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Dirk Graszt, CEO, Clean Logistics SE

Dirk Graszt
CEO | Clean Logistics SE
Trettaustr.32, 21107 Hamburg (DE)

info@cleanlogistics.de

+49-4171-6791300

Interview Clean Logistics: Hydrogen challenge to Daimler + Co.


Matthew Salthouse, CEO, Kainantu Resources

Matthew Salthouse
CEO | Kainantu Resources
3 Phillip Street #19-01 Royal Group Building, 048693 Singapore (SGP)

info@krl.com.sg

+65 6920 2020

Interview Kainantu Resources: "We hold the key to growth in the Asia-Pacific region".


Justin Reid, President and CEO, Troilus Gold Corp.

Justin Reid
President and CEO | Troilus Gold Corp.
36 Lombard Street, Floor 4, M5C 2X3 Toronto, Ontario (CAN)

info@troilusgold.com

+1 (647) 276-0050

Interview Troilus Gold: "We are convinced that Troilus is more than just a mine".


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20. October 2021 | 13:52 CET | by André Will-Laudien

SAP, wallstreet:online, Baidu - This is where the action is!

  • Technology

Anyone who wants to secure a piece of the market share in today's online business must develop good digital concepts and exceptional customer service. However, many of these models have simply been transformed from the old economy to the digital world and have significant breaking points in the day-to-day operational processing. Currently, the online world is at a standstill because the transfer of goods has to be confirmed manually at a warehouse exit. Many companies are working on a perfect digital flow. We take a look at some of them today.

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20. October 2021 | 12:56 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Varta, Graphano Energy, Nel ASA - Who will deliver the super battery?

  • graphite

The race for the most powerful battery stops at many stations. On the one hand, it is about battery efficiency as a basic fact of the climate discussion. On the other hand, many producers wonder where all the battery metals should come from if every second EU citizen switches to e-mobility in the next few years. Neither the charging infrastructure nor resilient batteries are available at the moment, so the whole planning is actually still fraught with a lot of dreaming - nevertheless, the necessary metals are going through the roof in terms of price. The reason is that those sitting on the metals are turning the price screw, even if the actual excess demand will probably only arise in 2-3 years. We are looking at values that are in the middle of the typhoon.

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20. October 2021 | 12:17 CET | by Nico Popp

TUI, Diamcor Mining, Varta: Luxury that pays off

  • Diamonds

A luxurious trip? A sporty electric coupé or perhaps timelessly beautiful jewelry? There are many ways to indulge in luxury. Some are enduring, and some are rather clumsy consumption. But even when it comes to luxury, there is no arguing about matters of taste. However, it is easier to argue when it comes to investments in companies that benefit to a greater or lesser extent from the penchant for luxury. We discuss three shares.

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20. October 2021 | 12:10 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Formycon, Memiontec, Synlab - Act before it is too late!

  • Investments

When an unpredictable event occurs, humanity sees how powerless it is in the face of it. We saw this in the spring of last year with the outbreak of the Corona pandemic. Only since the approval of various vaccines has a normalization taken place. However, further, foreseeable problems are coming our way. According to expert forecasts, water demand will exceed supply by 40% as early as 2030. Some companies sense an opportunity to profit from the water shortage through novel technologies.

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20. October 2021 | 11:26 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Plug Power, BrainChip, Software AG - Crisis and no end

  • Technology

The global economy is suffering from a chip shortage. One reason for this is blown-up supply chains due to the Corona pandemic, leading to production downtime and short-time working, especially in the automotive industry. In addition, with future technologies such as the Internet of Things, autonomous driving and artificial intelligence, there is a higher demand for semiconductors in addition to more powerful processors. An end to this dilemma is far from imminent, according to industry insiders.

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20. October 2021 | 11:04 CET | by Armin Schulz

Bayer, Sativa Wellness Group, MorphoSys - Can the pharmaceutical industry benefit from the new German government?

  • Biotechnology

The federal election is over, and the pharmaceutical industry has to adjust to the new political constellation. The industry is facing change. Digitization is an important topic. To not lose even more researchers to foreign countries, approval processes must be accelerated and bureaucracy reduced. If we always acted as decisively as we did during the pandemic, much more could be achieved. The new federal government is flirting with the legalization of cannabis. If this were to happen, the market would probably be huge. The next four years promise to be exciting.

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19. October 2021 | 13:44 CET | by Fabian Lorenz

Barrick Gold, Standard Lithium, GSP Resource: Commodities booming

  • Commodities

Copper, lithium and oil are just a few examples of commodities whose prices are going through the roof. The shares of the producers of these commodities are benefiting as a result. In addition, there is now often a takeover fantasy. This applies, for example, to Standard Lithium. The US explorer has now also published positive data for its project. It also applies to GSP Resource. At least as far as drilling results and takeover fantasy are concerned. The share price, on the other hand, still has room for improvement. The same applies to Barrick Gold. The Q3 figures were convincing, with the gold company earning brilliantly on every ounce, but the shares are trading close to the year's low.

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19. October 2021 | 13:13 CET | by Nico Popp

Plug Power, Central African Gold, Newmont: The best of both worlds

  • Gold

The risk appetite is back! Especially in the past week, shares around hydrogen and electromobility have climbed rapidly again. Even hydrogen stocks of the first hour were again kissed awake by the market. We highlight Plug Power, one such share, and list shares that tech-savvy investors can add to their portfolios.

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19. October 2021 | 13:06 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Steinhoff International, Osino Resources, Nordex - Best conditions

  • Gold

Despite concerns about a possible real estate crash in China as well as continued high inflation and investors' fears of demonetization, global indices pushed up again last week and are preparing for another assault on new all-time highs. In addition, strong business figures for the third quarter from the US supported the stock market barometers. The DAX also started the number season with good guidance from the software giant SAP.

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19. October 2021 | 12:46 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Nvidia, Almonty Industries, BP - Scarcity drives prices!

  • Tungsten

The shift from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources is increasing the need for industrial metals. Copper's excellent thermal conductivity, along with its corrosion resistance, ease of processing, strength, durability and formability, offer unbeatable advantages in solar thermal applications. Tungsten's properties also play an increasingly important role in power, lighting, medical and aerospace applications. Companies producing the critical metal have significant upside opportunities in this regard.

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19. October 2021 | 12:03 CET | by Stefan Feulner

TeamViewer, Aspermont, Commerzbank - One step ahead

  • Digitization

The digital age is massively transforming the economy and, as a result, businesses and their business models. Traditional models are being displaced, and new ideas are in demand. The Corona pandemic has highlighted the enormous shortcomings and accelerated the transformation to a digital world. Across industries, companies that embrace and implement this development are likely to be among the winners, while analog companies will lose their competitiveness and disappear from the scene.

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19. October 2021 | 11:12 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Rock Tech Lithium, Barsele Minerals, Standard Lithium, Orocobre - Now the hunt is on!

  • Gold

The lithium herd has started to move tremendously with the federal election. With a Red-Green-Yellow coalition, the market is betting on a fast and consistent approach to implementing the 2030 climate targets. This includes promoting modern technologies from E-mobility to renewable energies and the expansion of hydrogen technology, which is still in its infancy. The protagonists expect the greatest boost to come from subsidies for electrically powered vehicles. In German industry, this was still causing stomach aches 18 months ago, but now the first lithium converter is being built in Brandenburg. We take a look at the hot stock market candidates.

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19. October 2021 | 10:46 CET | by Nico Popp

Royal Dutch Shell, MAS Gold, Barrick Gold: Remedies for inflation and crisis

  • Gold

Inflation rates dwarf everything, and any buyer or tradesman has to think back a long time before he can draw a historical comparison with the current situation. However, many economists still appear relaxed: They say that the situation around fragile supply chains and scarce goods will ease next spring. Employment, which is still below pre-Corona levels today, is also expected to pick up speed then. But what if it doesn't?

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18. October 2021 | 15:08 CET | by Nico Popp

BYD, dynaCERT, Daimler: Alternative drives are flying again

  • Hydrogen

Trends and moods are sometimes decisive on the stock market: Even a proven future technology has to lose ground when the investor crowd moves on to another industry or prefers to watch the markets from the sidelines. That is what has happened in recent months concerning electromobility and hydrogen. Even big names like BYD and Tesla corrected. However, things have been on the up again for a few days now. We explain where opportunities could lie now.

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18. October 2021 | 13:37 CET | by André Will-Laudien

TeamViewer, Desert Gold, TUI - Full speed ahead to the turnaround?

  • Gold

Sometimes things do not work out as expected on the stock market. At the beginning of October, the DAX started a sell-off, the 200-day line was even clearly undercut twice at 14,850 points, and many crash prophets became quite loud again. However, as is so often the case, they were not right because the market left the October settlement on Friday with 15,594 points. Who would have thought it - a complete 700 point reversal, the proclaimed crash was again canceled without a sound. Despite this, however, individual stocks are struggling with lows right now. We take a look at some turnaround opportunities.

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18. October 2021 | 13:05 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Defense Metals, Nordex, Varta - These are the reasons for the rising prices!

  • RareEarths

Rare earths are indispensable for the production of laptops, cell phones, electric motors and wind turbines. However, their extraction is complicated, which is why the supply is also relatively low. The EU has classified many of these metals as critical with regard to their availability given their great importance for many industries, also because of China's dominance as the largest supplier. Efforts to build rare earth mines outside China are proceeding at full speed.

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18. October 2021 | 12:02 CET | by Stefan Feulner

China Evergrande, AdTiger, Geely - Great opportunities in China

  • Digitization

China cannot get out of the negative headlines. After the government accelerates the regulation of domestic technology groups, the Middle Kingdom is facing the next problem. The impending collapse of Chinese real estate giant Evergrande has been preoccupying the markets for weeks. However, due to the strong correction in recent months, there are attractive entry opportunities, especially in the technology sector. Charlie Munger, for example, long-time business partner of investment legend Warren Buffett, massively increased his stake in online giant Alibaba in the last quarter, according to a report in the Daily Journal.

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18. October 2021 | 11:18 CET | by Armin Schulz

Rock Tech Lithium, Royal Helium, Gazprom - Commodities as a booster for the portfolio

  • Helium

Inflation is hitting with full force. Construction costs and energy prices are right at the forefront, which currently know only one direction: up. In the USA, the inflation rate was 5.4%, and in Germany, 4.1%. Winter is just around the corner and demand for heating oil, gas, and the like is rising, with no end in sight at the moment. If you want to hedge against rising prices, it is best to buy shares in producers that profit directly from price increases. Today we analyze three companies from the commodity sector.

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18. October 2021 | 10:44 CET | by Nico Popp

BioNTech, Cardiol Therapeutics, Bayer: Where triple-digit returns beckon

  • Biotechnology

The pandemic is drawing to a close. Vaccination rates are high, and a new wave is - fortunately - not picking up speed. But in this environment, what is happening to many highly acclaimed pandemic stocks? Are vaccine manufacturers still interesting at the moment? We look at how the industry is faring and where opportunities can still be found.

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15. October 2021 | 13:39 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Newmont Corp, Triumph Gold, Lufthansa, TUI - Dramatic turnaround in the course!

  • Gold

Gold and silver are turning in significantly, Lufthansa and TUI have gone through with their large capital increases - what is next here? Even if the major indices experienced a strong correction in October yesterday, there was a dramatic turnaround in several respects. Volatility as a fluctuation indicator even came back so strongly in the last few days that it fell below the threshold of 20 again. This indicator shows that the need for hedging is probably dwindling, i.e. the interest of the investment community tends to be directed upwards again. But inflation can still put a spoke in the party's wheel - but that would again be a buying argument for the precious metals! We direct our view on some turnaround candidates.

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15. October 2021 | 13:23 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Nordex, Tembo Gold, Plug Power - Great rebound potential

  • Gold

"If you don't have the shares when they fall, you don't have them when they rise", this quote comes from the stock market legend André Kostolany. The words of the old master can be applied to the current state of both the stock and precious metals markets. The renewable energy sector currently offers great comeback opportunities. The prices of most wind, hydroelectric and hydrogen stocks have lost more than half their value in recent months, and the bottoming process is underway. Which companies are coming back and continuing their upward trend?

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15. October 2021 | 12:19 CET | by Armin Schulz

Bayer, Water Ways Technologies, K+S - Will there be enough food for everyone in the future?

  • agritech

Humanity is growing and growing. In a few years, 10 billion people will populate the earth. The question then arises as to whether there will be enough food available in the future. One of the difficulties is climate change. If it gets hotter and hotter, less will grow, and if agricultural land becomes smaller, less food can be produced. To meet this challenge, yields on arable land must be increased. Fertilizers can help. Another critical factor will be water. Water is already scarce in some parts of the world, and drinking water is far from accessible to everyone everywhere. Today we analyze three companies that could play an important role in the future of food supply.

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15. October 2021 | 11:25 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

First Majestic, Silver Viper, Barrick Gold - Best prospects for precious metals

  • PreciousMetals

For the first time since December 1993, the inflation rate in Germany reached a value of over 4%. In the USA, too, the rate rose to 5.4%, although economists had actually expected it to fall. Nevertheless, the central banks are currently making no attempt to counter inflation by raising key interest rates. No one wants to jeopardize the tender little plant of the economy after the disastrous Corona year. Surprisingly at first glance, prices for precious metals as a "crisis currency" are not rising to the extent that would be expected. But there are clear signs that demand will increase strongly.

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15. October 2021 | 10:10 CET | by Nico Popp

MorphoSys, Sativa Wellness Group, CureVac: Healthcare investments of tomorrow

  • Healthcare

The healthcare sector is facing a reassessment. For years, especially in Germany, health care has been "fiddled with" - a reform here, a change there, but in basic terms, little has changed in the system in recent years. With the new federal government, things could start to move. Regardless of ideological trench warfare, observers can state, especially under the impression of the pandemic, that innovative treatment methods and preventive care are the most important trends for the future, along with the digitization of the healthcare system. In this context, we present three companies and highlight their opportunities.

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14. October 2021 | 13:55 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Varta, Standard Lithium, Sierra Grande Minerals, Nordex - The next hype rolls in!

  • Copper

In Germany, politics is becoming significantly greener! But what do the mobility concepts of the climate protectors look like? In addition to the publicly demanded reduction of unnecessary business flights, the bicycle would also be an alternative for 30-kilometer journeys. Fossil energy has already become 50% more expensive in 2021, and gas prices are going through the roof. There is still a high demand for energy in Germany because we are currently buying cheap nuclear power abroad. This is how it can go when a botched energy policy is associated with climate protection goals. No matter how things go, the world needs copper for modern technologies, and this raw material, along with lithium and other critical metals, is just terribly scarce. How are the typical industry players doing?

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14. October 2021 | 13:37 CET | by Nico Popp

ThyssenKrupp, Graphano Energy, BYD: The hype returns

  • graphite

Prices are rising and the economy is booming. Supply chains are not yet running smoothly again, meaning that many basic materials are expensive. But the signs for rising raw material prices are also good in the long term: New technology is driving demand, both for entirely new applications such as batteries and for infrastructure. Buildings, bridges, wind turbines - all of these will remain a topic for years to come. We present three stocks that could benefit from these developments.

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14. October 2021 | 13:30 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

SMA Solar, dynaCERT, TotalEnergies - Good for the climate, good for your portfolio!

  • Hydrogen

The signs of the times are climate protection: In America, Joe Biden is trying to push his Green New Deal through the legislature, China is phasing out the construction of coal-fired power plants, and in Germany, the Greens will most likely be part of the next government. Industry is also rethinking its position. Recently, an alliance of 69 leading German companies called for an "implementation offensive for climate neutrality" within the first 100 days of a new government. Signatories included heavyweights such as SAP, E.ON and Bayer. The following three stocks should get a tailwind from the new climate awareness.

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14. October 2021 | 11:27 CET | by André Will-Laudien

BioNTech, Cardiol Therapeutics, CureVac: A decade's worth of ideas!

  • Biotechnology

Biotechnology remains a hotly contested industry. In the fight against a wide range of diseases, biopharmaceuticals are the first port of call. It studies the relationship between drugs and excipients' chemical and physical properties and their form of administration in a living organism. By directly applying findings from biology and biochemistry, technically functional elements are identified. The central objectives are to research, improve and develop processes for the production of relevant substances. Often research goes nowhere; we take a look at the sector.

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14. October 2021 | 08:20 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Square, BIGG Digital Assets, Advanced Micro Devices - Profiteers of the FinTech and crypto boom

  • crypto

FinTech and crypto are defining investment themes of today. Even though there are now efforts by politicians to curb or regulate cryptocurrencies, they will remain part of our everyday lives in the long run. For cryptos to be usable by the broad population, it is essential to make them easy and safe to trade and use as a means of payment. That requires certified trading platforms and reliable payment service providers. These are not the only ones who will benefit from the development; hardware manufacturers are also in great demand.

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14. October 2021 | 07:46 CET | by Stefan Feulner

SAP, Kleos Space, Ballard Power - Igniting like a rocket

  • Investments

The storage and processing of data will be one of the themes of our society for the coming years. Big Data will create scientific advances and innovations, increasing the competitiveness of both science and companies across industries. Already today, innovative startups are working on the processing of larger amounts of data using artificial intelligence. The potential is enormous, the predicted growth rates gigantic.

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13. October 2021 | 13:23 CET | by André Will-Laudien

BASF, Almonty Industries, Millennial Lithium, BYD - All sold out?

  • Tungsten

Anyone who can offer scarce raw materials today is in a fortunate position as far as business prospects are concerned. In particular, metals and battery raw materials are in high demand and have become a bone of contention in globalization. That is because many critical metals are majority-owned by China, meaning that the regime decides on potential allocations to foreign countries. Admittedly, the Middle Kingdom wants to stay in business with the West, so long-term contracts exist. Nevertheless, the domestic industry is naturally given preferential treatment; we can only hope for political stability and incremental improvements in the West. Who are the interesting players in the tight commodity market?

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13. October 2021 | 12:19 CET | by Stefan Feulner

XPeng, Central African Gold, Volkswagen - It will not work without metals

  • Gold

Decarbonization is the magic word when it comes to achieving the ever-tighter climate targets. The phase-out of coal and the move away from fossil fuels, oil and natural gas is a done deal. However, considerable quantities of copper, lithium, cobalt and nickel are needed to ensure the energy turnaround, whether for electromobility, solar or wind technology. A limited supply is already matching the enormous demand. A stalling of ambitious plans is already preprogrammed.

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13. October 2021 | 11:09 CET | by Armin Schulz

Alibaba, AdTiger, ProSiebenSat.1 Media - Christmas business makes the cash register ring in the advertising market

  • Digitization

Even before Corona, more and more people were shopping online, and the pandemic has further boosted this trend. Christmas is fast approaching, and this festival of gifts traditionally brings retailers the highest sales. Sitecore has learned from a survey that Christmas shopping will start earlier this year. When talking to local retailers, it is often heard that customers are nowhere near as abundant as they were before the pandemic. Corona rules or mask-wearing obviously bothers some consumers, and so they continue to turn to online shopping. The advertising market will grow significantly in the next two months, both online and offline. So today, we analyze three companies that are involved in advertising and e-commerce.

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13. October 2021 | 10:16 CET | by Nico Popp

Rock Tech Lithium, Manganese X Energy, Daimler: E-mobility takes off on the stock market

  • Electromobility

The bull market is here to stay. Although standard stocks are still bobbing along, speculative stocks are picking up speed. That suggests that the risk appetite of investors has not yet been satisfied. In addition, events in future-oriented sectors, such as electromobility, are coming thick and fast. Most recently, both Millennial Lithium and Neo Lithium were taken over. The Canadian-German Company Rock Tech Lithium is becoming a neighbor of Tesla in Brandenburg. Which stocks are the next winners?

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12. October 2021 | 13:32 CET | by Nico Popp

RWE, Desert Gold, Deutsche Bank: Opportunities from conservative to speculative

  • Gold

How to invest when prices are galloping and disruptive fires are increasing? Many investors will opt for blue chips. Indeed, large corporations with steady and stable cash flows offer an opportunity, especially in times of inflation. But which stocks are specifically suitable? Using three shares as examples, we explain how investments can succeed today.

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12. October 2021 | 13:09 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Infineon, BrainChip, Palantir - Spoiled for choice!

  • Technology

The chip shortage is having an increasingly negative impact on supply chains. In Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, short-time work has now been declared at some suppliers to the automotive industry. First, the pandemic and the associated uncertainties among consumers caused less demand. Now, demand is suddenly back, but it cannot be satisfied because the supply chains from Asia are not yet functioning properly. Market observers expect these constraints to continue into next year. The chip crisis has now existed since the Evergreen disaster in the Suez Canal and seems to be with us for longer. We take a look at some tech stocks in the near vicinity.

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12. October 2021 | 12:32 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Defence Therapeutics, BioNTech, Valneva - When will things pick up again?

  • Biotechnology

Biotechnology companies can experience a significant, sometimes even exponential, increase in value virtually overnight with a new, successful active ingredient. BioNTech is a prime example of this. But not every research effort leads to success, and CureVac shareholders can tell you a thing or two about that. Canada's Defence Therapeutics and Valneva have innovative research pipelines. Where should investors consider investing now?

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12. October 2021 | 11:55 CET | by Stefan Feulner

NIO, Defense Metals, Plug Power - It is getting critical

  • RareEarths

Today we are faced with ever-tighter climate targets on the one hand and the availability of critical minerals for a safe and fast energy transition on the other. The disparity between scarce supply and steadily increasing demand is widening. There has been a threat of extreme scarcity and a crashing failure of the widely announced climate change for many years. The few producers of strategic materials are likely to have a bright future.

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12. October 2021 | 11:32 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Alibaba, TalkPool AG, Deutsche Telekom - Here are reasons to buy!

  • Technology

Alibaba's share price has been firmly in the grip of the bears lately. With a loss of more than 60%, the share is one of the hardest-to-fall tech giants since the end of 2020. However, one of the world's fans is not fazed by the share price decline: Charlie Munger. Together with Warren Buffett, the 97-year-old still runs Berkshire Hathaway - one of the most successful investment companies of all time. Munger has already stealthily made another grab at Alibaba while others were saying goodbye. He is not alone on Wall Street in this, even if analysts are still holding back anxiously. We take a look at a few interesting IT players.

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12. October 2021 | 10:45 CET | by Stefan Feulner

LVMH, Diamcor, Porsche - Demand skyrockets

  • Diamonds

"I have never hated a man so much that I would have given him back his diamonds," Zsa Zsa Gabor is said to have once remarked. Yet the movie star was married no fewer than eight times. The demand for precious stones is increasing, not only because of more marriages but also because of the fear of inflation and currency devaluation. The diamond industry is experiencing increasing demand, especially from the Arab world, the newly strengthened Chinese middle class and India.

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11. October 2021 | 13:11 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Aspermont, flatexDEGIRO, TeamViewer - Buy recommendations from analysts

  • Digitization

Growth and expectations play a crucial role in share price development. But often, it is the discrepancy between expectations and forecasts on the one hand and the facts on the other that move prices. If expectations are missed, and this happens more often or to a serious extent, it can lead to prolonged share price weakness. On the other hand, overly high expectations of the investment community or a failure to recognize growth prospects can lead to good investment opportunities. Analysts recommend buying the following stocks.

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11. October 2021 | 12:18 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Standard Lithium, Meta Materials, Varta - The race is still open!

  • Technology

Faster than expected, the shift toward electric drive is taking place among motorists. Political pressure and public opinion drive some car buyers to the alternative powertrain counter despite many technical hurdles. That is creating an increased demand for many critical raw materials, which is currently challenging to meet. As a result, prices for metals and battery materials have been going through the roof for several months now, and a veritable commodity inflation is spreading. We look at interesting investment opportunities.

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11. October 2021 | 12:02 CET | by Nico Popp

Adler Group, Barsele Minerals, Deutsche Telekom: Everything is at stake

  • Gold

The real estate market in China is shaky. A European real estate company has been the subject of speculation recently. Hedge funds have accused the Luxembourg Company Adler Group of irregularities. Is this the beginning of a bear market? Is the next crisis looming? Or will everything turn out all right in the end? We take a look at three exciting stocks of the moment.

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11. October 2021 | 11:30 CET | by Armin Schulz

Allianz, wallstreet:online, Commerzbank - Quo vadis stock markets?

  • Investments

The markets are highly nervous at the moment. First, the Corona numbers went up again, then the Chinese real estate giant Evergrande was on the verge of collapse, and the supply chains are still not back in step. The result was falling indexes. That automatically leads to more fear, as the Fear and Greed Index also showed. Last week, the market calmed down slightly, and the fear index dropped from 27 to 34 points. In Germany, there is also the fact that more people have dabbled in equity investments due to a lack of interest rates. According to the Global Wealth Report, the purchase of securities grew by 65%. Many of the newly added shareholders know only rising stock markets. Consolidation would not hurt the market. On the other hand, there is hardly any alternative to investing money at the moment. It remains exciting.

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11. October 2021 | 10:26 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Deutsche Post, Memiontec, Bayer - Here is where the action is

  • Investments

After heavy losses in recent weeks - the DAX losing more than 1,200 points at its peak and briefly slipping below the 15,000-point mark - the mood is brightening again. The German benchmark index, now made up of 40 members, is back on track for a year-end rally despite concerns about stagflation. The 16,000 peak beckons once again. Individual stocks are likely to outperform in the final weeks of the stock market year based on the recently reported fundamental data.

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08. October 2021 | 13:04 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Central African Gold, Varta, Standard Lithium - Get in or get out?

  • Electromobility

Electromobility is on the rise. Growth is gaining momentum, spurred on by massive political support. Increasing quantities of various raw materials and critical metals are needed for renewable energy plants, storage facilities and grids. Copper, zinc, nickel, cobalt and lithium are gaining enormous importance. China often dominates the global supply. The following companies are connected to the megatrend of electromobility in very different ways. What unites them is the opportunity for growth. Who is ahead of the game?

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08. October 2021 | 12:19 CET | by Armin Schulz

Nel ASA, dynaCERT, Plug Power - Hydrogen is part of the energy turnaround

  • Hydrogen

If the upcoming German government wants to achieve the energy transition and banish all fossil fuels such as coal, oil and gas, part of the solution lies with hydrogen. On particularly sunny or windy days, some of the green electricity generated is simply lost. To avoid overloading the power lines, some of the electricity is given away abroad. Using this energy to produce green hydrogen would make the energy produced both storable and portable. If the price per kg of hydrogen could be reduced significantly, the greatest potential for this technology would automatically arise.

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08. October 2021 | 11:28 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Nordex, Desert Gold, TUI - The wind is changing

  • Gold

The DAX is back on top after a brief but painful correction and the slide below the psychologically important 15,000 mark. Was that it, and is the German stock market barometer preparing for a year-end rally and a renewed jump above the 16,000 mark, or will further price losses follow? A long consolidation phase could also be over for certain individual stocks, just like in the precious metals markets.

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08. October 2021 | 10:25 CET | by André Will-Laudien

BioNTech, Defence Therapeutics, Valneva, Formycon - Close to the bio-revolution!

  • Biotechnology

Portugal is one of the countries with the highest vaccination rate, with 86% of the population already vaccinated. Approximately 98% of those eligible for vaccination - including everyone over the age of 12 - have been vaccinated. Germany, with about 64%, is one of the more vaccine-weary nations. What is the secret of the Portuguese? The government relied on an opinion maker from within its ranks, Admiral Gouveia e Melo. An expert in complicated logistical tasks in the military, he was appointed in February as the top leader of the national vaccination campaign. He is never seen without his military combat uniform in numerous public television appearances - and when asked how other countries can move their own vaccination effort forward, the admiral did not hesitate to offer his best advice: "You have to find people who are not politicians." Where are the current opportunities in the vaccination sector?

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07. October 2021 | 14:03 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Alibaba, Aspermont, Facebook - Cyberattacks or data leaks?

  • Digitization

The stock markets are shaking, and the flood of data is increasing daily. As a result, the traffic on all social media channels is also increasing. Some of them get performance problems or have to shut down because of server problems. There have now been several outages lasting several hours in quick succession in the Facebook empire, costing investors over USD 50 billion in market value in Facebook shares. Information is the name of the game on the stock market today, and social platforms like Reddit have a big stake in the market. When something does not work, investors often react in panic and stock markets swing wildly. We take a look at some of the protagonists.

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07. October 2021 | 13:38 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Deutsche Telekom, Troilus Gold, Barrick Gold - Time for the safe haven

  • Gold

The world's stock markets are reeling. With inflation on the rise and investors fearing a turnaround in interest rates, the crash prophets are again coming out of their holes. Kiyosaki, Mr.DAX and Co. see themselves confirmed by an impending real-estate bankruptcy rolling towards us from China, triggered by the real estate Company Evergrande. Indeed, stock market barometers are in correction mode, at least in the short term, with the DAX tearing through the psychologically important 15,000-point mark. Meanwhile, another market is in the starting blocks to make a comeback.

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07. October 2021 | 12:54 CET | by Fabian Lorenz

Tembo Gold, Gazprom, Standard Lithium - Annual high or downward trend?

  • Gold

Developments in commodities could hardly be more different at the moment. While gas, oil and also lithium are in strong demand, precious metals are a tragedy. The development of the shares of the companies active in the respective sectors is corresponding. The Gazprom share is at a multi-year high, and energy prices will be a topic at the next EU summit. After the all-time high at the end of September, Standard Lithium is in a sharp correction. Debt-free Tembo Gold is currently interesting for anti-cyclical investors and has published positive news.

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07. October 2021 | 12:00 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Palantir, wallstreet:online, Commerzbank - Significant steps

  • Investments

Stock market trading experienced a real boom last year as a result of the Corona lockdowns. New shareholders, primarily from Generation Z, took a liking to trading in companies. Online brokers' revenue and profit numbers shot through the roof. During the second quarter of 2021, growth now stagnated. The wheat is separating from the chaff. Companies with unique selling points, such as wallstreet:online AG, will continue to grow. Many others will disappear from the playing field.

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07. October 2021 | 11:15 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

JinkoSolar, Meta Materials, Encavis - Here comes the sun!

  • Technology

Climate is the dominant topic of our time. Not only has the population understood this and given the Greens a record result in the last federal election, but many companies from traditional sectors such as the automotive industry or heavy industry have now accepted that only green, sustainable technology promises lasting growth. Climate-neutral energy sources are the central element. Associated with this are energy storage challenges and increasing efficiency, which is currently still far from completely replacing fossil fuels. These three stocks will benefit from the upheavals.

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07. October 2021 | 10:33 CET | by Nico Popp

Varta, Enapter, NEL: Where hydrogen pays off directly

  • Hydrogen

It is turnaround time! Never before in history will so much be changing as in the next five years. The energy turnaround is switching our supply to renewable energy sources and new storage options, and the mobility turnaround will ensure that electric motors will soon dominate the roads. Although it is clear where the journey is headed, shares based on the new technology offer highly diverse opportunities. We take a look at three stocks.

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06. October 2021 | 13:25 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Siemens Energy, Memiontec, Bayer - GreenTech is making the rounds!

  • GreenTech

For many people, water is as valuable as gold. Most of the water on our planet, more than 97%, is saltwater. And humans and animals cannot drink that because salt extracts water from the body, you would inevitably dehydrate. Freshwater is distributed unevenly on earth because it is predominantly found in forests and high mountains, and corresponding rainfall is the order of the day. The little freshwater there would be enough for all people - if it were evenly distributed on earth. Developing countries often lack the money to build sewage treatment plants to purify dirty or bacteria-contaminated water. Worldwide, about 4,000 children die every day because they drink contaminated water and become very sick. A reason to act as soon as possible!

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06. October 2021 | 12:56 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BYD, Saturn Oil + Gas, Royal Dutch Shell - Explosion on the oil market

  • Oil

The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries OPEC and its alliance partners led by Russia (OPEC+) have decided to increase production only gradually, despite tight supply. Demand is recovering strongly as the Delta variant of the coronavirus subsides. The result is skyrocketing oil prices, which are the highest they have been in seven years. In contrast, oil producer shares are still far from their highs.

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06. October 2021 | 12:32 CET | by Armin Schulz

Valneva, Cardiol Therapeutics, BioNTech - New vaccines needed against Corona

  • Biotechnology

Johnson & Johnson's new study shows the booster vaccine improves protection against severe Corona disease by 75%. According to the New York Times, the Company plans to seek approval for the booster vaccine. While the FDA has already approved BioNTech's booster vaccine for those over 65, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson have yet to receive approvals. Those are on the agency's Oct. 14 and 15 meeting schedule. BioNTech CEO Ugur Sahin stressed to the Financial Times that there must always be new formulations to stop new virus variants.

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06. October 2021 | 11:57 CET | by Nico Popp

China Evergrande, Triumph Gold, Gazprom: Investing in uncertain times

  • Gold

In September, inflation in Germany climbed by 4.1% for the year. Compared with the previous month, prices remained constant. Despite this, more and more people are sounding the alarm bells. Whether in construction, the skilled trades or the auto industry, scarce goods are additionally fueling prices, and now there is also the energy shortage in China - the workbench of the world. Here is how investors can invest in uncertain times and which stocks they are better off avoiding.

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06. October 2021 | 11:13 CET | by Nico Popp

JinkoSolar, Silver Viper, Volkswagen: The time is ripe

  • Silver

Observers call silver the precious metal of the energy transition. Why? Silver is in solar plants, sensors for wind turbines, electric cars and infrastructure for 5G. The latter mobile communications standard is needed to make many devices smart and is thus also a mosaic of the energy transition. We present three stocks that are directly or indirectly related to silver.

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06. October 2021 | 10:26 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Steinhoff, MAS Gold, Infineon - The sleeping giant

  • Gold

Rising inflation, historically high government debt, and central banks continue to open the money floodgates and keep interest rates at zero. One would think gold should be more in demand than ever due to the general data. But the precious metal has remained in a deep sleep since its highs of last year. The situation resembles that of about 5 years ago. Back then, the gold sentiment was poor, and interest in gold mining stocks was low until the precious yellow metal put in a performance of just under 30% in the subsequent 6 months. Incidentally, the gold mining index XAU exploded by around 180% in the same period.

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05. October 2021 | 13:05 CET | by Nico Popp

Alphabet, Water Ways Technologies, TOMRA Systems: Return on investment with clean water and sustainability

  • Sustainability

Clean water is a human right for a reason. When precious water is polluted, diseases spread. Children and the elderly in particular suffer from water pollution. Geo-strategists are even expecting armed conflicts over water. For example, when huge rivers, which are often the lifelines of entire continents, become polluted and countries downstream suffer. We present three stocks that have something to do with water.

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05. October 2021 | 12:20 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Covestro, Royal Helium, Nikola - Where will this lead?

