 2020 | 14:51 CET | by Mario Hose

AMS, Triumph Gold, Varta, Yamana Gold - what investors need to know now

  • Inflation

The major stock exchanges in Europe and the USA have further stabilised in recent weeks. At midweek, the DAX was up 0.46% to 11,126 points. Also the indications for Wall Street are positive at this point in time and it all looks like the recovery trend will continue today. Despite negative reports in connection with the Corona Pandemic, the measures taken by central banks and politicians are obviously showing their effect. However, the uncoupling of the economy from the stock market by increasing the money supply is a cause for concern, and investors should therefore be particularly cautious.

Read

19. May 2020 | 16:37 CET | by Mario Hose

First Majestic Silver, K+S, Scottie Resources - the best entry opportunities

  • Resources

The advantage of volatile markets is that investors can see potential entry prices that they have missed in the past. Whether or not it is still worth taking action now, of course, depends on the future prospects. A price correction in the share price usually has its reasons, but crashes are special opportunities for those who invest in the medium to long term and follow an anti-cyclical investment approach.

Read

19. May 2020 | 15:56 CET | by Mario Hose

BP, Chevron, ENI, Saturn Oil & Gas, Shell, Total - what investors need to know now

  • Oil

About a month ago, market participants around the world learned that the end of a price slide does not have to end at zero on the expiry date of WTI contracts. Anyone who thought that a barrel of American WTI at USD 0.01, which is 159 litres of crude oil, would be a special bargain on the expiration date and took the chance was taught an expensive lesson. The expiration date of 20 April 2020 will go down in history with an initial negative settlement price of USD -37.63. The USA is known to be the land of opportunity and this seems to be another chapter.

Read

19. May 2020 | 15:02 CET | by Mario Hose

Aphria, Aurora Cannabis, Canopy Growth, EXMceuticals - do not miss the entry!

  • Cannabis

The nationwide and anonymous advertising format of Deutsche Post is called POSTAKTUELL and is published regularly in large print runs. The stack of advertising is wrapped in a foil and the practical added value for the recipient is the TV guide. The front of POSTAKTUELL is particularly eye-catching and anyone who advertises there will reach a lot of people. In the meantime, advertising for products and applications with active ingredients from the cannabis plant is already being done there. CBD reaches the general public and despite the Corona Pandemic, the industry's stocks are running in turnaround mode and have left the lows.

Read

15. May 2020 | 08:00 CET | by Mario Hose

AMS, Memphasys, Osram, ProSiebenSat.1 Media - valuable access to customers

  • Marketing

Access to customers is of high importance for most companies. Building brands is also a matter of trust. Before a company or product is established as a brand, an average of seven contacts or encounters must have taken place. The situation is different with recommendations from experts, then the process of establishing a brand is completed more quickly. Investors have the opportunity to participate in various stages of this establishment.

Read

14. May 2020 | 13:11 CET | by Mario Hose

BioNTech, EXMceuticals, Shop Apotheke Europe, Symrise - Shares gaining momentum

  • Health

The easing of measures to contain the Corona Pandemic will be further extended and, in parallel, companies and their employees will be able to increase personal communications again. However, the curfew phase was also used for strategic decisions and developments, as investors can see from announcements in recent weeks. The situation represents a crisis for many people, but it is also an opportunity for change and a new beginning. Market participants have learned in recent months that dependence on China leads to many bottlenecks and global diversification is therefore necessary. Anyone who wants to be part of it must have the right shares in their portfolio.

Read

13. May 2020 | 08:22 CET | by Mario Hose

B2Gold, Newmont, Osino Resources - maximizing profits for shareholders

  • Gold

In uncertain times, cautious investors seek a safe haven for their money. In addition to real estate, gold in particular is a popular currency for people who have the need to be able to move their assets. But it does not have to be bars and coins. As an alternative to physical gold, shares of companies in the gold industry can offer an interesting investment opportunity. However, there are some important rules to follow in the commodities industry.

Read

12. May 2020 | 06:55 CET | by Mario Hose

Barrick Gold, Desert Gold, Roscan Gold - protection against shock after Corona

  • Gold

The state aid measures in connection with the containment of the Corona Pandemic cost a lot of money. The restrictions have brought social life and the economy to a virtual standstill. To avoid chaos and unrest, the states are making payments that are currently only partially covered due to declining tax revenues. In the coming months, when the chaos has cleared up and Covid-19 has hopefully disappeared, a cash check will bring the exact costs to the table. Given that the state refinances itself through fees and taxes, citizens and companies will have to bear an additional burden. Moreover, it is to be expected that the value of currencies will fall due to inflation as the money supply increases. Gold can offer a safe haven as a hedge.

Read

11. May 2020 | 12:38 CET | by Mario Hose

Ballard Power, dynaCERT, NEL - Major order boosts share price

  • Hydrogen

In recent months, investors have focused on the shares of companies in the hydrogen sector. In addition to manufacturers of fuel cells and equipment for the production, storage and sale of the energy carrier, suppliers offering retrofit solutions were also in demand. Mobility is changing and the need for a clean environment is increasing. The use of different promising technologies depends on a number of factors. But there are already scalable solutions for now and today.

Read

11. May 2020 | 08:42 CET | by Mario Hose

BP, Crescent Point, Saturn Oil & Gas, Shell - the 300% chance of the billionaire?

  • Oil

When renowned financial institutions and billionaires have an opinion, it is often heard in the market, especially when it does not correspond to the current mainstream. The more established the name or the bigger the bank account, the more weight this opinion carries with investors. In recent weeks, the oil price has become a plaything for politicians. The decline in demand for crude oil in connection with the restrictions imposed to contain the spread of the corona pandemic, coupled with inconsistencies within the OPEC+ cartel, have even pushed the futures for WTI oil into negative territory on its expiration date in April. This is an unprecedented situation, which is also a foundation for the creation of new wealth. Billionaire Naguib Sawiris and JP Morgen agree on the price trend and expect high potential.

Read

08. May 2020 | 14:50 CET | by Mario Hose

Allianz, Commerzbank, TUI, Wirecard - and news for investors

  • Investments

A week on the stock market with positive price development is slowly coming to an end. The DAX was at a low of 10,426 points at the beginning of the week and currently stands at 10,837 points. The gain of more than 400 points is mainly due to the relaxation of measures to limit the spread of the Corona Pandemic. In the meantime, more and more citizens have doubts that the Federal Government has reacted appropriately in dealing with Covid-19. In retrospect, of course, people are always smarter. The fact that the opinions of medical specialists and virologists on this type of corona virus diverged widely and that politicians took the side of drastic measures may have contributed to the fact that Germany has got off so lightly so far.

Read

07. May 2020 | 05:50 CET | by Mario Hose

Daimler, dynaCERT, NEL, Tesla - who will double the share price in 2020?

  • Environmental Protection

In the past few weeks, many vehicles have come to a standstill. Despite the decrease in traffic, pollution levels at measuring stations in German city centres have not decreased, as reported in the media. Detached from this realization, politicians are bringing a scrapping bonus into play, which is intended to boost vehicle sales. The primary aim of the redistribution of taxpayers' money is to have roadworthy cars scrapped and then use government subsidies to buy new electric cars. Against the background that only a proportion of the energy mix consists of renewable energies and that there is still no solution for the disposal of lithium batteries, the environmental balance is questionable. There are things that cannot be explained to children or should not even be tried.

Read

06. May 2020 | 05:57 CET | by Mario Hose

BP, Exxon, Shell, Saturn Oil & Gas - Crude oil up to USD 100 in May?

  • Oil

In recent weeks, even experienced investors have learned a lot about the oil market. When the price of WTI slipped into the red in April 2020, this was a first in the history of black gold. On the one hand, the oversupply of producers put pressure on prices, but speculators also caused the distortions. It was a dangerous mixture on the expiry date of the May contracts. In two weeks' time, the June contracts expire and the price development is eagerly awaited, but this time it can also go the other way.

Read

05. May 2020 | 08:33 CET | by Mario Hose

Evotec, Medigene, Memphasys - the right investment timing

  • Medical

The health sector has been in the focus of investors not only since the outbreak of the corona pandemic. The pursuit of a healthy and long life is the motivation for research and development around the globe. In addition to Europe and the USA, Australia as a continent is also a location for ideas and innovations. Investors usually always ask the same questions. How expensive and how long does it take to develop the drug or solution and how big is the market. The bigger the problem or need to be treated, the more lucrative it is.

Read

04. May 2020 | 05:50 CET | by Mario Hose

Desert Gold Ventures, Glencore, Kinross - now is the right time!

  • Gold

Last week, the stock markets in Europe and North America continued their recovery from the lows of March 2020. However, as the week drew to a close, declines were recorded again, due to the tone of the West's tightening stance towards the Chinese leadership in connection with the health and economic consequences of the Corona Crisis. According to media reports, the five secret services of Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the USA and the UK found out that the political leadership in Beijing covered up the deadly danger of the Corona Virus at the beginning of its spread. This accusation holds a lot of potential for further market uncertainties and gold is likely to gain further importance as a safe haven. The Bank of America recently called a potential of up to USD 3,000.00 per troy ounce in 2021. Since we have learned that the price of WTI futures can be negative, price targets of this range for gold are no longer utopian - perhaps the potential is even greater.

Read

30. April 2020 | 09:45 CET | by Mario Hose

Barrick Gold, Royal Dutch Shell, Newmont - which shares should you have now?

  • Investments

Stock markets around the world are in recovery mode. Fear and panic over the spread of the corona virus is fading and greed is returning. COVID-19 has kept the world in suspense. After hesitant action by governments in Europe and North America, although curfews were imposed in the country of origin, China, as early as January 2020, drastic measures were not taken in most countries until March, which led to a social and economic standstill. Politicians were confronted with the uncertainty that many experts held different opinions and little faith could be placed in information from China. Many lives may have been at stake. A test for the people, politics and economy.