  • Helium

The situation is more than critical. Whether wood, steel or plastics, many raw materials are becoming increasingly scarce. The delays and interruptions in supply chains are jeopardizing smooth operations in business, industry and trade. Every sector is currently feeling the effects, from large corporations to small craft enterprises. Despite full order books, many companies are announcing short-time work. This situation is likely to worsen in the coming months.

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05. October 2021 | 11:40 CET | by Fabian Lorenz

BioNTech, Varta, Sierra Grande Minerals - Is the countermovement coming?

  • Commodities

The BioNTech share was under intense pressure in the past trading week. But even at the start of the week, the bulls could not prevail with a countermovement. There is also good news from the new German biotech star. Ripe for a rebound are also the shares of Varta and Sierra Grande. At Varta, the presentation of Apple's new Airpods could herald a share price recovery. Sierra Grande is suffering from weak precious metal prices. The Company has just published positive drilling results. Investors could soon look forward to rising prices for all three shares.

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05. October 2021 | 10:25 CET | by Nico Popp

SAP, Kleos Space, Facebook: Invest in data treasures

  • Technology

Data is the raw material of the 21st century. Whether it is real estate usage data, people's habits, or even their sleep - if you can analyze data on a large scale, you can tailor products and services precisely to your customers. That makes for greater business success. So it is no wonder that companies that collect data are willing to pay for it. We present three stocks that are well-positioned around data and the digital future.

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04. October 2021 | 12:36 CET | by Armin Schulz

BP, Almonty Industries, Standard Lithium - Which commodities offer the most potential?

  • Tungsten

Last Tuesday, the barrel of oil reached the USD 80 mark again for the first time since 2018, even though OPEC had recently increased production volumes. The discrepancy between supply and demand obviously could not be closed by the production increase. Comparing tungsten with gold, an investment in tungsten could beat gold by 70% since 2010. In the case of lithium, the price is also rising significantly. The automotive industry has decided to push ahead with its conversion to e-mobility in the interests of sustainability. So, the ambitious goal of charging only USD 100 per KWh of capacity in an e-car battery will not happen, making the price of e-cars much cheaper. Today, we take a look at three companies that produce these raw materials and analyze the potential.

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04. October 2021 | 11:29 CET | by Stefan Feulner

MicroStrategy, BIGG Digital Assets, Coinbase - Big News

  • crypto

Bitcoin is alive! September was a month of oblivion for crypto disciples; however, last week saw a solid upward momentum. The lead cryptocurrency gained nearly 20% despite more negative voices from the Chinese regulatory camp, and the altcoins followed suit. Technical analysts who subscribe to the Elliott Wave theory now see the start of a third wave underway, which should take prices to new highs.

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04. October 2021 | 10:06 CET | by Nico Popp

NEL, GSP Resource, China Evergrande: How to find the doublers

  • Copper

Speculative investments are the salt in the soup on the stock market. Of course, those who rely on ETFs and funds over the long term via a savings plan can already do a lot better than the vast majority of savers. However, those who develop a good knack for speculative individual stocks can give their portfolio a growth kick. Even if many newcomers to the stock market can hardly believe it: 100% and more is possible. Using three stocks as examples, we explain what is important and what is not a good prerequisite for investment.

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01. October 2021 | 13:19 CET | by André Will-Laudien

China Evergrande, Troilus Gold, Daimler, BP - With quality against the crash!

  • Gold

In strongly fluctuating markets, good advice is expensive. China Evergrande has divested itself of a bank stake in order to refinance its obligations. Some will say this is already getting down to the wire. China's real estate markets appear to be in serious trouble. We hear little about the default payments to foreign investors, and domestic investors have probably received their interest late. Everything is in the balance here. Meanwhile, the Bund future falls below the critical 170 mark, which means that the European bond markets also suffer from a slight withdrawal of confidence. We look at some standard stocks with high content.

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01. October 2021 | 12:45 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Royal Helium, Gazprom, NEL - Now it is worth taking another look!

  • Helium

Helium is a sought-after noble gas essential for numerous applications due to its outstanding chemical and physical properties. It is used, for example, as a non-conductive, non-reactive coolant in medical laboratory equipment or in space rockets. It is also in demand in the electronics and nuclear industries. On Earth, helium occurs only in very low concentrations in the atmosphere due to its high volatility, although it is the second most abundant element in the universe after hydrogen. Helium is often a byproduct of oil and gas production. How can investors profit?

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01. October 2021 | 12:05 CET | by Armin Schulz

JinkoSolar, Memiontec, Encavis - How to profit from the Federal election

  • Investments

Since the Federal election on September 26, it seems clear that the Greens will be in the government. Whether a traffic light or Jamaican coalition, without the Greens, only the GroKo remains, and that is as good as impossible with the CDU as a junior partner. Annalena Baerbock has already made it clear that her party wants to push through demands regarding sustainability. Germany will therefore have to increase its efforts once again. Renewable energies will continue to be promoted, while CO2 emissions will be penalized. This approach can be observed almost everywhere in the world. Reason enough to take a closer look at three companies that are committed to sustainability.

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01. October 2021 | 11:33 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Volkswagen, Royal Dutch Shell, Enapter, Nordex - Green investment opportunities

  • Hydrogen

The climate targets formulated are ambitious. According to the Paris Climate Agreement, Germany has committed itself to work with the international community to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees. According to current research, this would only be possible if the Federal Republic became climate-neutral by 2035. Unfortunately, the reality is sobering. For example, in the first 3 quarters of 2021, the share of renewable energies in electricity consumption fell to just 43%. Policymakers must act and rely on the pioneering spirit of young companies.

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01. October 2021 | 10:35 CET | by Nico Popp

ProSiebenSat.1, wallstreet:online, FlatexDEGIRO: Investing in the power of the media

  • Investments

When Sebastien Thill of Moldovan Champions League participant Sheriff Tiraspol scored the 2-1 winning goal against Real Madrid at the time-honored Bernabeu Stadium a few days ago, the euphoria knew no bounds. When Thill glanced at his smartphone in the hours after the final whistle, the Luxembourger must have been amazed once again: He had received hundreds of messages via social media. The example of the footballer, who was largely unknown until a few days ago, vividly illustrates the power of the media. Just a few seconds in the spotlight are enough to draw millions of people's attention to a topic. The three companies we are presenting today show that money can also be made from this phenomenon.

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30. September 2021 | 22:51 CET | by Nico Popp

BIGG Digital Assets: When a growth machine goes mainstream

  • crypto

When new technology catches on, regulation tends to lag behind. In the financial sector, the relevant authorities must approve new products or processes. Otherwise, investors quickly find themselves operating in a gray area. Blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies have been experiencing increasing regulation for several years. Nerds and activists of the first hour fear the independence of the currencies, and investors see the chance for new investment opportunities. In some cases, crypto is already considered a new asset class today. Canadian blockchain company BIGG Digital Assets received welcome news from Canadian regulators today. Netcoins, BIGG's wholly-owned subsidiary, became a regulated crypto exchange in Canada today. This makes BIGG Digital Assets the only listed Company in Canada to offer access to a regulated trading venue for digital currencies based on blockchain technology. So what does this mean for the stock?

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30. September 2021 | 14:07 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BYD, Barsele Minerals, GEA Group - The clock is ticking!

  • Gold

Rising inflation, the fear of rising interest rates and further exploding commodity prices. In addition, a looming crisis, triggered by the real estate group China Evergrande. The shadows over the partly excessively overvalued stock markets are getting bigger and bigger. Historically, a flight into crisis metals would be the logical consequence. But also, the precious metals are in the correction mode - still! In the long run, investors should think about building up positions in mining stocks.

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30. September 2021 | 13:54 CET | by Fabian Lorenz

Good News from Evergrande, Plug Power and Triumph Gold

  • Gold

Volatility has increased sharply on the stock markets in recent days. The overall mood is negative. Technology stocks, in particular, are suffering from rising interest rates. In China, energy shortages due to a lack of coal are slowing economic growth, and worries surrounding Evergrande's insolvency continue. The insolvent real estate group has sent a sign of life and gives investors hope. Investors also have renewed hope in hydrogen stocks like Plug Power. For the purchase of gold shares, one needs courage at present. However, this could soon be rewarded in the case of Triumph Gold, for example.

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30. September 2021 | 13:29 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

EuroSports Global, Daimler, JinkoSolar - Eyes open!

  • Electromobility

Germany has voted. The new federal government is likely to attach great importance to the topics of renewable energies and electromobility. The mentioned areas have also gained weight internationally. With these three shares, investors can profit from the two megatrends. Who is the favorite?

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30. September 2021 | 12:46 CET | by André Will-Laudien

TeamViewer, Silver Viper, Nordex: Please board - the train is departing!

  • Silver

Uncertainty and high volatility! After months of upswing on the capital markets, an uneasy feeling is setting in among investors due to some imponderables in China. The coefficient of fluctuation, expressed by the VDAX and VIX, skyrocketed from values around 17 to 25 early this week. It does not mean much for ordinary investors, but the cost of hedging increases for institutional investors, and those who want to lower the risk a bit have to adjust the investment ratio accordingly. All this is still happening in a relatively stable environment because those who want to get out can still sell at good prices. Where should one look closely now?

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30. September 2021 | 12:20 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BioNTech, Sativa Wellness Group, Aurora Cannabis - For the good of humanity

  • Biotechnology

One thing has been brought home to humanity since the outbreak of the Corona Pandemic and the rapid development of vaccines - Science and research are essential in identifying health risks and helping people live long and healthy lives. Young companies, in particular, are discovering alternative treatments through their research and using natural products that have centuries of tradition - with great potential.

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30. September 2021 | 11:36 CET | by Nico Popp

Infineon, AdTiger, Alibaba: China as a huge comeback opportunity

  • Digitization

Digital business models have enormous advantages. One of the most important trump cards is scaling. Once a digital product is established on the market, more and more customers can acquire it without much effort. While classic industrial products depend on new factories, digital players simply buy in computing or storage capacity and serve the new demand at lightning speed. We have selected three exciting stocks related to digitalization.

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30. September 2021 | 10:32 CET | by Nico Popp

Nordex, TalkPool, Varta: Where things could soon be looking up again

  • Technology

Technology is changing our lives. Anyone who builds a house today thinks along the lines of sensors and networked control units. Thermostats can be used to create a pleasant indoor climate and save energy at the same time. Even windows can be equipped with sensors. Not to mention the endless possibilities for home security. The private sector is thus experiencing what has already begun in industry under the buzzword Industry 4.0. Since this trend is far from over, it is worth taking a closer look at companies around digital and sustainable technologies.

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29. September 2021 | 13:50 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Allianz, MAS Gold, Alibaba, Tencent - Better get the sheep in the dry!

  • Gold

The gold price fluctuates with every political news as rarely before. After a good end to 2020 and a conciliatory May, it has been going down again since summer. After USD 2,074 last year, we are already USD 340 lower today, although the political and economic stability has deteriorated. The reason for this is that since the beginning of the pandemic, public budgets have undergone a veritable debt explosion. Inflation is now palpable, and this would be the breeding ground for a value-preserving precious metal investment. Are there other safe havens besides gold?

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29. September 2021 | 13:08 CET | by Armin Schulz

Deutsche Bank, Aspermont, Square - FinTech approaches promise a lot of potential

  • Fintech

For several years now, the FinTech sector has been gaining more and more attention. Digital bank Revolut entered its funding round with a valuation of USD 33 billion. If you compare this value with the market capitalizations of German banks, the valuations are far below FinTech bank, with EUR 23 billion for Deutsche Bank and EUR 6.9 billion for Commerzbank. So big profits can beckon for emerging FinTech companies. These companies no longer have as many staff as traditional banks, and even advisory services are taken over by electronic helpers these days. There is additional pressure on traditional banks due to the zero interest rate policy. So today, we look at three companies looking to expand their businesses in this direction.

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29. September 2021 | 12:04 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

AZTEC MINERALS - Fantastic drill results

  • Gold

In the medium term, nothing should stand in the way of rising precious metal prices. Gold and silver demand as jewelry, from the industry, and as crisis currency or inflation protection, form the basis for a perspectively higher price level. After an excellent performance last year, the prices of gold and silver are currently consolidating. For investors with an anticyclical approach, this opens up good investment opportunities. Exploration companies with high-quality projects, such as Aztec Minerals, historically benefit disproportionately from rising precious metal prices.

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29. September 2021 | 11:13 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Nel ASA, Water Ways Technologies, Veolia - Frightening development

  • agritech

Water is our most precious resource. Energy, food, transportation and nature all depend on a supply of clean, flowing water that is dwindling at an alarming rate. By 2050, demand will increase by 55%, according to an OECD study. According to the World Economic Forum, global water supply is one of the top 10 societal risks of our time. To avert disaster, companies are stepping up to revolutionize food production with new technologies such as smart irrigation, robotics, drones and the Internet of Things.

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29. September 2021 | 10:18 CET | by Nico Popp

Rheinmetall, Almonty Industries, Siemens Healthineers: Here the signs point to growth

  • Tungsten

In 2019, the world's nations spent a whopping USD 1917 billion on armaments. That is more than they have spent since 1988, stresses the Stockholm-based International Peace Research Institute. Germany increased its spending more than any other country in the process. The incidents in Afghanistan have shown that it is of great importance to be able to act if one wants to play a role on the international stage. The pandemic shows that health can also take on a global dimension. Here, too, experts expect rising expenditures. Reason enough to take a closer look at well-known representatives of both sectors.

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28. September 2021 | 14:06 CET | by André Will-Laudien

BYD, Fisker, Kodiak Copper, Varta: Nothing works without Copper!

  • Copper

Electromobility is becoming increasingly crucial for the energy transition in transportation. And with it the research, development and production of drives, batteries and components. In addition to electricity storage, however, vehicle cabling and the assembly of e-components are also coming to the fore. Today, an electric vehicle requires three to four times the amount of copper as it did 20 years ago, plus the demand in industrial manufacturing processes. The earth's deposits are exhaustible, and copper, in particular, is pretty much on the edge. A spot price of just under USD 10,000 per kilo clearly shows how the markets are processing this situation. Rising prices!

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28. September 2021 | 13:31 CET | by Fabian Lorenz

Nel, JinkoSolar, Saturn Oil + Gas: It looks good!

  • Oil

Shares from the solar, hydrogen and oil sectors are in demand again. And the chances are good that it will continue. The federal elections are creating a good mood for solar and hydrogen; whether it is a traffic light or Jamaica, the new government will be greener. So good news for Nel and JinkoSolar. Both have also reported positive news. But oil stocks could also be in for a hot fall. That is because little work is being done on new projects, and demand will remain high for decades to come. So oil could become scarce despite the trend toward clean energy, according to one expert. Saturn Oil & Gas should benefit from this. The Canadians just bought huge oil reserves at a bargain price.

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28. September 2021 | 12:56 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Standard Lithium, Defense Metals, Orocobre, Millennial Lithium: Separating the wheat from the chaff!

  • RareEarths

Lithium has become one of the most important metals in electromobility. Where all this lithium will come from is critical, as the logic behind electromobility is to generate more sustainable technologies. For more climate protection, mining companies must also fit into a sustainable concept. Lithium extraction should therefore follow high environmental standards and take place in an appropriate economic and social context. But beware: the overall market has recently stopped following every battle cry. Separating the wheat from the chaff is becoming a portfolio challenge!

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28. September 2021 | 12:04 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Nordex, GSP Resource, NIO - These are the election winners

  • Copper

Germany has voted, and the decision was very close. According to the leading candidates Scholz and Laschet, the government should be in place by Christmas at the latest. Whether it is a traffic light or Jamaica, the Greens will almost certainly be part of the coalition. As a result, this means that the energy transition and climate protection topic will be more in the focus of politics than ever before. The expansion of infrastructure topics such as energy, construction and transport promises growing sources of income and full order books for the companies concerned.

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28. September 2021 | 11:19 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Cardiol Therapeutics, BioNTech, Valneva - Volatility offers good opportunities!

  • Biotechnology

The share prices of the Corona vaccine manufacturers are not growing sky-high after all. Most recently, developments at France's Valneva caused uncertainty. The French Company wanted to bring a Corona vaccine to market by the end of 2021 and had already received an order from the British government for 100 million units. This contract has now been canceled. Where does the industry go from here?

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28. September 2021 | 10:37 CET | by Nico Popp

Intel, BrainChip, AMD: A chip like the human brain

  • Technology

Chips are in short supply. When assembly lines in Wolfsburg, Munich or Sindelfingen come to a standstill because of a shortage of inexpensive semiconductors, it is frustrating for the German automotive industry. But powerful chips and processors with entirely new architecture are also urgently needed for future technology. Machine learning and artificial intelligence are also placing new demands on chipmakers. We profile three titles.

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27. September 2021 | 13:24 CET | by Armin Schulz

Valneva, Defence Therapeutics, CureVac - Second-tier vaccine makers offer high potential

  • Biotechnology

The battle against the Coronavirus is still ongoing, although more and more people have been vaccinated with vector or mRNA vaccines. In Europe, an average of 60% of all people have received the vaccination. Herd immunity has not yet been achieved, in part because of vaccine skeptics who do not yet trust novel vaccines. New vaccines based on dead viruses promise to remedy the situation. This method has already been tried and tested in influenza vaccinations, for example. According to a study in Switzerland, about 70% of the unvaccinated would still be vaccinated if the method had already been tested. Herd immunity could thus be achieved, and everyday life could return to normal. So, which vaccine manufacturer that does not currently have an approved product could shake up the market?

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27. September 2021 | 12:52 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Central African Gold, TUI, Lufthansa - Attention, these were the lows!

  • Gold

The upward movement at the stock exchanges is very advanced because, in the last years, the higher valuation of the shares (and real estate) was funded by cheap money from the central banks. Now, however, inflation shows up in the statistics, for Europe officially a plus of 3,8%. This inflation rate, by its measuring method, corresponds little to reality. It is generally known, the actual price markup in the relevant goods might already lie beyond the 5% mark. One thinks here only of the exploding gasoline prices, the bread roll at the baker or the restaurant attendance after the reopening. Precious metals could be a tried and tested means of achieving real purchasing power protection. Let us do the math.

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27. September 2021 | 12:20 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Diamcor Mining, TUI, Xiaomi - Consumer stocks are among the winners!

  • Diamonds

To consume or to save? Everyone is faced with this fundamental decision. The individual rate depends on the level of income and the prospects regarding the labor market and economic growth. In the course of the Corona pandemic, private consumption declined significantly. With economic recovery and the removal of lock-downs, personal consumption is picking up again considerably. The companies mentioned above are benefiting from this.

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27. September 2021 | 11:23 CET | by Stefan Feulner

JinkoSolar, dynaCERT, Alstom, Nel ASA - Hydrogen as the key

  • Hydrogen

For the first time right before a federal election, Fridays for Future demonstrated nationwide for more climate protection. According to Greta Thunberg, who made her appearance in Berlin, Germany is the fourth-largest carbon dioxide emitter in history, and that with a population of only 80 million people. Politicians must act and accelerate the switch from gasoline and diesel to environmentally friendly drives. In addition to electromobility, there is no way around hydrogen and fuel cell technology in the future, especially for heavy vehicles.

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27. September 2021 | 10:46 CET | by Nico Popp

BioNTech, Meta Materials, Bayer: Rich with innovations

  • Technology

A new car manufacturer or a new networked fitness device can trigger hype on the stock market. But the opportunities are even greater when companies bring genuine innovations to market. These include new active ingredients, pharmacological processes or pioneering achievements by engineers. We present innovators of yesterday, today and tomorrow and shed light on their growth prospects.

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24. September 2021 | 14:10 CET | by Fabian Lorenz

BioNTech, Valneva, Defence Therapeutics: New highs for vaccine stocks?

  • Biotechnology

Investors in COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers have had little reason to rejoice in recent weeks. Top dogs Moderna and BioNTech have come back noticeably from their highs. Valneva's stock plummeted on Monday. Only newcomer Defence Therapeutics has held its ground at a high level. But for all of them, the calm could soon be over, and a new high could begin. Because people in other parts of the world are still not vaccinated. In addition, winter is just around the corner in Western countries, which means that Corona rates are rising. In addition, a new study shows the risk of long-COVID - such as memory and concentration deficits - even in children. With this mix, vaccine stocks face an exciting fall.

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24. September 2021 | 13:34 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Tencent, Memiontec, Gazprom - Buy when the cannons are firing!

  • Investments

The last few trading days have been dominated by the scandal surrounding China Evergrande. To take pressure off the markets, the management and China's central bank have reacted accordingly and presented measures. The highly indebted real estate company has probably reached an agreement with domestic creditors regarding the outstanding interest payments. No mention was made of offshore liabilities. The People's Bank of China has reportedly injected 90 to 110 billion yuan, the equivalent of just under 14 billion euros, into the banking system in an attempt to calm investors' nerves. Nightingale, "we" hear you galumph!

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24. September 2021 | 13:13 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Deutsche Telekom, TalkPool, Nordex - Shares for a better future

  • Technology

At last, one might say, the brutal election campaign concerning the Bundestag elections taking place on Sunday is coming to an end, and Mutti is stepping down after 16 years in office. The successor is still open, but regardless of whether it is red-red-green, Jamaica or traffic light, the new government's focus is likely on climate protection. In addition to politicians, companies are called upon to contribute to the transformation to a climate-neutral world through new technologies.

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24. September 2021 | 12:09 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Troilus Gold, Rio Tinto, BHP - Exploit uncertainty!

  • Gold

The falling demand for iron ore by the world's largest consumer, China, has put enormous pressure on the prices for iron ore and led to the downward slide in the share prices of major players such as Rio Tinto and BHP. In the medium term, prices will have to rise again due to high demand. Likewise, precious metals should rise in times of high inflation, including copper, which is in demand due to the growth of electromobility, among other things.

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24. September 2021 | 11:28 CET | by Armin Schulz

Alibaba, Kainantu Resources, MorphoSys - The turnaround beckons here

  • Gold

A stock that has fallen sharply can offer the chance to make significant gains relatively quickly. Kostolany once said, "What seems cheap can become much cheaper". In other words, one should be wary of reaching for the falling knife. The shares that you have on your watch list as turnaround candidates should be monitored as closely as possible in order to strike at the right moment. The first thing to do after a stock crash is to wait for it to bottom out. To do this, one observes the Company's earnings position. In addition, the Company's story should fit, and entry should be sought using chart technology. Then nothing stands in the way of more considerable price gains. Today, we look at three companies that could be on the verge of a turnaround.

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24. September 2021 | 10:26 CET | by Nico Popp

VERBIO BioEnergie, Sierra Grande Minerals, Barrick Gold: Where timing is almost irrelevant

  • Gold

The markets have been in a celebratory mood since the crash following the outbreak of the pandemic. Slowly, however, critical voices are multiplying. Events such as the imbalance of China Evergrande and also the rising inflation are worrying investors. And now, the US Federal Reserve is threatening to raise interest rates in the coming year. How should investors deal with this situation? We present three hot stocks and explain how they fit the market.

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23. September 2021 | 13:21 CET | by André Will-Laudien

BIGG Digital Assets, Bitcoin Group, Coinbase - Invest in the future with crypto!

  • crypto

The crypto world is developing rapidly and with volatility. In the last few weeks, Bitcoin released another wave upwards, and the benchmark coin was worth a whole USD 50,000 again. However, it did not reach its old high of USD 60,000 in the first swing. Then followed the abrupt crash below USD 40,000 within 24 hours. Time and again, disruptive fire comes from China; the regulators have their eye on the miners and tend to want to ban crypto trading. The reasoning: The trades are opaque, enable criminal payments and lead to unwanted shifts in people's wealth. We take a look at companies that are doing well with the crypto world so far.

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23. September 2021 | 12:51 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Kodiak Copper, Nordex, E.ON - It is not too late!

  • Copper

Certain framework conditions must be in place to successfully implement the energy transition and the roll-out of electromobility. First, sufficient electricity must be produced from renewable energies. Secondly, an efficient energy infrastructure must be established and thirdly, large quantities of relevant raw materials such as copper are required. The three companies below cover the central fields and should therefore be among the winners. Who is making the running?

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23. September 2021 | 12:29 CET | by Fabian Lorenz

BYD, Nel, Defense Metals: In which direction is it going?

  • RareEarths

After the significant setback on Monday, the stock markets are looking for a direction. Individual stocks have held up well in recent days. Among these is Nel. The hydrogen specialist was even able to gain on Monday. That was not the case with BYD, but the shares of the Chinese car manufacturer are holding up surprisingly well given the crisis surrounding the Evergrande real estate group and the regulatory fury of the Chinese government. In addition, there are positive reports from the Company. Defense Metals also has positive news to report. Initial drilling results exceed expectations. All three shares are benefiting from the trend towards alternative drives.

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23. September 2021 | 11:21 CET | by Nico Popp

China Evergrande, MAS Gold, Barrick Gold: How to find crisis insurance

  • Gold

The disaster surrounding the Chinese real estate developer China Evergrande is spreading far and wide - even the Deutsche Bank share took a beating at the start of the week. The concerns are obvious: if the Chinese real estate market has to put on the brakes, companies here in Germany could also suffer indirectly. No matter what happens with China Evergrande, the case shows that it pays for investors to hedge against black swans. We explain how this works.

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23. September 2021 | 10:37 CET | by Stefan Feulner

SFC Energy, Meta Materials, Lufthansa - Aiming high

  • Technology

"After the game is before the game". This soccer wisdom from coaching legend Sepp Herberger, who led Germany to its first World Cup title in 1954, can also be applied to business. The wheel continues to turn, with some companies already back to pre-Corona levels and others struggling with global supply chains. And the future around new technologies in terms of consumer electronics, aerospace or 5G communications promises breakthrough inventions.

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22. September 2021 | 14:05 CET | by André Will-Laudien

NEL, dynaCERT, Plug Power, FuelCell Energy - Hydrogen, the flagpole is broken!

  • Hydrogen

Today, what a hype, one would say. Those who held their nerve in January and let reality prevail are not the ones who are surprised at the outcome today. Hydrogen was the stuff of dreams for a few weeks, but the barrel foamed over properly. After rises of up to 2500%, almost all H2 stocks went into the cellar. And how dynamic it was! In just 6 months, hydrogen stocks have lost up to 85% again. One wonders: can there be a second wave? The framework parameters are suitable, as both the EU and Joe Biden have agreed on more hydrogen within the climate targets. The only important thing is the exact design of the subsidies because it will probably not be possible without government orders!

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22. September 2021 | 13:59 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Barsele Minerals, Mutares, SoftBank - Spoilt for choice

  • Gold

Sooner or later, value-creating transactions are reflected in the share price of a respective company. For companies like Mutares or SoftBank, buying and selling company shares is a core business. The share of the Canadian explorer Barsele Minerals offers a unique situation with the possibility to take over the promising Barsele gold project in northern Sweden completely. We reveal where a closer look is worthwhile.

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22. September 2021 | 13:33 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Steinhoff, Silver Viper, BYD - Buy when the guns are thundering!

  • Silver

Right now, it is not an easy time for silver fans. After Reddit traders joined forces at the beginning of the year and shot the precious metal not "to the moon", but at least to a high of USD 30.06 per ounce, a sharp correction started, which has led to around USD 22 as of today. Technically, there is still room to go down. Still, from a fundamental perspective, silver is a clear long-term buy because the white metal can support in crisis and is also crucial for producing renewable energy.

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22. September 2021 | 12:04 CET | by Nico Popp

Nordex, PuriflOH, JinkoSolar: Investing in a better world

  • Investments

To make the world a better place. That is the concern of all entrepreneurs - although one can no doubt argue about innovations in detail. There is no doubt about renewable energy and clean water. Every innovation in these areas pays off not only monetarily but in a variety of ways. We profile three stocks that are doing good.

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22. September 2021 | 11:19 CET | by Armin Schulz

GSP Resource, Varta, Rio Tinto - The post-fossil age has begun

  • Copper

The phase-out of fossil fuels is already underway. If we want to do something for the climate, this step is unavoidable. The phase-out is to be offset either by nuclear power or renewable energies. In Germany, we are saying goodbye to both nuclear power and fossil fuels. At the same time, the introduction of renewable energies means that more metals are now needed. Whether silver, rare earths, nickel, cobalt or copper - these metals are necessary for technological progress. Copper, in particular, is essential for electrification, and demand is rising steadily. That is due to the growing sales of electric cars, for which more copper is needed than for combustion engines. Today we look at three companies that have a lot to do with copper.

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22. September 2021 | 10:28 CET | by Nico Popp

BP, Saturn Oil + Gas, Gazprom: Where growth meets low valuations

  • Oil

The climate turnaround is coming, but it will not happen overnight. One raw material that will be needed for a long time to come is oil. OPEC recently increased its demand forecast for 2022 by 4.2 million barrels - every day. The oil companies, which are currently valued low on the stock market, will therefore continue to earn good money for a long time to come. But here, too, the companies with the edge are those that are flexible and have a sustainable focus. We present three stocks.

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21. September 2021 | 14:23 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Barrick Gold, Tembo Gold, Varta - Where is the crisis gold rally?

  • Gold

A lot is going on in the markets. Asia is stumbling; here, the real estate markets had recently euphorically soared, now there are serious concerns. China has been struggling with high vacancy rates in its industrial cities since the pandemic broke out. People have fled the city for fear of infection and returned to the countryside. The resulting de-leveraging puts downward pressure on prices and, ultimately, with interest rates rising slightly, causing significant skewing in a highly leveraged shadow banking world. The imbalance of China Evergrande shows these excesses in pure form. Yesterday, there were wild price falls. The problem: Evergrande has to make high-interest payments, which are due this week. Some investors think back to Lehman Brothers and press the sell button first. What will the Fed say tomorrow in the USA on this subject?

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21. September 2021 | 13:57 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Porsche, Diamcor Mining, Aston Martin - Can it be a little more?

  • Diamonds

With the stock market upswing between 2015 and 2021, a gigantic shift in wealth took place. 85% of the world's wealth is in the hands of the wealthiest 10%. According to official surveys, just under 57% of people worldwide own assets of less than USD 10,000 - the wealthiest 1% of the earth's population, on the other hand, holds 45% of the assets. In Germany, more than 2 million people live with assets of more than EUR 1 million - in 2010, this figure was still just over 600,000. A nice increase, but luxury is still not only to be found among the wealthy because the desire for extravagance is a widespread character trait and less a question of money.

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21. September 2021 | 13:21 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Newmont, Triumph Gold, Merck KGaA, Fresnillo - Proven crisis protection

  • Gold

Following a historic reform, the DAX leading index now includes 40 companies to present the German economy comprehensively. In addition to the Franco-German aircraft manufacturer Airbus, companies such as the cooking box supplier HelloFresh, Porsche, and the online fashion retailer Zalando will play in the Champions League. The start was bumpy, which was not due to the composition but rather to the looming crisis in China, triggered by the Chinese real estate group Evergrande. Investors are fleeing equities and investing in gold in turbulent times. Historically, this scenario has proven itself many times. But gold is currently also in correction mode! In the long term, hardly anything goes past the precious yellow metal.

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21. September 2021 | 12:22 CET | by Stefan Feulner

LPKF Laser, Almonty Industries, Wacker Chemie - Brilliant growth

  • Tungsten

During the last TV debate before the federal elections, the topic of climate protection was hotly debated. In her closing statement, the Green Party candidate said that "as Chancellor, she stands for real change, not doing things by halves when it comes to climate protection." Decarbonization must come about as quickly as possible. However, looking at the current stagnation in the expansion of the infrastructure for renewable energies on the one hand and the shortage of raw materials needed for this on the other, one should at least seriously question the ambitious goal.

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21. September 2021 | 11:29 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Aztec Minerals, ThyssenKrupp, TeamViewer - Buy prices?

  • Gold

The crisis at Chinese real estate group Evergrande has led to weaker stock prices around the globe. The gold price resisted this downward trend with slight gains. Now the fate of Evergrande is in the hands of the Chinese government and creditors. But every crisis also offers opportunities. Which stock do you want to bet on?

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21. September 2021 | 10:37 CET | by Nico Popp

China Evergrande, Desert Gold, Deutsche Bank: What investors need to watch out for now

  • Gold

When the real estate bubble burst in the US more than ten years ago, the crisis was already looming months ahead. Some hedge funds fell to their knees. In addition, there were other indications that only a few market experts heeded. Today, the situation is similar. Many market participants see the fate of the Chinese real estate group Evergrande as an isolated event - similar to the proverbial sack of rice. But the risk of at least a temporary shock is real. We list risks and outline a possible profiteer.

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20. September 2021 | 13:21 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Palantir, AdTiger, Deutsche Bank - The digital revolution is on!

  • Digitization

Digitization - for years, this term has been omnipresent in political debates and the subject of what feels like every third talk show. The individual protagonists never tire of emphasizing the countless benefits of digitization. The overriding goal is to further improve the quality of life for everyone and to make education accessible to all. Optimally implemented, this would unleash new economic and ecological potential. The German government is spending more than EUR 5 billion on this in 2021, and digitization has already been a fixed item in companies' spending budgets for years. We take a look at different business models.

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20. September 2021 | 13:09 CET | by Armin Schulz

Infineon, BrainChip, Nvidia - The chip shortage remains

  • Technology

The automotive industry was one of the first to feel the chip shortage. While supply chains typically operate on a just-in-time basis, they had ordered fewer chips due to the Corona Crisis. Then, when it was already too late, they realized that the economy was going unexpectedly well and the chips were running out. However, due to the pandemic, there were restrictions worldwide, so it was impossible to produce and deliver as usual. In addition, the Suez Canal was blocked, and, most recently, a port in China was also completely closed. The supply chains are still disrupted. At the same time, progress goes on and on. Artificial intelligence, cloud computing, autonomous driving, electrification and co. all require chips. Factories are running at full capacity, and yet demand cannot currently be met. Today we analyze three companies from the chip industry.

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20. September 2021 | 12:05 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Valneva, Cardiol Therapeutics, BioNTech - Recurring businesses

  • Biotechnology

The vaccination rate is stalling. Around 4 million out of 24 million people over the age of 60 are still unvaccinated. Politicians led by Health Minister Jens Spahn have now launched a vaccination campaign week to get more people immunized against the coronavirus. The proportion of vaccinated people in Germany is still too low to prevent a new Corona wave and a possible resulting overload of the healthcare system. Meanwhile, vaccine producers are already working on the approval of booster shots. Profits should continue to bubble up for a long time.

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20. September 2021 | 11:05 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

wallstreet:online, Commerzbank, MorphoSys - Things are looking up again!

  • Investments

The stock market environment remains positive. High inflation coupled with low interest rates makes stocks the right investment vehicle. If you are looking for stocks that are noticeably behind the course highs of the last 12 months, you should take a closer look at the following somewhat different companies. Who is ahead at the end of the year?

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20. September 2021 | 10:25 CET | by Nico Popp

Drägerwerk, Royal Helium, Bayer: These shares are stepping on the gas

  • Helium

Chemical products and gases are essential products for industry. These primary products are a good indicator of the current economic situation. Shortages are currently prevalent here as well. We explain why and outline three stocks related to this topic.

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17. September 2021 | 13:43 CET | by Nico Popp

NEL, dynaCERT, Volkswagen: Where hydrogen has not yet been written off

  • Hydrogen

Will hydrogen become a climate saver in homes? Or will it revolutionize the propulsion technology of ships and trucks? Even if hydrogen has lost some of its fantasy in recent months, the energy carrier is still on the agenda of many inventors and engineers. We introduce three companies that are - sometimes more and sometimes less - involved with hydrogen.

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17. September 2021 | 12:42 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Desert Gold, Barrick Gold, flatexDEGIRO - What is next after the correction?

  • Gold

Not always does an equation work out when investing in the short term. Patience and a longer-term investment horizon are not often emphasized for nothing. Investments in tangible assets such as stocks, commodities and real estate have been proven to protect against a loss of purchasing power. Precious metals are also suitable as crisis currencies over more extended periods. Setbacks offer opportunities! Who has the best cards?

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17. September 2021 | 12:16 CET | by Stefan Feulner

LVMH, Diamcor, BYD - Consumption without limit

  • Diamonds

The gap between rich and poor is widening in Germany. The Corona pandemic has further exacerbated the situation. More than 13 million people, around 16% of the population, were below the poverty line and had to live on EUR 781 or less. In contrast, the number of millionaires in the Federal Republic continued to rise from 1.47 million to the current figure of 1.54 million. Due to the sudden rise of the nouveau riche, consumption and the purchase of luxury goods are also rising. After all, expensive cars, watches and diamonds are essential for prestige, to be able to show one's "wealth".

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17. September 2021 | 11:59 CET | by Armin Schulz

First Majestic Silver, Silver Viper, Millennial Lithium - Rally Ahead?

  • Silver

A rally in silver was already predicted at the end of last year. The reason was the corona-related 5.9% drop in production. It is the most significant decline in over 10 years, and thus there was a shortfall in supply. In addition, there is strong physical demand, which you can see well on Reddit if you search for "Silverbugs". There, people proudly present their hoarded silver stocks. Since the panic selling at the beginning of August, the price has already risen by 11%. High inflation could give the silver price a further boost. For lithium, on the other hand, the rally is already in full swing. The lithium carbonate price has more than doubled since the beginning of the year. We analyze three companies from these sectors today.

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17. September 2021 | 11:23 CET | by André Will-Laudien

NEL, Royal Helium, Linde, BASF - This is where it gets highly explosive!

  • Helium

How will the energy transition play out in Europe? With hydrogen is one way. It is costly to produce if you look at the issue sustainably. The raw material itself is seen as an alternative building block of a green future and, according to experts, could become one of the most important energy sources in the coming decades. The water element is available in abundance, but what is lacking is a truly environmentally friendly way to convert it back into hydrogen and oxygen. Even under the best conditions, green hydrogen costs about 10 times as much to produce as Russian natural gas, which also burns fairly cleanly overall. What is next for this sector?

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17. September 2021 | 10:41 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Steinhoff, Tembo Gold, Nikola - Strong rebound potential

  • Gold

Which investor does not dream of investing in a stock anticyclically during strong price setbacks to earn disproportionately from the rebound? But the anticyclical investment strategy, in which one bets against the broad mass, is associated with considerable risks. Because of this, one should analyze the object of one's desire carefully to see the reasons for the rapid sell-off. Are they self-inflicted problems, as was best observed in the Wirecard example, or is the impulse coming from outside.

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16. September 2021 | 13:17 CET | by Stefan Feulner

FuelCell Energy, Saturn Oil + Gas, Gazprom - The Renaissance of fossil fuels

  • Oil

There is no question that Germany has already achieved a great deal in terms of climate protection. In 2020, about 45% of its electricity came from renewable sources. However, the goal of becoming greenhouse gas neutral by 2045 is still a long way off. For this plan to become a reality, wind power still needs to be expanded significantly. The first half of the current year shows that it will not be possible to do without fossil fuels in the coming years. According to calculations by the Federal Statistical Office, over 56% of the total 258.9 billion kWh of electricity generated in Germany came from conventional sources such as coal, natural gas and nuclear energy.

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16. September 2021 | 12:45 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Triumph Gold, First Majestic, Varta - Inflation is getting worse than we think - How to safeguard your assets!

  • Gold

Inflation in the US eased slightly in August from July's 5.4% to 5.3%. Nevertheless, this is a high value. It would be premature to derive a trend reversal from this. Far more dramatic are the rates of inflation in wholesale prices in Germany. As the Federal Statistical Office recently reported, these rose by 12.3% year-on-year in August. It was the most substantial increase since October 1974, during the first oil crisis. Investors should invest in tangible assets such as shares, real estate, commodities, or precious metals to protect their assets. Who offers the best risk-reward ratio?

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16. September 2021 | 11:58 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Siemens Healthineers, PuriflOH, Fresenius, Novavax - Focusing on health!

  • Investments

The pandemic outbreak in 2020 ushered in a new era. People's health is once again moving to the center of attention. Politicians worldwide see themselves obligated to make public life safe, but whether this will be 100% successful remains questionable. Ultimately, it will depend on the commitment of private companies to what extent the existing health issues can be solved and by what means. On the capital markets, the healthcare sector has been sailing on the highest wave for months because the dangers for billions of people need to be reduced, and framework conditions for public life need to be created. Who benefits the most?

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16. September 2021 | 11:34 CET | by Fabian Lorenz

Valneva, Barrick Gold, Central African Gold: Inflation fears and liberation strike

  • Gold

High inflation keeps investors on their toes. In August, the inflation rate in the US remained at a high level of 5.3% compared to the same month last year, as announced by the Labor Department of the world's largest economy. Therefore, the increase in consumer prices was only slightly below market expectations and the increase in July of 5.4%. Compared with the previous month, prices were 0.3% higher. Inflation data usually brings momentum to commodity stocks - positive as well as negative. This is as true for Barrick Gold as for Central African Gold, with one on a good path to higher prices. Valneva shareholders would like to see higher prices after the crash. However, analysts remain cautious.

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16. September 2021 | 10:46 CET | by Nico Popp

BYD, Kainantu Resources, JinkoSolar: Investing in green technology

  • Electromobility

Electromobility is on the rise and unstoppable. In July, a survey by E.ON showed that 66% of Germans could imagine buying an e-car. For around 70% of e-car sympathizers, climate protection is the most important argument in favor of an e-car. We highlight three stocks that can benefit from the trend toward more e-mobility.

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15. September 2021 | 14:23 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Nel ASA, Enapter, Plug Power, FuelCell Energy - It is time to go all out!

  • Hydrogen

Hydrogen is not only a climate-friendly means of propulsion for automobiles and heavy-duty transport. Large industries such as chemicals and steel can use hydrogen technology to reduce their consumption of natural gas. There are costs involved when converting to hydrogen, most of which are only feasible with political support. The German government's national hydrogen strategy fits in well here. But medium-sized industries, especially energy-intensive sectors, could also become much more environmentally friendly with hydrogen-based technologies. Which stocks are well-positioned here?

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15. September 2021 | 14:03 CET | by Armin Schulz

JinkoSolar, Defense Metals, Daimler - Sustainability only with rare earths

  • RareEarths

Rare earths are found in almost all new technologies such as smartphones, e-cars, etc. The leading supplier is China. Rare earths occur more often than one might think, but mining them is rarely economically profitable. Thus, China has a kind of monopoly position. With the trade dispute between the US and China brewing, more people realize that Western countries should seek alternative access to rare earths. If China limits exports, it would quickly lead to shortages. Accumulators or batteries would soon become scarce. Due to sustainability issues, the increased demand can already be seen in the increased prices for rare earths.

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15. September 2021 | 13:04 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Steinhoff, Sierra Grande Minerals, Barrick Gold - Played into the cards

  • Gold

The latest inflation data in the world's largest economy, the USA, plays into the central bank's strategy cards. After 5.4% in the previous month, the inflation rate weakened moderately to 5.3% in August, breaking the trend that had been rising for months for the first time. The FED, which sees the hype in the inflation curve as temporary due to the recovery after the Corona Crisis, thus feels vindicated and continues its ultra-loose monetary policy with bond purchases of USD 120 billion per month in favor of growth.

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15. September 2021 | 12:51 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Bayer, Water Ways Technologies, Kali & Salz - Clean water for 7.9 billion!

  • Technology

Clean water, good nutrition and hygiene are basic human needs and indispensable for healthy development. For this reason, as part of the Sustainable Development Goals, the world's countries have set themselves the goal of giving everyone access to clean drinking water and adequate sanitation by 2030. These are two issues that need to be addressed, particularly in areas of the world that are difficult to access or inhospitable. Africa and Asia are at the forefront of the need here; they hope for few standards taken for granted in the developed world. We look at some interesting shares from this area.

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15. September 2021 | 12:17 CET | by Nico Popp

Valneva, Cardiol Therapeutics, Sartorius: Healthy returns in every market phase

  • Biotechnology

The pandemic has given the healthcare sector a boost. If people were still somewhat hesitant to talk about the digitization of the healthcare system in 2019, the epidemic has clearly revealed where the weaknesses are. New drugs and procedures could also be tested under the new framework conditions. If nothing else, the industry is getting renewed attention as a result. We outline three companies and explain whether the shares have prospects or not.

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15. September 2021 | 11:23 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

AdTiger, ProSiebenSat.1, SAP - Digital winners

  • Digitization

The digital transformation of the global economy is in full swing. Fast Internet connections, smartphones, apps and cloud solutions are spurring the growth of digital and scalable business models. At the same time, the success stories of digitalization are multifaceted. These exciting investments are not to be missed.

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15. September 2021 | 10:39 CET | by Nico Popp

Deutsche Bank, BIGG Digital Assets, Commerzbank: Let the money work for you

  • crypto

Anyone who wants to make a good cut financially gets involved wherever as much money as possible is turned over. Decades ago, the good old "bank apprenticeship" was considered a solid foundation for the future. Although the young bankers of the time have become better real estate agents in recent years, the principle remains the same: Where money is turned over, there is also something to be gained. It is much the same for investors.

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14. September 2021 | 13:10 CET | by Nico Popp

BioNTech, Defence Therapeutics, Valneva: Here, the overall market (almost) does not matter

  • Biotechnology

Is the crash coming or not? Meanwhile, even Wall Street banks are warning of an imminent crash event. Many commentators are jumping on the bandwagon. The reasons: Delta variation, supply problems and inflation, and an economy that could suffer. But if you compare the crashes of the past years, one thing becomes clear: Only the fewest price setbacks came with notice! We present three stocks that many investors believe can combine growth and security.

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14. September 2021 | 13:07 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Nvidia, BrainChip Holdings, Palantir - To the moon

  • Technology

According to high-ranking managers of the largest chip manufacturers such as Intel and Nvidia, the end of the semiconductor crisis is not in sight before the end of 2022. Besides the increasing demand for consumer electronics, computers and accessories since the beginning of the Corona Crisis, the industry is also being hit by the strong growth in demand from the automotive industry, which is increasingly relying on electronics. Artificial intelligence, 5G and the Internet of Things will further fuel demand in the coming years.

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14. September 2021 | 12:02 CET | by Fabian Lorenz

MorphoSys, HelloFresh, Aspermont - Price halving or rebound?

  • Investments

Investors are likely to speculate on a rebound in the Valneva share in the coming days; because the price slide of over 30% on Monday was violent. Stifel analysts see sales and earnings estimates for 2020 and 2021 in jeopardy after the UK government unexpectedly canceled a major order for the COVID-19 vaccine under development. Investors have been waiting for a rebound in MorphoSys shares for some time. The latest analyst assessment gives little hope. If Bernstein Research has its way, HelloFresh could soon be down almost 50%. Aspermont seems ripe for a rebound - the share is interesting from a chart perspective, and analysts advise buying.

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14. September 2021 | 11:27 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

GSP Resource - Exciting Micro Cap

  • Copper

Historically and over more extended periods, precious metals such as gold and silver have provided good inflation protection and have thus established themselves as crisis currencies over several economic cycles. Those looking for other promising commodity categories should consider copper. The reddish shimmering industrial metal is experiencing high demand in the course of electromobility. If you also believe in the high return opportunities of small public companies, Canadian GSP Resource combines the facets of precious metals, copper and micro-cap. We keep you up to date with the latest developments, hot off the press.

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14. September 2021 | 10:38 CET | by André Will-Laudien

BYD, EuroSports Global, NIO - The shooting stars of electric mobility

  • Electromobility

According to a study conducted by McKinsey & Company in early 2020, 51% of Germans surveyed seriously considered an electric car the last time they purchased one. Still, only 3% of them decided to buy one. 36% cited uncertainties about battery reliability and lifespan, as well as area-wide charging options, as reasons for not buying. By the end of 2020, 589,752 electrically powered passenger cars had been registered in Germany, according to the Federal Motor Transport Authority: 309,083 pure electric cars, 279,861 plug-in hybrid cars and 808 cars with fuel cells. Therefore, the targeted one million was missed by a wide margin, but 2021 has been a very dynamic year so far. The number of non-combustion cars has risen by more than 140% so far. We present three interesting e-players.

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13. September 2021 | 13:43 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Xiaomi, Troilus Gold, Merck - First-class developments

  • Gold

Substantial gains were recently seen in consumer and producer prices in Germany and Europe. Inflation in Germany reached its highest level in almost 28 years in August and is close to breaking through the 4% mark. In contrast to central banks, which consider the rate of inflation to be temporary and continue to maintain an ultra-loose monetary policy with interest rates at zero percent, economists expect inflation to remain permanently high. There is a threat of a decline in the value of money, which could be slowed down by buying gold. Currently, the precious metal is still trading at a favorable level.

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13. September 2021 | 12:55 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Almonty Industries, Infineon, VW - This is just the teaser - What is next?

  • Tungsten

From A for antimony to V for vanadium, the European Union's list of critical raw materials now includes 30 materials, including lithium, cobalt, rare earths and tungsten. These raw materials are characterized by low availability and high economic importance. Many key European industries rely on these raw materials, such as the automotive, steel, aerospace, IT, healthcare, or renewable energy sectors. Demand is increasingly being driven by new products and technologies such as electromobility, digitalization and the energy transition. The supply cannot keep up with this. Bottlenecks are emerging, which, among other things, are leading to higher prices for the critical raw materials and posing major challenges for demand-side industries. How can investors position themselves successfully?

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13. September 2021 | 12:07 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Gazprom, Barsele Minerals, Agnico-Eagle, Nordex - The energies of the future!

  • Gold

Election Sunday in Germany is approaching. No matter who will win the race at the end of September, the goals in climate policy have been put on the agenda by every party. In the future, it will not be possible to ignore this issue because young voters, in particular, are rightly concerned about the living conditions for the next generations. The decisive factor will be the course set in energy policy.

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13. September 2021 | 11:47 CET | by Armin Schulz

Bayer, Saturn Oil + Gas, TUI - Which share will be the first to take off?

  • Oil

We have often heard that the profit is in the purchase; however, it is difficult to predict the low of a share and then enter at that low. Often it is better to wait for a reversal using charting techniques, which increases the probability of finding a profitable trade. Those who buy falling knives have certainly suffered losses more often. But there are always stocks that are not "in" with investors, so it takes longer to get the share price going. Especially companies that have had problems in the past must first regain the trust of their shareholders. Today we analyze the prospects of three companies that have had problems in the past and want to take off.

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13. September 2021 | 10:41 CET | by Nico Popp

K+S, Deutsche Rohstoff, Barrick Gold: How investors profit from inflation

  • Oil

Prices are rising and rising! In August, inflation rose more sharply than at any time in the last 28 years. It rose by an average of 3.9% compared with the same month of the previous year. The main price drivers were food and energy commodities. But other products and services are also becoming more and more expensive. Here is how investors can take this trend into account in their portfolios.

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10. September 2021 | 13:50 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Sierra Grande Minerals, Barrick Gold, Sibanye Stillwater - Tempting valuation levels

  • Commodities

Patience is a virtue. Especially on the stock market, investors are often required to be patient. Why do rising prices take so long to materialize, even though the relevant facts are already on the table? One or the other investor who has invested in commodity shares has undoubtedly experienced this or a similar situation. But those who take a longer-term view and make the proper sense of the relevant framework conditions that determine supply and demand will be successful. Precious metals have proven to be a protection against inflation over long periods of time. Various raw materials such as copper and lithium are experiencing rising demand as a result of electromobility. These three stocks offer opportunities.

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10. September 2021 | 13:35 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Enapter, NEL, Ballard Power - Hydrogen: This will happen!

  • Hydrogen

If you follow the political discussion in Germany regarding climate and green energy, the debate is almost exclusively about solar and wind power. Electric mobility is the order of the day. But soberly considered, there will and must be a coexistence of several approaches. Hydrogen solutions have received far too little attention. But this technology is urgently needed for the energy transition. The industry is still relatively young, but there is a very good chance that a huge market will emerge in which several companies will be able to operate successfully and profitably. Are these the winners?

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10. September 2021 | 12:43 CET | by André Will-Laudien

NanoRepro, XPhyto Therapeutics, BioNTech, Valneva - The next biotech wave is rolling!

  • Biotechnology

So far, vaccine manufacturers can maintain their high valuation because the next wave of new infections is rolling in. In Germany, tests will be subject to fees starting in October, making public life more expensive for those who want to participate. In surveys, most German citizens have expressed support for fee-based testing; probably, the populations here should be separated into "vaccinated" and "unvaccinated" to indicate general opinion accurately. Four interesting values benefit from the current situation.

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10. September 2021 | 12:11 CET | by Armin Schulz

Deutsche Telekom, Meta Materials, Apple: 5G - The coming hype

  • Technology

5G will not only make our mobile internet faster, but it is also indispensable for bringing the Internet of Things, industrial automation and autonomous driving to market maturity. Private users can look forward to virtual realities and augmented realities in the future. Augmented realities can present the user with useful information about objects or even activities via glasses. There are already initial applications in this area, but the technology will develop rapidly in the coming years. The market will grow enormously once the 5G network is installed nationwide. In today's analysis, we show which companies could benefit from tomorrow's hype.

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10. September 2021 | 11:16 CET | by Stefan Feulner

GameStop, wallstreet:online, Nikola - It goes on blithely

  • Investments

The ECB is following the lead of the FED. Although some council members warned not to ignore the risk of too high inflation, an end to the ultra-loose monetary policy is not in sight. Only the purchase of government and corporate securities under the Corona emergency purchase program should be "moderately" lower in the fourth quarter. The pro-growth decision is a balm for the stock markets. New highs should follow after the last mini-corrections.

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10. September 2021 | 10:14 CET | by Nico Popp

Daimler, Aztec Minerals, Varta: How growth investments succeed

  • Commodities

New technologies are currently transforming the economy. The triumphant advance of electric cars is a done deal, and even buildings will soon be largely climate-neutral. First and foremost, carmakers, manufacturers of photovoltaic systems and energy storage systems are driving this development. But other beneficiaries are currently receiving little attention from the market. We present three stocks.

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09. September 2021 | 13:33 CET | by Stefan Feulner

NIO, Kodiak Copper, Siemens Energy - Will green policies end in disaster?

  • Copper

Climate change is supposed to move forward quickly. The parties, above all, the Greens around chancellor candidate Annalena Baerbock, are wooing voters with ever shorter targets for CO2 neutrality. However, the construction of wind turbines, electric cars and solar plants requires an enormous amount of metals. There are already signs of a shortage in 2021, which will be even more drastic in the next few years and will seriously undermine the politicians' plans.

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09. September 2021 | 12:49 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Royal Dutch Shell, Saturn Oil + Gas, Steinhoff: From 17 to 51 - Triples sought!

  • Oil

Investing in shares consists of striving for a return on the capital invested. In recent months, there have been many stocks that have increased tenfold in price. However, only few investors had persevered. If one lowers one's targets somewhat and still maintains a reasonable profit expectation, even a threefold increase could bring great joy. We take a look at three stocks that stand at just under 17 today and calmly consider whether a 51 could be possible. Impossible, you say - Possible, we say!

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09. September 2021 | 12:08 CET | by Nico Popp

SMA Solar, Memiontec, CureVac: Doing good and earning money

  • Investments

When young founders develop business models, it is often a question of "purpose," i.e. the best possible (good) purpose of a company. For the new generation, money is no longer the only thing that counts. Instead, earning money and doing good are the watchwords. On the stock market, too, some companies make the world a little better. We look at three stocks and find out whether there is money to be made in them.

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09. September 2021 | 11:42 CET | by Nico Popp

Nordex, Water Ways Technologies, MorphoSys: How investors invest in the future

  • Investments

The future is traded on the stock exchange. But what does it look like? It is not easy to make concrete predictions. That is one of the reasons why there are both positive and negative surprises on the stock market. But as an investor, you can help the odds, for example, by focusing on megatrends. Demographics, health, and sustainability are trends that will still be in place in ten years. We present three possible investments.

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09. September 2021 | 10:42 CET | by Fabian Lorenz

SMA Solar, Standard Lithium, Almonty Industries: Between profit warning and supercycle!

  • Tungsten

It is not only semiconductors that are in short supply, but also numerous industrial raw materials. The situation is only getting worse. In the case of lithium, demand is expected to increase fivefold in a few years. Tungsten is also in demand, and China is an unreliable quasi-monopolist. As a result, raw materials are in short supply, and prices are rising. More and more companies are suffering as a result, like Germany's SMA Solar. The inverter manufacturer had to cut its forecast and analysts promptly reduced their price targets. On the other hand, some companies are benefiting from the situation. Highflyer Standard Lithium is one of them. Due to positive industry and company news, the share is accelerating again. Almonty Industries is also facing exciting months.

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08. September 2021 | 13:18 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BYD, Aspermont, Salzgitter AG - Extreme surge in demand

  • Fintech

The improved mood in the economy and the reviving business cycle brought companies record results in the second quarter. Above all, electric car manufacturers shone with significantly rising sales figures. In June alone, the number of new registrations in Germany climbed 311% year-on-year. The switch from combustion engines to electric cars is only just beginning. The percentage of battery-powered vehicles on German roads is just 12%.

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08. September 2021 | 12:59 CET | by André Will-Laudien

TeamViewer, TalkPool AG, Deutsche Telekom - This is the way to the top!

  • Technology

When the dot-com boom took off at the turn of the millennium, many immature and unpromising business models came onto the market. Every idea was made ready for the stock market - then the techno-crash followed, and many companies disappeared from the radar. The COVID-19 pandemic triggered a worldwide digitalization push - many new achievements now determine the working world of every individual and change society as a whole. The focus is now on: Distant Working, Internet of Things and Communication. We take a look at the cards of three protagonists.

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08. September 2021 | 12:28 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

PuriflOH, Bayer, Philips - Innovations as yield drivers

  • Investments

Innovations enrich our everyday lives in many ways. The following companies have developed innovative solutions for health and climate in the broadest sense that help remedy important problems. The focus here is on water, a scarce resource, and air purification, which in times of Corona plays an increasingly important role. Which Company has the best opportunities?

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08. September 2021 | 11:57 CET | by Armin Schulz

Central African Gold, Nordex, NIO - The potential of sustainability

  • Sustainability

The topic of sustainability is increasingly on people's minds. Five years ago, the subject was not even interesting to most. Now, more than 80% of people are thinking about it. Companies' customers spend more money if a product is sustainable; it is a sign of quality and gives them a positive image. If you use sustainable electricity and use resources sparingly, you can also save costs. All these are reasons why renewable energies and e-mobility are currently becoming more and more important.

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08. September 2021 | 11:33 CET | by André Will-Laudien

BYD, Teck Resources, GSP Resource, Varta - Commodity rally three point zero!

  • Commodities

There is a growing concern in the German economy that rapidly rising raw material prices will jeopardize the upswing in the future. Thus, the head of the Munich-based economic research institute Ifo, Clemens Fuest, warns: "If commodity prices continue to rise significantly across the board in the coming years, this could become a problem." He is referring to the upswing because supply chains are already severely disrupted by the pandemic. The temporary failure of the Suez Canal has even led to a delay of several months in the delivery of high-tech products.

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08. September 2021 | 10:42 CET | by Nico Popp

JinkoSolar, Silver Viper, Plug Power: Shares for the energy transition

  • Silver

Clean energy does not work without technology. The energy transition can only succeed if photovoltaic systems or even wind turbines are state-of-the-art. It is therefore essential that there are companies that lead the way technologically. This can be achieved with new products, daring plans, or in a classic way: by promoting suitable raw materials.

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07. September 2021 | 13:24 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Nvidia, AMD, BrainChip, Infineon - Scarcity: These chip stocks are exploding!

  • Technology

The global chip markets remain tight, and a recent PwC study predicts that the global semiconductor market will continue to experience solid growth years. The authors forecast that chip sales will rise to USD 575 billion as early as 2022. Starting from the USD 481 billion in the previous record year 2018, this would correspond to a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.6% - not even the pandemic slowed this increase noticeably. In Europe, the automotive industry will become the primary sales market for chip manufacturers. A new growth driver is semiconductors to support artificial intelligence (AI) in autonomous mobility. We present a few industry representatives.

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07. September 2021 | 12:45 CET | by Nico Popp

Alibaba, Barsele Minerals, K+S: Where comeback opportunities now lurk

  • Investments

Stocks that have taken a bit of a beating have a certain appeal for investors. On the one hand, the shares seem to be on special offer, and on the other hand, it quickly becomes clear from the performance chart where the potential of the respective Company on the stock market extends. But shares are not always ripe for a comeback. What investors should watch out for and what the situation looks like for three selected stocks.

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07. September 2021 | 12:04 CET | by Stefan Feulner

SMA Solar, Royal Helium, RWE - Supply is becoming increasingly scarce

  • Helium

Whether for cars or consumer electronics, hardly any machine can do without microchips anymore. Since the beginning of the year, the shortage of semiconductors has been throwing the automotive industry out of step and causing production downtime and short-time work. Meanwhile, there is no end in sight to the supply crisis. Shortages stretch as far as the eye can see, while demand increases due to technological advances. Demand is also rising enormously for raw materials needed to decarbonize the economy.

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07. September 2021 | 11:12 CET | by Fabian Lorenz

HelloFresh, Zalando, AdTiger - Digitization conquers not only the DAX

  • Digitization

Digitization is on the rise: in our lives, in the stock market and also in the DAX. And so, after more than 30 years, Germany's leading index is getting a makeover. On September 20, 2021, it will be expanded from 30 to 40 companies. With the newcomers, more digitalization is also moving into the elite index like the cooking box delivery Company HelloFresh and online fashion retailer Zalando. Both companies are benefiting from the trend toward digitization and have grown rapidly in recent years. Analysts continue to see potential. Hot stock AdTiger is still far from billions in sales, but its focus on online advertising offers exciting prospects.

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07. September 2021 | 10:40 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Deutsche Rohstoff, Gazprom, Royal Dutch Shell - Do you really want to miss out? Single-digit P/E ratios and share price gains!

  • Oil

Commodities giant BHP is selling its oil and gas business after more than 60 years. However, other companies are pushing to enter and expand in this sector. How does this fit together? Ultimately, it is strategic decisions - focus, diversification or transformation? The high prices for oil and gas are providing producers with high profits. The medium-term outlook is also good. Growth and a favorable valuation are thus enticing. These are the stocks worth taking a closer look at.

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06. September 2021 | 14:25 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BASF, Desert Gold, Moderna, BioNTech - Keep going, keep going!

  • Gold

The Delta variant is teaching the markets to be afraid. After the economy was humming in the past two quarters, disillusionment is now slowly setting in. The unexpectedly weak labor market data in the US in August demonstrated this. Outside of agriculture, only 235,000 new jobs were created compared with the forecast of 728,000 new jobs. Thus, the market's fear of an end to loose monetary policy and possible interest rate hikes should also be off the table.

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06. September 2021 | 13:40 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Steinhoff, Saturn Oil + Gas, NIO - Spectacular transformation

  • Oil

A lot happened in the global capital markets last week. In addition to the OPEC+ meeting, where it was decided to turn on the oil taps further, disappointing labor market data again determined the direction of stock prices. Several second-line stocks, likely to face serious revaluations due to strong quarterly figures or new corporate developments, caused a furor. Position yourself now!

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06. September 2021 | 13:17 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Tencent, Alibaba, Kainantu Resources, Aixtron - Asia on the rise!

  • Gold

The international supremacy of the USA is closely linked to the status of the US dollar as the world's reserve currency. However, the United States has turned the debt wheel too far and weakened itself through unwise policies. Outdated power interests and isolationism hinder economic dynamism, and they undermine well thought-out trade strategies. Asia has relied on modern infrastructure for decades, and not just at home. Public infrastructure in the US is dilapidated to the level of the last millennium. The new Silk Road and the takeover of international seaports and airports have recently given China a crystal-clear lead. That is why the Silk Road does not end in New York but Europe.

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06. September 2021 | 12:17 CET | by Armin Schulz

Paion, Diamcor, DeFi Technologies - This is where the music plays

  • Diamonds

After the Fed announcements, the DAX and Dow moved sideways, despite a rise at the beginning of last week. Many stocks in these indices are now also considered fundamentally expensive if one follows the standard work of fundamental analysis by the Graham and Dodd Model, which roughly speaking sees a fair value for stocks with a price-earnings ratio of a maximum of 15. If you want to bring performance into your portfolio, you need stocks that are not in the direct focus of analysts. If there is an interesting story behind it, you can get a booster in your portfolio at an early stage. Today, we highlight three shares with interesting news and stories.

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06. September 2021 | 10:44 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Defense Metals, Nordex, Rheinmetall - These shares benefit from megatrends!

  • RareEarths

Rising corporate profits are an understandable driver for higher share prices. Therefore, positioning with stocks in sectors or with business models that benefit from long-term (mega) trends is a smart move. Renewable energies, electromobility, various areas of technology and rare earths are fields that will continue to grow significantly in the medium term. With the shares presented, you can profit from this.

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06. September 2021 | 10:24 CET | by Nico Popp

Varta, EuroSports Global, BYD: New growth opportunities around e-mobility

  • Electromobility

The future is electric - at least for cars and bicycles. The pedelec boom is ensuring that bike stores are working overtime and have been busy for months. Thanks to the e-motor, entirely new customer groups are suddenly interested in aerodynamic frames, comfortable carbon seatposts or trendy paint finishes. What is already underway in the bicycle sector could also be in store for motorcycles. In Asia, electric bikes with powerful acceleration are all the rage. We take a look at three stocks related to the electric boom.

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03. September 2021 | 13:27 CET | by Stefan Feulner

MorphoSys, Defence Therapeutics, CureVac, BioNTech - Dramatic need

  • Biotechnology

While in Germany, 50.4 million citizens, or 60.7% of the population, are already fully vaccinated, and there is already discussion about booster vaccinations, the global average is just one in four. Thus, there is still an enormous demand for vaccines from various manufacturers. In addition to the French pharmaceutical Company Sanofi, a German vaccine producer could also celebrate a stock market comeback due to its second-generation vaccine.

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03. September 2021 | 11:51 CET | by Armin Schulz

Deutsche Rohstoff, K+S, Royal Dutch Shell - Where to invest as fund managers cut equity exposure?

  • Oil

A look at the Global Fund Manager Survey conducted by Bank of America shows the views of Fund managers have changed significantly in the past month. Only 27% now expect the global economy to be strong, compared with almost twice as much optimism the previous month. One reason is the expectation that the FED will noticeably turn off its monetary tap at the end of the year. The money glut has sparked inflation, which can be seen clearly in commodity prices. All these are reasons why the cash quota in the funds is being increased, and the equity quota decreased. The high commodity prices are benefiting commodity producers in particular, which is why we are looking at three companies from this sector today.

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03. September 2021 | 10:39 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Strong performance by Nel ASA, Defense Metals and JinkoSolar

  • RareEarths

The German parliamentary elections are on September 26. Climate protection is at the center of most political parties' election programs. The Greens are going out on a limb, aiming to achieve CO2 neutrality as early as 2035. However, it seems more than questionable whether these ambitious promises can actually be put into practice. The scarcity of raw materials such as copper, lithium and rare earth metals means a wide gap between aspiration and reality.

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03. September 2021 | 10:39 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Desert Gold, MorphoSys, TUI - Are there game-changers in these stocks?

  • Gold

When the stock market has already made a decent run, many investors search for laggards or game-changers. In the case of the so-called laggards, 90% of the reasons why the stock is not performing are fundamental, usually due to complicated or low-margin business models or simply a wrong management approach. The temptation is great to buy charts at the bottom right of the screen according to the motto: "Now the downward trend is over!". This view is unfortunately 90% wrong because the stock market is trend and momentum-driven. So what remains is to try to find so-called "game-changer" stocks. Here, the entire situation changes fundamentally due to an event, and the trend often turns with an initial price jump.

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02. September 2021 | 13:22 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

BYD, Kainantu Resources, DWS - Investing against the tide

  • Gold

It is well known that a successful long-term strategy in times of high inflation is to invest in tangible assets. Whether it is stocks, gold or real estate, or a mix of these is up to the taste of the individual investor. Looking at the big picture, there is certainly nothing wrong with investing in companies that benefit from the economic development and rising purchasing power of expanding economies. Geographically, Asia is one of the most dynamic regions with large sales markets. We will show you how you can profit from these developments. Who has the best opportunities?

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02. September 2021 | 12:58 CET | by Nico Popp

Nordex, Talkpool, HeidelbergCement: Construction goes green and digital - Investors profit

  • Investments

Do you know what all electrical appliances have in common? They have become smaller and smaller over the years. Advances in electrical engineering and digitization have ensured that even complex devices have become smaller and smaller while at the same time being powerful and more energy-efficient. As a result, numerous possibilities have opened up - for example, in the area of the Internet of Things. The interplay of sensors and small electronic devices offers users new possibilities, saves money, and protects the environment. We present three titles on the topics of the Internet of Things and environmental protection.

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02. September 2021 | 12:15 CET | by Nico Popp

Heidelberger Druckmaschinen, Troilus Gold, TUI: The Power of Transformation

  • Gold

Transformations are the salt in the soup of the stock market. Whenever companies break new ground, win new customers or enter completely new territory, opportunities arise for investors. At the beginning of such developments, the market usually does not quite believe in the chances. But then, more and more investors jump on the bandwagon and boost the share price. The further transformations go, the greater the associated opportunities. We present three companies that are breaking new ground and classify their prospects.