Read

29. April 2020 | 08:36 CET | by Mario Hose

Ballard Power, dynaCERT, NEL ASA - who has the most lucrative hydrogen technology?

  • Hydrogen

The economy around the globe is in a waiting position. As soon as the spread of the Corona Virus no longer poses a general threat or the social understanding of restrictions disappears, the economic race for customers and market share begins. In recent weeks, companies have had the opportunity to reflect and orient themselves. As soon as the restrictions for the general market disappear, it will become clear who has done their homework and which economic area can still afford subsidies.

Read

28. April 2020 | 07:13 CET | by Mario Hose

Burcon Nutrascience, Enthusiast Gaming, EXMceuticals - Investing in the future

  • Investments

Innovative technologies and social trends often determine the positive performance of an investment portfolio. The biggest challenge, however, is to recognize the development of a new need in society at the right time and to benefit from it with the right companies. But understanding what a problem is and who has a suitable solution to it is also crucial when making investment decisions on technologies. Nutrition, health and entertainment are industries of great social relevance. Significant innovations with adequate market access can ensure corresponding growth.

Read

27. April 2020 | 07:30 CET | by Mario Hose

BP, Exxon, Saturn Oil & Gas - North America and EU ready for oil deal?

  • Oil

Something is brewing in North America, because nothing less than social and economic independence is at stake. COVID 19 has shown that dependencies in the supply chain pose great dangers. On the one hand, modern society had to learn how difficult it is to obtain masks and, on the other hand, Saudi Arabia ruined the price stability of crude oil by increasing its production volume. An act that deliberately came at an inopportune moment, because with the measures to stem the spread of the corona virus, the demand for the black gold had already fallen by over 20%. The price level of recent weeks at USD 20 per barrel for WTI will drive a large part of the US oil industry into ruin and increase dependence on the OPEC states.

Read

24. April 2020 | 07:36 CET | by Mario Hose

BioNTech, Gilead, Memphasys - in the spotlight of investors overnight

  • Medical

There are topics and products that are the focus of general interest overnight. Often these are needs or problems that require a time-critical solution. The current situation surrounding the spread of the Corona Virus COVID-19 has brought numerous companies into the focus of investors in recent weeks. The backgrounds are of a very different nature. On the one hand, there are manufacturers of masks, disinfectants or respiratory equipment, as well as medical companies that may have an active ingredient for the prevention or therapy of the Corona Virus on offer. But there are also topics that are beyond the general interest and represent a huge market.

Read

23. April 2020 | 09:00 CET | by Mario Hose

Alphabet, Amazon, Enthusiast Gaming, Facebook - the big investment opportunity

  • Online Business

The largest companies in the world all started small. The most expensive companies on the stock exchanges often have one thing in common, they are in online business. It is also hardly surprising that most of these companies are located in North America, a region with purchasing power and an appetite for innovation. Several 100 million people live on one continent as a possible target group. Everything that works there will be able to be repeated in other parts of the world. The main advantage of online business is scalability. Once established and millions of revolving and passive revenues can be generated. The key to success is the access to the customer.

Read

22. April 2020 | 08:48 CET | by Mario Hose

Lufthansa, Osino Resources, Wirecard - exciting opportunities for investors

  • Investments

Social life has changed by 180 degrees since February 2020 with the spread of the Corona Virus Covid-19. Business people spend more time in video conferences than on planes, trains or cars. The time spent in the office is often minimized and work is done from home instead. Family time was also called 'quality time' before the pandemic, but when it becomes a duty it can also become a test of patience, especially when economic uncertainty increases around you. A rapid economic recovery is no longer an option. With each day of social and economic restrictions, the effects are also increasing. But the changes also produce winners.

Read

21. April 2020 | 08:54 CET | by Mario Hose

BP, Royal Dutch Shell, Total - which tanker companies are getting booked now?

  • Oil

The contact restrictions around the globe have led to a decrease in the consumption of crude oil. A large part of the crude oil produced worldwide comes from OPEC countries. These countries depend mainly on the sales revenues from the black gold with their national budgets. The largest producing countries currently include the USA, Saudi Arabia and Russia. In the period before the Corona Pandemic, these countries each produced around 10 barrels (159 litres) per day. At a price of USD 65.00 per barrel, this means that the daily sales revenue was around USD 650 million. The price of WTI today costs around USD 21.50 per barrel, which at the same production rate only corresponds to sales of USD 215 million per day - the cuts are significant.

Read

20. April 2020 | 09:43 CET | by Mario Hose

Bayer, EXMceuticals, Symrise - investing in the healthcare growth market

  • Healthcare

The Corona Pandemic brings with it many changes. The influences in the supply chain are affecting the economy to the point of stagnation. The lack of contact for people creates challenges in coping with everyday life. The term 'home office' is used in an inflationary way - and often misused, because the difference between 'home office' and 'working from home' is the noise and stress level around it. On top of this, there are also supply bottlenecks for hygiene products, basic foodstuffs and protective equipment. According to a recent statement by the Federal Minister of Economics, Peter Altmaier (CDU), Germany will need 12 billion masks per year to protect the population. But the well-being of the people also depends on other factors.

Read

17. April 2020 | 10:50 CET | by Mario Hose

BP, Enthusiast Gaming, TUI - why these shares are interesting now

  • Investments

The stock exchanges are currently in an interesting market phase. After the price slumps since February 2020, as a result of the spread of the Corona Pandemic, most indices have been able to make significant gains again and are now fluctuating in the middle between the time before COVID-19 and the days when the panic was at its highest. This is no coincidence, as central banks and politicians are all pulling together to provide support, and in some European countries a ban on short selling has even been imposed. In other words, without official market intervention, the recovery would probably have been less rapid.

Read

16. April 2020 | 14:21 CET | by Mario Hose

Desert Gold Ventures, Osino Resources, Scottie Resources - Investing like billionaires

  • Gold

The price of gold has risen since May 2019 from below USD 1,270.00 per troy ounce to now over USD 1,700.00. The reasons for this are obvious, as the money supply is constantly being increased by the central banks and at the same time, aid programmes to stabilise the economy are helping to devalue money. Gold is considered a safe haven in uncertain times and in connection with the Corona Crisis the interest in the precious metal is correspondingly high. The high demand for bars and coins, as well as the logistical challenges due to the current pandemic, are causing sell-out trading houses. Prominent investors have already invested in gold companies with price potential.

Read

16. April 2020 | 07:55 CET | by Mario Hose

Johnson & Johnson, Memphasys, Procter & Gamble - for a better life

  • Health

Good health is a valuable possession. Small and large companies around the globe are engaged in research and development to make people's lives easier or better through modern and innovative products and solutions. The consumer goods and pharmaceutical sectors often offer attractive opportunities for investors to generate a lucrative return. Well-known companies with established brands usually ensure lasting sales. However, promising young companies also use innovations to attract the attention of investors and customers.

Read

15. April 2020 | 12:45 CET | by Mario Hose

Deutsche Bank, Osino Resources, Vonovia - Asset classes for investors

  • Investments

It is well known that the future is traded on the stock exchange and for this reason it is particularly important for investors to be able to assess which topics and trends could lead to demand for services and products from companies. Anyone who wants to diversify their position must look beyond their own nose and also look at sectors and industries that are based in other regions.

Read

15. April 2020 | 08:10 CET | by Mario Hose

BioNTech, Evotec, EXMceuticals - Stocks with potential

  • Health

Health is the most important thing in life. The current protective measures around the globe in connection with the spread of the Corona Virus Covid-19 show how great the fear and helplessness is. Above all, this pandemic has highlighted the extent of the global dependence on China as a supplier of medicines or medical ingredients and protective clothing. Supply chains will get shorter. Individuals and societies will be more focused on health and wellness. In view of the time after the current Corona Crisis it is expected that politics and the economy will reorganize and reposition themselves.

Read

14. April 2020 | 10:47 CET | by Mario Hose

Airbus, Royal Dutch Shell, Triumph Gold - Identifying and taking advantage of opportunities

  • Investments

Globalisation is a competition with different interests. Access to knowledge and raw materials as well as a certain vertical range of manufacturing play an important role. Over many decades, the USA and Europe have occupied various leading positions in the field of role allocation. With the outbreak of the current Corona Crisis, the cards are being reshuffled. The dependence on China has grown to such an extent that the rest of the world is simply dependent on supplies from Asia. Supply chains to Asia are becoming a threat to the global balance. The need for action is obvious.

Read

13. April 2020 | 11:03 CET | by Mario Hose

BMW, Daimler, Volkswagen and dynaCERT - the cleanest diesel ever

  • Mobility

In a recent vehicle test, experts examined the BMW 520d, Mercedes-Benz GLE 350 and VW Golf 2.0 TDI models in city traffic, on country roads and autobahns. The magazine 'Auto, Motor und Sport' and the British testing specialist Emissions Analytics have tested the emission of nitrogen oxide (NOx) in road traffic under real conditions and the results are surprisingly good. The advantages of electric mobility are fading.

Read

09. April 2020 | 10:32 CET | by Mario Hose

Commerzbank, Royal Dutch Shell, Wirecard - Opportunities and Potentials

  • Investments

Price developments on stock markets around the world have led to enormous losses for investors in recent weeks. Particularly hard hit were investors who worked leveraged with credits and had to sell their positions in connection with falling prices. An escalating situation due to the Corona Pandemic, accelerated by imbalances - a nightmare. The development of measures to curb the spread has serious social and economic consequences. There was a sell-off in all asset classes. A lot of collateral damage, but at the same time an opportunity for building a position.

Read

08. April 2020 | 10:28 CET | by Mario Hose

dynaCERT, Norwegian Cruise Line, TUI - the position in the new world

  • Environmental Protection

The world is currently experiencing a new normality at a rapid pace. The benefits of globalisation and its consequences are being felt and are hitting society with full force. Politics and businesses around the globe are taking responsibility to alleviate the situation with Covid-19. However, a pandemic is only over when a large part of the population has already become immune or a vaccine is available for prevention. Current measures, such as curfews, aim to reduce the speed of spread for high-risk groups so that hospital capacity is sufficient for intensive care patients.