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02. September 2021 | 11:30 CET | by Fabian Lorenz

HelloFresh, TeamViewer and wallstreet:online: Up to 50% price potential

  • Investments

Record levels wherever you look: DAX, MDAX, TechDAX. Apart from minor corrections, the past few months have been a lot of fun for stock market players overall. In particular, companies benefiting from the Corona pandemic were among the high flyers. These included vaccine manufacturers such as BioNTech and Moderna, the cooking box mail order Company HelloFresh, the software Company TeamViewer and wallstreet:online. The latter is not only a stock market portal operator but is also shaking up the online broker market with their Smartbroker. All three companies have also consolidated in the meantime - sometimes more violently, sometimes less - and are still recommended by analysts. The price targets are up to 50% above the current values.

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02. September 2021 | 10:52 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Siemens, Barsele Minerals, Lufthansa - Shares to take off

  • Gold

The stock indices continue to be on the rise. Disappointing labor market data and rising infection figures due to the Delta variant make possible interest rate hikes and an end to the bond-buying program by central banks a distant prospect. The ultra-loose monetary policy with further stimulus measures by the FED is thus likely to be continued and opens the door for further bullishness on the stock market.

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01. September 2021 | 13:21 CET | by André Will-Laudien

IBU-tec, Meta Materials, Standard Lithium, Orocobre - Materials for the Super Battery!

  • Technology

The demand exceeds the quantity! Whether e-mobility, aircraft technology or renewable energies, all high-tech segments of industry require raw materials and processed materials in ever-increasing amounts. Currently, the problem lies in procurement. The relevant tonnages cannot be mined in the world's mines because many projects are only at the beginning of development or are operating at their limit. A lithium mining site needs about 5 years of gestation time. It is about 7 years for copper with high 3-digit million amounts required as basic investment capital. Given the global conflicts, politicians are at a loss regarding how medium-term availability can be ensured, which ultimately means that the price is the deciding factor.

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01. September 2021 | 12:56 CET | by André Will-Laudien

First Majestic Silver, Aztec Minerals, CureVac, Valneva - Opportunities upon opportunities!

  • Precious Metals

So much for the summer lull! There is much more going on in the stock market than many thought. Gold and silver are making real leaps and bounds, as are the associated stocks. With the vaccination values, the chaff separated clearly from the wheat. Those that cannot currently deliver remain depressed in price. Nevertheless, the valuations of the remaining stocks are not low either. There is still hope for one or the other product's success. We take a closer look at a few stocks.

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01. September 2021 | 12:45 CET | by Armin Schulz

ThyssenKrupp, Triumph Gold, Siemens Energy - Is the turnaround coming?

  • Gold

Despite galloping inflation, Jerome Powell took away the skepticism of market participants and assured them that an interest rate hike is still a long way off. The markets were delighted and have been rising ever since. But not all companies have seen their share prices rise. It is worth taking a closer look because many companies are fundamentally expensive. So one has to go bargain hunting. Often there are good reasons for lower share prices, but there are also hidden gems that want to be picked up. Today we take a look at three companies whose share prices are not getting off the ground.

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01. September 2021 | 11:55 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

NEL, dynaCERT, Porsche - Innovative and full of opportunities, why now?

  • Hydrogen

Climate change requires the decarbonization of industry, better sooner than later. What will green mobility look like in the future? Here, representatives of hydrogen technology and electromobility provide very different answers. There are also innovative bridging technologies, and the innovative power of major automakers should not be underestimated. Who will put the most horsepower on the road?

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01. September 2021 | 10:39 CET | by Nico Popp

Gazprom, Kodiak Copper, Nordex: This is how the energy transition pays off

  • Copper

Keeping the economy moving requires energy. This energy can come from a variety of sources. Fossil fuels, such as oil and gas, have come under fire for their CO2 emissions. However, what is clear is that these energy sources will remain important for a long time to come. As a climate-neutral alternative, electricity from renewable sources is gaining in importance. However, this requires investments in storage facilities and transmission lines. We present three stocks related to the energy sector.

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31. August 2021 | 13:11 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Veolia, Memiontec, JinkoSolar, Alibaba - Green shares on the buy list!

  • Investments

Politics is going its own way with the climate protocol from Paris. In addition to climate protection, many government programs also include keeping necessary life resources clean, such as air and water. Environmental protection is usually associated with higher costs in industry and must be mandated by law to ensure that the necessary measures are implemented consistently. In Europe, we are already well advanced with such climate laws with the CO2 tax. In other countries, it is taking a little longer. The US has been behind since Donald Trump, but this should be made up for under Joe Biden. We take a look at well-known environmental stocks and their opportunities.

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31. August 2021 | 12:16 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Square, Aspermont, flatexDEGIRO - FinTechs: Top or Flop?

  • Fintech

Many FinTechs have emerged in recent years to put the fear of God into traditional banks with their dusty business models. As with many disruptive business models, the spread of the Internet and smartphones provided the basis for scalable, rapid growth. In addition, sufficient venture capital was available. Valuations in the billions, even before an IPO, were and are not uncommon. In addition, cryptocurrencies began an unprecedented triumphal march. In some places, the sword of Damocles of regulation hovers over the industry and not every Company will reach the finish line. Too many advance praises are priced into some prices. Who will be among the winners?

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31. August 2021 | 11:27 CET | by Nico Popp

NEL, Enapter, Daimler: Where hydrogen still offers opportunities

  • Hydrogen

And what about hydrogen? CDU/CSU chancellor candidate Armin Laschet not only earned the laughs of Tesla boss Elon Musk when he asked about the appropriate technology for the mobility revolution, but the German media also mocked the CDU chairman. Yet hydrogen as an energy carrier is far from being out of the question, at least for trucks, ships and trains. Hydrogen could also be used as a power source in remote regions. Reason enough to take a closer look at a few stocks.

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31. August 2021 | 10:37 CET | by Fabian Lorenz

Sales explosion? Novavax and Diamcor on the trail of BioNTech

  • Diamonds

When companies suddenly report strong jumps in sales, investors should take a closer look. On the one hand, there may be considerable opportunities for share price gains. On the other hand, it must also be checked whether the development is sustainable or whether it is a one-off or seasonal event. BioNTech has impressively shown that the Company and the share can profit from a sudden increase in sales. Who is next? Investors should take a closer look at the vaccine developer Novavax and the diamond producer Diamcor - it could be worthwhile.

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30. August 2021 | 13:22 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BYD, AdTiger, Xpeng - Way clear for further share price gains

  • Digitization

As expected, the highly anticipated symposium in Jackson Hole turned into a non-event. Although FED Chairman Jerome Powell is concerned about inflation at current levels, he considers the price increases to be a temporary phenomenon that does not require any changes in key interest rates. Nor was a specific date given for scaling back bond purchases. The ultra-loose monetary policy is thus preparing the ground for further price rises in the asset classes of equities, real estate and precious metals.

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30. August 2021 | 12:22 CET | by Armin Schulz

Porsche, Blackrock Silver, Xiaomi - These stocks are making headway!

  • Silver

Last week, the stock markets were eagerly awaiting the statements of US Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell. His words reassured investors, as the tightening of the reins on the printing press is to be more gradual, and interest rate hikes are currently not an issue. From December, bond purchases are to be reduced by USD 15 billion. The US indices then rose again to near their all-time highs. But even without such events, which the whole world is watching, there are always stocks where exciting things are happening that can boost the stock market price. We are taking a closer look at three of these candidates today.

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30. August 2021 | 12:13 CET | by André Will-Laudien

First Hydrogen, Nel, Plug Power, FuelCell Energy - Is the next Hydrogen rally coming?

  • Hydrogen

Hydrogen is repeatedly put forward as a solution for climate-neutral energy production. A strong distinction must be made for climate protection because only green hydrogen - produced from 100% renewable energy - is truly climate-friendly. Insufficient differentiation between hydrogen types has fatal consequences for the globe. In a recent study, scientists at the University of Standford in California prove that blue hydrogen, produced from natural gas in combination with the injection of the resulting CO2 through carbon capture-and-storage, actually has a significantly worse climate balance than the direct combustion of crude oil and natural gas. Significant methane gas emissions in production mainly cause this. Today we look at interesting values in the hydrogen environment.

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30. August 2021 | 11:33 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Central African Gold, Nordex, Varta - Performers for the second half of the year!

  • Gold

Climate and energy transition are more than just buzzwords. They affect us all to an ever increasing extent. The production of green energy and the currently also politically favored spread of electric mobility place considerable demands on the availability of raw materials, the sufficient production of green energy and the existence of an area-wide infrastructure. As steering mechanisms, states offer extensive support measures. A market for emission certificates creates incentives as well. It is also important to keep an eye on the development of increasingly stringent ESG standards in the investment sector. Companies that do not do their homework will sooner or later lose out. These three companies have the potential to profit from the energy transition. Who will win the race?

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30. August 2021 | 11:22 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Huge opportunities at Steinhoff, Saturn Oil + Gas, MorphoSys

  • Oil

The second-quarter reporting season is drawing to a close and was exceptionally strong. Earnings estimates had already been raised in the run-up to the quarter and were even exceeded again due to the economic recovery following the disastrous Corona year 2020. Looking at the forecasts of most companies for the full year, these were also raised. As a result, some stocks are facing a revaluation that the broader market has yet to realize.

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30. August 2021 | 11:10 CET | by Nico Popp

Teck Resources, GSP Resource, Standard Lithium: Thinking of the good times

  • Copper

The summer has caused a lethargic mood on the stock market. There are inflation concerns, and also, the pandemic is again leading to many hospitalizations in many countries. Nevertheless, the markets seem to have weathered the worst. The closer we get to fall, the more likely future issues will dominate the market again. Whenever issues of mobility or regenerative energy come up, commodities also come into play. We take a look at three shares related to popular commodities.

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27. August 2021 | 14:38 CET | by André Will-Laudien

wallstreet:online AG, AMC, GameStop, Robinhood - The hunting season has begun!

  • Investments

As of September 20, the DAX, like its French counterpart CAC, will be expanded to 40 stocks, which means that 10 new stocks will move into the focus of major fund managers. One or the other may have been surprised by this decision because, after all, Germany's 30 most valuable companies have reflected the development of the German economy very well for decades. However, international investors and funds appreciate more diversity, especially sector diversification. It is also hoped that the new insolvency clause will mean that criminal incidents, such as those involving Wirecard, will not have to be discussed at index level for long and will continue to affect derived derivatives for months afterward. Entry and exit criteria are also to change, from now on, minimum liquidity counts instead of trading turnover, and the Corporate Governance Code will become binding from September 2022. Modernization has been long overdue since Wirecard.

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27. August 2021 | 13:36 CET | by Nico Popp

LVMH, Diamcor Mining, Daimler: Enduring stocks from the luxury segment

  • Diamonds

Fancy watches, sparkling necklaces or a classy bag - in dreary times, people with money like to enjoy luxury items. Even though the Corona Crisis initially hurt the industry - after all, luxury goods are typically purchased while traveling - the sector is once again on the upswing. Asian customers, in particular, are keen to treat themselves. China's emerging middle class is so large that even large luxury companies are ringing the cash register. We take a look at three shares from the sector.

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27. August 2021 | 12:35 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Orocobre, Kodiak Copper, Infineon Technologies - Good for the climate, even better for your portfolio

  • Copper

Heat records and droughts on the one hand and heavy rainfall and flooding on the other - climate change is no longer an abstract threat but a reality. Speculating about the causes is idle. It is more important to tackle the problem. Phasing out coal-fired power generation by 2038? Much too late, experts criticize. And politicians are also slowly realizing that it is already five to twelve. That is why they are really stepping on the gas! We need to say goodbye to the combustion engine, decarbonize industrial production, and expand renewable energy sources. But this requires certain raw materials. Here are three companies with a bright future ahead of them.

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27. August 2021 | 11:53 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BioNTech, XPhyto, Moderna - Boosters for the portfolio

  • Biotechnology

Globally, infection numbers are rising dramatically due to the highly contagious Delta variant. According to the RKI, 12,626 new infections were reported in Germany alone, 4,226 more than a week ago. With the incidence rising above the authoritative level of 35, greater emphasis is again being placed on the rule, vaccinated, recovered or tested. As a result, demand for PCR or rapid tests is skyrocketing. Diagnostic companies, like vaccine producers, are in for a warm cash shower.

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27. August 2021 | 10:21 CET | by Armin Schulz

Alibaba, AdTiger, Baidu - Advertising market in digital transformation

  • Advertising

With the success of the Internet, there have been numerous shifts in analog advertising. Print sales are steadily declining because people are looking more and more to the Internet for information. Nowadays, younger people look more at their smartphones or tablets than at the TV. Efforts are being made to better integrate TV programming with content from the Internet because advertising is most profitable where people spend the most time. In Asia, in particular, companies are very progressive in the field of digital advertising. Therefore, we look at three companies from the Far East that have brought the advertising market to the Internet.

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26. August 2021 | 13:12 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Pure Extraction, Nikola, SFC Energy - Is Elon Musk wrong with his hydrogen forecast?

  • Hydrogen

On the subject of eMobility, Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Automotive, takes a clear position: In the future, cars and transport vehicles will be electric, and the energy they need will come from batteries. Any other solution is unthinkable for him, as he recently let slip in a mocking remark when asked about hydrogen as a fuel. But even Elon Musk is not always right. Many respected scientists around the world recognize the advantages of hydrogen technology. Particularly in combination with a fuel cell, the advantages of rapid refueling and trouble-free gas transport to even the remotest corners of the earth do not seem to be underestimated. These stocks benefit from the triumph of hydrogen technology!

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26. August 2021 | 12:15 CET | by Stefan Feulner

NanoRepro, Aztec Minerals, Xiaomi - The tension is rising

  • Gold

On Friday, the US Federal Reserve symposium gets underway in Jackson Hole. The strong recovery of the economy after the Corona lockdowns and the strong pick-up in inflation pointed to an end of unlimited bond purchases and the first interest rate hikes. But FED Chairman Jerome Powell sees the rise as temporary and is likely to be right. Rising infection figures due to the highly contagious Delta variant are throwing a spanner in the works of further economic growth. Thus, both Jackson Hole and the upcoming FED meeting are likely to be a non-event.

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26. August 2021 | 12:04 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Deutsche Rohstoff, Royal Dutch Shell, BP, Standard Lithium: Suddenly, oil is back!

  • Oil

Looking at the oil prices is really astonishing. Just last week, the price of a barrel was unwaveringly on its way down, with Brent crude even marking a 3-month low of USD 64.9 on the spot market. Then the direct reversal and a pronounced rally upwards to courses of USD 71.8 yesterday morning. The weaker US dollar and the dwindling fears of the Delta variant, which rages in China's major cities less than initially expected, are sought as reasons. As a result, the short-term demand worries have evaporated again. But another reason is also on the table: The events in Afghanistan are again bringing great unrest to an important oil and raw materials region. That pushes the prices further!

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26. August 2021 | 11:08 CET | by Fabian Lorenz

Lang & Schwarz, NEL, GSP Resource - Short-term or long-term rebound?

  • Copper

No annual general meeting, no dividend, in-house tax discovery and loss of confidence - the news from Lang & Schwarz on Tuesday could hardly have been more severe. Accordingly, the share price fell by more than 35% in after-hours trading. On Wednesday, the share price rebounded with a double-digit gain. But the possible involvement of the stockbroker in the Cum-Ex deal will certainly keep investors busy for longer. The NEL share also made significant gains on Wednesday. It benefited from an order and the generally friendly mood in the hydrogen sector. Copper specialist GSP Resource has been on the rise again for some time because the raw material could soon become scarce. When asking how sustainable the rebound is in each case, one should look at the details.

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26. August 2021 | 10:41 CET | by Nico Popp

BioNTech, Cardiol Therapeutics, Bayer: Where Covid-19 still provides returns

  • Biotechnology

The pandemic has not only brought losers. There is also a long list of winners. Starting with Amazon and Deutsche Post and ending with BioNTech. Before Corona, the latter Company was always considered a beacon of hope around mRNA technology. Then came the pandemic, and suddenly several small test balloons turned into a gigantic project as we know it today, with a successful outcome. We shed light on BioNTech and also focus on other potential winners of the pandemic.

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25. August 2021 | 13:48 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Abibaba, Aspermont, Teamviewer - The Big Data Analyst Boom!

  • Digitization

The market for information services has accelerated dramatically since the dawn of the mobile age. Whereas in the past, it was largely anonymous Internet users who were the first participants in the digital birth, today, the collection and processing of user-related data is the linchpin for every mobile service. The age of Big Data is the latest manifestation. Here information is collected and aggregated, which later flows into marketing campaigns or new services. Since 2007, the smartphone has ruled the digital business world. Never before have more user characteristics been offered for sale voluntarily and free of charge. The mobile customer has become a transparent consumer and today sees almost exclusively the content relevant to them on their device.

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25. August 2021 | 13:25 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BioNTech, Kainantu Resources, QIAGEN - A threatening development

  • Mining

Most recently, with the appearance of the highly infectious Delta variant, it is clear that the Corona pandemic is not over. Infection numbers are rising, and the fourth wave has reached Germany. To better prepare for the growing number of cases this fall and avoid another hard lockdown, policymakers are relying on greater use of Corona testing in addition to vaccination programs. The higher demand for testing, also considering the start of the new school year, is again making the coffers of diagnostics companies ring.

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25. August 2021 | 12:02 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Saturn Oil + Gas, Gazprom, K+S - Watch out: Single-digit P/E ratios here!

  • Oil

Several ratios exist to quickly understand whether a stock is cheap or expensive when analyzing stocks. The list of limitations why this is no more than a rule of thumb is long. The following companies with strong substance and good operating businesses are certified by analysts to have very low valuations with single-digit P/E ratios. Which stock has the greatest potential?

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25. August 2021 | 11:40 CET | by Armin Schulz

Nel ASA, dynaCERT, Steinhoff - Boost for the portfolio with turnaround candidates

  • Hydrogen

As the saying goes, the profit is in the purchase, but it is often not easy to determine the "bottom" on the stock market. Many factors need to be taken into account. First, there is the corporate sector and its sentiment. Is there fantasy? Is the market in trend? Then one should look at the fundamentals. Is there debt? Is the company making money? What is the sales growth, and what are the forecasts? After that, one can look at the varying analyst opinions and set up one's own rating system that awards points for different aspects. Using this checklist, one can quickly determine whether a company is attractive. In every portfolio there should be standard stocks, which make up the majority of the portfolio. A small part of the portfolio can be invested in speculative stocks, as they offer significant profits that can give the portfolio a boost. Today we take a closer look at three of these turnaround candidates.

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25. August 2021 | 10:51 CET | by Nico Popp

JinkoSolar, Blackrock Silver, Standard Lithium: The winners of the climate turnaround

  • Silver

Renewable energy is the essential key to climate neutrality. Even the solar energy that reaches the earth in just one hour would be enough to supply the world with electricity for a year. So it makes sense to tap into more of this energy. Since solar modules and photovoltaic systems currently produce around twenty times more energy over their lifetime than is needed to manufacture them, the approach pays off. We present three companies involved in renewable energies and highlight their current opportunities.

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24. August 2021 | 13:28 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Meta Materials, Xiaomi, SoftBank - Undiscovered potential!

  • Technology

Stagnation is regression. Companies that act too slowly in competition and can only adapt insufficiently to changing conditions lose out. Innovations are a path to success. Some innovations are so significant and far-reaching that a massive upheaval occurs with the technological leap achieved. Electricity and the Internet are well-known examples. AI, 5G, robotics and new materials will have changed our reality in just a few years. As new solutions, products and markets emerge, these stocks will benefit.

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24. August 2021 | 12:54 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Sixt, Memiontec, Volkswagen - Innovations with potential

  • Investments

Innovations open up new sectors of the economy and create jobs. The energy turnaround and the switch from fossil fuels to renewable energies encourage companies to adopt new innovations. In addition to climate protection, the subject of water treatment will undoubtedly make it onto the top priority lists of politicians in the next few decades. Innovative companies are already working to combat the problem of water scarcity. According to recent studies, 2.2 billion people do not have regular access to clean water, and the trend is rising.

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24. August 2021 | 12:46 CET | by Nico Popp

Gazprom, Central African Gold, Steinhoff: Dynamic opportunities arise here

  • Gold

In July, German consumer prices rose by 3.8%, the highest rate in almost thirty years. The Deutsche Bundesbank expects inflation to climb to around 5% this year. Such a devaluation of capital naturally puts savers under pressure. In addition to the conservative to speculative investments in commodities, which often rise in step with inflation, some investors are also considering speculative gambler stocks. We present three shares and assess their suitability as inflation investments.

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24. August 2021 | 11:27 CET | by Fabian Lorenz

BioNTech, Standard Lithium, Desert Gold - Before the breakout?

  • Gold

Following record highs, the stock markets consolidated last week. The same was true for high-flyer stocks BioNTech and Standard Lithium. Although investors continue to fear persistently high inflation, both companies can benefit from positive news and have started the new stock market week on a positive note. Thus, the lethargy is over and the old record highs are being targeted. Those who want to hedge against inflation fears should look at Desert Gold as a speculative alternative. The consolidation could soon be over for the gold explorer as well.

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24. August 2021 | 10:46 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Triumph Gold, Tencent, Baidu - China is making a big push!

  • Gold

While Western aid organizations are flying their staff out of Afghanistan, the political interests of direct neighbors of Afghanistan are increasing. At the crossroads of South Asia, Central Asia and the Middle East, the landlocked country borders Iran, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, the People's Republic of China and Pakistan. Three-quarters of the country consists of mountainous regions that are difficult to access. After the almost complete withdrawal of international troops, the new rulers announced the creation of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan. China sees itself as a possible savior of the first hour and wants to come to the shattered country's aid quickly. Of course, access to critical raw materials is at stake.

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23. August 2021 | 13:18 CET | by Armin Schulz

Plug Power, Enapter, Ballard Power - What is the future of hydrogen?

  • Hydrogen

In the passenger car sector, the battle for hydrogen fuel cells seems lost, as the entire automotive industry is focusing on the production of e-cars. In the commercial vehicle sector, there is still hope for the hydrogen industry. The prerequisite for this, however, is inexpensive hydrogen, and this is not yet available. Promises of subsidies due to climate protection for the hydrogen sector should give a boost, but the extreme overvaluation built up in shares from the hydrogen sector up to the end of January has not yet been completely eroded in some cases. After the FED indicated in its latest minutes that it would abandon its loose monetary policy, uncertainty is spreading among many North American hydrogen companies. Today, we take a look at three hydrogen companies.

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23. August 2021 | 12:25 CET | by André Will-Laudien

BioNTech, Defence Therapeutics, Dermapharm, NanoRepro - Vaccinate, Test, Treat!

  • Biotechnology

The vaccination rate in Germany is now just under 59% with complete second vaccination. The Ministry of Health had assumed a 70-80% rate by late summer. The situation has now changed, and the autumn in Germany will likely take place under different conditions. Since the beginning of August, the many travelers returning home have had to undergo a test at the entry border to Germany. Presumably, the number of infections will also rise again, making testing mandatory for social life. Vaccination and testing, therefore, remain ongoing issues for the capital markets.

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23. August 2021 | 12:00 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

BHP, Silver Viper Minerals, Yamana Gold - React now before it is too late!

  • Silver

Capital markets are complex. The economy, interest rates, currencies and commodity prices determine the big picture. Then, of course, the industry situation and a company's individual situation play a significant role. Ultimately, it is a matter of acting with foresight and taking advantage of possible temporary mispricings. Opportunities arise when company announcements are processed in the share prices with a certain time lag. That is why you should take a closer look at these three stocks now.

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23. August 2021 | 11:03 CET | by Nico Popp

Rheinmetall, Defense Metals, NEL: What can work in this market

  • RareEarths

The current events in Afghanistan show that countries will have to invest in their defense in the future in order to meet geostrategic requirements. Currently, the Bundeswehr is fighting tooth and nail against bureaucracy and time to save as many Germans or local forces and their families as possible from the Taliban. Modern equipment is just as necessary for this as efficient decision-making chains. In this article, we look at two defense-related companies and conclude with the current situation with NEL's hydrogen stock.

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23. August 2021 | 10:20 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Palantir, Troilus Gold, Nikola - Protection from black swans

  • Gold

Discussions to end the ultra-loose monetary policy of both the FED and the ECB and a reduction in monthly bond purchases are currently in full swing. Fears of possible interest rate hikes due to rising inflation recently sent the gold price into flash crash mode. In the process, the precious metal lost more than USD 100 per ounce overnight and stopped short of marking a new low for the year. Since then, the crisis currency has stabilized again and could generate a new buy signal in the short term. In the long-term, gold is likely to shine brightly again due to the current framework data.

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20. August 2021 | 13:36 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Standard Lithium, Aztec Minerals, Orocobre - Take advantage of trading opportunities!

  • Gold

Raw materials are a prerequisite for any kind of production. The more there is produced, the more raw materials are needed. Precious metals are also suitable as an investment. Historically, they are always in demand when inflation rises. Commodity prices are thus subject to many factors. Some of which can neutralize each other, and some of which can reinforce each other. For example, the persistently high inflation of over 5% in the USA speaks for an increasing flight of investors into precious metals and, thus, rising commodity prices. While at the same time, the semiconductor crisis, which is currently occurring, is causing production cutbacks and idle assembly lines. That means that fewer raw materials are needed, which in turn puts pressure on prices. What is the best strategy now and which share has the greatest potential?

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20. August 2021 | 13:28 CET | by André Will-Laudien

TUI, Troilus Gold, Lufthansa - The golden summer of travel!

  • Gold

The "Second Summer with Corona" has seen a resurgence in international travel, even though not all corners of the globe have returned to pre-pandemic levels. At least, however, the lockdowns have largely disappeared, restaurants are open again, and cultural life is gradually returning. The travel industry is experiencing this period in different ways. For example, first, there were problems with the allotments due to many hotel bankruptcies, but then these were increased at short notice and ultimately, special promotions had to be called to sell them off. In the end, price increases could not be implemented. People's travel behavior is changing in the long term, as is society as a whole. The travel industry is, therefore, seemingly only at the beginning of a far-reaching structural change.

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20. August 2021 | 12:44 CET | by Armin Schulz

Barrick Gold, Desert Gold, K+S - Dark clouds everywhere?

  • Gold

Since the publication of the July minutes of the FED meeting, the indices have been going down. Investors do not like that the minutes held out the prospect of a possible end to the financial stimulus at the end of the year. The inflation rate in the US was 5.4%, as in the previous month, and currently remains high. Following the port closure in China, it can be assumed that supply chains will continue to be disrupted. In addition, the Delta variant is causing rising incidences. Therefore, the market is currently nervous and anticipates a possible correction. Gold is still popular as an inflation hedge. We look at three companies today and see if dark clouds are gathering there too.

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20. August 2021 | 11:14 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Geely, GSP Resource, Nel ASA - Taking advantage of the correction

  • Copper

After a ten-year high of over USD 10,500 per ton, copper is correcting and is currently scratching the USD 9,000 mark. In the short term, there is a favorable entry opportunity to participate in the next supercycle. Copper is the base metal of the energy transition. The high demand due to the switch to renewable energy sources is already being offset by an extremely tight supply. The result is rising prices in the long term.

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20. August 2021 | 10:47 CET | by Nico Popp

Volkswagen, dynaCERT, BYD: Sudden turnaround ahead?

  • Hydrogen

When Volkswagen CEO Herbert Diess visits Markus Lanz's talk show, the corporate leader exudes an esprit that almost comes close to celebrity founders from the USA. Even if a comparison with Elon Musk would be far-fetched - they seem more modern and flexible, the managers of German corporations. This flexibility is probably also necessary to lead huge corporations into the future in a time of change. The challenges are great: In addition to the uncertainty about the future, numerous smaller companies are also digging in their heels and want to wrest market shares from the big players. We take a look at three stocks that focus on the future of mobility.

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19. August 2021 | 13:27 CET | by André Will-Laudien

BYD, Fisker, Kodiak Copper, E.ON: Copper remains the linchpin!

  • Copper

According to the Paris Protocol, the implementation of the climate targets is based on the conversion to electric drives, the use of renewable energies, and sustainable raw material management. In addition to the development of new raw material deposits, especially in the field of battery metals, the topic of recycling is coming up. Here, too, it is crucial which resources are used to recover the metals. Currently, some copper projects are under development, but it will take 2-3 years before they can deliver. Part of the whole castling will also be the power companies because they have to provide the planned power purchase for the coming years, and this could be tight, especially for Germany.

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19. August 2021 | 12:35 CET | by Fabian Lorenz

First Majestic, Palantir, Silver Viper - Precious metals - The calm before the storm?

  • Silver

After the flash crashes, calm has returned to gold and silver. Is it just the calm before the storm? Currently, gold is working its way through resistance in the USD 1,790 area. Between USD 1,830 and USD 1,840 would then be the next critical zone. The purchase of gold by Palantir is raising eyebrows. Interesting: The tech company specializes in the use of big data to predict future developments. So does it know more? In addition, First Majestic has published strong figures, and junior explorer Silver Viper convinces with drilling success and takeover fantasy.

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19. August 2021 | 12:13 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Conico, First Majestic Silver, VW - This moves the prices!

  • Mining

The stock markets are trading near their all-time highs. The high inflation rates cause only selective worries. The crisis currency gold is in waiting mode. The economy is recovering, but some sectors are still experiencing supply bottlenecks, which in some cases are severely disrupting activity. In this mixed situation, which stocks are worth a closer look?

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19. August 2021 | 11:37 CET | by Stefan Feulner

JinkoSolar, Central African Gold, NIO - Energy transition opportunity

  • Gold

With decarbonization and the drive to achieve carbon neutrality, the world is changing. There is a push for electrification and a shift away from fossil fuels. Transitions create opportunities. This transition will require massive additional quantities of copper, cobalt and nickel, whether for electric vehicles, solar, hydro or wind technologies. New industries are emerging that are still in the early stages of a long-term transformation. Seize the opportunity!

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19. August 2021 | 10:24 CET | by Nico Popp

Barrick Gold, Triumph Gold, K+S: Here comes inflation insurance

  • Gold

Inflation remains an issue, but the major central banks have not yet curtailed expansionary measures. As a result, there is an increasing risk that price increases will develop their own momentum and become inflation. Although inflation is a signal of a booming economy, sharply rising producer prices are already causing long faces at some industrial companies - after all, margins are shrinking as a result. Reason enough to look at insurances against inflation. We present three companies.

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18. August 2021 | 13:24 CET | by Armin Schulz

Newmont, Sitka Gold, Royal Dutch Shell - Commodity prices to rise further

  • Gold

Research conducted in July with 1,000 European companies found that all respondents expect commodity prices to continue to rise. In part, these price increases we have seen over the past year are due to the Corona Pandemic. During the lockdown, production of raw materials was shut down, and when demand suddenly increased noticeably, they were not prepared for it. Supply chains are still disrupted today. But thanks to rising vaccination rates, the economy is picking up again in many parts of the world. Demand for oil remains high in the long term, and gold is still in its long-term uptrend despite the short-term sell-off.

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18. August 2021 | 12:07 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

wallstreet:online, Lang & Schwarz, MorphoSys - Long or Short?

  • Investments

(Neo) Brokers and securities trading banks have been achieving record profits for several quarters. Many new investors have discovered the stock market for themselves. The prices seem to know only one direction. In an environment with low-interest rates and, in some cases, zero order fees, this is leading to unprecedented transaction volumes. Who are the winners?

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18. August 2021 | 11:37 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Nel ASA, Enapter, Nordex - Highly acclaimed and deeply fallen

  • Hydrogen

The euphoria around renewable energy shares was huge last year. Companies from the hydrogen, wind energy or electromobility sectors were able to multiply and reached valuations that they would never justify in the next few years. This run was fueled by billion-dollar programs to promote the energy turnaround by politicians. A market shakeout has been underway for months. Which stocks are now promising and which have further correction potential?

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18. August 2021 | 10:47 CET | by Nico Popp

JinkoSolar, Meta Materials, Deutsche Telekom: This technology revolutionizes (almost) everything

  • Technology

You do not have to be a visionary to predict that the world will spin even faster in the next ten years than it has in the past ten. What that means is clear: The changes will be huge. Above all, the major trends of climate protection and digitization will continue to change the world. Companies that are engaged in and around these trends offer great opportunities. We present three stocks.

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18. August 2021 | 10:43 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Bayer, Cardiol Therapeutics, CureVac: The Champions League of Bio-Pharma!

  • Biotechnology

Biopharmaceutics is the first port of call in the fight against a wide range of diseases. It studies the relationship between drugs and excipients' chemical and physical properties and their form of administration in a living organism. Biological effectiveness results from the entry of the drug into the diseased organism, its distribution in tissues, and the chemical reaction called metabolism. When dealing with recent pandemics, good advice is expensive, and research into pharmaceuticals costs billions. When an active ingredient is found and registered, the patent clock starts ticking for the inventor. As a result, the hope of the biopharmaceutical company is to remain the sole provider in their healing segment for as long as possible.

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17. August 2021 | 13:01 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Barrick Gold, Blackrock Silver, Glencore - Inflation is coming and commodities are taking off!

  • Silver

In recent months, it has become clear to investors that the global economy will have to contend with price increases after the pandemic. The greatest inflationary pressure comes from scarce raw materials, especially for high-tech industrial goods. The trend toward climate protection is forcing the industry to adapt its manufacturing processes to conserve resources. It requires investment in new equipment, filter systems and more efficient energy use. Explorers and mature commodity companies face different challenges: they now have to invest intelligently in future projects without certainty of how high the demand will be in 5-10 years and at what prices they can sell then. It is all a question of foresight and the validity of mathematical models!

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17. August 2021 | 12:32 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Deutsche Telekom, Quantum eMotion, Bechtle - The next big thing

  • cybersecurity

The lockdowns due to the Corona pandemic and working from home were a ready-made meal for cybercriminals. The rapid build-up of new technology such as laptops, software or networks caused significant security gaps that hackers used to increase their activities. The damage to the German economy is considerable. At an estimated EUR 220 billion in 2020, it is twice as high as in previous years. An end to this trend is not expected. However, more and more young technology companies are emerging that want to participate in the billion-euro cybersecurity market. Be there from the start.

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17. August 2021 | 11:32 CET | by Fabian Lorenz

Varta, Nordex, Saturn Oil & Gas - Buy or Sell?

  • Oil

It was a generally positive week on the stock market last week; however, things seem to be more unsettled this week. After the jump above the 16,000 point mark in the DAX, profit-taking is to be expected. On Monday, negative news from Asia weighed in on the mood: In China, the retail and industry's economic data were weaker than expected. In addition, the spread of the Delta variant of the Covid-19 virus is worrying market participants. On the corporate side, analysts are speaking out. Varta, for example, has failed to meet expectations, and the forecast hangs on Apple. In contrast, the shares of Nordex and Saturn Oil & Gas have been recommended as a buy. A 200% price potential beckons.