Read

07. April 2020 | 13:29 CET | by Mario Hose

Amazon.com, Enthusiast Gaming, Netflix - perspectives of scalable business models

  • Online Business

Modern society is constantly finding new ways to simplify life and increase comfort. For example, there are now successful business models that would have been unimaginable decades ago. The monetization of access to the customer, for example in the areas of entertainment, gaming and shopping, is progressing with increasing reach. Economies of scale in various areas and increased efficiency provide the basis for organic and inorganic growth. The management of consumption and entertainment from home on the coach is enjoying widespread popularity.

Read

06. April 2020 | 08:40 CET | by Mario Hose

NEL ASA, Saturn Oil & Gas, Varta - who has the highest catch-up potential?

  • Energy

The share prices of most companies around the world have been falling since February 2020 and the outbreak of the Corona Pandemic. Whether it's hydrogen, oil or batteries, it's hit everyone. The reasons are very different, but they are nevertheless interrelated. Globalization not only has price advantages, but dependencies on supply chains can lead to painful bottlenecks. The current situation is most obvious in the example of protective clothing, which is mainly produced in China and is also needed there in the country of origin of Covid-19. The rest of the world is now facing supply bottlenecks.

Read

02. April 2020 | 06:15 CET | by Mario Hose

Barrick Gold, Desert Gold, First Majestic - Stocks offer advantage

  • Gold

The world is currently in an extremely tense situation. An invisible pandemic is spreading fear, worry and taking lives. The economy around the globe has come to a standstill and supply chains have been cut. Almost all industries are affected. Central banks and governments are using various means to support the financial system and maintain basic confidence. The money press is running at full speed and the monetary supply is being drastically increased. Investors who want to hedge their investments are fleeing into gold or trying to do so.

Read

01. April 2020 | 10:32 CET | by Mario Hose

Daimler, dynaCERT, Tesla, Volkswagen - Electromobility threatens setback

  • Mobility

The world stands still. Only a few vehicles are still rolling on the roads. Trucks supply the supermarkets with food and those who can, take their own car for shopping or for the way to work to avoid the risk of public transport becoming infected. However, most people currently spend most of their time at their home or home office, as it is now called. The exciting question these days is: when can the old normality finally start again? But there is also enormous uncertainty about the personal economic situation. Will your company or your employer manage to survive? The need to buy a new car in such a situation should be close to zero.

Read

31. March 2020 | 08:35 CET | by Mario Hose

Saturn Oil & Gas, Wynn Resorts, Zoom Video - The Big Long!

  • Investments

The curfews and avoidance of social contacts in connection with the current Corona Crisis have severely restricted social and economic life. Cars are no longer moved, at most for shopping. Visiting friends and family is taboo. Those who have a systemically important job still drive to work by car at best, in order to avoid the risk of infection from public transport. The prices for petrol and diesel are in the low range, but don't matter if you don't drive anyway. More than filling up the tank is not possible. Hotels are empty and conversations are shifting to the Internet. Life is changing - more than ever.

Read

27. March 2020 | 14:20 CET | by Mario Hose

Drägerwerk or Micro-X - how do investors benefit from the Corona Pandemic?

  • Healthcare

The current Corona Pandemic is challenging people around the globe. Doctors and medical staff are under particular strain. For some time now, it has become clear that there is a lack of material and equipment to withstand a large onslaught of infected Covid-19 patients. In order to slow down the spread of the virus, the population is urged to avoid social contacts. Manufacturers of equipment and materials for the medical sector are now being flooded with orders to compensate for the shortage, and investors have the opportunity to make a financial investment.

Read

26. March 2020 | 06:29 CET | by Mario Hose

BP, Royal Dutch Shell, Saturn Oil & Gas - now positioning for the oil rally

  • Oil

Russia and Saudi Arabia are in the middle of an oil war. This was preceded by negotiations on a joint reduction in production volumes in order to ensure price stability in connection with the Corona Crisis and the accompanying decline in demand. Russia has belonged to OPEC+ for three years in an extended circle. This has now come to an end, as no consensus decision has been reached. Saudi Arabia reacted with disgruntlement and has announced that it will increase its production volume. The oil price level now reached of less than USD 25 per barrel for WTI not only makes the US energy economy unprofitable, but also endangers the energy independence of the largest oil consumer. There is therefore enormous pressure to act.

Read

25. March 2020 | 08:04 CET | by Mario Hose

Barrick Gold, Desert Gold Ventures, Yamana Gold - all eyes on gold

  • Gold

The decade without recessions in Canada, Germany and the USA was hardly over when a mixture of different problems and shocks hit the people, politics and economy. The price of WTI oil collapsed to a historic low of around USD 20.00 per barrel, the US dollar gained dramatically in strength and the corona virus caused curfews, disruptions in supply chains and a slump in demand. The central banks in North America and Europe are taking measures to increase liquidity and the Trump Administration is determined to help citizens with 'helicopter money'.

Read

24. March 2020 | 06:24 CET | by Mario Hose

Daimler, dynaCERT, Tesla - who has the best Mobility shares?

  • Mobility

The Corona Crisis is omnipresent. The discussions about CO2 emissions and climate targets have given way to the pandemic. The streets are empty and the population stays at home. People around the globe are taking a break - or rather, they are being asked to take a forced break and avoid social contact. For the economy, the state of deceleration and standstill is a maximum stress test. Conveyors stand still. Supplies are stuck. The finished products cannot find a customer and salaries must continue to be paid. The German government wants to help quickly and offers support programs for salaries. The state basically distributes tax money that has to be earned sooner or later.

Read

23. March 2020 | 15:00 CET | by Mario Hose

Aurora Cannabis, Bayer, EXMceuticals - ready for the time after Corona

  • Cannabis

The cannabis hype was over and then came the corona crisis. Investors who believed in the active ingredient of cannabis and put money into the shares of companies in this industry are now likely to be sitting on a huge loss in most cases. It all started with the idea of a few companies to make one of the oldest medicinal plants in the world acceptable for general use within the framework of legalization. However, high margins and a large market soon led to competition and a brokerage industry was earning a lot of money - soon several hundred cannabis companies were listed on the stock exchange.

Read

19. March 2020 | 11:25 CET | by Mario Hose

BioNTech, Gilead, Memphasys - modern science and COVID and IVF

  • Biotechnology

People around the world are worried about the extent of the consequences associated with the spread of the corona virus COVID-19, and politicians and the economy are called upon to deal with the situation appropriately so that the loss of life and financial damage to the citizens can be kept to a minimum. Medical experts are now working intensively to ensure that active substances for prevention and therapy are tested and made ready for the market.

Read

18. March 2020 | 11:11 CET | by Mario Hose

Barrick, First Majestic, Osino Resources, Scottie Resources - preparing for helicopter money

  • Gold

In the 1960s, the Nobel Prize winner Milton Friedman, an influential economist in the USA, studied various models of monetary policy. One of the models of how the Federal Reserve can boost consumption and achieve its inflation targets while preventing deflation would be by issuing cash to the population on a one-time basis. In his example, Friedman describes that a helicopter would drop USD 1,000 banknotes over a community for consumption purposes. This model led to the term 'helicopter money'. After the reduction of interest rates and quantitative easing, the USA will soon provide its citizens with checks to keep the economy going. All drastic measures within a month.

Read

17. March 2020 | 09:22 CET | by Mario Hose

Apple, Enthusiast Gaming, Lufthansa - Profiteers, victims and opportunities

  • Opportunities

Since the outbreak of the corona virus and its subsequent spread, more and more countries and regions have had to pass sanctions to contain the risk of infection. The first country to be affected was China, the country of origin of Covid 19, the current corona virus. With drastic curfews, general economic life comes to a standstill and the population has to avoid social contacts to prevent further spread. This new situation will permanently change our society. Younger generations are now making the experience that nothing can be taken for granted.

Read

12. March 2020 | 12:17 CET | by Mario Hose

dynaCERT, NEL ASA, Saturn Oil & Gas - Revolution of an industry

  • Energy

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

10. March 2020 | 11:40 CET | by Mario Hose

Baytex Energy, Husky Energy, Saturn Oil & Gas - why Canadian oil now?

  • Oil

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

09. March 2020 | 12:41 CET | by Mario Hose

Kinross Gold, Triumph Gold, Yamana Gold - the beginning of a rally

  • Gold

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

06. March 2020 | 10:21 CET | by Mario Hose

Barrick Gold, Desert Gold Ventures, Teranga Gold - a pure M&A play

  • Gold

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

05. March 2020 | 13:01 CET | by Mario Hose

dynaCERT, Plug Power, Powercell Sweden - which stocks have the highest potential?

  • Hydrogen

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

04. March 2020 | 14:10 CET | by Mario Hose

Enthusiast Gaming, flatex, wallstreet:online - scalable business without media interruption

  • Scalability

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

04. March 2020 | 07:27 CET | by Mario Hose

Medigene, Memphasys, Qiagen - which stocks belong in the portfolio?

  • Medical

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

28. February 2020 | 05:58 CET | by Mario Hose

B2Gold, Desert Gold, RosCan Gold - who will be taken over next?

  • Gold

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

27. February 2020 | 06:20 CET | by Mario Hose

Burcon NutraScience, dynaCERT, NEL ASA - which technology makes investors rich?

  • Innovations

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

26. February 2020 | 14:50 CET | by Mario Hose

Deutsche Telekom, Enthusiast Gaming, Krones - how do insiders act now?

  • Insider trades

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

25. February 2020 | 14:27 CET | by Mario Hose

Barrick Gold, B2Gold, Newmont - who buys which gold explorer?

  • Gold

The price of the troy ounce of gold is at its highest level in seven years. Currently, the precious metal costs around USD 1,650.00. The value of the troy ounce has thus increased by more than 30% in the past 12 months from under USD 1,270.00. Because the precious metal is considered a safe haven in uncertain times, it is clear how much investor uncertainty must have increased in recent months. As a result, margins and profits are rising for gold producers. The more that is mined, the more reserves must be discovered or acquired in order to continue producing gold in the future.

Read

25. February 2020 | 13:38 CET | by Mario Hose

Aurora Cannabis, Canopy Growth, EXMceuticals - who will be the best turnaround story?

  • Cannabis

Cannabis shares are not in demand at the moment. About a year ago the growth potential and possibilities of the rediscovered historical medicinal plant seemed to be endless. Today it is different, there is a hangover mood. The hype back then led to a buyer's market. Investors underbid each other with purchase orders and shareholders surrendered their shares in a nervous mood in order to set off for new shores. This or something similar may be the current situation in the environment of numerous cannabis companies. But experienced investors also know that consolidation phases are the foundation for success stories.

Read

20. February 2020 | 10:26 CET | by Mario Hose

NEL ASA, Saturn Oil & Gas, VARTA - which energy share is the best?

  • Energy

Energy sources and storage facilities are topics of the present and future. The more modern a society is, the higher the priority of cleanliness and moral innocuousness. Mobility in rich countries is undergoing change. In conurbations, the aim is increasingly being pursued to electrify motorised transport. Electricity flows into the grid from predominantly nuclear power plants as well as power plants using fossil fuels and can be used to produce hydrogen as an energy storage medium or to charge batteries. The share of electricity from renewable energies has increased worldwide from 18.6% to 25.1% in the years from 2008 to 2018.

Read

18. February 2020 | 14:26 CET | by Mario Hose

Auryn Resources, Osino Resources, Scottie Resources - who is the most attractive gold explorer?

  • Gold

This year's Metals Investor Forum will be held on the East Coast in Toronto on February 29 and March 1, 2020. According to the organizers, the goal is to present a selective number of exhibitors with high quality to the participating investors. The event format will also be held on three further dates in May, September and November in Vancouver on the West Coast. Those who wish to obtain first-hand information often have the opportunity to speak directly to the decision makers at such events.

Read

18. February 2020 | 05:50 CET | by Mario Hose

Ballard Power, dynaCERT, NEL ASA - will a major event double the hydrogen share?

  • Hydrogen

The three international companies Ballard Power, dynaCERT and NEL ASA are working on hydrogen as an energy carrier for modern mobility. The changes in motorized transportation are currently being driven by politics and are a springboard for innovative companies. The biggest challenge in this context is cost efficiency and environmental balance. Hydrogen is seen as a beacon of hope for a clean and economically attractive way to reduce the emission of pollutants from road traffic in conurbations. For investors there are highly interesting opportunities.

Read

17. February 2020 | 11:15 CET | by Mario Hose

HELMA Eigenheimbau AG - the real estate pearl from Lower Saxony

  • Real Estate

HELMA Eigenheimbau AG is one of the leading German construction service providers with a full-service offer. The focus is on the development, planning, sale and construction management of individually planned single-family homes, which are built in traditional solid construction on the customer's land. Via the subsidiary HELMA Wohnungsbau GmbH, which acts as a broadly diversified project developer and property developer, there is also the possibility to acquire the individual dream house in various metropolitan regions of Germany, also together with a suitable plot of land, from one source.

Read

17. February 2020 | 10:09 CET | by Mario Hose

Media and Games Invest plc - successful on schedule

  • Gaming

Media and Games Invest plc is a profitable investment company focusing on the game publishing and media sectors. Since May 2018, the Group has changed its business purpose by spinning off the real estate business from the scope of consolidation and acquiring a majority stake in the game publishing platform gamigo AG. The strategy is currently based on four pillars: "Buy, Integrate, Expand and Improve" and is being implemented with organic and inorganic growth.

Read

17. February 2020 | 09:09 CET | by Mario Hose

BMW, Daimler, Tesla - who buys whom and why does everything turn out differently?

  • Mobility

The entrepreneur Elon Musk has had numerous existential near-death experiences with his battery car manufacturer Tesla since its foundation. Debts, postponements and quality issues were among the reasons why the US company was often closer to the end than to a breakthrough in the past. But somehow Musk always managed to raise money and emotionally pull the investors along. At BMW and Daimler, the management team is much more relaxed - still.

Read

14. February 2020 | 13:50 CET | by Mario Hose

Enthusiast Gaming, Facebook, Wirecard - access to the customer counts

  • Scalability

Modern society lives in a business world. We allow ourselves to be controlled and guided consciously or unconsciously and make decisions on an ongoing basis. The advertising industry is omnipresent and access to the customer plays a decisive role. The social media and also the gaming industry have developed advertising possibilities in recent years, with which the target group can be reached directly without wastage. From a certain size on, platforms and service providers become a self-runner.

Read

14. February 2020 | 11:11 CET | by Mario Hose

B2Gold, Osino Resources, Triumph Gold - in dialogue with investors

  • Gold

The mining industry has various events around the globe to exchange information with service providers, customers, partners and investors. In addition to the Mining Indaba in Cape Town, which takes place every year in February, the industry always meets in Toronto in March for the PDAC, a traditional event that had its beginnings in 1932. The event is organized by the 'Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada' (PDAC). This year, according to the organizers, over 1,100 exhibitors, 2,500 investors and 25,800 guests from 132 countries are expected.

Read

13. February 2020 | 15:06 CET | by Mario Hose

Ballard Power, dynaCERT, NEL ASA - where else is it worth investing?

  • Hydrogen

For investors, rising share prices are a confirmation of a successful investment decision. However, experienced market participants also know that from time to time it makes sense to take chips off the table - in other words, to realize profits. It is both important and difficult to assess the market potential of innovations. If a share has doubled in value, it does not necessarily mean that it will only be half as attractive from now on. In the context of social trends, topics can generate investor demand for a much longer period of time and more intensively.

Read

13. February 2020 | 12:52 CET | by Mario Hose

Infineon, Memphasys, Steinhoff - the potential of scalability

  • Success

The charm and lure of optically low share prices can lead to an extraordinary return in the event of success. One of the most exciting and successful turnaround stories of the past decades is Infineon. The company went public in the environment of the new market hype, and at the beginning of the new millennium the shares changed hands at over EUR 83.00. In 2009, nine years later, Infineon was traded at less than EUR 0.50 in the wake of the global economic crisis. Those who showed courage back then were able to make a fortune to this day, depending on the number of shares. There are always opportunities.

Read

13. February 2020 | 08:57 CET | by Mario Hose

BIGG Digital Assets, Bitcoin Group, Chainalysis - why invest now?

  • Blockchain

The blockchain hype was around two years ago and a lot has changed since then. A consolidation phase has cleared the market and what has remained are the companies and teams that have been able to convince the market and investors of their products and business models. The interest in the sector is often reinterpreted by market participants into the price development of the most famous crypto-currency. The price of a Bitcoin was quoted in the morning at over USD 10,400.00, the highest level since September 2019, and about two months ago the digital currency changed wallets at less than USD 7,000.00. This volatility enabled a speculative gain of about 50%. But the market offers more.

Read

11. February 2020 | 14:55 CET | by Mario Hose

Aphria, Canopy Growth, EXMceuticals - Europe becomes the largest cannabis market

  • Cannabis

The consulting firm Prohibition Partners expects Europe to grow into the world's largest market for legal cannabis products in the next five years. Germany will become by far the largest market for medical cannabis products. According to the experts, Europe will thus overtake the North American market.

Read

04. February 2020 | 05:50 CET | by Mario Hose

Aurora Cannabis, EXMceuticals, Tilray - Cannabis development in Portugal

  • Cannabis

From the street to the clinic. Cannabis had the image of an illegal street drug in most rich countries since the prohibition in the USA in the 1930s. Although cannabis has been used as a medicinal plant for more than 1,000 years, the past decades have been marked by other pharmaceutical products. The market and attitudes towards cannabis are now changing. Doctors, patients, companies and investors see opportunities to profit from this development.

Read

30. January 2020 | 07:34 CET | by Mario Hose

After M1 now CR Capital with price jump: When does MPH share react?

  • Clinic

The holding company MPH Health Care AG can be pleased about the positive development of its investments. After the share price of M1 Klinken AG had increased significantly in recent weeks, driven among other things by positive analyst comments and the successful international expansion, the share of CR Capital Real Estate AG yesterday rose by 12.4% to EUR 36.20. The MPH share should also benefit from this development. The value of the M1 participation alone meanwhile exceeds the total market capitalisation of MPH of EUR 178 million. Thus, investors will receive the 50-percent shareholdings in CR Capital and Haemato AG with a combined market value of EUR 100 million free of charge. When does the MPH share react?

Read

27. January 2020 | 07:33 CET | by Mario Hose

Burcon, Canopy, dynaCERT - how cannabis, proteins and hydrogen improve the world

  • Sustainability

Innovations continuously change our lives. Entrepreneurs around the globe are trying to make things happen, developing products and technologies that are designed to improve everyday life. Business areas that are scalable are particularly successful. Once a product is ready to go into production and can be sold in countless quantities, it is tantamount to a license to print money. Such topics are particularly exciting when the ingredients grow naturally or already occur in nature and only a technical process is required to create a new end product.

Read

24. January 2020 | 14:11 CET | by Mario Hose

Beyond Meat, Burcon NutraScience, Nestle - scalable growth with plant proteins

  • Food

Humanity is always striving for improvement. This has not only been the case since the climate debate, but innovations in all areas of everyday life are constantly changing our lives. The changes will never again be as slow as they are at this moment. Research and development solve problems or create new needs. In the ideal case even both. Nutritious and tasty food with an improved CO2 footprint is on the agenda of food producers like Beyond Meat and Nestle. But developing innovation costs not only money, but also time. The latter usually leads to partnerships or even takeovers.