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17. August 2021 | 11:12 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Memiontec, Bayer, Aurubis - Do not miss this trend!

  • Investments

According to estimates by some experts, water demand will already exceed supply by 40% in 2030. That is a dramatic forecast and should wake us up. Of course, climate change is an influencing factor. The increasing water consumption of agriculture in the wake of the growing population presents us with major challenges. In addition, water treatment plays a central role. Some promising investment ideas can be derived from the scarcity problem of the vital resource water.

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17. August 2021 | 10:05 CET | by Nico Popp

Deutsche Bank, Aspermont, Tencent: Where the tech boom starts

  • Digitization

Those who want to make money tend to look to industries where a lot of money is also turned over. Classic sectors are banking or real estate. But things are also going well in manufacturing: Those who have unique products worldwide are happy about high margins. Particularly in technological change, this also includes commodities - as the name already says, there is no business without these goods. We present stocks related to finance, technology and commodities and highlight a value that can be considered an insider tip.

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16. August 2021 | 13:27 CET | by Armin Schulz

BioNTech, XPhyto Therapeutics, Siemens Healthineers - Corona has triggered a boom

  • Biotechnology

While many companies have suffered greatly from the Corona pandemic, there are also a number of winners. First and foremost, vaccine manufacturers but also diagnostics companies experienced substantial growth rates in sales. Irrespective of Corona, it is increasingly crucial for the healthcare sector to push ahead with digitization, especially in diagnostics. Here, digitization offers the opportunity to significantly increase the quality and speed of diagnoses through artificial intelligence. Time, in particular, is an important factor here. Today, we take a closer look at three beneficiaries of the Corona Crisis.

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16. August 2021 | 12:41 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Alcoa, FYI Resources, Varta, Nordex - Ready for takeoff in the high-tech sector?

  • Commodities

The current climate trend makes a necessity obvious - our planet needs relief from CO2 and further investments in sustainable energy generation. Global warming is already well advanced, and we will likely no longer stop the dangerous basic trend. Therefore, the decisive factor for our future actions remains the "impact", i.e. the intensity and quantity of the production of pollutants. Many companies have already taken hold of the baton and are converting their processes, while others are trapped in old operating procedures and are acquiring pollution certificates. The industrial value chain starts with explorers and mining companies, followed by the basic materials industry. We look at some representatives of this supply chain.

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16. August 2021 | 12:04 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Freenet, Deutsche Rohstoff, Palantir - The clock is ticking

  • Oil

The German parliamentary elections are on September 26, which means there are just under 6 weeks left in which Baerbock, Laschet and Scholz vie for the favor of voters. Climate protection is one of the most important campaign issues. If you look at the party programs, the energy transition enjoys the highest priority among the Greens. They plan an immediate climate protection program that will quickly initiate effective measures in all areas and remove obstacles to expanding renewable energies. To this end, the Climate Protection Act is to be tightened up. Emissions will be reduced by 70% by 2030, and Germany will be climate-neutral by 2035. It should already be clear to every German citizen entitled to vote that much of what is planned in theory can hardly be implemented, or at least not within the specified timeframe.

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16. August 2021 | 11:20 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Defence Therapeutics, Moderna, Evotec - Bet on the front-runners!

  • Biotechnology

Health is our most important asset. Biotech companies that protect it save not only human lives but also reap high profits. The price development of many biotech stocks over the past few months has been breathtaking. Investors are advised to focus on the frontrunners, as the market position gained as a first mover, the leadership position in a niche or innovative solution, will enable the companies to keep their competitors at bay for a long time to come.

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16. August 2021 | 10:16 CET | by Nico Popp

NEL, Pure Extraction, Deutsche Post: Hydrogen becomes practical

  • Hydrogen

The Union's candidate for chancellor and CDU chairman Armin Laschet only received a loud laugh when he asked Tesla boss Elon Musk about the chances for hydrogen as a fuel for cars. The question is entirely justified. Although the trend for cars is clearly towards electric vehicles, hydrogen could be the solution for delivery vans, trucks or ships. Reason enough to take a closer look at participating companies and potential customers.

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13. August 2021 | 12:36 CET | by André Will-Laudien

NEL, dynaCERT, FuelCell Energy, Plug Power - Is hydrogen about to explode next?

  • Hydrogen

Not only is the EU tightening its climate targets, but around the globe, more and more countries are decarbonizing their economies. The subject of hydrogen is providing the rainmaking impetus for discussion. Since the closing of ranks on e-mobility, however, it is no longer the focus of attention. However, according to the World Energy Council (WEC) analysis, at least 20 countries that account for almost half of global economic output have adopted a national hydrogen strategy or are at least close to doing so. Leading the way are Japan, France, South Korea, the Netherlands, Australia, Norway, Spain and Portugal. But Russia, China, Morocco and the USA are also working on their strategies. Australia and China are leading the way, while Europe and the Middle East are already doing a lot. We take a look at the premier league of H2 values.

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13. August 2021 | 12:21 CET | by Armin Schulz

Alibaba, Kainantu Resources, JinkoSolar - Asia as a global economic engine

  • Gold

Asia's influence on the global economy has been growing for years. On the one hand, as a sales market - Germany now transports 16% of its exports to Asia - on the other hand, its share of the world's gross domestic product is increasing. In 2019, 71% of global economic growth came from the Asia-Pacific region. Exports also contributed to this. Almost twice as much was exported to Germany in 2019 as ten years earlier. This year, economic growth in Asia will again be higher than in the rest of the world. This is primarily due to China. Today we are therefore highlighting three companies from the Asia-Pacific region.

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13. August 2021 | 11:39 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Steinhoff, Kodiak Copper, NIO - At the beginning of the trend

  • Copper

Rising inflation is making living more expensive. The culprit for the increase - in Germany, consumer prices rose by 3.8% in July compared to the same month last year - is increasingly expensive raw materials. In addition to agricultural commodities such as corn and wheat, metals in particular, which are urgently needed for the energy transition, are going through the roof. There is no end in sight to the price increase here; economists are already talking about a supercycle lasting years.

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13. August 2021 | 10:34 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Desert Gold, Barrick Gold, Nordex - These are the winners!

  • Gold

Even if inflation in the US has fallen slightly compared to the previous month, it is still at a high level of over 5%. This cannot be explained away. Despite all efforts of central bankers worldwide to regard the high inflation as only a temporary phenomenon, it is more advisable to adjust to the more realistic scenario of a persistently high inflation rate. To protect oneself as an investor against the loss of purchasing power, it helps to invest in tangible assets such as shares, real estate and commodities. With the following three companies, investors have good cards to be on the winning side.

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12. August 2021 | 13:42 CET | by Stefan Feulner

ThyssenKrupp, Triumph Gold, Evotec - Growth before inflation

  • Gold

After the disastrous Corona year 2020 filled with profit slumps, the economy is coming back to life. The quarterly figures currently being reported indicate rising returns once again and thus an end to the dry spell. However, the inflation rate is also rising enormously; in Germany, it jumped to its highest level in almost 30 years, according to the Federal Statistical Office. Growth and job creation take precedence over price stability - a dangerous undertaking for the future. The central banks are being challenged.

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12. August 2021 | 12:21 CET | by Fabian Lorenz

Varta, Barrick Gold, Aztec Minerals - Before the showdown!

  • Gold

There is currently no sign of summer doldrums on the capital markets. Not only BioNTech is exploding, shares of lithium and battery producers are also rising strongly. On the other hand, the gold price is going crazy: After better-than-expected data from the US labor market, the gold price buckled significantly at the start of the week and has only recovered slightly so far. Nevertheless, the industry has positive news: heavyweight Barrick Gold increases profits, and at Explorer Aztec Minerals, investors ask when the knot will burst? The battery specialist Varta is also exciting at the moment, and Friday will be a showdown.

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12. August 2021 | 11:25 CET | by André Will-Laudien

BASF, Meta Materials, IBU-Tec, SGL Carbon - Materials that dreams are made of!

  • Investments

Whether e-mobility, aircraft technology or renewable energies - there are inherent scarcities and political implications in many high-tech materials essential for the German economy and future and resource-efficient technologies. Their production and further processing cost a lot of precious energy, and not all environmental or health impacts have been clarified. Mining companies and processing industries are therefore required to observe sustainability principles and not just implement them on paper. Some companies take a proactive approach to this issue, while others must first be forced into line politically. We take a look at some of the protagonists.

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12. August 2021 | 10:31 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Enapter, Nel, SFC Energy - A new chapter in the hydrogen revolution

  • Hydrogen

The energy revolution needs hydrogen solutions. The road from innovations and first prototypes to mass production and relevant market shares is long. However, the stock market is already rewarding the potential of one or two companies. The companies that can successfully offer solutions will later operate in a market worth billions. Which horse should investors back in this growth industry?

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11. August 2021 | 13:25 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Deutsche Rohstoff, Robinhood, KUKA - Watch out: This is where the action is!

  • Oil

A positive stock market environment, good company development, positive newsflow, and favorable company valuation form the perfect basis for investing in a stock. Sometimes it takes a little longer for the market to put one and one together - this is exactly the opportunity for forward-looking and informed investors. Which stock has the greatest potential?

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11. August 2021 | 12:20 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Coinbase, Almonty, Infineon - Deals for the Future

  • Tungsten

"Thinking about Tomorrow Today" is a quote that not only corporate leaders need to follow when it comes to establishing new business models to secure the future. It also applies to the energy transition. What use are ever more sharply formulated climate targets by politicians if it is not even certain at the moment where the scarce raw materials for the production of renewable energies such as electromobility, photovoltaics or wind power are to be obtained from over the next few years. The companies that have already thought about tomorrow are therefore becoming the new stars on the stock market.

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11. August 2021 | 11:16 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Standard Lithium, Defense Metals, Gazprom - This bottleneck costs real money!

  • RareEarths

Electromobility is becoming increasingly important for the energy transition in transportation. And with it the research, development and production of batteries, especially in Germany as a high-tech location. In addition to performance, the sustainability of batteries plays a decisive role. In particular, this includes fair and sustainable sourcing of raw materials, a high proportion of renewable energies, and optimal energy efficiency in production. Completing the battery cycle would be intelligent reuse and a closed resource cycle through recycling. Some metals on this earth are extremely scarce and rarely occur in nature. They take on a strategic dimension in the context of climate protection.

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11. August 2021 | 10:28 CET | by Armin Schulz

Nel ASA, First Hydrogen, Plug Power - Hydrogen market awaits impetus

  • Hydrogen

Since sustainability and climate protection have come more and more into focus, the hype around hydrogen stocks has also been in full swing. This rally in almost all stocks continued until the end of January. Some of the company valuations were astronomically high. Since investors have been looking more at key figures, the share prices of hydrogen companies have been falling. The key objective is to lower the cost of hydrogen. That would make it economically viable, and the share prices of companies in the hydrogen market would rise significantly again. Currently, the market is waiting for impetus. A lot of funding is being made available in Europe and the USA for hydrogen development. Today we take a closer look at whether there is already impetus from the companies.

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10. August 2021 | 14:29 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Troilus Gold, Barrick Gold, Vonovia - Where does the correction offer the greatest opportunities?

  • Gold

Good US labor market data have made voices for an exit from the extremely loose monetary policy of the US Federal Reserve louder again. As a result, the US dollar strengthened and the prices of gold and silver weakened. From a chart perspective, prices of around USD 1680 for gold appear realistic in the short term, accompanied by high volatility. Such setbacks offer good trading and investment opportunities in first-class gold stocks. Who is ahead?

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10. August 2021 | 12:45 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Nordex, Saturn Oil & Gas, BP - Pressure on the pipeline

  • Oil

Despite record figures from Saudi oil giant Saudi Aramco, with profits quadrupling in the last quarter, the oil price fell more than 4% due to resurgent concerns over the Corona pandemic. A correction is more than healthy after a price quadrupling and the brilliant recovery rally since the crash in the spring. Experts see black gold beyond the USD 100 mark in the long term, despite the energy transition and the switch from fossil fuels to renewables.

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10. August 2021 | 11:57 CET | by Fabian Lorenz

Hot autumn for BioNTech, NanoRepro and XPhyto: Nothing works without testing and vaccination

  • Biotechnology

Shares of Corona vaccine and test manufacturers are in for a hot fall. Summer is drawing to a close, and the Delta variant is hard to stop. Calls for stricter measures are growing. Politicians are calling for vaccination premiums and mandatory testing for travelers returning home. The 1st FC Cologne recently announced that it would only allow vaccinated people into the stadium. BioNTech, NanoRepro and XPhyto are among the beneficiaries of this development. The latter Company could also benefit from demands from politicians. SPD health expert Karl Lauterbach called for mandatory "PCR" testing for unvaccinated people before visiting restaurants.

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10. August 2021 | 10:29 CET | by André Will-Laudien

SAP, AdTiger, TeamViewer - Digitization remains the trump card!

  • Digitization

Whether with one's smartphone, at the supermarket checkout or on our PC - the Internet is present every day. On average, we use our or other mobile devices and PCs 20 times a day for search processes, social media, work access or shopping transactions. The number of Internet users worldwide has risen continuously and amounted to around 4.1 billion in 2020, which means that the number of online users has increased globally by about 125% percent within ten years. At the beginning of 2021, Asia is estimated to have been the region with the most Internet users, namely 2.7 billion. EMEA followed at a great distance with around 750 million, but North America represents the region with the highest proportion of Internet users. The estimated penetration rate there was about 92%, while Europe is currently at 81%. Asia still ranks well below the global average at around 63%. Today, we are looking at well-known players in the digital market.

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09. August 2021 | 13:29 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Varta, Carnavale Resources, Airbus - High tech in a bind - Metals are scarce!

  • Commodities

Currently, metal prices are not calming down! That puts pressure on the supply chains. Many companies are struggling with their inventories at the moment. If too much is ordered, the shelves could overflow due to delays in completion and cause extreme costs later on because high working capital is a margin killer for the industry. But the problem is also more topical in nature. There are many orders on hand, but essential components such as chips are unavailable, causing sales to decline, despite full order books. Conversely: When everything returns to normal, prices for metals will probably have to correct sharply again because no one will order more because of full warehouses - a real dilemma for mines and industrial customers alike.

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09. August 2021 | 12:14 CET | by Armin Schulz

BYD, GSP Resource, Standard Lithium - Lithium hype, but do not forget copper

  • Copper

In recent weeks, real hype has broken out around lithium. It is said that lithium producers cannot adapt to demand so quickly. Due to the radical change of course in the automotive industry away from the combustion engine to the e-car, the demand for lithium will increase considerably. The price of lithium has already doubled from USD 5,000 to USD 10,000. It is expected that demand will increase by 300%. It should not be forgotten that copper is also essential for the switch to e-mobility. But it is not just in that sector that the demand for copper is increasing; worldwide, more and more people are gaining access to electricity. Today, we look at BYD, a manufacturer of e-vehicles, and two potential suppliers of copper and lithium.

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09. August 2021 | 11:24 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Plug Power, Silver Viper, Xiaomi - The pressure is mounting

  • Silver

The Federal Reserve is in a tight spot. Due to positive labor market data, the US economy has created more jobs in July than at any time in a year; the bulk of market participants expect a swing in monetary policy soon. Due to the fear of interest rate hikes, the precious metals gold and silver fell drastically. But are the monetary authorities even in a position to raise interest rates significantly due to the general conditions? Probably not, which should cause both gold and silver prices to soar in the long term.

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09. August 2021 | 10:19 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Diamcor Mining, Rio Tinto, Siemens - Tailwind

  • Diamonds

Diamonds have a number of unique properties, which means that they are in demand in the jewelry sector and industry in particular. Diamonds are considered the hardest material of all; they can withstand high thermal stress and strong electrical resistance. For these reasons, diamonds are sought after in laser technology, in semiconductors, and for a wide range of electronic components. The world's largest diamond producers include Russia, Africa and Australia. Many industry experts expect that current known global diamond production will be insufficient to meet growing demand from China and India. We have three exciting investment ideas in store.

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06. August 2021 | 13:14 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Bayer, Blackrock Silver, Siemens - Confidence is rising

  • Silver

After the months-long Corona lockdowns, the increasing desire for sports makes sporting goods manufacturer Adidas optimistic for the future. Online retailer Zalando also grew strongly in the second quarter, confirming growth forecasts. Companies' optimism is also reflected in the DAX, which could take a run-up to new highs for the year and the historic mark of 16,000 points, despite the summer months.

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06. August 2021 | 12:12 CET | by Armin Schulz

Allianz, wallstreet:online, Commerzbank - DAX on the way to an all-time high?

  • Investments

Can anything at all shake the DAX? Neither the expansive monetary policy of the European Central Bank and the resulting inflation can slow down the DAX, nor Corona or the flood disaster. The IFO business climate or purchasing manager index also shows a positive picture. Looking to America, where most companies have already announced their figures, most have not disappointed. Currently, there is a stock market lull due to the summer months. September is statistically often the weakest month of the year. So one should be on guard. If there is a subsequent lockdown, the tide may turn - at least in the short term.

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06. August 2021 | 11:07 CET | by André Will-Laudien

BioNTech, Formycon, Aztec Minerals, NanoRepro - Rollercoaster rides in the summer lull!

  • Commodities

Summer lull and total standstill! Who has not just invested in BioNTech or Northern Data feels barely any movement in the portfolio. The stock exchanges are rehearsing the standstill, somehow nothing is going up, but this does not mean that things have to fall. Old sayings such as "What goes up, must come down!" have already been outdated for some time. For some stocks, the fantasy lasts endlessly; for other former hype candidates, the rally ends in the shredder. The hydrogen stock Nel has now lost 20% in one week. Many will say no problem because the stock market darling stands on a 3-year view still over 300% in the plus. Just someone probably has his initial investment above EUR 3. We keep trying with selective ideas.

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06. August 2021 | 10:27 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Pure Extraction, Ballard Power, TotalEnergies - Hydrogen: New Opportunities!

  • Hydrogen

Hydrogen is an excellent alternative to battery-powered vehicles. A hydrogen car can be refueled in less than 5 minutes and still achieve long ranges of 400 to 650 kilometers. The fuel cell generates the electricity for the electric drive on board through the reaction of hydrogen with atmospheric oxygen. The by-products are heat and water, but no local emissions. The technology clearly scores with a high system efficiency of around 60%. The fuel cell is thus a much more efficient drive than a combustion engine, which has an efficiency of only 20 to 30%. We show you how you can benefit from the hydrogen revolution.

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05. August 2021 | 13:41 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Commerzbank, Troilus Gold, Allianz - The bubble bursts!

  • Gold

Rising consumer prices are belatedly arriving in Germany. At 3.8%, these were higher in July than at any time since the fall of 2018. And inflation is also likely to pick up further due to rising commodity prices. Instead of raising interest rates and reducing bond runs, the European Central Bank sticks to its ultra-loose monetary policy. The high rates of price increases are said to be temporary and due to special factors. What to do as a saver when expropriation threatens? Take precautions against the worst-case scenario.

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05. August 2021 | 12:45 CET | by André Will-Laudien

TUI, GSP Resource, NEL - The volcano starts to smoke!

  • Copper

Chart analysis is a popular tool among traders and investors to optimize trading in securities or derivatives. The goal is to forecast future price developments based on charting techniques. However, there is a need to remember that under the assumption of efficient market theory, a chart already contains all the available information. Unfortunately, there are as big misunderstandings in chart interpretation as in fundamental analysis. In charts, formations may or may not indicate a breakout, whereas fundamental information has historical and future significance. In all assumptions, we naturally assume that the stock market is always right, meaning that the current price reflects the Company's value at any point in time. But that does not make the decision any easier!

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05. August 2021 | 11:26 CET | by Stefan Feulner

NIO, AdTiger, Alibaba - Opportunity China

  • Investments

To ensure data security, cross-border data flow and management of confidential information of Chinese companies whose shares are traded abroad, tech companies, in particular, came into the focus of Chinese regulators. A sell-off followed the uncertainty in related stocks. Companies such as Baidu, Tencent or Alibaba lost disproportionately and offer attractive long-term entry opportunities at the corrected level.

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05. August 2021 | 10:29 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

JinkoSolar, Kainantu Resources, SoftBank - These stocks will rise!

  • Gold

The economic outlook for Asian economies is quite varied. The picture is differentiated depending on containment measures, the speed and effectiveness of vaccine deployment, external demand, and a range of economic policy conditions. The IMF forecasts economic growth of 8.2% for the People's Republic of China in the current year. Growth of 5.1% is forecast for Singapore. The IMF believes that Japan will only achieve economic growth of 2.3% in the current year, while the government itself has formulated an increase of up to 4%. With the following companies, you can profit from the expansion of the Asian markets.

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04. August 2021 | 13:12 CET | by Armin Schulz

Alibaba, Memiontec, Tencent - China, the upcoming super economic power

  • Investments

China defied the pandemic in 2020. In contrast to all other industrialized nations, some of whose economies suffered considerable losses, China's economic growth increased. By 2028 at the latest, China will be the world's largest economy. Today, the country is already the leading trading partner for many countries, such as Germany, Japan and Australia. China used to copy Western products, but today it is on par technologically, both in terms of artificial intelligence and 5G. The Asian continent has other up-and-coming countries, such as Singapore. We should not forget Japan in particular, which is the third-largest economy. So we will take a look at three companies from the Asian region.

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04. August 2021 | 12:21 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Evotec, Barsele Minerals, Nikola - When will the starting signal follow?

  • Gold

It has become quiet on the gold market. After the emerging fears of possible interest rate hikes due to rising inflation, the precious yellow metal remains in the range of around USD 1,800 per ounce. The price should be significantly higher due to the continued ultra-loose monetary policy of the central banks and the highs in government debt. Given that a slowdown in bond purchases or even larger interest rate hikes is hardly possible, a rise in the gold price can barely be avoided in the long term. The opportunity for an anticyclical entry is still given.

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04. August 2021 | 11:54 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BMW, NSJ Gold, Infineon - Enormous demand

  • Gold

In recent months, the shortage of semiconductors has been a major headache for the manufacturing sector, especially for carmakers. Production losses and short-time work were the result of the global shortage. There seems to be no improvement in sight. Leading chip manufacturer Intel expects the chip shortage to worsen in the coming months and does not expect the situation to ease for at least two years. There is a similar shortage of raw materials for the energy transition. Position yourself in good time.

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04. August 2021 | 11:23 CET | by André Will-Laudien

MorphoSys, Defence Therapeutics, BioNTech, Pfizer - The next biotech explosion!

  • Biotechnology

Infectious diseases are diseases transmitted by pathogens such as bacteria, viruses or fungi. Depending on which organs and body parts they affect, they can cause very different symptoms. In Covid-19, we are dealing with a problematic initial situation because not every infected person has apparent symptoms at all. Moreover, the virus can also be transmitted from vaccinated individuals to the next host without any problems. That shows the high relevance of testing, despite increasing vaccination rates. On the one hand, the biotech sector is concerned with diagnostic procedures and, on the other hand, with suitable vaccinations to best prepare our immune system for the fight. In the current pandemic, the coming winter will also indicate the overall effectiveness of vaccines.

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04. August 2021 | 11:10 CET | by André Will-Laudien

XPhyto Therapeutics - Groundbreaking diagnostic platforms of the future

  • Biotechnology
  • Pharma

The number of infectious diseases that we humans are fighting today has increased significantly in recent decades, not just because they have become known and researched. Increasingly frequent variants and neoplasms have also led in turn to entirely new disease patterns. An important area upstream of the medical sector is the large diagnostics market. The umbrella term of diagnostics is used in particular in the context of the detection and differentiation of diseases. This is referred to as clinical diagnostics. Many test and diagnostic procedures are assigned to the bioscience sector since studies must first prove their exact validity. Worldwide, more than 10,000 companies are involved in symptom research, the detection, screening and analysis of the diagnosis of diseases.

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04. August 2021 | 10:11 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Defense Metals, BYD, Nordex - Buy the trend!

  • RareEarths

Whether a laptop, cell phone, electric motor or wind turbine - rare earths are an indispensable raw material for producing all these goods. The megatrends of electromobility and renewable energies, in particular, are fuelling demand. Motors for electric vehicles and generators for wind power plants require powerful permanent magnets, and this is where rare earths such as neodymium and dysprosium come into play. We show you how to profit from this trend.

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03. August 2021 | 13:41 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Nordex, Silver Viper, Siemens Energy - Watch out for storm warnings!

  • Silver

Since the last flood disaster in Germany, the political pressure for more climate protection has been palpable. The final realization comes late, and at the same time, it is a bit sad what has to happen before lip service turns into new laws. But the pace is now clear: decarbonization and new climate targets will determine global economic activity, and those who pollute the atmosphere will have to accept high payments in the future. In other words, sustainable business is all the more worthwhile because the "cleaners" will be credited for what others pay more. In this way, incentives are created for sustainable business models. We take a closer look.

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03. August 2021 | 13:12 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Amazon, Aspermont, Zoom - Economies of scale without end

  • Digitization

The reporting season is in full swing. While e-commerce giant Amazon disappointed both investors and analysts with a weak outlook, Apple and Tesla came up with better than expected numbers. Unnoticed by the mainstream, a publishing company is evolving into a media technology company with unlimited scaling potential. Be there from the start to profit from the next Amazon.

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03. August 2021 | 12:22 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Siemens Healthineers, Cardiol Therapeutics, BioNTech - Tomorrow's blockbusters

  • Biotechnology

The fight against the coronavirus and the possible return to everyday life promises companies in the biotechnology sector billions in profits. At the forefront, vaccine producers such as BioNTech with its pharmaceutical partner Pfizer or Moderna are the primary beneficiaries of the pandemic. In addition, start-ups are emerging from the diagnostics and therapy sectors, whose formulations have blockbuster potential and could follow a similar path to the vaccine manufacturers in the coming years.

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03. August 2021 | 11:08 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Volkswagen, Almonty Industries, BYD - World leadership with e-mobility!

  • Tungsten

Driving electric vehicles is the future! Electromobility is becoming the key to climate-friendly mobility and innovation worldwide. That is because the operation of e-vehicles produces significantly less CO2 than other means of transport, especially when combined with regeneratively generated electricity. With large gensets on board, electric vehicles will be able to compensate for fluctuations in wind and solar power in the future, thus supporting the expansion and market integration of these unsteady energy sources. The German government is promoting the development and ramp-up of electromobility with a comprehensive package of measures that is continuously being expanded and adapted. How can investors best benefit from this trend?

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03. August 2021 | 09:58 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

EuroSports Global, Porsche, Xiaomi - Do not miss out: favorable valuation levels!

  • Electromobility

With the advancement of electromobility, electricity consumption will increase massively. That means challenges for power generation, the power grid and also the charging infrastructure. However, this does not necessarily mean an increase in household electricity prices, as the results of a Fraunhofer study suggest. The Fraunhofer Research Institution for Energy Infrastructures and Geothermal Energy IEG and the Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI have investigated how electricity prices for private households will change in 2030 if the number of private electric vehicles continues to rise. According to this study, under certain conditions, the expansion of electromobility could help to simultaneously avoid CO2 and ease the burden on private households' wallets. Which of the following three eMobility stocks has the greatest potential?

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02. August 2021 | 13:41 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Triumph Gold, Steinhoff, Meyer Burger- Pennystock power for the portfolio!

  • Gold

It is unmistakable that we are at the beginning of high inflation. Even if the central banks want to make us believe that this is only a temporary phenomenon and not that bad - it is bad. Investors can protect their assets by investing in tangible assets such as shares, real estate or precious metals. For those who want a more speculative admixture, the following three stocks are attractive. Who is the outperformer?

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02. August 2021 | 12:27 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Linde, dynaCERT, Nikola - Profiting from change

  • Hydrogen

With the amended Climate Protection Act, the targets for lower CO² emissions have been raised once again by the German government. Germany is to achieve greenhouse gas neutrality by 2045, and even negative emissions are targeted after 2050. To achieve this, an emergency program worth EUR 8 billion has been launched. The program aims to accelerate the decarbonization of the economy, climate-friendly mobility, and green hydrogen production, among other things. Benefit from the energy transition!

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02. August 2021 | 11:39 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Royal Dutch, Saturn Oil & Gas, BP: Finding the right oil pearl!

  • Oil

The global economy is slowly regaining momentum, although there is still a risk from the Corona pandemic. The Association of Petroleum Exporting Countries and its partner countries (OPEC+) have agreed to significantly increase oil production as the global economy recovers. Starting in August, the oil alliance will increase its daily output by 400,000 barrels each month until further notice. If market conditions permit, the current production cut will expire in September 2022. As prices have so far remained well above USD 70, oil is obviously in demand. So the industry seems to be running at full speed again. Where are the opportunities for investors?

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02. August 2021 | 11:26 CET | by Armin Schulz

The Very Good Food Company, Amazon, Anheuser-Busch Inbev - Change in shopping behavior due to the pandemic

  • Investments

The Corona Crisis has changed the shopping behavior of people worldwide. On the one hand, there is a trend towards more online shopping; on the other hand, people are spending more money on higher-quality food, which in most cases is still bought locally. In Germany, this can be seen very clearly in a study by the Gfk market research institute. Discounters in Germany saw a 1.4% drop in sales in the first half of 2021, while supermarkets showed a 6.3% increase. Due to the pandemic, practically all special expenses such as restaurant visits, vacations, etc., fell away, and the money saved is invested in higher-quality products in the supermarket, among other things.

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30. July 2021 | 14:07 CET | by Armin Schulz

Barrick Gold, Theta Gold Mines, Rio Tinto - Gold picks up again

  • Gold

After the FED meeting, the gold price was able to gain significantly. Both the lower quoted bond yields and the weakening USD helped the gold price jump. The FED held out the prospect of reducing bond purchases but did not give a fixed date. Global gold demand has brightened significantly compared to previous quarters. Only jewelry demand is well below pre-Corona levels. On the other hand, Central banks have bought three times more gold than usual in the quarter, namely 200 tons. Gold could now soar to new highs.

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30. July 2021 | 13:28 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Aixtron, Defense Metals, Nordex - Strong growth

  • RareEarths

The global economic recovery and rising investment in more climate-friendly energy infrastructure are driving higher commodity prices amid supply chain disruptions. Shortages of industrial metals, which are urgently needed for climate change, are likely to materialize further in the coming years. The swelling trade conflict between the USA and China will exacerbate this significantly. There is a threat of massive bottlenecks in production and sharply rising prices for the respective materials.

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30. July 2021 | 12:54 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Facebook, NSJ Gold Corp, PayPal - Disappointment despite record figures?

  • Gold

Many market exaggerations in the past can be traced back to expected paradigm shifts, which in the end rarely or never materialized. Growth expectations shot into the stratosphere during the dot-com period in anticipation of a completely new age thanks to the Internet and mobile communications. However, the estimates of the impact of the Internet at that time were still complete fantasy. Today, however, the dot-com business models dominate the online world, and the relevance of most platforms can neither be explained away nor is their existence threatened. On the contrary, the so-called FAANG shares have a stock market value of USD 8.5 trillion. We do the math again...

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30. July 2021 | 12:36 CET | by Nico Popp

Newmont, White Metal Resources, Volkswagen: This is where the future is traded

  • Commodities

New, "green" trends are turning the raw materials market upside down. The boom in electric mobility means that we need more copper. Other industrial metals are also in demand. Precious metals, such as silver, are moving into focus because of the growing demand for solar and photovoltaic systems. At the same time, central banks around the globe remain relaxed despite rising inflation - this could be water on the mills of gold. We present three stocks and evaluate their opportunities.

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30. July 2021 | 11:21 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

First Majestic Silver, Kodiak Copper, Orocobre - Metals for e-mobility offer great growth potential

  • Copper

Tesla, NIO and Polestar, the pioneers of e-mobility. But the global climate crisis and the realization that it can only be combated with the help of a consistent reduction in greenhouse gases has also led traditional car manufacturers to realize that alternative drive concepts are necessary, not least as a result of legal requirements. Electromobility has currently established itself as the most promising option. Manufacturers are now hastily trying to steer their product development in this direction and are making announcements about the end of the internal combustion engine: Jaguar wants to phase out the engine by 2025. Fiat, Volvo and Ford have announced the end of the engine by 2030. VW has set the period between 2033 and 2035 as its target, at least for Europe, and Audi wants to phase out entirely by then. Mercedes also has a similar date in mind. However, all e-cars have one thing in common: they are very hungry for raw materials. An e-car requires about four times as much copper as a combustion engine. Consumption of gold and silver (onboard electronics) and lithium (batteries) will also increase significantly.

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30. July 2021 | 10:12 CET | by Nico Popp

CureVac, Desert Gold, Steinhoff: Here, gamblers get their money's worth

  • Gold

Where can speculative investors still find returns today? Are they bankruptcy candidates? Companies deeply entangled in legal disputes? Or fallen angels? Or are they small companies with a clear vision and experience in growth projects? We do the check and present three stocks.

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29. July 2021 | 13:56 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Alibaba, Memiontec, MorphoSys - Now the rally after the sell-off!

  • Investments

The regulator's pressure is getting bigger and bigger. China has tightened the thumbscrews on technology giants and especially their online education companies - triggering a stock market quake on its own stock market. In some cases, well-known tech stocks lost double digits, even though the affected areas only affect fractions of annual sales. Government regulation of the USD 100 billion-plus education market is likely to weaken confidence in China's stock markets for the long term. And the fact that China's trade relations with the US have also reached a low point does not make things any better. Are there still opportunities?

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29. July 2021 | 11:08 CET | by Stefan Feulner

JinkoSolar, Carnavale Resources, BASF - Beware of shortages!

  • Commodities

The change from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources due to climate change means that raw materials such as copper, lithium and nickel are increasingly in demand. The increasing demand due to new economic sectors such as wind power, electromobility or photovoltaics is offset by an extremely scarce supply. The result is sharply rising prices and an expected shortage in the coming years. In addition, the trade conflict with China is visibly worsening the shortage. The primary beneficiaries of this dilemma are commodity producers who can at least partially cover the supply deficit outside the Middle Kingdom.

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29. July 2021 | 10:25 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Blackrock Silver, K+S, Barrick Gold - China first!

  • Silver

The Chinese government is demonstrating with all its might who has the last word. The regulation of industries and business models, which, as recently seen in the Chinese education sector, destroys the existence of companies and has weighed heavily on Chinese stocks in recent days. If the situation continues to escalate, it could easily negatively color the world's stock markets' mood. That is when it is worth looking at precious metals stocks, as they usually benefit disproportionately from rising commodity prices in times of crisis. Who will come out on top?

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29. July 2021 | 08:48 CET | by Nico Popp

Alibaba, Kainantu Resources, Yamana Gold: Asian Investments? Here is how it goes!