Read

23. January 2020 | 14:26 CET | by Mario Hose

TESLA - does a short squeeze like once at Volkswagen threaten?

  • Short squeeze

In the language of traders, the covering of short position in a rapidly rising market with a scarce supply is called short squeeze. So-called short sellers have previously borrowed shares from banks or other investors and then sold them because they wanted to bet on falling prices. If the share subsequently falls, the deal works out successfully. However, if the share rises, losses can occur when the position is closed out again so that the borrowed shares can be returned.

Read

23. January 2020 | 05:50 CET | by Mario Hose

Berenberg says "buy": Next recommendation for MPH investment M1 Kliniken AG

  • Clinic

The analysts at Berenberg have begun coverage of M1 Klinken AG and have recommended the share as a buy. With more than 70 doctors and over 200,000 treatments annually, M1 is the market leader for beauty medicine in Germany. Thanks to its strategy "highest quality at the best price", the company has been able to achieve annual growth rates of around 30% since 2014. The investment of MPH Health Care, which is also listed on the stock exchange, should also grow significantly in the future. The driving forces are the increasing market penetration in Germany and the international rollout. The analysts expect EBIT to grow by 30% annually until 2022 and recommend buying the M1 share with a price target of EUR 18. Analysts from Commerzbank, Kempler or GBC also recommend buying.

Read

22. January 2020 | 05:51 CET | by Mario Hose

Ballard Power, dynaCERT, NEL ASA - which hydrogen technology has potential?

  • Hydrogen

The topic of hydrogen in mobility is currently occupying the economy, politics and investors. The stock market is looking for companies that develop solutions with the energy carrier of the future, because hydrogen can be used as an energy storage medium in electric mobility as an alternative to the battery. While some innovations are not yet ready for the market on a large scale due to a lack of infrastructure, there is already a solution that is being offered in series.

Read

21. January 2020 | 13:48 CET | by Mario Hose

Aphria, Cronos Group, EXMceuticals - it is a buyers' market!

  • Cannabis

The shares of numerous well-known and unknown cannabis companies have had a dramatic year 2019. Price losses of over 50% are not uncommon. What costs only half today may have become twice as attractive. Due to the large number of cannabis companies listed on the stock exchange, this is the time for investors who are planning a new investment.

Read

20. January 2020 | 11:02 CET | by Mario Hose

iWater Group, Nutrien, Mosaic - agriculture in transition

  • Agriculture

Last weekend thousands of farmers, climate and environmental activists protested for a change in German and European agricultural policy. Participants in the demonstrations appealed to the German government and at the same time called on it to do more for small farms, fair animal husbandry and less antibiotics and pesticides.

Read

20. January 2020 | 05:50 CET | by Mario Hose

Saturn Oil & Gas, TORC Oil & Gas, Whitecap Resources - it's time for harmless oil!

  • Oil

In recent years, there has been a growing trend in modern society that food must originate from the region and a declaration as 'organic' is now considered mandatory. Coffee beans from distant countries should definitely carry the label 'Fairtrade' and blood diamonds are rightly considered frowned upon. Consumers have changed the supply with their purchasing and market power. When will the oil market change?

Read

17. January 2020 | 13:37 CET | by Mario Hose

Evotec, Memphasys, MorphoSys - Growth Industry Health

  • Health

He who is healthy has many desires, he who is ill only one. Companies around the globe deal with diseases and special features of nature in order to treat or cure them. In addition to the widespread disease of cancer, there are also topics that are less talked about, but are also a big market. Developments can be of great importance for investors, physicians and the people affected. It can therefore be worthwhile to deal with the variety of topics.

Read

17. January 2020 | 05:50 CET | by Mario Hose

GT Gold, Scottie Resources, Tudor Gold - in British Columbia's Golden Triangle

  • Gold

Canada's West Coast is home to numerous gold companies. The northern part of the province of British Columbia is home to the so-called Golden Triangle, which is known for its gold deposits. Gold production is driven by various companies. Precious metals are regarded by investors as an important addition to their portfolios, and in connection to this, the demand for gold and silver is growing along with the money supply. Next Sunday and Monday a commodity conference will take place in Vancouver (VRIC) and the companies will answer the questions of the investors.

Read

16. January 2020 | 11:53 CET | by Mario Hose

Aurora Cannabis, Canopy Growth, EXMceuticals - Profits with turnaround

  • Cannabis

2019 was not a good year for investors in the cannabis sector with a long-term approach. After a never-ending rally in the years before, the party was over. However, the price capers can also be an opportunity to enter companies that are now one experience richer than they were a year ago in a champagne mood.

Read

16. January 2020 | 09:31 CET | by Mario Hose

Buy Homes & Holiday: Analysts see significant upside potential

  • Real Estate

Homes & Holiday AG should significantly increase sales and earnings in the current year 2020. This is expected by the analysts of GBC Research in their current study. On the basis of the refocusing on the core business on the Balearic Islands, which began in 2019, GBC has valued the specialist for holiday properties using a DCF model and calculated a fair value of EUR 1.05 per share. Based on the current price level of around EUR 0.40 per share, the analysts see high potential and have given the share a Buy rating. The potential market potential is very high.

Read

15. January 2020 | 15:05 CET | by Mario Hose

Barrick Gold, Triumph Gold, Yamana Gold - Precious metals for the portfolio

  • Gold

For investors in the gold sector 2019 was a year of liberation from a year-long sideways trend. During this period, the troy ounce of gold was traded in the range of approximately USD 1,257.00 to USD 1,557.00. In the time window from May to September, the price rose by around USD 300.00, thus causing a great deal of euphoria among investors. In addition to the physical precious metal, investors also have the opportunity to participate in the value chain from the extraction of the precious metal.

Read

15. January 2020 | 07:42 CET | by Mario Hose

Fresenius Peer: Will the analysts' favorite M1 Kliniken 2020 take off?

  • Medical

Besides Fresenius, M1 Klinken AG is one of the few listed clinic operators in Germany. Unlike the clinic group, M1 has specialised in a lucrative niche: the beauty market. More and more people are helping with beauty and are generating billions in sales in the industry. In just a few years, M1 has become the market leader for beauty medicine in Germany. A growth rate of 30% is also targeted for the future. Foreign business is increasingly becoming the growth driver. After a continuous price increase between 2016 and 2018, the share has consolidated in 2019. But operationally things are still running smoothly. Analysts see more than 50% upside potential.

Read

14. January 2020 | 10:54 CET | by Mario Hose

Ballard Power, dynaCERT, Tesla - the strength of innovations and solutions

  • Innovations

On the capital market investors find an infinite variety of possibilities to invest their money. There are listed companies that have a history and are valued on the basis of compliance with prospects and fundamentals. And then there are innovative companies that attract capital regardless of all valuation parameters because they have a product that solves problems and arouses desires. If the product is also scalable, then the potential of the shares is often exorbitant, depending on the market size.

Read

14. January 2020 | 08:11 CET | by Mario Hose

Deutsche Telekom & Co with 5G challenge - Will Philion benefit in 2020?

  • Telecommunications

5G is not only a major challenge for Deutsche Telekom. All German network operators have to cope with the high investments required for the next generation mobile communications standard. They are still busy working on the 4G LTE standard. One example is the recent announcement that Telefonica Deutschland is not meeting its obligations for 4G network rollout. Only those who can ensure high network utilization will earn money. To achieve this, no network operator can avoid independent mobile service providers like Philion SE. The still young listed company has repositioned itself with the takeover of Handyflash.de at the end of 2019. Profitable growth is expected to begin in 2020. There are good reasons why the small-cap stock could take off in 2020.

Read

13. January 2020 | 11:33 CET | by Mario Hose

Agrios Global Holdings LTD - still on track

  • Cannabis

Agrios Global Holdings is an agricultural technology company with a focus on the latest innovations in indoor growing and data analytics. The company's technology can be used for all types of indoor cultivation. The company rents and manages real estate and equipment for environmentally sustainable indoor agriculture. The company offers leasing and cultivation services in the field of data-controlled aeroponic cultivation systems for cannabis producers. Furthermore, the company provides consulting services to support the cannabis sector.

Read

10. January 2020 | 05:50 CET | by Mario Hose

E.ON, iWater Group, K+S - Water as a safety factor

  • Water

Clean water is a high social good. In water management, different standards apply to safety depending on the use. For example, the requirements for drinking water supply and wastewater disposal are particularly high, as these areas are part of the critical infrastructure in Germany. In this context, utilities and plant operators are subject to particularly high IT security standards. An impairment caused by a cyber attack could possibly lead to supply bottlenecks and disruptions to public safety.

Read

09. January 2020 | 05:50 CET | by Mario Hose

Memphasys, Merck, Novartis - Solutions for the desire to have children

  • Artificial Insemination

Many couples around the world long for their own children, but for many people, family planning by natural means is not possible. Modern medicine can help in the development of a pregnancy by means of artificial insemination, the so-called in vitro fertilisation, also known as IVF procedure. In this context, egg cells are taken from the woman and artificially fertilised with the man's sperm in the laboratory. If successful, embryos can then be transferred to the uterus. The need for artificial insemination in couples varies between 16 and 25% depending on the region - a large and global market.

Read

07. January 2020 | 10:42 CET | by Mario Hose

Ballard Power, dynaCERT, NEL ASA - higher, faster, hydrogen!

  • Hydrogen

The mobility of the future will be a mix of different energy sources. New technologies will make conventional combustion engines even cleaner and more efficient and, where it makes sense for the user, technologies with electronic drive motors will also be used. However, the German government is also attempting to influence the market by subsidising battery cars, a technology that is already being phased out in China. This political actionism from the Chancellor's Office is bypassing the market, and car manufacturers in Germany are noticing this too. A total of 57,533 purely electric cars were registered in 2019 until November - of a total of 3.6 million newly registered passenger cars.

Read

06. January 2020 | 05:50 CET | by Mario Hose

Rent cap keeps Vonovia & Co on its toes: MOREH offers 6% fixed interest rate with commercial property

  • Real Estate

The discussions surrounding a rent cap in Berlin and other cities have repeatedly caused uncertainty among shareholders of real estate companies such as Vonovia in 2019. No improvement is in sight for 2020. Anyone who focuses on commercial real estate is not affected by this. For example, the real estate portfolio owner M Objekt Real Estate Holding GmbH & Co. KG, MOREH for short. In the summer of 2019, the company issued a corporate bond with a fixed interest rate of 6.00 percent with a semi-annual payment and extensive collateral. The security with a term of five years can be traded on numerous German stock exchanges. MOREH is a classic real estate portfolio holder with a focus on commercial real estate in Western Germany. Experts consider the MOREH bond to be attractive and have invested.

Read

03. January 2020 | 06:42 CET | by Mario Hose

Baumot Group AG - Upside potential and improved results

  • Retrofitting

The Baumot Group AG is a leading supplier in the field of exhaust gas aftertreatment. Baumot uses these products and services across all industries in the OEM (original equipment), retrofit and aftermarket (spare parts) business segments. The industries include, in particular, on-road e.g. cars, trucks and buses, and off-road e.g. construction machinery, agricultural machinery or stationary equipment.

Read

02. January 2020 | 05:45 CET | by Mario Hose

NEL ASA, Saturn Oil & Gas, VARTA - which stock will be the top performer in 2020?

  • Investments

If it runs, it runs! This or something similar is how the demand for the stocks of trend themes can be described. Last year, shares of hydrogen companies were in great demand. Also the interest in energy storage was very high. But what did not work at all was the extraction of energy raw materials in the traditional way. A backlog demand has emerged, which will pay off in 2020 according to experts for investors who are there in time.

Read

30. December 2019 | 05:45 CET | by Mario Hose

E.ON, EnBW or RWE - who is restructuring Germany after Merkel?

  • Central planned economy

The planned economy is de facto the opposite of the market economy. In a market economy, the free market decides what is produced and offered in what quantity and type of products and services. In a planned economy, the state determines what is to be implemented - or rather: implemented - in what periods and how. The disadvantage of a planned economy is that plans are often implemented inadequately and with delays. In the past, communist governments have worked with the system of the planned economy, but due to the lack of success the states have failed economically. Under German Chancellor Angela Merkel, patterns of planned economy are increasingly becoming apparent and economic challenges are growing exponentially. At the turn of the year, the problems in the energy sector, among others, increase intensify.

Read

27. December 2019 | 07:20 CET | by Mario Hose

BMW, Daimler or Volkswagen - who gives up first?

  • Mobility

Ludwig Erhard, the second German Chancellor and economist, said in the 1950s the much-quoted sentence: "No state can give its citizens more than it has taken from them before". A conscientious government should therefore strive to keep the delta between tax revenue and benefit to the taxpayer as small as possible. In this context, government subsidies are always a sensitive issue. The economic sustainability of government support for technology and innovation must lead to industries and companies learning to stand on their own two feet and the market regulating demand. The solar industry in Germany is a prime example of how tax money can be wasted. No well-known German company in the solar industry has survived in competition with Asia. Is there any reason to worry that German electromobility will suffer a similar fate?

Read

20. December 2019 | 16:41 CET | by Mario Hose

Adidas, Nike, RYU Apparel - when does the trend turn?

  • Sportswear

The fashion world is an exciting business. Once a company has grown into a brand, profits can bubble up. If a company is wrong with its strategy or its line, it can get rough. There are various labels that have had to survive difficult times in the past and are now doing well again. Adidas and Nike are without doubt among the biggest players worldwide. But there are also exciting newcomers who may be among the big names in a few years.

Read

20. December 2019 | 11:11 CET | by Mario Hose

Lynas Corporation, Mkango, Ucore Rare Metals - who will benefit most from the U.S. Army?

  • Rare Earth Elements

The market for rare earth elements is dominated by the People's Republic of China. Worldwide production of rare earths in 2018 was around 170,000 tonnes, of which 120,000 tonnes came from China. This shows how much the global industries have become dependent on a good relationship with China. In 2010, following a diplomatic dispute with Japan, the People's Republic restricted exports, which caused prices for niche metals to skyrocket.

Read

18. December 2019 | 10:36 CET | by Mario Hose

SAP, Siemens, Volkswagen, EXMceuticals - who has the best strategy for Africa?

  • Africa

The African continent is diverse and rich in people - more than just a beautiful travel destination. The population is estimated at around 1.3 billion people, which is comparable to China. The multitude of mineral resources and natural conditions offer an excellent starting position to strengthen the domestic economy and combat possible causes of flight. Various countries and companies have discovered Africa for themselves as a workbench, raw material region and sales market. However, sustainable stability and prosperity can usually only be achieved through education, and connection to that the different approaches of economy and politics can be of different importance for the local people.

Read

17. December 2019 | 09:52 CET | by Mario Hose

Competition for Flatex & Co.: wallstreet:online starts low cost broker

  • Broker

The bank-independent brokers get a new experienced competitor in the market. wallstreet:online AG has announced the foundation of a new discount broker together with its investment company wallstreet:online capital AG. The "Smartbroker" will immediately offer customers the trading of securities at all major stock exchanges at discount conditions. The objective of the w:o Group is to win over 200,000 customers for the Smartbroker over the next four to six years. The leading financial portal in the German-speaking area, wallstreet:online, is thus expanding its business model to include transaction business.

Read

16. December 2019 | 13:53 CET | by Mario Hose

Ballard Power, NEL ASA, dynaCERT - one of the largest logisticians increases share

  • Hydrogen

The hydrogen retrofit company dynaCERT announced in a news release that one of the largest European automotive logistics companies, Mosolf SE & CO. AG, supports the market launch of HydraGEN (TM) devices with concrete measures. In addition, CEO Dr. Jörg Mosolf has increased his private stake in dynaCERT to 4 million shares to 1.2% of all outstanding shares and thus follows the Canadian billionaire Eric Sprott, who holds about 10% of the retrofit company.

Read

13. December 2019 | 05:50 CET | by Mario Hose

iWater Group, K+S, Nestle - the importance of water is increasing

  • Water

Water is a staple food for humans and animals. The importance of water is constantly increasing with the growing population and the steadily rising demands for prosperity. Based on that trend, water becomes interesting for companies and investors from different perspectives. On the one hand, water extraction has become a business and on the other hand, environmentally friendly cleaning is becoming more and more relevant. The disposal of heavily polluted water has also become a challenge in today's more environmentally conscious world.

Read

12. December 2019 | 07:38 CET | by Mario Hose

Deutsche Rohstoff, Fuchs Petrolub, Saudi Aramco - and another successful player is emerging

  • Oil

With the IPO of Saudi Aramco, the topic of oil investments is once again moving into the focus of the media. People around the globe currently consume around 100 million barrels (159 liters) of crude oil per day for their usual prosperity. The crude oil is processed in a variety of ways and then used for various purposes. Apart from all environmental discussions, the production of crude oil provides a necessary foundation for a modern society. OPEC expects the daily demand for crude oil to rise to more than 110 million barrels by 2040, partly because energy demand is expected to rise by 25% over the same period.

Read

11. December 2019 | 19:52 CET | by Mario Hose

Syzygy as expected due to Daimler, Lufthansa and Porsche

  • Marketing

Syzygy AG, the internationally active German full-service agency for digital marketing, recently published its results for the first nine months of 2019. Syzygy AG's operating performance was characterised by the continued positive development of its German subsidiaries, which, however, were offset by the continued decline in business at the companies operating abroad, in particular the UK subsidiaries. The group operates as a creative, technology and media service provider for digital marketing.

Read

10. December 2019 | 08:05 CET | by Mario Hose

Is TUI taking over? Homes & Holiday with turnaround and takeover potential

  • Tourism

Homes & Holiday AG has had a difficult time. Following the IPO in summer 2018, the forecast was adjusted in autumn 2018. The stocks of the specialist for holiday properties has not recovered from this to date. In an interview with 4investors, CEO Joachim Semrau explains that the cost-cutting measures are taking effect and that the break-even should be successful in the coming year. There is also a takeover potential. Is TUI taking advantage of this?

Read

09. December 2019 | 12:35 CET | by Mario Hose

BMW, Daimler, Volkswagen - GBC's buy recommendation for retrofitter dynaCERT

  • hydrogen

The German automotive industry is facing major challenges. Customers want vehicles with performance and range, but politicians have persuaded the industry to manufacture and market economical engines. What happens if the manufacturers' offerings do not meet the wishes and needs of the market? Nothing more and sales collapse. The consequences of this misguided policy will become visible in the coming years. The demand for new cars will decrease with further tightening of emission standards and the holding period of existing vehicles will increase. At the same time, the loss in value of vehicles with internal combustion engines is unlikely to remain as high. GBC Research today published an update on a study on an exciting retrofit with hydrogen technology for internal combustion engines, confirmed the buy recommendation and raised the price target.

Read

09. December 2019 | 07:40 CET | by Mario Hose

Aphria, Aurora Cannabis, Canopy Growth - What Investors Need to Know in December

  • Cannabis

Investors around the globe have become acquainted with a new industry in recent years: cannabis. It is actually an old plant, but the effects attributed to it have sparked a new trend and brought a variety of applications in various products to market. From Canada, the hype was significantly supported and from there producers have conquered the world - provided that the legal framework for the production, processing or distribution of cannabis products has already been created. After a long phase of rising share prices, the last thing to follow was a hangover mood. Why is December a special month?

Read

06. December 2019 | 14:10 CET | by Mario Hose

Hugo Boss, Lenzing, RYU Apparel, Tom Tailor - but which share really has potential?