  • Gold

Asia is the boom region par excellence. However, China, in particular, has weakened in recent months. For years, China was considered an anchor of stability for the region - and even the world. Since February, however, Chinese shares have lost around EUR 1 trillion in market value. The market is speculating about US capital controls, which could hit China in particular. The restructuring of China's education system, which many private providers are suffering from, is unsettling. We explain why long-term investors need not fear.

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28. July 2021 | 13:42 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Commerzbank, Aztec Minerals, MorphoSys - Save yourself!

  • Commodities

The fear of rapidly rising interest rates was taken away from investors at the past meetings of the central banks. In addition to the ECB's change in monetary policy strategy, where the inflation target of "below or close to 2%" was set aside, the Federal Reserve is blithely continuing its money printing. Despite a 5.4% increase in prices in June, US monetary watchdogs continue to focus on a growing economy and a robust labor market and continue to hold off on a monetary policy response. These hesitant measures put financial stability at risk - the best conditions for investment in precious metals.

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28. July 2021 | 13:24 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Tencent, Prosus, Troilus Gold, Baidu - The big China slump!

  • Gold

If you compare it with the US stock markets, the stock market in Hong Kong is already almost in free fall. While Europe and the US keep climbing to new highs, the HangSeng has lost a full 20% since February. Is the great Asian rally now over? The reason for the panic on the markets is the ever stronger intervention of the Chinese regulators. These regulators do not want to tolerate the flourishing business of large domestic corporations. More or less unfounded and drastic measures to restrict the tutoring industry have also unsettled investors. We calculate whether the current prices may be considered entry prices.

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28. July 2021 | 12:03 CET | by Armin Schulz

BP, Saturn Oil + Gas, Gazprom - Oil companies offer great opportunities

  • Oil

The oil price came under pressure in mid-July following an OPEC meeting. Starting in August, production will be increased by 400,000 barrels per day. This arrangement is to apply initially until September 2022. From May 2022, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Iraq, Saudi Arabia and Russia all want to increase their production capacities, which would mean additional production of around 1.6 million barrels per day. The price of crude oil subsequently slumped by around USD 10 to USD 65. However, the downward trend was already broken on July 20, and the price has since climbed back up to USD 72. Today we highlight three companies that produce oil.

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28. July 2021 | 11:10 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

ProSiebenSat.1, Aspermont, Facebook - Winning with highly scalable business models

  • Digitization

With highly scalable business models, in which content produced once can be resold as often as desired, companies can achieve high profitability, which is usually reflected in a rising share price. For marketing of advertising to a large mass or a specific target group, the same is true. The following three companies fit into this picture and stand for good prospects. Who is the favorite?

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28. July 2021 | 10:14 CET | by Nico Popp

Barrick Gold, Mineworx, TUI: Summertime is investment time

  • Investments

Invest or consume? Given the difficult months many of us have had, it would be understandable to unwind now: sun, beach and sea beckon despite rising numbers. But it may also make sense to think more long-term in the face of rapid change. Central banks are allowing more inflation and the printing press continues to run fast. Especially in the current summer lethargy, this can be an opportunity for people with foresight.

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27. July 2021 | 13:01 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BioNTech, XPhyto Therapeutics, MorphoSys - Here we go again

  • Biotechnology

The numbers of new SARS-CoV-2 infections in Germany are rising again, albeit still at a relatively low level. Due to the spread of the Delta variant, Health Minister Jens Spahn warns of incidences beyond the 800 mark as early as this fall. In addition to masking and spacing, the issues surrounding vaccines against the various mutations and regular, reliable testing are returning to the front pages of the news pages.

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27. July 2021 | 11:47 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Vonovia, Barsele Minerals, Aixtron - That will move the prices!

  • Commodities

Takeovers can move share prices. That is true for the acquisition of entire companies as well as for individual divisions or projects. Often the prices of the buyer and the takeover candidate react positively. But even if takeovers fail, it is no big deal because there are usually alternatives. These three shares are currently in an exciting phase. Which value has the greatest potential?

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27. July 2021 | 11:12 CET | by André Will-Laudien

BYD, EuroSports Global, NIO - The age of electric vehicles!

  • Electromobility

Mobility will be rethought in the future with greater climate protection, new markets and less dependence on fossil fuels. The age of electric vehicles has begun. The further development of electromobility and the reinvention of the car as a rolling computer with new functionalities are a central future topic of the automotive and supplier industry. The innovative power here no longer requires long development cycles; often, even a software update is enough to anchor new features. Moreover, by linking the charging infrastructure with the energy networks, electromobility can become the key to the energy transition and climate-friendly mobility. We look at three representatives of the e-industry.

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27. July 2021 | 10:20 CET | by Nico Popp

NEL, dynaCERT, Daimler: The winners of the mobility revolution

  • Hydrogen

Whether with hydrogen or with battery technology, mobility is transforming. In this article, we discuss where the journey could lead, why established automakers are gaining ground with ambitious plans, and whether there are still innovative solution providers around the mobility of the future that the market has not yet noticed.

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26. July 2021 | 13:55 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

BioNTech, Cardiol Therapeutics, CureVac - What is next?

  • Biotechnology

Are you smiling or shaking your head? Both are easily understandable reactions that investors might have in light of the latest statements from the Deutsches Aktien Institut (DAI). The DAI calls for better conditions for IPOs of growth companies to prevent such companies from migrating to foreign stock exchanges, as happened with BioNTech, among others. "Especially companies with specialized business models and high financing needs are dependent on foreign investors," explained Uta-Bettina von Altenbockum. However, this is not a new phenomenon either. Other countries have been creating better framework conditions for corporations and better tax incentives for investors for a long time. Own goal. What opportunities are there?

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26. July 2021 | 12:55 CET | by Armin Schulz

First Majestic Silver, Silver Viper, Fortuna Silver Mines - Is silver picking up again?

  • Silver

Inflation in the US climbed again in June, reaching 5.4%, the highest level since 2008. With the expansion of the money supply in the US, it is no wonder. The money supply also increased significantly in Europe. In some cases by EUR 50 billion in one week. Nevertheless, the inflation rate in Germany fell slightly to 2.3%. An end to money printing is not in sight. In contrast to gold, silver is a sought-after raw material in the industry. The price increase in precious metals has stopped since June, and there has been consolidation. It is only a matter of time when the price of silver will pick up again as inflation forces people to invest their money in assets. So today, we take a look at three silver stocks.

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26. July 2021 | 12:18 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Twitter, wallstreet:online, Snap - Rally or Crash?

  • Investments

What is next for the global stock markets? Several experts are already passing around price targets of 20,000 points for the DAX due to a lack of investment alternatives. At the same time, the bear camp sees the bursting of the bubble, which was created by the massive financial injections of the FED, coming our way as early as this summer and predicts a crash of unimagined proportions.

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26. July 2021 | 11:04 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Varta, Deutsche Rohstoff AG, Nordex: Multipliers in the commodity sector!

  • Oil

Commodity companies are currently sitting in the front row. But not all of them can profit! Only if a company has invested in recent years can it now deliver. Mining operations worldwide are currently working at the limits of their capacity, and supplying customers is also causing increasing problems. That is because supply chains have been badly hit by a lack of transport capacity, skyrocketing freight rates and pandemic-related outages. It is particularly noticeable in industry: Procurement prices for raw materials and precursors are going through the roof. We take a look at the books of some of the companies involved.

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26. July 2021 | 09:48 CET | by Nico Popp

NEL, Pure Extraction, Volkswagen VZ: Where one piece of news can change everything

  • Hydrogen

Sustainability is one of those things - The closer you look, the more complex the situation becomes. Just recently, a study by the non-governmental organization ICCT showed that even hydrogen vehicles fueled with green hydrogen could have sustainability flaws. The reason: the tanks are sometimes made of carbon fibers. Their production can generate about as many greenhouse gases as the production of batteries for e-cars. We look at three stocks related to hydrogen and mobility and explain what opportunities investors can associate with them.

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23. July 2021 | 14:37 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Endeavour Silver, Aztec Minerals, ThyssenKrupp - Spoilt for choice: silver, gold or steel?

  • Commodities

Despite recent setbacks in commodity prices and share prices, most experts believe that the current commodity bull market will continue for some time. The drivers are likely to be the global economic stimulus programs to overcome the consequences of the Corona Crisis, the climate crisis and the associated need for an energy turnaround, as well as the Chinese economy's continuing hunger for raw materials. The Chinese recently announced their intention to liquidate raw material reserves to stop the market price rally, putting a damper on some raw material prices. Still, many analysts believe this is more likely to be a short-term flash in the pan, given the overall situation. Below are three favorably valued stocks with which investors can profit from commodities.

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23. July 2021 | 13:24 CET | by Stefan Feulner

SFC Energy, Enapter, Everfuel - The hydrogen of the future

  • Hydrogen

Green hydrogen is the energy source of the future. Without it, there will be no climate change. The German government has also recognized this and is since focusing on a national hydrogen strategy. Green hydrogen is produced by the electrolysis of water, using only electricity from renewable sources. Only green hydrogen is truly climate-friendly, as it is made without fossil fuels. Currently, the correction in the respective shares offers favorable entry opportunities. Place your bets on the market leaders.

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23. July 2021 | 12:47 CET | by Armin Schulz

Nel ASA, dynaCERT, Plug Power - Investments in hydrogen increase worldwide

  • Hydrogen

Sustainability is a trend that is gaining more and more momentum. This can be seen well in the investments announced in the hydrogen sector. In February, members of the Hydrogen Council, which is made up of 109 global companies, wanted to put USD 80 billion into developing hydrogen projects. By July, that sum had increased by USD 70 billion to USD 150 billion. Europe is a frontrunner in hydrogen technology thanks to funding from the EU Commission's Important Projects of Common European Interest (IPCEI). According to McKinsey, it is only a matter of time before hydrogen is traded like all other commodities. Today we highlight three companies in the hydrogen segment.

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23. July 2021 | 11:37 CET | by André Will-Laudien

CureVac, XPhyto Therapeutics, BioNTech, NanoRepro - Continuous testing or vaccination or both?

  • Biotechnology

Public confusion reigns. The pandemic seems to be locked in chains over the summer, and the population is happy about initial relief with incidences below 10. But now, the first vacationers are already coming back, partly from risk or mutation areas and have to go for testing again as vaccinated persons. It is often forgotten that even those who have been fully vaccinated can be carriers of the virus and can also fall ill, so it should be clear to everyone that personal protective measures must continue to be kept high. Our life with the COVID virus will last much longer than many want to believe...

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23. July 2021 | 10:40 CET | by Nico Popp

Daimler, Theta Gold Mines, Barrick Gold: Long-term opportunities lurk here

  • Gold

Raw materials and certain primary products are in short supply. The automotive industry is a good example of this. Here, the post-Corona boom is not picking up speed because necessary semiconductors are not available. In some cases, companies from the automotive sector have already concluded their own contracts with chip manufacturers to lift the emergency. We show whether there are nevertheless winners in the auto industry and explain the developments for which the scarcity of chips and other preliminary products could have a signal effect.

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22. July 2021 | 13:45 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

First Majestic Silver, Carnavale Resources, Newmont - Get in early!

  • Commodities

Do you want to chase the trend or invest in time before a price jump and then sit back and relax when the price rises? For the second option, an investment in gold stocks is the way to go. We are still some distance from the past year's highs, but there are many indications that precious metal prices will rise in the medium term. We give you three investment ideas on the way. Buy, hold, enjoy.

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22. July 2021 | 11:57 CET | by Stefan Feulner

SAP, Deutsche Rohstoff, Bayer, Condor Gold - Better than expected

  • Oil

The reporting season for the second quarter of 2021 is in full swing. After the weak figures from the same period last year, caused by the Corona pandemic, analysts and investors expect significant earnings increases from companies that suffered heavy losses due to the global lockdowns. On the other hand, it will be interesting to see whether Corona beneficiaries such as Amazon can confirm their growth.

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22. July 2021 | 10:51 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Carnival, Triumph Gold, TUI - It is starting again!

  • Gold

Since the beginning of July, the cruise ships are now sailing again. AIDA already has 5 ships on the water again, and Carnival plans to bring a capacity of 75% back onto the water in the fall. These are the plans as of today. However, concerns about the pandemic development are also spreading because the travel industry is still very tense about the infection situation in the fall. A rampant spread of various mutations caused by summer tourism is expected for the winter. The good price-performance of various travel providers in the second quarter has also gone into reverse gear again. We take a closer look.

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22. July 2021 | 09:41 CET | by Nico Popp

American Water Works, Memiontec, Rio Tinto: Solid Company operating in a booming region

  • Investments

Water is a precious commodity - a fact now remembered since the recent flood disaster in parts of Rhineland-Palatinate and North Rhine-Westphalia. People without access to clean water are more likely to suffer from infectious diseases. What is only an issue here for a few weeks after natural disasters is sadly commonplace in other regions. It is not without reason that access to clean drinking water has long been a human right. Protecting water supplies is also a duty for companies. It is no wonder that investments in clean water can yield good returns.

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21. July 2021 | 13:54 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Barrick Gold, White Metal Resources, Yamana - Soon, things are going to happen here!

  • Gold

When the markets shake out, it can not hurt to have a little gold in the portfolio. Whether physically or in the form of shares is a matter of taste. If you are more speculative, you should look for young exploration companies. The big picture speaks in favor of rising prices for the precious metal in the medium term. We show you three stocks that can help you profit from a rising gold price. Who is winning the race?

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21. July 2021 | 12:49 CET | by Armin Schulz

QMines, Varta, Siemens Energy - Who benefits from the copper shortage?

  • Copper

The copper price has moved significantly upwards over the past year. On the one hand, this is due to the increasing demand caused by sustainability topics such as renewable energies, e-mobility and global electrification. On the other hand, the metal has become scarce. Whereas 60 profitable copper projects were launched in 2008, only 36 were established in 2020, and this with declining mining values. In 2015 0.65% copper per ton was still being mined; this value will fall to 0.55% by 2025. Existing large copper mines will also need billions in the coming years to maintain their production levels. These additional costs will be passed on to consumers. Today we highlight three companies that either produce or need copper.

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21. July 2021 | 11:56 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Allianz, Kainantu Resources, Munich Re - The 10 billion disaster!

  • Gold

Indescribable images of destruction are spreading across Germany. People lose their homes, possessions and sometimes even their entire existence overnight. To use only climate change as a reason would be a one-sided argument because, for hundreds of years, there have been floods, some of them of biblical proportions. The death toll appears unusually high, and there seem to have been too few serious warnings. The authorities have a greater duty to take preventive action here. Corresponding warning systems have been in place in the EU since 2020. There is insurance for property damage if it has been taken out correctly...

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21. July 2021 | 11:15 CET | by Stefan Feulner

NIO, Pure Extraction, Nikola - Fighting for pole position

  • Hydrogen

Whether by car, train, ship or plane - when people are on the move, they almost always cause emissions. The transport of goods around the world also places a heavy burden on the air and climate. As a result of the energy transition and decarbonization, automakers worldwide are turning to battery-powered electric cars. However, this is unsuitable for transport due to the short-range and long charging time. Here, the advantage currently lies very clearly with fuel cell technology.

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21. July 2021 | 11:00 CET | by Nico Popp

Standard Lithium, Almonty Industries, Newmont: Invest in the super commodity

  • Tungsten

Achieving climate change requires political will and suitable raw materials. Solar cells, wind turbines and batteries for electric cars and associated motors rely on critical metals. This new industrial demand is turning the raw materials market upside down. Added to this is general progress: new processes often require new raw materials, whether in medical technology or research. Reason enough to keep an eye on the raw materials sector.

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20. July 2021 | 13:42 CET | by Nico Popp

Siemens Healthineers, Cardiol Therapeutics, CureVac: Where there is music to be heard by the end of the year

  • Biotechnology

Health is the highest good. Anyone who has ever experienced people having the "plug pulled" on them overnight can undoubtedly relate to this truism. Fortunately, medicine in this country is able to provide a quick remedy. A wide range of options are available for both diagnosis and therapy. In addition to laboratory analyses, imaging procedures also ensure that disease patterns can be narrowed down and, thus, treatments can be carried out in a targeted manner. Although our drugs are already powerful, new, more innovative approaches are emerging all the time. This development is also benefiting investors.

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20. July 2021 | 12:38 CET | by André Will-Laudien

BYD, Volkswagen, Kodiak Copper: The 1000 Dollar Correction!

  • Copper

The copper price had reached its interim high in May 2021 at around USD 10,500. Since then, we have seen a standard consolidation of 10-15%, which is not an unusual occurrence in an uptrend. The increase since the beginning of 2020 is over 100%. Copper mines have been able to post multiple performances in the same period, and the recent correction was accordingly somewhat higher. For many market participants, however, the medium-term scenario for the industrial metal is set. Since the political closing of ranks on e-mobility, demand for copper and battery metals has shot through the roof. Mine operators worldwide are alarmed; the currently recoverable capacities cover just 85% of the demand from 2022. Who can close the gap?

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20. July 2021 | 11:28 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Mineworx Technologies, Siemens, Bayer - Innovation is the trump card

  • Investments

Since 2005, the Boston Consulting Group has annually selected the world's 50 most innovative companies. The list reads like a "Who's Who" of international heavyweights: Apple, Alphabet, Amazon, Microsoft and Tesla took the top 5 spots in 2021. In total, the United States was able to occupy 26 of the 50 spots - that is an impressive number. But German companies also find their way into the illustrious circle 9 times, including Siemens and Bayer. Why is innovation so important? Innovation is a key success factor for a company to achieve above-average results and differentiate itself from competitors. For this reason, we take a closer look at innovative companies in different industries. Who is your favorite?

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20. July 2021 | 10:47 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Nel ASA, Saturn Oil & Gas, RWE - It will not work without oil

  • Oil

The oil price has risen from high to high since the corona shock, in which prices below USD 20 per barrel were marked, and was recently quoted at just under USD 78, significantly higher than before the pandemic. Given the recovery of the world economy, the oil cartel OPEC and its partner countries, united in the group OPEC+, will increase daily production until further notice by 400,000 barrels per month. Climate activist Greta Thunberg criticized the decision, sarcastically calling it "positive news" on Twitter. But the young Swede has to admit one thing - we will not be able to do without oil in the coming decades.

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20. July 2021 | 09:36 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Alphabet, Aspermont, Palantir - Big Data in a new dimension!

  • Digitization

Information today spreads in a matter of seconds and is immediately converted into cash by machines with corresponding trading algorithms. It usually takes a few minutes from the original company message for the relevant news services to filter and analyze the information content accordingly. That is because the analysis of a message is, per se, only possible after a professional check. Modern systems with artificial intelligence work with keywords that evaluate the respective characteristics of the news according to an internal scoring and forward them to the decision-maker at lightning speed. We take a look at some of the protagonists in the big data analytics sector.

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19. July 2021 | 12:53 CET | by André Will-Laudien

SGL Carbon, Millennial Lithium, Standard Lithium, Blackrock Silver - Millions of batteries needed!

  • Silver

If current trends in Germany remain valid, the share of electric vehicles in new sales will shake the 25% mark in the next 5 years. In a recent forecast, the Center of Automotive Management (CAM) predicts new car sales of around 480,000 battery-electric cars and plug-in hybrids this year, representing a good 15% share of new registrations of an estimated 3.3 million passenger cars. The assumption is that battery and plug-in hybrid vehicles will each account for around 50%. By 2025, according to the forecast, the e-vehicle share will rise to 27% of new sales, of which about 65% are expected to be pure electric vehicles. The scenario for the battery industry is thus set.

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19. July 2021 | 11:11 CET | by Armin Schulz

BioNTech, Defence Therapeutics, Siemens Healthineers - Winning the fight against cancer

  • Biotechnology

There are over 200 different types of cancer where degenerate cells begin to form tumors. The cost of the disease is estimated at USD 1,160,000,000,000 worldwide. It is no wonder that a lot of money goes into researching cancer drugs. Whoever makes the breakthrough here can make a lot of money. It would be desirable that one of the three companies presented today could find a solution, as that could save 9.6 million people a year. But it is not only drugs that promise profits but also prevention and diagnostics. Today we highlight three companies that have joined the fight against cancer.

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19. July 2021 | 11:05 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Barrick Gold, GSP Resource, SMA Solar - Buy Prices?

  • Copper

Raw materials and energy are central prerequisites for our life as we know it not to stand still. Often it is only when there are supply bottlenecks and significant price jumps that we become aware of the importance of what is suddenly no longer readily available. Due to their fundamental importance, commodities and energy are therefore forward-looking investment themes. We present three exciting companies. Who will win the race?

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19. July 2021 | 10:48 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Steinhoff, Silver Viper, Nordex - To all the savers: Save your money!

  • Silver

Consumer prices in the USA rose to a whopping 5.4% in June. That is the highest increase since 2008. The Federal Reserve is challenged but continues to keep its feet still and continues with the ultra-loose monetary policy since, in their opinion, it is only a temporary loss of purchasing power of the US dollar. The European Central Bank is now following suit with its change in strategy, opening the door for further demonetization. Protect your assets and invest in precious metals for the long term.

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19. July 2021 | 09:49 CET | by Nico Popp

NIO, EuroSports Global, Porsche: You have never thought of e-mobility like this before

  • Electromobility

Tomorrow's mobility is electric. The promises of electromobility are great. Clean vehicles, gliding along the roads with almost no noise and possibly even driving autonomously. But there is also another side to electromobility. Companies such as Porsche and EuroSports Global want to electrify driving pleasure. Tesla's chic Roadster shows that there is a market for this.

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16. July 2021 | 14:45 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Plug Power, Kodiak Copper, NIO - The shortage as an opportunity

  • Copper

Commodity markets are always subject to the forces of supply and demand. The energy transition and the achievement of climate targets pose new challenges for society. With the expansion of electromobility and renewable energies such as wind and hydropower, demand for some mineral raw materials will increase sharply. This is offset by an extremely tight supply and trade conflict with the leading producer China. There is a threat of further rising prices and, to be seen with the current chip shortage, even production losses.

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16. July 2021 | 14:02 CET | by Armin Schulz

BYD, EuroSports Global, VW - Electric mobility booming

  • Electromobility

Automakers enjoyed their best first quarter in 10 years. One reason for this is the growing number of registered electric cars. If you compare the first quarter of 2020 in Germany with 2021, you can see an increase of 173% in the registration of e-cars, and there is no end in sight. However, more e-cars are not only being sold in Germany; but sales are also increasing worldwide. According to Handelsblatt, if the boom continues, there will be a shortage of millions of battery cells for production. The current industry leader, Tesla, still leads the ranking with the most e-cars delivered by brand, but the competition is catching up. Therefore, we take a look at three companies from the e-mobility segment.

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16. July 2021 | 13:22 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Microsoft, Daimler, Mineworx Technologies - Market leaders on the rise!

  • Investments

The claim to market leadership can be made by the Company that can demonstrate the largest market share in comparison with the other market participants. The measure of market share is based either on market volume or market sales in units. Some typical attributions are the market leader in Germany, the European market leader or the world market leader in a relevant product sales market. Of course, market leadership is not indisputable, especially from a subjective point of view. A broader focus is needed to determine who sets the tone.

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16. July 2021 | 11:53 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Nel ASA, Memiontec, McPhy - Ride the wave

  • Investments

The world is in a state of flux. Due to the change from fossil fuels to renewable energies, everyone is talking about the shortage of raw materials such as lithium, nickel, or copper. However, the fact that there could be a water shortage is not yet ingrained in the population's consciousness. With the growing population, urbanization and the depletion of existing sources, water will become a precious commodity in the coming decades. New types of water treatment systems offer great potential.

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16. July 2021 | 11:31 CET | by Nico Popp

Barrick Gold, Triumph Gold, Standard Lithium: Get in relaxed with stragglers

  • Gold

Inflation is here - and it is not going away: Inflation rose by 5.4% in June within the USA compared to the same period last year. That is more than even pessimistic experts had expected in the run-up to the figures. Inflation is also picking up speed; compared with the previous month, inflation rose by 0.9%. The answer to this development may be gold. Shortly after the figures were published, the precious metal surged. We highlight two gold stocks and use the example of another currently very popular commodity stock to show why the time is favorable for gold now.

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16. July 2021 | 10:20 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Gazprom, Desert Gold, Orocobre - Raw materials remain on course for growth

  • Commodities

Raw materials are an important industrial commodity. If there are no raw materials, there are no industrial goods. When you think about this, it quickly becomes clear why commodities will always remain an important investment topic. Of course, there are phases in which some commodities are more attractive than others. The following three stocks can be used to take advantage of precisely this circumstance. Which stock has the greatest potential?

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15. July 2021 | 17:29 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

BP, Deutsche Rohstoff, Encavis - Is that it?

  • Oil

Nothing works without energy. But the world also needs to keep an eye on resource extraction and climate protection. ESG is a big investment topic. Even if the ideal target includes primarily renewable energy, that is simply out of touch with reality. Oil and gas producers are an attractive investment due to the high prices of the extracted raw materials. When will the next price jump come?

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15. July 2021 | 14:46 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Pure Extraction, BallardPower, JinkoSolar, Siemens Energy - The makers of the future!

  • Hydrogen

The most efficient ways to generate energy are being discussed almost daily. With nearly 8 billion people on the planet, we need to put energy-intensive mobility on a viable and sustainable footing. The shift to post-industrial economies and rapid changes in information technologies, for example, have greatly simplified the coordination of work. In terms of jobs, there is potential for greater flexibility and dispersion, according to Eurostat. The relationship between home and workplace is being redefined. Mobility and energy concepts that adapt to the new forms of work and production are therefore in demand.

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15. July 2021 | 13:25 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Defense Metals, Varta, Nordex - Scarce metals are the new gold!

  • RareEarths

Whether gallium, chromium or rare earths - many metals are indispensable for modern technology. Where supply bottlenecks or shortages threaten, researchers have now determined the criticality of 62 elements in the most comprehensive analysis to date. As it shows, the supply risk is particularly high for the metals needed for the highly specialized tasks in high-tech devices. Iron, copper, nickel and tin, and almost all other metals of the periodic table, make our modern civilization possible. Most technical applications would not exist without them - from cars and computers to televisions and cell phones. How do companies deal with fragile supply chains and shortages?

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15. July 2021 | 11:56 CET | by Stefan Feulner

SAP, White Metal Resources, Nokia - Markets facing a decision

  • Commodities

The global economy is celebrating a turnaround, and corporate profits are bubbling. Consumer spending is jumping due to austerity during the Corona lockdowns. In addition, growth is fueled by billions of dollars in infrastructure projects from policymakers. Golden times for the stock markets, if it were not for concerns about rampant inflation. According to the Labor Department, consumer prices in the USA rose by 0.9% to 5.4% in June. It is the most significant price increase since August 2008. The FED is being challenged.

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15. July 2021 | 10:55 CET | by Nico Popp

Newmont, Troilus Gold, Steinhoff: How much substance is needed?

  • Gold

Rising prices, ever higher national debts - many people are shifting parts of their savings into gold because of this. At first glance, that sounds plausible. Gold has retained its value over thousands of years and has outlasted states and monetary systems. But investors should not just assume the worst. While physical gold paired with silver is a good alternative in the biggest crisis, bars and coins show weakness when things don't end up quite so bad. If only a little inflation threatens and states and governments continue to muddle through in cooperation with central banks, physical holdings are not the best idea. It is here where shares in gold companies can score points. We explain how this works with two examples. Finally, we reject blunt gambling.

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14. July 2021 | 16:04 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

K+S, Silver Viper Minerals, First Majestic Silver - Something is happening here!

  • Silver

Whereas in the past central banks were quick to stop rising inflation through a restrictive monetary policy, this has now changed fundamentally. In fact, this is the hour of precious metals. Nevertheless, silver, a precious metal that is becoming increasingly important in industry, has been fluctuating between USD 20 and USD 30 for the past year. Below are three papers that can be used to take advantage of the cyclicality in the commodities sector.

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14. July 2021 | 12:32 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BYD, GSP Resource, Volkswagen - Follow the trend

  • Copper

The future is to become climate-neutral and low-carbon. With the energy concept and the energy turnaround, Germany is phasing out nuclear energy and switching from oil to renewable energies. Today, the entire mobility sector is still highly dependent on oil, but this is now to change as quickly as possible. The car industry has already sung the farewell song of the combustion engine in favor of battery-powered vehicles. But we are only at the beginning of long-term development.

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14. July 2021 | 11:39 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Enapter, NEL, Plug Power, FuelCell - Hydrogen under cross-examination!

  • Hydrogen

The sharp rise in prices for heating energy and fuels keeps Germany's inflation rate at a high level. With an increase of 2.3% compared to the same month last year, inflation slowed slightly in June, but it had risen in each of the previous five months, reaching 2.5% in May, the highest level in almost 10 years. The efficient production of hydrogen and its industrial utilization would make our energy supply affordable and environmentally sustainable in the long term. Unfortunately, current technologies are still costly and not suitable for mass production. However, hydrogen remains a hot topic on the stock market. We take a look at the main actors in the H2 thriller.

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14. July 2021 | 10:54 CET | by Armin Schulz

Cardiol Therapeutics, CureVac, Bayer - Where is the journey heading?

  • Pharma

One might think that the pharmaceutical industry is the big winner of the Corona Crisis. However, according to a study by EY, this is not the case. Sales did increase by an average of 4.4% at the largest pharma companies, a much better result than in many other industries, but compared to 2019, growth actually fell by 8.4%. That is due to the postponement of medical treatments due to the Corona Crisis. The industry benefits from the ever-increasing number of elderly people worldwide and, at the same time, the development of new drugs. As a result, sales and profits have increased even during the crisis. We, therefore, highlight three companies from the pharma sector.

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14. July 2021 | 09:03 CET | by Nico Popp

Standard Lithium, Blackrock Silver, NIU: Investing below the radar

  • Silver

Electric cars, wind turbines and solar cells: They all cannot do without critical raw materials. While lithium is closely associated with the boom in consumer electronics and electromobility, silver is familiar as an industrial metal at a second glance. Gold's little brother is still running in step with the best-known of all precious metals. However, analysts, such as those from Commerzbank, emphasize the growing importance of silver as an industrial metal and expect industrial demand for silver to reach record levels. We present three values around new technology and raw materials.

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13. July 2021 | 11:21 CET | by André Will-Laudien

TeamViewer, wallstreet:online, Deutsche Post - The digital winners list!

  • Digitization

When the dot-com boom took off at the turn of the millennium, many immature and unpromising business models came onto the market. Every idea needed a stock market listing - then the techno-crash followed and many of the companies had already disappeared again. The Covid pandemic triggered a surge in digitization - some new achievements now determine the working world of every individual and change society as a whole. The successful business models show their strengths primarily in the areas of life that are now in the foreground: Distant Working, Fintech and Delivery Systems. We take a look at the cards of three protagonists.

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13. July 2021 | 10:42 CET | by Nico Popp

JinkoSolar, Barsele Minerals, Newmont: The takeover merry-go-round is spinning

  • Gold

Raw materials are the key to new technology. Whether silver, copper or other metals - many technologies, such as electric cars and solar panels, drive demand for metals. As these technologies triumph, so does the demand for raw materials. Using three stocks as examples, we explain how investors can profit.

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13. July 2021 | 10:05 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Bayer, Almonty Industries, Daimler - Shortages without end

  • Tungsten

The shortage of semiconductors weighs heavily on the auto industry. According to a study by the Duisburg-based Center for Automotive Research, it will be responsible for the loss of production of around five million vehicles this year alone. An end to the chip shortage is not yet in sight. Meanwhile, the next crisis due to the lack of raw materials is already just around the corner. Due to the rapid growth in electromobility, the high demand for lithium-ion batteries means that the next failures are pre-programmed.

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13. July 2021 | 07:55 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

BioNTech, Defence Therapeutics, Formycon - Which biotech stock suits which investor?

  • Biotechnology

Corona is and remains the threat of the hour. In this respect, it is not surprising that the papers of the German vaccine pioneer BioNTech have gone on a fabulous journey. Other companies are still trying to jump on this bandwagon, too. For example, both Canada's Defence Therapeutics and Munich-based Formycon AG are researching a Covid-19 vaccine. However, these developments are at very different stages. In addition, the further product spectrum differs significantly in some cases. But which share is the right one for the portfolio? We took a closer look at the three dissimilar siblings.

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12. July 2021 | 13:36 CET | by Stefan Feulner

NIO, Kainantu Resources, BASF - Bright prospects

  • Gold

The first half of the 2021 stock market year is over, and the stock market indices continue to march from high to high. While some market participants were hoping for a stronger correction after the Corona rally, they have been disappointed so far. The FED has now laid the foundation for further rising prices. It sees the rising inflation, which is currently at 5% in the USA, as temporary. In favor of growth, interest rates will remain at historic lows for the time being. In addition, the bond-buying program of the monetary guardians continues unabated - a feast for the stock markets.

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12. July 2021 | 12:22 CET | by Nico Popp

Barrick Gold, Carnavale Resources, Yamana Gold: Where gold still shines

  • Commodities

Public debt in Germany has exceeded the EUR 2.2 trillion mark for the first time, the Federal Statistical Office announced a few weeks ago. Per capita, the debt thus stands at EUR 26,532. Of course, such figures also unsettle investors. If the public sector is so indebted, this could also impact future monetary policy - after all, rising interest rates would significantly increase the cost of refinancing. That is an argument for the ultra-loose monetary policy to continue. That includes all the negative consequences, such as rising prices for tangible assets and products for daily use.

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12. July 2021 | 11:32 CET | by Armin Schulz

Aspermont, ProSiebenSat.1 Media, CLIQ Digital - profit from digitalization of media companies

  • Digitization

In Germany, according to a McKinsey study, just 10% of digital potential is being exploited. Anyone who thinks that it is developing sluggishly in Germany is wrong. According to the study, even if the US leads the way with big tech companies at 18%, the potential is far from being exhausted. Digitization has become enormously important for media companies, particularly as the young generation consumes up to 90% of its content via smartphones. 90% of this content comes from social media. As a traditional media company with print or TV content, it is increasingly difficult to reach the coveted target group. The only way is to dovetail traditional content with digital media. Today we focus on three media companies and how they are dealing with this challenge.

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12. July 2021 | 10:07 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

CureVac, XPhyto Therapeutics, Paion - Where are the turning points?

  • Biotechnology

"Opportunity and risk are two sides of the same coin", that is to say, with great potential returns, there is also the risk of incurring significant price losses. The biotechnology sector, in particular, offers investors a broad universe in which to find lucrative investments. We present three exciting ideas below. Who is winning the race?