  • Fashion

The Christmas season is the time of gifts and the retail trade, online shops and logisticians often reach the limits of their capacity this season. At the Feast of Love, besides technical gadgets and fragrances, there are usually items of clothing under the Christmas tree. The fashion industry is preparing for the demand long before the festive season and is hoping for great interest. In addition to the well-known fashion labels and suppliers, new brands also have a chance to conquer the markets and investor hearts. Based on the base effect, there is a higher price potential for companies with a low market capitalization in the case of success compared to established brands, if the capital investment remains the same. It may therefore be worth researching.

Read

05. December 2019 | 13:57 CET | by Mario Hose

Alternative to Vonovia & Co? 6% MOREH bond with positive news

  • Real Estate

The real estate portfolio holder M Objekt Real Estate Holding GmbH & Co. KG, MOREH for short, issued a corporate bond in the summer of 2019 with a fixed interest rate of 6.00% on a semi-annual payment and extensive collateral. The security has a term of five years and is listed on the Munich Stock Exchange and all other German stock exchanges. MOREH is a classic real estate portfolio holder focusing on commercial real estate in western Germany. This means that the company is not affected by the current discussion about rent breaks or rent caps. Instead, MOREH reports rental success and convinces experts.

Read

05. December 2019 | 13:14 CET | by Mario Hose

Ballard Power, NEL ASA, Plug Power - and where real money is made today

  • Energy

The change in mobility is one of the most challenging issues of our time. German carmakers are currently focusing on the launch of battery cars in order to meet the increasingly stringent exhaust emission requirements of the European Union. From the user's point of view, electric mobility based on batteries and the idea of several million charging points at the roadsides and parking lots are reminiscent of the days of horse-drawn carriages. But this comparison is not accurate, because horses have not caused environmental damage in other parts of the world. In Germany there is an established network of over 14,000 gas stations and it is no secret that hydrogen takes about the same time to fill up as combustion engines. Why not the hydrogen car now?

Read

04. December 2019 | 16:10 CET | by Mario Hose

MagForce AG - systematic development creates trust

  • Nanomedical

MagForce AG, headquartered in Berlin, is a leading company in the field of nanomedicine with a focus on cancer therapy. The so-called NanoTherm therapy developed by it would be suitable for the local treatment of almost all solid tumours. The treatment is carried out using heat generated by activating injected superparamagnetic nanoparticles. The components of this therapy have EU-wide certification for the treatment of brain tumours. The aim of this novel cancer therapy is to establish itself as a further pillar of cancer therapy alongside conventional therapy methods such as surgery, radiation therapy and chemotherapy. According to available data, NanoTherm therapy shows promising efficacy and is also well tolerated.

Read

03. December 2019 | 08:02 CET | by Mario Hose

dynaCERT Inc., NEL ASA, Plug Power Inc. - who will reach the profit zone first?

  • Hydrogen

Mobility is changing and new technology is being tested. Vehicle manufacturers around the world are testing different engines and solutions to reduce fuel consumption and improve the energy balance. In addition to hybrid solutions, pure battery vehicles are also being tested. There are still many challenges with batteries to which there do not seem to be any solutions at present. A battery vehicle, for example, does not emit any exhaust gases, but the electricity for charging must come from somewhere, and the possibilities of obtaining the contents of a battery are also questionable from an environmental protection perspective. But there are interesting alternatives.

Read

02. December 2019 | 07:50 CET | by Mario Hose

USU Software AG - decline in sales followed by price target change

  • Software

USU Software AG, based in Möglingen, Germany, develops and distributes software solutions for knowledge-based service management through its subsidiaries. Its range of services includes solutions for strategic and operational IT and enterprise service management. Customers receive a complete overview of their IT processes and IT infrastructure and are able to plan, bill, monitor and control services transparently. USU is one of the world's leading manufacturers of software license management solutions.

Read

29. November 2019 | 11:18 CET | by Mario Hose

dynaCERT, Mkango Resources, Osino Resources - what impact has Eric Sprott's involvement?

  • Investments

Today is Friday and many young people in Germany are on strike again for climate protection. While some people are protesting, others are creating technical facts for environmental protection as best they can and as physics allows. Never again will change be as slow as it is now. The Canadian company dynaCERT has developed a technology that makes existing diesel engines greener. The advantage of retrofitting devices is that they save fuel and prevent the emission of pollutants.

Read

28. November 2019 | 10:10 CET | by Mario Hose

Deutsche Rohstoff AG, K+S AG, Saturn Oil & Gas Inc. - Buy recommendation with over 100% potential

  • Resources

Growth and prosperity are based on energy and raw materials. More than seven billion people around the globe enjoy the benefits of running water, electricity and transport connections every day. Communication based on an internet connection already enables more than four billion people today to exchange information in all parts of the world. We live in a business world with more and more market participants. More and more buyers and users as well as sellers and suppliers meet. The demands in nutrition, use and logistics are constantly increasing and as an investor there are interesting opportunities to participate in this development.

Read

27. November 2019 | 14:50 CET | by Mario Hose

EQS Group AG - Delays send share price down to two-year low

  • RegTech

The RegTech company, EQS Group, was founded in Munich in 2000 and has since developed into an international provider of regulatory technologies in the areas of corporate compliance and investor relations. Several thousand companies worldwide use the EQS Group's solutions to meet complex compliance requirements, minimize risks and communicate transparently with stakeholders. The products of the EQS Group are bundled in the cloud-based software EQS COCKPIT. This allows compliance workflows in the areas of whistleblower protection and case management, policy management, insider list management and reporting obligations to be professionally controlled. Listed companies also use a global newswire, investor targeting and contact management, IR websites, digital reports and webcasts for investor communication.

Read

25. November 2019 | 05:54 CET | by Mario Hose

MPH Health Care investment HAEMATO with growth in Q3 - shares before turnaround?

  • Medical

HAEMATO AG, a provider of special pharmaceuticals and a subsidiary of MPH Health Care, which is also listed on the stock exchange, returned to growth in the third quarter of 2019. The company is also continuing to optimize its business processes and approve new products in order to broaden its portfolio. This means that the stocks could also face a turnaround. Analysts also see significant price potential.

Read

22. November 2019 | 11:04 CET | by Mario Hose

Ballard Power, dynaCERT, Enthusiast Gaming - Canadian Companies Conquer the World

  • Canada

Many people around the globe have Canada on their wish list as a destination for a dream trip. At regular intervals, well-known tour operators and travel guides publish the most popular and beautiful destinations in the world and Canada is usually among the top three countries to be found. Beside the ski areas of the Rocky Mountains, the many lakes and rivers as well as great coastal regions, the country has to offer also economically competence. The country also leads the ranking of commodity exporting nations. In addition, numerous successful innovative companies are based in the Canadian metropolises and conquer the world from there.

Read

21. November 2019 | 20:57 CET | by Mario Hose

Media and Games Invest plc - steady growth with increasing number of users

  • Gaming

Media and Games Invest plc is a profitable investment company with a focus on game publishing and media. Since May 2018, the Group has changed its business purpose by separating the real estate business from the scope of consolidation and acquiring a majority interest in the game-publishing platform gamigo AG. Currently, the strategy is based on four pillars: "Buy, Integrate, Expand and Improve" and is implemented through organic and inorganic growth. The division is divided into two segments: 1) Game Publishing, which includes a broad portfolio of online, mobile and console games; and 2) Digital Media, which includes online advertising and social marketing services for Group and third-party games.

Read

20. November 2019 | 11:47 CET | by Mario Hose

Allianz, Deutsche Bank, Triumph Gold - ECB warns against own interest rate policy

  • Monetary policy

Luis de Guindos, Vice-President of the European Central Bank (ECB), presented the semi-annual stability report this morning. In view of the continuing economic weakness and extremely low interest rates in the eurozone, the ECB warns of the dangers to the stability of the financial system. High debt levels and budget deficits in some eurozone countries could once again come to the fore in the market. Low interest rates also increased the willingness of investment and pension funds and insurers to take risks in order to generate returns on risky transactions. Unexpected price corrections in investments can thus have consequences for the entire financial system.

Read

19. November 2019 | 11:47 CET | by Mario Hose

EXMCEUTICALS INC., SATURN OIL & GAS INC., WALLSTREET:ONLINE AG - WHICH PEARL IS MOST UNDERVALUED?

  • Small Caps

The largest listed companies around the globe have been experiencing brisk demand for their shares for several years in connection with the interest rate policy of the ECB and the Fed. On the one hand investors invest directly in the shares of these companies due to their high tradability, but on the other hand the market share of passively managed products such as ETFs and certificates is growing. People are looking less and less into the balance sheets of small cap stocks. In view of the fact that this year's German Equity Forum will take place in Frankfurt next week, interested institutional investors, analysts and journalists will again have the opportunity to talk intensively about business development with decision-makers from listed small cap companies.

Read

19. November 2019 | 07:35 CET | by Mario Hose

Expedeon AG before sale of a division to Abcam plc

  • Medical

The medical research company Expedeon has offices in Heidelberg and Madrid and develops innovative technologies, products and services that are used in research laboratories worldwide. Expedeon's products enable scientists to break down the boundaries of research and product development and make a significant contribution to the market launch of new diagnostic tools. With applications that cover the entire genomics, proteomics and immunology workflow, the technologies developed by Expedeon accelerate and simplify research and enable both biopharmaceutical and diagnostic companies and organizations to introduce new and cost-effective processes. Expedeon's products are distributed through direct sales and several distributors in Europe, the USA and Asia. The company has offices in Germany, Spain, United Kingdom, USA and Singapore.

Read

18. November 2019 | 11:43 CET | by Mario Hose

BIGG DIGITAL ASSETS, NEL ASA, NOXXON PHARMA AND RYU APPAREL - THE PRICE POTENTIAL OF PENNY STOCKS

  • Penny Stocks

The value of a company is usually calculated by multiplying the number of shares by the share price. So-called market capitalization says more about the value of the company than just the share price. There are different customs and rules in different countries. In Germany, for example, the value of a share must always be at least EUR 1.00 when it is founded or in connection with a capital increase. This is different for companies in the Netherlands, Norway or Canada, for example, and against this background so-called penny stocks from these countries, i.e. shares with a price of 0 before the decimal point, can be quite interesting.

Read

18. November 2019 | 05:50 CET | by Mario Hose

Daimler, dynaCERT and Tesla - what do investors need to know now?

  • environmental protection

As a result of the costly rebuild, the Daimler Group is using the red pen at Mercedes-Benz. 10% of the management level will be dismissed - i.e. around 1,100 people. CEO Ola Källenius will give a concrete account of the savings in his presentation and aims to reduce personnel costs by more than EUR 1 billion by 2022. While Stuttgart is in a crisis mood, Berlin-Brandenburg seems to be in a champagne mood, as Elon Musk had announced the construction of a Gigafactory in the region. Ironically, Tesla would no longer exist without the help of Daimler.

Read

15. November 2019 | 13:40 CET | by Mario Hose

BAYER, CONTINENTAL, IWATER GROUP - WHO BENEFITS FROM CLEAN WATER?

  • Water

Water resources around the globe are increasingly polluted by pollutants. The pursuit of prosperity, luxury and safety comes at a price. More people need more food and the yield per hectare must increase through the use of more fertilizers and pesticides. The intake of medicines by humans and animals is also not without its consequences and so drug residues are increasingly becoming a problem. But where there are problems, new business opportunities also arise.

Read

14. November 2019 | 10:53 CET | by Mario Hose

MKANGO RESOURCES, OSINO RESOURCES AND TRIUMPH GOLD - PURCHASE OPPORTUNITIES AFTER PRICE DECLINE?

  • Resources

The past 12 months have been marked by positive developments for gold and silver investors. During this period, the price per ounce of gold rose from below USD 1,198.00 to over USD 1,557.00 - an increase of around 30%. Over the same period, the price per ounce of silver rose by over 41% from less than USD 13.90 to more than USD 19.65. The price per ounce of silver rose from less than USD 1,198.00 to more than USD 1,557.00, an increase of around 30%. In this context, the development of the shares of gold companies is also exciting. The recent decline in the price of precious metals can also be an opportunity to enter the market.

Read

13. November 2019 | 07:07 CET | by Mario Hose

CENIT COMPLEMENTS IBM AND SAP - SALES INCREASE

  • Software

CENIT AG, based in Stuttgart, has been successfully active as a leading consulting and software specialist for the optimization of business processes in the fields of Digital Factory, Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), SAP PLM, Enterprise Information Management (EIM), Business Optimization & Analytics (BOA) and Application Management Services (AMS) for over 25 years. Standard solutions from strategic partners such as DASSAULT SYSTEMES, SAP and IBM are supplemented by CENIT's own established software developments. These include the FASTSUITE product family for software solutions in the digital factory sector, cenitCONNECT for processes related to SAP PLM, cenitSPIN as a powerful PLM desktop, CENIT ECLISO for efficient information management and ECM system monitor for monitoring IBM ECM applications.

Read

12. November 2019 | 06:36 CET | by Mario Hose

AURORA, BEVCANNA, CANOPY OR EXMCEUTICALS - WHICH CANNABIS SHARE HAS POTENTIAL?

  • Cannabis

The shares of Canadian cannabis companies have lost significant value this year. There are exceptions, such as BevCanna and EXMceuticals, but the well-known players such as Aurora and Canopy have fallen significantly. This was preceded by a period of price rises and forecasts that never seemed to end. In the meantime, the phase of speculation is over and it is all about facts. Speculators go out and investors stand on the sidelines and observe the development or already use the chance to enter.

Read

08. November 2019 | 07:50 CET | by Mario Hose

BMW, NEL ASA, IWATER GROUP - TODAY RECOGNIZE THE TOPICS OF THE FUTURE

  • Innovations

This week, the German government decided to create incentives to buy e-mobility with higher subsidies. For example, government support for the purchase of a new car was increased from EUR 4,000 to EUR 6,000. The large car batteries of the electric cars, however, can lead to an extended problem of electronic scrap at landfills all over the world due to a lack of recycling methods and infrastructure if solutions are not worked out at the same time.

Read

06. November 2019 | 16:18 CET | by Mario Hose

SALZGITTER AG, TICK TRADING SOFTWARE AG, WIRECARD AG - WHAT INFLUENCE DO THE RESULTS HAVE?

  • Results

Today, three German listed companies reported on their business development. Salzgitter AG has published figures for the first nine months. tick-TS AG provided information on the past 2018/19 financial year and Wirecard AG informed the public about the profit forecast for the 2020 financial year. For investors, information on operating performance in the past is important in order to estimate how the future could develop and to what extent the Executive Board has complied with past forecasts.

Read

05. November 2019 | 05:50 CET | by Mario Hose

ASMALLWORLD AG, BET-AT-HOME.COM AG, ENTHUSIAST GAMING HOLDINGS INC. - FOCUSED CORPORATE LEADERS ENSURE GROWTH

  • Community

Every year, Deutsche Börse AG invites the financial community to one of the largest European conferences where the financial community meets. Last year, the German Equity Forum coordinated more than 4,500 1-on-1 meetings between entrepreneurs, analysts, journalists and investors and more than 120 presentations took place. This year, the event will take place from November 25 to 27, 2019 and participants can look forward to a varied program of topics. National and international board members and top managers will present themselves to the audience and offer insights into a broad spectrum of business models. Also present this year are the board members of Asmallworld AG, bet-at-home.com AG and Enthusiast Gaming Holdings Inc.

Read

04. November 2019 | 05:50 CET | by Mario Hose

dynaCERT, Mkango, Saturn Oil & Gas - Future Issues for Investors

  • Mobility

The future is traded on the stock exchange and exciting topics as well as scalable business models have a good chance of increasing in popularity with investors. Energy is an important topic in the future and against this background, companies that have positioned themselves in this environment are particularly attractive. Various international companies have positioned themselves well and are gaining in importance on the German capital market. The dialogue between management and investors, analysts and media representatives provides insights and creates trust.

Read

03. November 2019 | 07:37 CET | by Mario Hose

BAYER, MERCK OR NOVARTIS - WHO BUYS NOXXON PHARMA?

  • Pharma

The therapy and cure of serious diseases is a large market with a high willingness to invest. Companies that are active in research and development need experienced teams and partners as well as a lot of liquidity and opportunities to carry out tests. Bayer, Merck and Novartis are well-known global players in the research and treatment of cancer. It is not uncommon for these companies to work with small partners and, if successful, to even acquire them. A transaction may be imminent.

Read

01. November 2019 | 05:50 CET | by Mario Hose

BASF, COVESTRO, IWATER GROUP - SOLUTIONS FOR CLEAN WATER

  • Water

The raw material water is becoming increasingly scarce worldwide and for this reason careful handling is becoming increasingly important for the preservation of planet Earth. The protection of water resources also concerns manufacturing industries, because the avoidance of the emission of pollutants makes a significant contribution to environmental protection. Well-known companies have an interest in the sustainable production of products for the benefit of nature. Social pressure is high and the willingness to invest is increasing. There are different ways to protect the environment.

Read

30. October 2019 | 11:34 CET | by Mario Hose

BEYOND MEAT, RYU APPAREL, WIRECARD - SHARES FOR CONVERSION

  • Growth

Social change will never be as slow as it is now. The worldwide networking through the Internet and the social media has won people platforms to continuously exchange information around the globe in a matter of seconds on topics that move them. Against this backdrop, innovations and trends are particularly exciting and include topics such as nutrition, fashion and technologies that enable change over time. In this context, Beyond Meat, RYU Apparel and Wirecard are also moving into the focus of interested market participants.

Read

28. October 2019 | 05:50 CET | by Mario Hose

AUDI, BMW, DAIMLER - EVERYTHING COMES IN A COMPLETELY DIFFERENT WAY

  • Hydrogen

For many decades, the developers and engineers of renowned German car manufacturers focused on the optimization of combustion engines. Performance, reliability and range were at the top of the list of requirements that the market demanded as a prerequisite for purchasing decisions. Actually not much has changed about that, there is only one more point on the list - if possible, the drive should be cleaner. Blinded by Elon Musk's battery cars, carmakers in this country were also working on pure electric motors, and politicians were doing it, by the way. But the sales figures meanwhile point to a gigantic flop - for many good reasons.

Read

24. October 2019 | 07:53 CET | by Mario Hose

BAYER, IWATER GROUP, NOVARTIS - THE IMPORTANCE OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

  • Water

Water is undisputedly one of the most important components of life on earth. With an increasing world population and the pursuit of prosperity, resources are needed to feed people. Agricultural land must be and remain productive in order to guarantee the quality and quantity of products for the food chain. Against this background, research in the fields of agriculture and water management is particularly important and an exciting future market for investors.

Read

23. October 2019 | 07:54 CET | by Mario Hose

AURORA, BEVCANNA, EXMCEUTICALS - CANADA GETTING READY FOR CANNABIS 2.0

  • Cannabis

The consulting firm Deloitte has taken a close look at the cannabis industry and evaluated food and extracted products for the cannabis 2.0 market. In their analysis, the experts came to the conclusion that the annual Canadian market for food and alternative cannabis products is worth CAD 2.7 billion. The vast majority of this emerging cannabis 2.0 market will be products based on cannabis extracts, including foods, which the analysis puts at CAD 1.6 billion alone. But there are other significant opportunities, including cannabis-infused beverages with CAD 529 million, health products with CAD 174 million, concentrates with CAD 140 million, tinctures with CAD 116 million and capsules with CAD 114 million.

Read