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09. July 2021 | 14:51 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Volkswagen, Carnavale Resources, Daimler - Prepared for the future

  • Commodities

In addition to the global economic recovery, a long-term structural change towards a climate-neutral future is driving raw material prices. Copper is considered a key element for electromobility and renewable energies. It is used in the production of batteries, electric cars, solar modules and wind turbines. Other essential materials such as nickel, cobalt and lithium are primarily produced in China. Demand threatens extreme shortages and skyrocketing prices. Profit from this cycle.

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09. July 2021 | 13:21 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

JinkoSolar, dynaCERT, Vestas - Who is the best Cleantech investment?

  • Hydrogen

Current extreme heat of up to 50 °C in North America, arctic temperatures here in southern Germany still in April: The weather is going crazy, and humankind does not seem to be entirely innocent if leading global climate researchers are to be believed. Thus the climatic warming caused by human industrialization seems to have extraordinarily rapid and powerful effects. Now that more sensible people are finally back in control of the levers of power in crucial countries, agreements on necessary immediate measures will be reached more quickly. The decarbonization of industry is one of the most important building blocks that should be addressed with many different Cleantech solutions. We present three stories with extremely promising approaches and corresponding share price potential.

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09. July 2021 | 12:07 CET | by André Will-Laudien

BYD, Plug Power, White Metal Resources - Watch out at the platform edge!

  • Commodities

At some point, the market must also consolidate! Almost daily, the S&P 500 had climbed to a new high in recent weeks. Despite individual inflation warnings from the central banks, the shares continued to climb blithely: "The trend is your friend!" - and so it is not a big deal to have to give up 2%. The time had come yesterday - investors took cover for the time being. Now it must be seen whether strong trends can withstand a temporary downturn. We look at three interesting stocks.

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09. July 2021 | 11:27 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Nel ASA, Deutsche Rohstoff AG, Royal Dutch Shell - Flexibility pays off

  • Oil

If you believe the media, fossil fuels have no long-term future. The replacement by renewable energies such as wind and water power or photovoltaics seems to be a done deal. Whether the "green turnaround," as planned by politicians, will occur is still written in the stars. The new technologies have too many open construction sites; think of the weak infrastructure for e-charging stations. Until then, demand for fuels such as gasoline and diesel for cars with internal combustion engines is likely to remain at a high level, much to the liking of oil producers.

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09. July 2021 | 10:58 CET | by Armin Schulz

GSP Resource, Steinhoff, K+S - Commodities, gambler stocks and traditional companies

  • Commodities

Commodities have had a hard time finding lovers in recent years, and when the oil price turned negative in the wake of the Corona Crisis, hardly anyone would have expected such a revival. Despite the crisis, almost all commodity prices exploded. Another trend emerged as a result of the pandemic - the so-called meme stocks, where private investors meet on Reddit and pick a stock to buy, no matter what the fundamentals say. Traditional companies didn't have it easy during the crisis either, and many found that their business models were not crisis-proof. Today we have picked out three stocks that belong to the above mentioned divisions.

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08. July 2021 | 14:56 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Barrick Gold, Triumph Gold, Sibanye-Stillwater - invest with foresight!

  • Gold

In the medium term, many market participants agree - the gold price will and must rise. The monetary policy is too expansive, and historically, the precious metal has always been in high demand when there is a crisis. At around USD 1,800 per ounce, the gold price is still more than USD 250 away from the summer high of 2020. But even the current price level allows producers to earn high profits, deleverage, pay higher dividends, buy back their shares, or diligently acquire projects. We show you three promising investment ideas from the gold sector. Who is the favorite?

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08. July 2021 | 13:18 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BioNTech, Defence Therapeutics, Moderna - The wheel keeps turning

  • Biotechnology

After a hesitant start, Germany is making good progress with vaccinations. Around 47.5 million people, or 57.1% of the total population, have been vaccinated at least once. The number of fully vaccinated people rises to 39.9%. Rosy prospects for the summer in the republic. But now comes the Delta variant. According to initial studies, it is more resistant to the vaccines currently on the market than other variants. Research is continuing, and new manufacturers are entering the market to participate in the billion-dollar business.

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08. July 2021 | 12:33 CET | by Nico Popp

Gazprom, Aztec Minerals, Steinhoff: Fast takeovers instead of lengthy procedures

  • Commodities

Commodity investments are in demand, especially in times of sharply rising prices. Many investors focus exclusively on the big names. But there are also speculative second-line stocks that are suitable for investment. In the next few minutes, we will explain what investors need to watch out for and why penny stocks should not be exclusion criteria.

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08. July 2021 | 11:41 CET | by André Will-Laudien

K+S, Theta Gold Mines, Varta - Explosion in construction materials and raw materials!

  • Commodities

The price rally in essential commodities continues. An acute shortage of building materials has caused some sharp price increases on construction sites. As reported by the Federal Statistical Office, in May 2021, solid structural timber increased in price by 83.3% year-on-year, roof battens by 45.7% and structural timber by 38.4%. The increased prices of wood and steel and industrial metal are driving up construction costs: reinforcing steel in bars was 44.3% more expensive in May 2021, and reinforcing steel mesh cost 30.4% more than a year ago. The main reasons for the rising lumber and steel prices are likely to be rising demand at home and abroad during the Corona pandemic and problems in the supply of raw materials. By comparison, the producer price index of industrial products rose 7.2% over the same period - the most significant monthly increase in 25 years. Who are the beneficiaries of the shortage rally?

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08. July 2021 | 10:54 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Nordex, The Very Good Food Company, BMW - Megatrend sustainability

  • Sustainability

Alongside the efficient use of energy, renewable energy sources are an essential pillar of a sustainable climate policy. The use of energy is considered sustainable if it meets the needs of the present without compromising the needs of future generations. At present, the issue of sustainability is preoccupying us in all areas of life. As a result, entirely new sectors of the economy are emerging. Companies that build on these themes face a dazzling future.

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07. July 2021 | 15:29 CET | by Nico Popp

NEL, Enapter, Plug Power: Three hydrogen stocks - two opinions

  • Hydrogen

Hydrogen is a technology of the future. If renewable energies are used to produce hydrogen, then the energy carrier is even really clean. Especially when it comes to large vehicles, such as ships or trains, hydrogen can show its strengths. Hydrogen can also be used in trucks. Other areas of application include decentralized energy supply. We introduce three companies around hydrogen and explain how to view their respective shares.

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07. July 2021 | 14:25 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Infineon, Desert Gold, BASF - Prepared for the future

  • Gold

The energy turnaround and the achievement of climate neutrality are back in the news as the Corona pandemic fades. Politicians around the world are supporting with billions in subsidies. But the industry is under pressure. Climate neutrality requires the introduction of new production technologies in many sectors, and in areas such as basic materials, the conversion of entire production lines. On the other hand, competitiveness should not suffer in this historic transformation.

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07. July 2021 | 13:21 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Gazprom, Saturn Oil + Gas, BP - First-class trading opportunities: dispute in OPEC causes prices to fluctuate

  • Oil

A few days ago, the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and several cooperation partners broke off their negotiations on future production volumes without any results. The fact that no new meeting date has been set, as reported by several news agencies, raises eyebrows. At first, it seemed that an expansion of the oil supply was now off the table and that nothing would stand in the way of a further increase in the oil price in the short term. However, the markets are now playing a different card. Market participants fear a rise in inflation as a result of oil prices rising too sharply. In addition, fears are being voiced that OPEC could break up. We show you which stocks you can use to take advantage of the current volatility!

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07. July 2021 | 13:01 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Aston Martin, RYU Apparel, Hugo Boss, HanseYachts - Luxury Top Picks to get rich!

  • Apparel

Crazy times - Boris Johnson is abandoning all Corona rules because he wants to free the people. In Germany, vaccine doses are now being destroyed daily because registrations for the vaccine administration are canceled en masse. In dealing with people, politics often comes up against indefinable limits; certain adjusting screws have been turned too much and too far to steer and control behavior from above. The desire for life is now visibly apparent; the shopping streets are filling up, some products are simply out of stock or unavailable. Everything is in short supply - and because of rising prices, the manufacturers of luxury goods are looking forward to the new livelihoods who have learned in lockdown that pure possession of money does not make you happier.

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07. July 2021 | 12:30 CET | by Armin Schulz

Mineworx Technologies, Nel ASA, Nordex - Recycling Capitalism the coming super trend?

  • Investments

It all started with recycling bottles and moved on to renewable energy and current ESG criteria and sustainability thinking. This way of thinking is catching on more and more. The number of vegetarians and vegans is growing steadily. Recently, single-use plastic products have been banned and are no longer allowed to be produced in the EU. Less raw materials should be used, and the products should be used as often as possible - think of car-sharing - and at the end of their life, the raw materials used should be recycled. In this way, the world could make do with its existing resources, and future generations would benefit. This new approach is also finding its way into several publicly traded companies, three of which we will look at today.

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07. July 2021 | 11:49 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BYD, QMines, Xpeng - Play the Trend

  • Copper

In recent weeks, there have been shortages of many commodities and intermediate goods. The shutdown of production during the Corona pandemic led to supply shortages of lumber, semiconductors and chemicals. In contrast, demand for consumer goods rose sharply after the economy eased. The result was significantly increasing prices due to the shortage. In the long term, this phenomenon will also occur for metals needed for the energy transition. The first tendencies are already becoming apparent. Take advantage of the cycle!

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06. July 2021 | 14:09 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

wallstreet:online, flatexDEGIRO, Commerzbank - Let profits run

  • Investments

No interest rates, no trading costs for securities - this makes for an excellent constellation for further rising prices in a post-pandemic world. Brokers and securities trading banks are raking in new record profits every quarter. Arguments as to why there could soon be sharp setbacks are hardly taken seriously. We show you with which stocks you can really enjoy the summer party.

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06. July 2021 | 13:49 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Defence Therapeutics, CureVac, BioNTech - Successful therapy, earn billions!

  • Biotechnology

Since we have a large number of health-threatening issues on the table, there are just as many biotech and pharma companies that have taken up the cause of researching and combating them. Many of them are publicly traded or in the early stages of venture funding. Investors are spoiled for choice; besides good analysis, they need a fair amount of intuition and luck to find the right stock that will truly become a 500-percenter. The cancer research company CEL-SCI recently disappointed, as did the COVID vaccine expert CureVac - both shares ended in a price disaster. The question remains - which horses are the right ones?

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06. July 2021 | 11:34 CET | by Nico Popp

Bayer, XPhyto Therapeutics, Pfizer: Here comes the blockbuster of the 4th wave

  • Biotechnology

Hygiene sluices, rapid tests, disinfectants and vaccines - what was more familiar to laboratory staff or doctors a few years ago has become our daily bread since the outbreak of the pandemic. It stands to reason that the new normality would also leave its mark on the stock market. Indeed, the shares of major pharmaceutical companies have already risen. However, there are still newcomers with considerable potential. Growth companies, in particular, could benefit from the hype surrounding hygiene and health.

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06. July 2021 | 10:55 CET | by Stefan Feulner

NIO, Troilus Gold, Vestas - Shares with a tailwind

  • Gold

US President Joe Biden has been in office for around six months. In contrast to his predecessor Donald Trump, he places climate protection at the center of his policies. The renewed accession of the US to the Paris Climate Agreement was the first official act, and the updated Nationally Determined Contribution to climate protection stipulates that the USA will halve its emissions by 2030 compared with 2005. It aims to turn this around with massive trillion-dollar programs. Companies that rely on renewable energies will benefit from this in the long term.

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05. July 2021 | 15:37 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Nel ASA, Barsele Minerals, Nordex - The profiteers of climate policy!

  • Commodities

June had to offer strong repetition effects to the last bull market in January and February. The typical stock market favorites made substantial gains again, especially the so-called "climate stocks." These are stocks whose business models fit into the decarbonization strategies of governments. On December 12, 2015, the Paris Protocol was adopted, and one year later, the international climate treaty came into force. A milestone of the agreement was that China and the United States also ratified it. Trump formally withdrew from the Protocol in November 2020, but his successor Joe Biden rejoined on February 19, 2021, while authorizing USD 500 billion per year by 2025 for climate investments.

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05. July 2021 | 14:19 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Almonty Industries, K+S, Airbus - Rising demand will be reflected in share price increases!

  • Tungsten

The metal tungsten has special properties that make it unique as a material. The metal is highly resistant to corrosion, as heavy as gold and, as tungsten carbide, as hard as diamond. In addition, at 3,422 degrees Celsius, it has the highest melting point of all metals. However, processing it is expensive and time-consuming. At the moment, researchers in Karlsruhe are working on processing tungsten using 3D printing methods. Due to its unique properties, tungsten plays a vital role in high-temperature applications in energy and lighting technology and space travel and medical technology. How can investors profit from the rising demand? We will show you.

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05. July 2021 | 13:26 CET | by Armin Schulz

JinkoSolar, NewPeak Metals, TUI - Between uncertainty and opportunity

  • Commodities

As an investor, it is not easy to find suitable investments at the moment. Either the share has already run hot and the key figures no longer justify an investment, or the shares are struggling with some kind of crisis. In the end, these crises also bring opportunities, but you have to be well informed and patient. The low of a consolidation is seldom caught, but one or the other price trend can be predicted based on chart technology. We have taken a look at three companies today that are fraught with a certain amount of uncertainty but offer opportunities.

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05. July 2021 | 12:31 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Nel ASA, Royal Helium, Siemens Energy - In the fast lane

  • Helium

Hydrogen can power electric motors, store energy and heat homes with the help of fuel cells. Because of these properties, the most common chemical element in the universe plays a vital role in the energy transition and CO2 neutrality. Shares in hydrogen companies were the stars of the stock market sky last year, alongside electric carmakers. Then came a sharp correction. Currently, most companies have finished their bottoming phase and are turning north again. Do not miss the second chance!

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05. July 2021 | 12:08 CET | by Nico Popp

BYD, Kodiak Copper, Varta: E-car investments - here is how investors reduce risks

  • Copper

Copper is the metal of the past fifteen months. Why? Quotations stabilized early on after the Corona Crash. At first, only industry insiders took notice of this relative strength. But it was the starting signal for a copper rally, unlike anything the industrial metal has seen in a long time. From the low in 2020 to the high in 2021, copper has climbed by almost 140%. Which trends are responsible for this, and how investors can invest.

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02. July 2021 | 14:23 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Deutsche Bank, Heidelberger Druck, Saturn Oil + Gas - These are the 200% opportunities!

  • Oil

The second half of the year has begun. We can still see that the ongoing bull market is reaching certain levels of maturity. However, liquidity-driven investment pressure is felt daily via central banks, and the invisible hand of market control has also been sighted a few times. Watch out for days starting weakly; this is often the case, especially in the DAX. No sooner is it 14:30, any weakness is leveled out, and the previously strong precious metals experience the next blow to their prices. In this way, almost daily pressure is brought to the skeptical public; short positions must be covered again, expensively. The next day the same game again, so one shimmies in the S&P 500 from record to record. We focus on current turnaround situations that should remain independent of general market developments.

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02. July 2021 | 13:35 CET | by Nico Popp

Netflix, wallstreet:online, Commerzbank: Where shareholders get their money's worth

  • Investments

'Something to do with media' - years ago, this was the career goal of many graduates. But the reality in the media industry at the time was anything but dreamlike: The Neuer Markt went belly-up, and the media industry also had to cut back. Added to this was digitization, which turned many traditional business models upside down. In the meantime, however, the industry has consolidated - and is setting out for new shores.

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02. July 2021 | 13:04 CET | by Nico Popp

Barrick Gold, Desert Gold, Steinhoff: Knowledge instead of hope and fear

  • Gold

Gold has recently gone under the wheels, but that does not necessarily mean anything. The experts at Commerzbank are still sticking to their gold price forecast of USD 2,000 by the end of the year. Given the recent correction, the potential for price gains is therefore even greater. We outline how investors can invest based on two companies from the gold sector. We then distinguish speculative gold investments from gambler stocks.

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02. July 2021 | 12:15 CET | by Armin Schulz

Freenet, Almonty Industries, Lufthansa - Setbacks offer entry opportunities

  • Tungsten

The stock markets have been on the rise for a long time, undoubtedly due to the loose monetary policy and the resulting inflation. Nevertheless, there is no hype as before the bursting of the dot-com bubble. Back then, people subscribed to Infineon and did not even know what the Company was doing. Despite Corona, the markets are higher than before the crisis, and the good news continues. In July, US President Biden is expected to launch his USD 1.2 trillion infrastructure package. Originally, more was planned. But this money will ultimately increase the corporate profits of the subsidized industries. The only important thing for investors is not to buy stocks at the high but to wait for consolidations to get in. That way, one increases the profit potential, and the stop loss is much smaller. Today we look at three companies that have recently suffered a setback.

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02. July 2021 | 11:18 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Nordex, Triumph Gold, Infineon - Just keep calm

  • Gold

"First, things turn out differently, and second, things turn out differently than you expect." This saying by German poet and caricaturist Wilhelm Busch applies more than ever to the capital markets right now. Why is the Bitcoin falling, why is TUI not rising despite the travel restrictions easing, and why is the gold price not taking advantage of the fundamentally good conditions to attack the high of August last year? The answer is again found in a quote from the Chinese philosopher Confucius: "There is strength in calm."

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01. July 2021 | 13:49 CET | by André Will-Laudien

NEL, Plug Power, dynaCERT - Hydrogen, here we go again!

  • Hydrogen

What momentum! In just 6 weeks, hydrogen stocks have gained up to 60% again. Of course, those who missed the first wave are happy. Maybe it will work out now with the second one. The framework parameters are suitable because both the EU and Joe Biden have agreed on more hydrogen within the climate targets. Germany's significant contribution to climate protection can create applications in these sectors that operate with low emissions using hydrogen. An important focus in developing a German hydrogen economy and strategy should therefore be the commercialization of applications.

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01. July 2021 | 13:43 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Nordex, Osino Resources, Volkswagen - The correction as an opportunity

  • Gold

Both cryptocurrencies and precious metals corrected sharply in recent weeks. While the negative tweets of Elon Musk and the trading bans and stricter regulations in China were cited as reasons for Bitcoin, Etherum & Co, it is the fears of possible early interest rate hikes for gold and silver. In the short term, there should still be some correction potential, also from a chart perspective. In the long term, the lights are green for a rising gold and silver price.

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01. July 2021 | 12:11 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Pure Extraction, Ballard Power, SFC Energy - H2 mobility for commercial vehicles: These are the winners!

  • Hydrogen

The advance of e-mobility associated with the energy transition and the need to decarbonize the economy does not stop at the commercial vehicle segment. However, the battery technology currently gaining acceptance in this sector has decisive disadvantages: it is expensive, has a heavy weight, and charging is time-consuming. For this reason, alternatives are feverishly being sought. Can hydrogen fill this gap? In contrast to suppliers like BYD, who focus primarily on battery mobility, the following companies concentrate fully on hydrogen technology. Who is in the running?

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01. July 2021 | 11:12 CET | by Nico Popp

Siemens Healthineers, Royal Helium, Linde: Three stocks with momentum

  • Helium

Good health is the most valuable commodity. Especially those who have everything materially want nothing more than to remain healthy in the case of illness. People are also becoming more circumspect when it comes to preventive checkups. A few years ago, the cliché prevailed that men, in particular, gave doctors a wide berth. Today, prevention and regular checkups are considered a must. In this context, imaging techniques are becoming increasingly important: Whether an intervertebral disc or cardiovascular problem - modern medical technology equipment allows doctors to closely monitor and make the appropriate diagnoses.

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01. July 2021 | 10:41 CET | by André Will-Laudien

CureVac, Barrick Gold, Troilus Gold - Now it is important to keep your nerves!

  • Gold

The bull market is maturing a bit more every day. It is no longer young - because it has been running steadily since 2015. Admittedly, it stuttered a bit in March 2020, but the subsequent recovery was all the more violent. There are long-term fundamental trends, so-called megatrends, such as digitalization or e-mobility. At present, we can assume that the mining industry will also boom again in contrast to the crypto world. That is because the medium-term parameters here match the current economic trends. Here is a small selection of well-positioned stocks.

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30. June 2021 | 14:03 CET | by André Will-Laudien

TUI, Lufthansa, Silver Viper - The doubling opportunities for 2022!

  • Silver

Things are about to get really exciting once again. The travel season is in full swing, hotel occupancy rates are rising, and airlines are enjoying high occupancy rates. But how long will the catch-up effects last? The constraints are still burdensome. Travelers who have previously stayed in high-incidence or virus variant areas must carry a negative test certificate with them when they enter the country and, if a carrier is used, present the proof for the purpose of transport. That does not make travel so easygoing. The first countries are already appearing on the Robert Koch Institute's blacklist again: Portugal and Great Britain. In the autumn, when the temperatures tumble again, this can become a problem.

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30. June 2021 | 13:59 CET | by Nico Popp

Gazprom, Theta Gold Mines, Yamana Gold: Which commodities are the best?

  • Gold

Commodity prices have always been considered an indicator of fundamental changes in the global economy. It is not for nothing that the price of copper is known as "Dr. Copper" because of its role as an economic indicator. Oil and gold also have a signaling effect: when the energy commodity rises, it stands for an intact global economy and incipient inflationary tendencies. Gold is also an inflationary metal in a certain sense. Added to this is the property as crisis insurance. But which commodities are best suited for investment? We run through three scenarios using companies as examples.

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30. June 2021 | 12:59 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

CureVac, Cardiol Therapeutics, MorphoSys - Here it is going powerfully upwards!

  • Biotechnology

Biotech stocks offer investors not only an exciting but also a very profitable investment environment. But the sector is also attractive for traders due to its high volatility. CureVac took a beating recently as the efficacy of its Corona vaccine disappointed. The price of MorphoSys falls despite good news and positive analyst comments. The Canadian Cardiol Therapeutics could be on the verge of a revaluation. Where can the most significant gains be made in the short term?

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30. June 2021 | 12:07 CET | by Armin Schulz

SAP, Barsele Minerals, BioNTech - Shares have no alternative

  • Investments

The USA is expecting growth of 7% this year and Germany is expected to grow by 3.7%. This growth is above the currently expected inflation. As an investor, you should not be afraid of 2023, even if the FED wants to raise interest rates twice by then. One can confidently assume that interest rates will rise marginally from this historically low level, and that, in turn, is a sign of economies with growth prospects. In addition, the boom in equities could last much longer due to major changes such as e-mobility, climate neutrality and the like. In times of significant changes such as industrialization, there were long-lasting bull markets in equities. Since bonds are still hardly yielding any returns, equities remain highly attractive.

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30. June 2021 | 11:12 CET | by Stefan Feulner

JinkoSolar, Kodiak Copper, BASF - Caution: This market will explode!

  • Copper

Due to the energy transition, the raw materials sector is undergoing a historic upheaval. Due to a CO2 reduction in the economy and transport, coal, gas and crude oil will lose importance in the future. The demand for metals such as copper will increase exorbitantly in order to expand the capacities for the generation and storage of renewable energies. Copper is and will remain irreplaceable in the electrification of the global economy due to its chemical properties. In 2020, the supply deficit rose to 560,000 metric tons, the highest in a decade. And transportation electrification is just getting started.

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30. June 2021 | 11:04 CET | by Nico Popp

BP, NewPeak Metals, Nordex: Three shares with energy

  • Commodities

The energy turnaround offers excellent opportunities - that is what you read in many media reports. Indeed, regenerative energy has a great appeal - it does not produce any CO2 emissions. But this is not entirely true. The production of solar panels and wind turbines requires raw materials. Only when these are also produced in a climate-neutral way are regenerative energy sources genuinely sustainable. At the same time, oil and gas still play a significant role in the energy mix. We outline three companies involved in this complex of topics and also examine investment opportunities.

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29. June 2021 | 14:04 CET | by Nico Popp

SAP, Barrick Gold, GSP Resource: How to invest smartly

  • Copper

Stocks rise and rise. A little more than a year ago, the hope that not everything would be so bad in the end boosted share prices. The end of the pandemic now seems to be near. Linked to this is the hope that the future will bring many new things and that established companies, in particular, will be able to secure a large piece of the pie. But which sectors are exciting? We take a look at two different industries and discuss the opportunities and risks.

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29. June 2021 | 13:23 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Steinhoff International, Aspermont, Bike24 - Endless possibilities

  • Investments

Do you remember the last few years of the past millennium, when Amazon was ridiculed for trying to sell books over the Internet? Now, around 20 years later, there are hardly any goods that can no longer be purchased on the World Wide Web. The transformation from off to online is already well advanced. Even magazines or books are increasingly read on tablets these days. Digitization offers endless opportunities for media companies to scale their original business model, with massive potential for the respective companies.

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29. June 2021 | 12:37 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Siemens Energy, QMines, AUTO1 Group - Watch out: invest in the best stock market newcomers!

  • Gold

IPO underpricing measures the difference between the price subscribers have to pay for new issues, i.e. the issue price and the prices then traded on the stock exchange. This phenomenon was first addressed in studies some 50 years ago. In sum, IPO underpricing exists worldwide. However, depending on the market phase, country and market capitalization size, this effect can look very different. It is, therefore, wrong to conclude that every IPO is a success. We separate the wheat from the chaff. Which stock is a clear buy?

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29. June 2021 | 11:47 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Varta, JinkoSolar, Ballard Power, Sierra Growth - Energy technology on the test bench

  • Copper

What will mobility look like in 10 years? Will we all be riding bicycles because climate regulations make it impossible to move around using electricity or fossil fuels? Or are there still revolutionary developments that go beyond the battery as a universal remedy? Germany continues to experience an energy shortage because we buy cheap nuclear power from abroad. That is how things can go when a messed-up energy policy is associated with climate protection goals. No matter how things go, the world needs copper for modern technologies, and this raw material is in short supply.

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28. June 2021 | 14:42 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

BYD, EuroSports Global, Varta - Electric music is playing in Asia

  • Electromobility

Electromobility is considered the central building block of a sustainable and climate-friendly transportation system based on renewable energies. There are currently around 70 electric vehicle models from German manufacturers on the market. In 2020, the stock of passenger cars with electric drives in Germany comprised only 137,000 vehicles, according to the Federal Motor Transport Authority. The federal government wants to significantly boost the market with purchase incentives by the end of 2025, extensive investments in expanding the charging infrastructure and tax incentives. However, if you look at the global situation, it quickly becomes evident that Asia dominates the action. We introduce you to three stocks that offer great opportunities. Who has the best cards?

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28. June 2021 | 13:38 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Infineon, Nvidia, BMW, Defense Metals - Exploding commodity prices ahead!

  • Commodities

The explosion in commodity prices is foreseeable. Due to the fatal misjudgment of the governments on how the COVID pandemic will develop, the economies are currently in a supply shock. The months-long lockdowns have broken off some supply chains, and the breakdown in the Suez Canal has further aggravated the situation. Ever Given's wrecked ship is still stuck in the Egyptian Bitter Lake with 20,000 containers on board. Whether in cell phones, electric vehicles, non-fossil power generation and storage, or modern server farms - industrial metals are needed everywhere. For special applications, we even need rare earths, which makes it highly political.

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28. June 2021 | 12:57 CET | by Armin Schulz

Alibaba, Blackrock Silver, First Majestic Silver - Why July 1 is so important

  • Silver

What is so special about July 1? On that day, the Chinese Communist Party will celebrate its 100th anniversary. It is common knowledge that the Chinese government plays by its rules. If someone violates these rules, appropriate measures are taken. The ever-increasing price of raw materials is not at all to the taste of the Chinese, who are known to have a great need for raw materials. Without further ado, the Chinese announced that they would soon release strategic state reserves of various metals, which initially led to the consolidation of some commodities. Chinese companies are also currently very cautious, as no one wants to disrupt the July 1 celebration. After the celebration, the reins could loosen a bit.

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28. June 2021 | 12:07 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Nel ASA, Mineworx Technologies, Volkswagen - The next stage ignited

  • Investments

Without question, electric cars are the big winners of the mobility revolution. If Germany wants to meet the targets of the Paris climate agreement, CO2 emissions are to fall by at least 50% by 2030. This seals the slow farewell to combustion engines. But now, new problems are emerging concerning electromobility. In addition to the scarcity of the required raw materials, the issue of recycling the batteries and recovering the raw materials is coming up. Here, a market worth billions opens up with huge potential for the respective companies.

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28. June 2021 | 11:15 CET | by Nico Popp

Pfizer, Sartorius, Defence Therapeutics: Health as an investment opportunity

  • Biotechnology

Tremendous opportunities lie dormant in biotech companies. New therapeutic approaches are suitable for fighting civilization diseases such as cardiovascular problems, cancer and Alzheimer's. In recent years, there has been a whole series of scientific breakthroughs. Some studies have shown phenomenal possibilities. It is now up to innovative companies to turn laboratory findings into practical clinical results. For shareholders, the opportunities are plentiful.

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25. June 2021 | 14:01 CET | by Nico Popp

BYD, Siemens Healthineers, Silver Viper: Many trends in one share

  • Silver

Trends and hypes on the stock market are not always easy: Sometimes they are slow, then there are dynamic upward phases, and sometimes you need patience. Whether it is electromobility, renewable energy or the latest developments in medical technology, no one knows when prices will rise. What is certain, however, is that all of the industries mentioned have a future. So how do you invest? We outline three stocks around the mentioned industries.

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25. June 2021 | 12:36 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Nordex, XPhyto Therapeutics, Siemens AG - Growth without end

  • Biotechnology

The Federal Reserve paves the way. After discussions around possible early interest rate hikes flared up last week on the occasion of the Federal Reserve's Open Market Committee, FED head Jerome Powell came forward in person yesterday and dampened burgeoning inflation concerns. While the effects of the pickup in economic activity at the end of the Corona pandemic were stronger than forecast, they should fade over time. Therefore, the loose monetary policy will continue to drive growth - a breeding ground for development and technology stocks and further rising prices.

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25. June 2021 | 12:32 CET | by André Will-Laudien

NEL, Plug Power, Royal Helium - Things could get explosive here!

  • Helium

The energy turnaround in Europe is tied to several factors. On the one hand, it is about reducing emissions, especially of harmful climate gases. On the other hand, companies want to leave a green footprint because it is good for the public reputation and opens other doors of refinancing on the investor level. Concerning ESG criteria, we certainly want to attribute ethical, ecological reasons to most companies. Nevertheless, the road to greater climate neutrality is still rocky and cost-intensive for most. Another prerequisite is that substitute materials and environmentally friendly precursors are equally subject to scarcity since supply chains have been broken. Therefore, the pivotal point for climate-oriented business is the factual competence of the "how," then the necessary means, and finally, the material availability.

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25. June 2021 | 11:29 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Commerzbank, Theta Gold Mines, Corestate Capital - Watch out: the hunt has begun!

  • Gold

The value and the price paid for a share on the stock exchange can be thought of in very different ways. If there is too big a discrepancy here, the hour strikes for wise investors. Undervaluation or overvaluation is always in the eye of the beholder. Time will tell whether it was a "value" buy or a "value trap." We pick up the trail of three exciting investments. Where are opportunities lurking, and where are the dangers?

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25. June 2021 | 10:58 CET | by Armin Schulz

Carnavale Resources, Rio Tinto, TotalEnergies - Commodities still in hype

  • Commodities

Commodities are in demand, as seen from the Bloomberg Commodity Index, which reached a multi-year high on June 11. Among other things, this is due to China's enormous hunger for raw materials and the infrastructure program of the USA. Inflation fears also drive more investors to commodities, as there is no end in sight to the loose monetary policy. In addition, there is a rethinking of climate protection, giving rise to hypes such as hydrogen or e-mobility. These new technologies require raw materials such as copper or nickel, and so commodity prices are picking up significantly in almost all sectors. That's why we are taking a look at three exciting commodity companies today.

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24. June 2021 | 15:51 CET | by André Will-Laudien

windeln.de, Steinhoff, Mineworx Technologies - Can you believe it?

  • Investments

The capital markets are going in circles! A new round every day. Usually weak in the morning and up again in the evening as Wall Street rises. A never-ending game at absolute top levels. The slogan of the investment banks is "buy on any dips" because they naturally want to continue their business with the lucrative new issues. The pressure to refinance becomes stronger in an inflationary environment for companies because they first have to lay out preliminary products that have become expensive. Investors are therefore demanding more risk premium today than they were a few months ago. Once large stocks have taken off, investors are also turning their attention to smaller stocks. Penny stocks, in particular, are being moved back and forth with the help of social media slogans.

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24. June 2021 | 15:38 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Coca-Cola, Beyond Meat, The Very Good Food Company - Green Food, Blue Planet!

  • Vegan

To eat vegan or live consciously, let's say, is a decision that more and more people are making for themselves. According to estimates, there are between 700,000 and 1.3 million vegans living in Germany alone. In addition, there is a steadily growing number of so-called flexitarians who do not yet feel that they belong to be veganism; however, their food plan contains a heavily reduced amount of animal products. Even insects are included in the discussion of veganism so that vegans also do not (should not) consume honey from bees. Political and social change is progressing, and people's daily habits are changing accordingly. We look at the approaches of modern food producers.

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24. June 2021 | 12:52 CET | by Stefan Feulner

CureVac, Cardiol Therapeutics, Bayer - Where we go from here

  • Biotechnology

Biotechnology has an extraordinary impact on our lives. The perception and appreciation of the future industry of the 21st century has increased significantly in the past year. All thanks due to the race for vaccines against the coronavirus. Yet investing in a biotechnology startup requires patience and a willingness to take risks. The risk that an active ingredient will not work in the end, as the example of CureVac shows, is high. On the other hand, however, investors have the opportunity to multiply their invested capital in the event of successful approval.

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24. June 2021 | 11:59 CET | by Nico Popp

Plug Power, NEL, Pure Extraction: Hydrogen on hold - here is what's next

  • Hydrogen

Hydrogen is clean and suitable for storing large amounts of energy. Especially around trucks, ships and even airplanes, the technology is under discussion. Moreover, if the hydrogen is produced using renewable energies, the energy source is even essentially climate-neutral. Nevertheless, the sky is not currently full of violins for all hydrogen companies. Why? The competition is growing, and not every area of application is proving to have a promising future.

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24. June 2021 | 11:10 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

About You, RYU Apparel, TUI - Short and simple: Cool returns!

  • lifestyle

Treat yourself. Now that the world is getting a little more normal and the sun is shining, the desire to travel is increasing. But a shopping spree or two can also inspire. And if you are feeling sporty, buying a stylish, innovative sports outfit kills two birds with one stone. We have brought along three exciting stocks. Who will win the race?

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23. June 2021 | 15:15 CET | by Nico Popp

BYD, Plug Power, Saturn Oil & Gas: Take a close look at the energy transition!

  • Oil

Everyone is talking about electromobility and hydrogen - but what does it look like in reality? There are still many combustion engines in good condition on the roads. Scrapping them cannot be sustainable. The global energy mix also shows that renewable energies are a welcome trend but by no means the rule: As reported by the International Energy Agency, oil accounted for 31.5% of primary energy supply in 2018. It is followed by coal at 26.8%, and gas at 22.8%. Fossil energy sources thus had a share of more than 80% in 2018. These energy sources will still be needed in the coming years.

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23. June 2021 | 14:03 CET | by André Will-Laudien

BHP, Glencore, NewPeak Metals - Scarce, scarce and sold out!

  • Commodities

Whoever tries to order an e-bike from the Internet these days sometimes gets the delivery notice: "Due to missing components delivery delayed indefinitely!" Reason: The container ship "Ever Given" in the Suez Canal, shipwrecked, is still fully loaded at the Egyptian quay walls and is waiting to continue its journey. However, the insurance issues have not yet been resolved because the accident caused considerable damage to the canal structure. The riparian states admittedly do not want to pay for the restoration. It may therefore take some time before the insurance sum is paid. Moreover, on the ship are also bicycle components of the manufacturer Shimano, so European bicycle manufacturers cannot deliver!

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23. June 2021 | 13:33 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Varta, dynaCERT, Nordex - Strong development

  • Hydrogen

Renewable energies are essential concerning the targeted climate neutrality. For the long-term success of the energy transition and climate protection, alternatives to fossil energy sources are being sought. The switch to the new sources of photovoltaics, wind, hydrogen or geothermal energy opens up new economic sectors with considerable potential. Many companies have recognized the signs of the times, already initiated the turnaround and are now facing a bright future.

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23. June 2021 | 13:14 CET | by André Will-Laudien

FuelCell, NEL, Enapter - Hydrogen on the rise again!

  • Hydrogen

It was quiet around the hydrogen stocks for a few months. Although we see high stock market turnover, the prices tended to move sideways. Yesterday there was good quarterly news from Plug Power, sales are increasing, but the loss continued to grow because of their high investment costs. The whole industry was caught in the downward trend, but in the last 4 weeks, there was a small revival of the stocks. The independent research organization SINTEF from Norway forecasts a massive market for hydrogen with a demand of over 100 million tons by 2050. We take a brief look at the protagonists' cards.

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23. June 2021 | 12:21 CET | by Armin Schulz

Commerzbank, wallstreet:online, Volkswagen - What is the German stock market doing?

  • Investments

Last Friday, there was the so-called witches' Sabbath, and the DAX fell by over 300 points, but by Monday, the buyers returned. All signs point to economic recovery, also in the USA. The FED has announced that it does not intend to raise interest rates before 2023, despite inflation significantly higher than Germany. The European Central Bank has not yet announced anything about raising interest rates. They are trying to keep the economy going, and Mr. Draghi had tried to fan inflation for a long time but failed at the time. The ECB would undoubtedly like to see inflation of 2-3% over a more extended period, and that makes investing in stocks or other tangible assets still attractive.

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23. June 2021 | 11:28 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Standard Lithium, Osino Resources, Ballard Power - These stocks are going through the roof

  • Gold

When German investors think of Canadian stocks, two topics usually come to mind: commodities and cannabis. Many companies from these two sectors are headquartered in one of the Canadian cities of Montreal, Vancouver or Toronto. The Canadian stock market accounts for 5% of the world's stock market capitalization, while the country holds only 0.5% of the world's population. But there are also interesting investments outside the two sectors mentioned. So who makes the race?

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23. June 2021 | 10:40 CET | by Nico Popp

Deutsche Bank, Telekom, Aspermont: Here are the digitization winners

  • Digitization

We now see in our everyday lives that digital solutions promise significant benefits: searching for a car-sharing vehicle or an electric scooter is only really fun with a smartphone. Many of the inconveniences of the Corona pandemic are also bearable, thanks to digital solutions. For example, the transmission of test results or proof of vaccination. Many traditional industries are also facing change thanks to digitalization. While large companies sometimes suffer from the change, small companies can gain market share. We outline three values.

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22. June 2021 | 15:02 CET | by Nico Popp

JinkoSolar, Defense Metals, Gazprom: Values for the yield kick

  • Investments

The fight against climate change is an ideological issue in many places. That is why there are bitter opponents of the measures. But clean energy should be in everyone's interest - at least if it is profitable to produce. Many people rightly have reservations about pushing technology onto the market solely based on subsidies. History has shown that this creates the wrong incentives and even restricts the development of technology that could become established in the long term.

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22. June 2021 | 14:07 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Steinhoff, Barsele Minerals, Bayer - This is explosive for the stock markets

  • Investments

Will the central banks change their direction, or will "the policy of cheap money" remain in place with unlimited bond purchases and zero interest rates to benefit growth? Last week, the markets were already caught on the wrong foot after the FED forecast two interest rate hikes for 2023. Then, the President of the St. Louis Fed, James Bullard, added even more salt to investors' wounds. He sees an accelerated tightening of monetary policy as a normal reaction to economic growth and rampant inflation in the wake of the economy's return from the Corona shock.

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22. June 2021 | 13:26 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Volkswagen, EuroSports Global, Geely - Enormous future potential

  • Electromobility

Electromobility is one of the growth markets of the coming years. The switch from combustion engines to battery-powered vehicles is already a done deal and is being driven forward by automakers at an ever-faster pace. Even far away from automobiles, e-mobility will be a central component of a smart and resource-conserving lifestyle. A market in which companies outside the automotive industry will also participate. Seize the opportunity!

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22. June 2021 | 12:36 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

MorphoSys, Defence Therapeutics, Formycon - Biotechnology shares with great potential

  • Biotechnology

In the wake of the corona pandemic, companies such as BioNTech, Pfizer and Moderna demonstrated how quickly and safely vaccines can be developed and mass-produced using innovative biotechnological processes. Biotech stocks have risen in favor again, even outside Covid-19. However, some stocks lag behind the price targets forecast by experts, while others are slowly moving (again) in the right direction. We look at three stocks that offer excellent opportunities at the current price level.

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22. June 2021 | 12:07 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Varta, BYD, NIO, Tesla, Almonty Industries - Battery becomes next billion-dollar topic!

  • RareEarths

The extent to which reality sometimes diverges from stock market trends is especially noticeable in hotly traded stocks. Early last week, it was the postponement of CureVac's vaccine launch that caused the stock price to lose 50% briefly. Then on Friday, there was the virtual AGM of Varta AG. The mood was very good in the run-up and the share reached a 5-month high of EUR 142. But then there was a correction of over 10% and the price found itself yesterday at EUR 127. The reason: premium manufacturers like Porsche are now going into battery research themselves. This opens up a competitor for Varta among the intended customers - they certainly had not bet on this, but the battery issue is a billion-dollar thing!

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21. June 2021 | 14:19 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Barrick Gold, NSJ Gold, First Majestic Silver- Buy and stay patient

  • Gold

In Gold we trust - is the name of a publication that has been published since 2007 and has become a benchmark for interested gold investors. The authors believe that gold and silver have an excellent chance to climb to higher prices at the end of the current year. For the end of the decade, the experts forecast at least a price of USD 4,800 per ounce of gold. Given such optimistic forecasts, we will look below at three shares that should benefit significantly from this.

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21. June 2021 | 13:32 CET | by Armin Schulz

Royal Dutch Shell, Sierra Growth, Nel ASA - Stocks with increased profit opportunities

  • Investments

Since the markets have been climbing incessantly, it is not easy to find exciting stocks with potential. Most of the time, the ratios are already much too high, such as the price-earnings ratio (P/E) or the price-sales ratio (P/S). It is crucial to quickly detect new trends and get in on time before the party is over. In the coming week, an important date is coming up for the large US big tech companies. The House Judiciary Committee will vote on some anti-trust legislation. As a result, tech stocks should be cautious. Today we have picked out three stocks where we think profit opportunities are particularly promising.

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21. June 2021 | 12:52 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Porsche, Gazprom, Teck Resources, GSP Resource - The raw materials rally continues!

  • Copper

There was a minor decline on Friday. Rarely could the DAX in recent weeks get caught up in a correction. But on triple witching, it fell from the morning onwards and lost a full 2% to 15,420 points over the course of the day. The all-time high at 15.808 is now a bit removed, and the sidelines also had to give up a bit. The S&P 500 had its first bad week since the significant May correction. However, the chart technicians are still calm; it was probably just a correction in the uptrend. Commodities were largely spared from the correction, Brent and WTI oil at highs near USD 74 and 71 respectively, and copper still just under USD 10,000.

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21. June 2021 | 12:06 CET | by Nico Popp

Deutsche Bank, ThyssenKrupp, White Metal Resources: When opportunities arise from legacy issues

  • Commodities

What will the market bring in the second half of the year? Will the takeover merry-go-round spin and blue chips continue to climb in the wake of the booming comeback economy? Or do infrastructure programs and further construction drive the steel sector? The chances are good that the economy is again breathing a breath of fresh air and is on the verge of a long-lasting upswing. Traditionally, this upswing is characterized by setbacks, particularly at the beginning. We outline how investors can invest, taking three stocks as examples.

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21. June 2021 | 11:25 CET | by Nico Popp

BYD, QMines, Varta: Investors must now think outside the box

  • Electromobility

E-cars are back! It is not just on the roads that we see more and more electric cars. Shares related to electromobility have also been at the top of the price list again for a few days. After major car manufacturers had already ventured to move toward electromobility months ago, the air was out for some shares. Now, however, the stocks are starting to jump again. In the slipstream of BYD and Co., other shares could pick up. We present some attractive stocks.

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21. June 2021 | 10:49 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Palantir, Blackrock Silver, Freenet - Decisive weeks

  • Silver

Uncertainties on the capital markets are increasing, and so is the potential for corrections. The reason is once again the concerns about rampant inflation. After last week's meeting of the US Federal Reserve, key interest rates were left at historic lows, but discussions about curbing bond purchases and possible interest rate hikes as early as 2022 continue to grow. If the FED were to call an end to the ultra-loose monetary policy soon, this would be a fatal sign for the markets with far-reaching consequences.

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18. June 2021 | 15:10 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

MorphoSys, Biogen, Sierra Growth - What is next?

  • Investments

Pharmaceutical stocks are a bit like that: Giants like Johnson & Johnson or Novartis have an extensive product portfolio and can cushion failures of individual products quite well. It is often a matter of life and death for smaller, specialized companies with every development. Just yesterday, this could be observed in the CureVac share after its Corona vaccine candidate only achieved an efficacy of 47% in the clinical 2b/3 phase. Within a very short time, it disintegrated the stock price. Meanwhile, biotech pioneer Biogen surprised with an unjustified share price rally, which, however, could come to an abrupt end after a new setback. The situation is different for MorphoSys. Its planned acquisition of Constellation Pharmaceuticals initially weighed heavily on the share price, but it holds exciting potential. And the Canadian mining Company Sierra Growth is operating in a completely different environment; however, it has a top opportunity to offer in the current inflationary environment and should not go unmentioned.

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18. June 2021 | 14:39 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Carnival, TUI, Desert Gold - A total upswing or is it all over again?

  • Gold

It is probably one of the strangest travel waves since we could remember. For months we Germans could not leave our own country's borders without great effort; the ski season in 2020/21 fell victim to the COVID pandemic almost completely. Now we experience amazingly low incidences, which probably would have come even without lockdown...but let's take that as a given because some action had to be taken as public proof of action, after all. Now travel is possible again with good conditions for the vaccinated and a bit more cumbersome for recovered, healthy and non-vaccinated. Exciting to observe: How are the travel companies doing now?

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18. June 2021 | 13:05 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Adidas, RYU Apparel, About You, Nike - Fully on Trend

  • lifestyle

When Germany plays France, it is also a battle of Adidas versus Nike. For the sporting goods manufacturers, the European Football Championship is the marketing highlight of this year, alongside the Olympic Games in Tokyo. Trade in sporting goods is booming. The Corona pandemic has made a new trend, sports at home, a crisis winner. Sales, especially online, skyrocketed. This trend is likely to remain even after the gym openings, and it promises enormous growth leaps for manufacturers.

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18. June 2021 | 12:49 CET | by André Will-Laudien

CureVac, BioNTech, Novavax, XPhyto Therapeutics - The Covid giants and the sellout!

  • Biotechnology

How quickly the tide can turn in the environment of the Corona pandemic can be seen in the vaccine manufacturers and test providers. BioNTech's share price has been rising steadily since the start of the vaccination campaign in Germany, and minor reports of potential side effects are hardly disturbing. In the case of test provider NanoRepro, the bull market of recent months is turning into a total sell-off, with the share losing over 70%. And then there is the Tübingen-based biotech Company CureVac. Delays in approval and a shock on efficacy send the share down by a whole 50% in one day. We take a closer look at the situation.

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18. June 2021 | 12:33 CET | by Armin Schulz

Kodiak Copper, Deutsche Telekom, Varta - What is going on in commodities?

  • Copper

The hype around wood lasted until May 25, after which the rally ended and the price consolidated by a whopping 40%. Gold was trading above USD 1,900 last week. In parallel to this article's writing, the price is below USD 1,800. A minus of about 5.5% within five days, and the industrial metal for electrification and copper, dropped by 8%. Currently, all factors speak for a further increase in commodity prices. Real interest rates are still negative, and inflation should also remain high. The Fed could not help calm the markets, although interest rate hikes were not announced until 2023. However, the Fed intends to continue its bond purchases. Consolidation can always occur after strong increases, and so we will see long-term rising commodity prices, especially for precious metals and copper.

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18. June 2021 | 11:34 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Bayer, White Metal Resources, Barrick Gold - Trendsetting news

  • Gold

At Federal Reserve's meeting, runaway inflation was the topic par excellence. With US consumer prices up 5% in May, market participants assumed at least an announcement of a pullback in bond market volume. However, an interest rate hike, which would actually be necessary for price stability, is not considered before 2023, according to FED Chairman Jerome Powell. Thus, through the continued ultra-loose monetary policy, he refers to the attitude that economic growth and a rising stock market are more important than low inflation.

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18. June 2021 | 09:56 CET | by Nico Popp

Adler Modemärkte, Steinhoff, Osino Resources: Which penny stocks have substance?

  • Investments

Penny stocks often have something disreputable about them - at least in Germany. As soon as a share is quoted at less than EUR 1 in Germany, it is considered to be at risk of insolvency. The reason for this is that the minimum nominal value of German stock corporations is EUR 1. Abroad, however, things are quite different: In Australia, it is not uncommon for shares to trade even below one cent. For investors who are used to this, it is anything but disreputable. In concrete terms, it all depends on the companies themselves anyway. We profile three companies that are either penny stocks or were, not long ago.

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17. June 2021 | 15:44 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Deutsche Bank, Enapter, LPKF - Profit from the green future!

  • Hydrogen

Last year's boom topic, hydrogen, has suffered its first setbacks on the stock market. Industry leaders such as Nel ASA, Plug Power and Ballard corrected sharply in the first half of the stock market year. The valuations of the companies around the green future industry were too high. Nevertheless, it is becoming increasingly clear that decarbonization and the achievement of climate targets are not possible without green hydrogen. Politicians have recognized the signs and released more than EUR 8 billion in subsidies just last month. Take advantage of the second wave.

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17. June 2021 | 13:58 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

NewPeak Metals, Barrick Gold, Aurelius - A league of their own, performance without end!

  • Commodities

Most experts agree gold will soon reach a new high. Who wants to invest not only physically in the precious metal can participate in "gold companies." As a rule, good quality companies perform better than the "underlying." The safest option is to invest in producers, but the potential return is much higher with exploration companies due to the higher risk. Which will you choose?

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17. June 2021 | 13:52 CET | by Nico Popp

Daimler, Mineworx Technologies, BASF: Investing in the mobility revolution

  • Investments

The world keeps spinning - faster and faster, it feels. New technology is causing certain industries to rethink. Electromobility is one such catalyst: mining companies and companies from the chemical industry and other suppliers must prepare themselves because soon, most cars will run on batteries. There are great opportunities here - for carmakers who are on their toes and for resourceful experts in the field of recycling.

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17. June 2021 | 12:54 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Nel ASA, Plug Power, Deutsche Rohstoff AG: Oil explosion or hydrogen hype?

  • Oil

Brent prices are going through the roof! The stock markets have to digest their COVID trauma, and China is hoarding oil and other commodities to satisfy the upcoming boom. Many consumers worldwide are waiting for the delivery of their long-ordered products. Problem: Shortages of raw materials and chips are causing massive delivery delays around the globe. Then there were events like the blockade of the Suez Canal or the restrictive stance of OPEC. One would like to keep prices high; at least the Federal Reserve recently sounded the alarm: 5% inflation in a monthly rate! Warning shot or starting trend?

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17. June 2021 | 11:21 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Volkswagen, Defense Metals, Salzgitter AG - Disastrous consequences!

  • RareEarths

The NATO summit in Brussels last weekend once again showed the increasingly hardening relations between the USA on the one hand and China and Russia on the other. At the same time, the NATO powers seem to underestimate how dependent they are on the Middle Kingdom in terms of the energy transition. By capping access to rare minerals essential for electric vehicles, wind turbines and drones, the Western states are threatened with a bottleneck that will have a major impact on the development of new technologies.

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17. June 2021 | 11:04 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Varta, Apple, BYD, EuroSports Global - The stock market stars of electric mobility

  • Electromobility

The number of companies focusing on the electric mobility sector has been rising sharply for the past 2 years. Different business models and the majority of the companies are suppliers to larger integrators. Then there are many followers and startups that still want to harvest a piece of the future pie. For many ideas, time is ticking - time to market is the keyword - because the race for ready and in-demand products started about 5 years ago. Those who are just starting out today could be too late to market once the lengthy and costly development and testing phases have been completed. Apple and Google are investing billions to be part of it. We deal with a few of these protagonists.

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16. June 2021 | 15:03 CET | by André Will-Laudien

SAP, TeamViewer, Siemens Energy, QMines: These are the buy signals!

  • Commodities

A tick higher every day, letting off some steam in between, but then closing at all-time highs again. This is the current stock market trend, which presents itself daily. It continues to be the stock market darlings and large standard stocks that move up. The NASDAQ has done a 4-week ride again, as it has done for the third time in a year. A 1000 point correction is followed by a 1500 point rise to a new high. Those who are not there just watch; even harder it hits the shorties, who again were not allowed to experience a bear market. The miraculous money multiplication thus continues. We look at interesting titles.

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16. June 2021 | 14:26 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Blackrock Silver, JinkoSolar, K+S - Betting on the trend

  • Silver

Silver is not only in demand as a "crisis currency," but also from industry. The precious metal is characterized by several advantageous physical properties that make it extremely valuable for industrial use. For example, silver plays a major role in solar and battery production. As a result, the price of silver has already risen significantly in recent months. But what if the trend continues for longer?

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16. June 2021 | 12:21 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Nel ASA, Pure Extraction Corp., Ballard Power - Advantage hydrogen!

  • Hydrogen

While the stock market darlings of the past year, hydrogen shares, are still working on their chart-technical bottoming phases after heavy price losses in the spring, the topic is at the center of political attention concerning the energy turnaround. According to the Ministry of Economic Affairs, hydrogen is the missing piece of the puzzle so that climate protection can succeed in industry and the economy remains competitive at the same time. This week alone, the federal government released EUR 1 billion in funding for six hydrogen projects in Bavaria.

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16. June 2021 | 11:59 CET | by Armin Schulz

Barrick Gold, Triumph Gold, Bayer - is a golden summer coming?

  • Gold

An old stock market adage says: Sell in May and go away. In German: Sell your positions; in summer, the market will consolidate. There was a slight correction at the beginning of May, but the DAX has been climbing since then. It is currently trying to reach the 16,000 point mark. The price of gold recently traded above USD 1,900 for the first time again, which can certainly be understood as a sign that investors want to secure their money from inflation. While the US Federal Reserve emphasized that it does not want to take any countermeasures for the time being, the US Treasury Secretary Yellen recently surprised with the statement that higher interest rates would be good for the United States. It remains exciting. There is the possibility of a golden summer on the markets.

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16. June 2021 | 11:25 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Nordex, Theta Gold Mines, SAP - Decision day!

  • Gold

The more rapid than expected rise in inflation is causing increasing concern among market participants. The head of the US Federal Reserve, Jerome Powell, repeatedly pointed out that the FED wants to stick to the loose monetary policy despite the currently growing price increases. Tonight, the Federal Open Market Committee meets. According to reports, more and more members favor an earlier rate hike, which would have serious consequences for the economy and the stock market.

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15. June 2021 | 14:17 CET | by André Will-Laudien

NIO, Volkswagen, Toyota, Silkroad Nickel - Now it really starts!

  • Nickel

Armin Laschet (CDU), the CDU/CSU candidate for chancellor, does not want to give the internal combustion engine an expiration date, even though he himself drives an electric car. He also warns against focusing solely on the electric vehicle regarding climate protection in the transport sector. "I do not believe that this will be the form of mobility for the next 30 years, even though I drive an electric car myself," the CDU federal chairman told Handelsblatt. "There are ecological implications, for example, in battery production and the extraction of raw materials. We will still see many technological leaps." So in terms of e-mobility, the last word has not yet been spoken. Nevertheless, the industry is gearing up for a politically motivated wave of purchases. For this, it needs raw materials.

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15. June 2021 | 13:15 CET | by Nico Popp

CureVac, Cardiol Therapeutics, Bayer: Healthcare for the portfolio

  • Biotechnology

Biotechnology and pharmacology offer us great opportunities. For decades, the world has suffered from a few serious diseases: cancer, cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer's, diabetes and others. Where previously only symptoms were treated, there is now the prospect of a cure thanks to new processes. Even if it still takes a little time to reach market maturity: the innovative companies are already on the market, investors can invest.

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15. June 2021 | 11:29 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Aixtron, Aspermont, LPKF - Starting signal for further price gains

  • Investments

The general conditions on the capital markets remain positive in the short-term perspective. An excess of liquidity, government aid and support programs, and progress in combating the pandemic means that critical factors such as the massive rise in inflation are fading into the background. When things are going well, they go well. So why not bet on stocks in the uptrend that have recently delivered excellent news and with which investors can undoubtedly outperform the market? We present three promising stocks. Who is winning the race?

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15. June 2021 | 11:22 CET | by Nico Popp

Varta, BYD, NSJ Gold: What investors should watch out for

  • Gold
  • Energy
  • RareEarths
  • RareEarthElements

The die is cast: Cars will go electric in the future. A clear course has also emerged in monetary policy in recent years: Central banks tolerate more inflation and stimulate the economy. Governments are also in a spending mood: infrastructure, state aid, investments for the future - at the latest since the outbreak of the pandemic, the powers that be have been governing according to the principle of "What is the cost of the world?" We present three shares that can profit.

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15. June 2021 | 09:23 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Palantir, Saturn Oil + Gas, RWE - Attention: 200% for your portfolio!

  • Oil
  • Gas
  • WTI
  • Hotstock

The stock markets have run hot, and cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Etherum and Co. are too volatile. In contrast, you do not feel comfortable investing in gold and silver despite fundamentally good prospects, such as the high national debt and the risk of rampant inflation. The alternative of leaving the money in the savings account is also no longer effective due to the negative interest rates. We show you an investment with which you can not only preserve your capital but multiply it.

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14. June 2021 | 11:04 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Adler Modemärkte, Barsele Minerals, CureVac - Watch out: The ABC of price rockets!

  • Gold

News is the fuel for prices. The only question is in which direction the prices will go and how long the fuel will last. With the prospect of a loan from the federal government, the shares of the insolvent textile retailer Adler Modemärkte have made substantial gains since mid-May. In the last week, there was also news at Barsele Minerals and CureVac, which should move the prices in the next few days!

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14. June 2021 | 10:55 CET | by Armin Schulz

Plug Power, Troilus Gold, TUI - Step on the gas pedal

  • Gold

While the G7 summit agreed almost unnoticed on global taxes to make the big tech companies pay in the respective countries where they made profits, this news practically did not interest the markets at all. On the one hand, this may be because the introduction will still take years; on the other hand, such news takes a while until it has penetrated fully. Currently, one should therefore exercise a little caution with the large tech stocks. Today, we have picked three companies independent of this and whose share prices should rise in the near future, spurred by good news.

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14. June 2021 | 10:08 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Glencore, Barrick, Sibanye, Carnavale Resources - Inflation drives commodities!

  • Commodities

The metal prices are going through the roof! After the first shock last week, when the People's Republic of China announced that it wanted to actively "fix" the prices for raw materials in the future, the next hammer followed at the end of the week: The consumer price index (CPI) in the USA set inflation at 5% - the highest level since mid-2008. Nevertheless, the central banks still see no reason to reduce the expansive monetary policy; risking an economic collapse in this fragile situation is too high. Given these settings, there are now two options for commodity investors to protect themselves against rising inflation: Invest directly in commodities or buy stocks in the commodities sector.

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14. June 2021 | 08:48 CET | by Nico Popp

NEL, dynaCERT, Volkswagen: Investment ideas from conservative to speculative

  • Hydrogen

The automotive industry is on the move again! Premium manufacturers, in particular, are enjoying good business. Although the trend is towards electric cars, there are alternatives, especially for trucks and other machinery: In recent months, hydrogen titles have been elevated to a pedestal in the media. But despite its good prospects, the technology is not yet ready. We explain what forms of mobility are available and how investors can invest.

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14. June 2021 | 08:02 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Aixtron, Silver Viper, NIO - Bright prospects

  • Silver

The ongoing green technology revolution, driven by the exponential growth of alternatively powered vehicles and continued investment in solar energy, will further accelerate global industrial demand for silver over the next decade. Battery production for electric car use alone will require approximately 20,554 tons of silver by 2030 - bright prospects for silver companies. Yet, development is just at the beginning of a new cycle.

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11. June 2021 | 11:59 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Plug Power, Enapter, Siemens Energy - Hydrogen boom, the next round!

  • Hydrogen

The accounting crisis at the hydrogen industry leader, Plug Power, unsettled investors and forced the entire sector to correct. With the presentation of the corrected annual financial statements in mid-May, this already seems to be water under the bridge. Many stocks quickly began to rally again, as if nothing had happened. But how long can this continue? Are we already seeing the first signs of overheating? It is now essential to focus on companies that produce a steady and sustainable positive news flow.

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11. June 2021 | 11:46 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BYD, Silkroad Nickel, Baumot - WallStreetBets: Enough is enough!

  • Nickel

Yesterday windeln.de and Adler Modemärkte, today Baumot and Nanogate. Every day, a new sow is driven through the village by the gambler community. There are no fundamental reasons for these stocks. The trend, which was started by the Reddit subcommunity WallStreetBets, is now spilling across the pond into Germany. There are companies, especially with regard to the energy transition, that have real potential due to their growth and profit prospects.

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11. June 2021 | 08:26 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Varta, MorphoSys, Theta Gold Mines - Strong tailwind from politics!

  • Gold

As an entrepreneur, it is a particular challenge today to find business models that will come into political focus in the near future. We had this at the turn of the millennium in mobile communications when licenses were sold for future generations. In the meantime, there have been important changes in infrastructure and energy policy - one man's joy is another man's sorrow - and now the government is considering the expansion in the direction of climate protection, only approving new houses with mandatory solar installations. Another major intervention, but certainly in the right direction!

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11. June 2021 | 08:05 CET | by Armin Schulz

BP, Royal Helium, Gazprom - Boosters for the Portfolio

  • Helium

Inflation is here. In the USA 4.2%, in Germany 2.5%. Meanwhile, it may be doubted that these values are of a short-term nature. Commodity prices have been rising for some time, and some craftsmen in Germany are switching to short-time work because they can no longer obtain materials or only at horrendous prices. Inflation means nothing else than a loss of value of money. So, where is the best place to invest at the moment? Dividends would be nice; ideally, more than 3% and additional price gains in stocks would be even nicer. We have picked out three stocks that we think are suitable inflation protectors.

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10. June 2021 | 11:34 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Heidelberger Druck, windeln.de, NEL, Osino Resources - 100% machines!

  • Investments

These are fluctuations! It is not unusual that stock markets tend to caper near their highs. It is currently the order of the day for smaller, relatively insignificant stock exchanges to be traded with extreme price fluctuations in both America and Europe. Yesterday it was Heidelberger Druck and above all windeln.de, which increased about tenfold in 3 trading days. In the USA, the Reddit squeeze of AMC and GameStop is still going on. The shares of Clover Health took the cake yesterday with a 100% increase in one day. We focus on some of the protagonists of this sectoral bull market.

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10. June 2021 | 11:00 CET | by Stefan Feulner

AMC Entertainment, wallstreet:online, Nikola, Adler Modemärkte - What a feast!

  • Investments

Thousands of private investors join forces via online forums such as "WallStreetBets" on Reddit to buy shares in a concerted effort to destroy the business of hedge funds that sold the stock short. The phenomenon was first practiced with game retailer GameStop earlier this year. Now other papers shorted by the institutional investors followed, such as AMC Entertainment, Nokia and Blackberry. New opportunities are discussed daily on the forums. Due to the volatility of the stocks and the growing trade in meme stocks, mainly online brokers profit from the lively hustle and bustle.

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10. June 2021 | 10:25 CET | by Nico Popp

BYD, Varta, Deutsche Rohstoff: These are the stocks of the future

  • Oil

New technologies are turning the markets upside down. Electromobility is fundamentally changing the automotive industry. Whereas in the past, it was engine technology that mattered, today, it is the batteries that determine which cars are considered modern and which are not. The trend toward renewable energy sources is also changing as wind turbines and solar cells require many different raw materials and drive demand. We highlight three companies along the supply chain.

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10. June 2021 | 09:58 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Silver Viper Minerals, Nordex, JinkoSolar - These shares are taking off!

  • Silver

Like gold, silver is a precious metal. Both are characterized by the fact that they do not rust. They have always been used for the production of jewelry and in medicine. However, since silver is much more abundant than gold, its price is many times lower. Currently, the ratio is about 1:70, so it was affordable even for less well-heeled investors, which earned it the nickname of the "poor man's gold." However, silver is also characterized by various physical properties that make it extremely valuable for industrial use today. Due to its excellent conductivity and catalytic properties, it is used in solar and battery production. As a result, the price has literally exploded over the past twelve months. Below are three promising stocks that are directly or indirectly related to the price of silver.

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10. June 2021 | 09:13 CET | by Nico Popp

Triumph Gold, Barrick Gold, Gazprom: Where 20% beckons in the week

  • Gold

Today, new inflation data is due in the USA. Inflation is estimated at 3.4%. But no matter how it turns out, the development of commodity prices in recent weeks and months is already pointing the way for inflation. While some observers expect that a normalization of supply chains could take some price pressure away, certain commodities are simply in short supply: wood, copper and even gold. In the case of the latter metal, rising investor demand could quickly rattle the market and tip it out of balance in favor of rising gold prices.

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09. June 2021 | 10:55 CET | by André Will-Laudien

NIO, JinkoSolar, Siemens Energy, Nevada Copper - This is the copper sensation!

  • Copper

The copper shortage continues as demand is continuously increasing. The current slightly weakening copper price should not hide the general state of the market. Resources are scarce, procurement markets are depleted, and demand remains at a high level. Current trends in the economy are further exacerbating this situation. Modern electric vehicles use about three to four times as much copper as a conventional internal combustion vehicle. It should not be forgotten that the construction of the charging infrastructure also requires significant amounts of copper. New mines are not currently in sight, but there is news from Nevada.

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09. June 2021 | 10:41 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

SAP, RYU Apparel, Zalando - Do not miss it!

  • Investments

The Internet has turned our lives upside down and is now indispensable. According to a forecast by Statista, around EUR 2.37 trillion will be generated in the B2C e-commerce market with physical goods in 2023. According to this forecast, the fashion sector will account for the largest share of sales, at EUR 816.55 billion. The increasing importance of e-commerce is also reflected in the sales performance of global players such as Amazon. Be surprised by three exciting stocks.

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09. June 2021 | 10:41 CET | by André Will-Laudien

BYD, Nordex, Kodiak Copper: The green revolution!

  • Copper

They have not yet been seen in the state elections of Saxony-Anhalt! However, the political green wave in Germany is starting to warm up for the federal election. Consumers expect greater awareness of the Paris Climate Agreement with corresponding measures in our country, especially in Europe. Already today, this is getting investors to focus correctly on the issues of the future. In plain language, this means continued tax incentives of the highest magnitude for so-called "environmentally friendly technologies" that include solar plants and wind power, including, above all, battery-powered mobility and hybrid vehicles. We shed light on some of the favorite stocks.

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09. June 2021 | 10:20 CET | by Armin Schulz

windeln.de, NSJ Gold, MorphoSys - High flyers of today and tomorrow

  • Gold

These are crazy times on the stock market and it is not easy to find the next high flyer. At the moment, even in Germany, there are gambler stocks, such as Adler Modemärkte. Markets are at their all-time highs and even if many cannot comprehend it, I guess you have to get used to it. Money that would otherwise have gone into government bonds flows into the equity markets, bringing a dividend yield instead of interest. Today we present three possible high flyers, whereby windeln.de has probably already gone too far.

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09. June 2021 | 08:56 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Plug Power, NewPeak Metals, Xpeng - Turbo stocks for your portfolio

  • Commodities

Stock market stars of 2020, the shares of companies in the hydrogen, electromobility and fuel cell technology sectors, recovered after heavy losses in the first quarter and are currently on the verge of further price gains. Future prospects for these sectors remain intact. Due to the demand resulting from the energy transition, investors are also focusing on the necessary raw materials. In this context, the shift to a low-carbon economy is only at the beginning of a major upheaval.

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09. June 2021 | 08:28 CET | by Nico Popp

NEL, Troilus Gold, K+S: After the hype is before the hype

  • Gold

For some time now, more and more private investors have been flocking to the trading floor. New, low-cost smartphone brokers and innovative technologies have attracted these investors. Hydrogen stocks, in particular, triggered a stock market boom in 2020. But what is next for these new stock market investors when the shares of NEL, Ballard Power and others no longer perform? Where are there still opportunities? We provide answers.

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08. June 2021 | 11:25 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

BYD, GSP Resource, Varta - Where do we go from here?

  • copper

Electromobility is experiencing strong growth rates. The International Copper Association forecasts a considerable increase in demand for copper over the next 10 years, driven mainly by e-vehicles but also by industry and technology. Copper, lithium & Co are making the triumphant advance of electrification possible in the first place. We present you with exciting shares of the megatrend.

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08. June 2021 | 11:13 CET | by André Will-Laudien

TUI, TeamViewer, White Metal Resources - Is the breakout to the upside coming?

  • Investments

Calm is different! Actually, with volatility well below 20, there should be a noticeable calm in the market. However, this is not the case. There is high turnover in individual stocks and sectoral movements as not seen for 20 years. The reason for this is the number of active shareholders and market participants willing to trade since the many lockdowns. No longer under the supervision of the bosses, one or two trading platforms are simply running along at home. This increases the depth of trading and turnover on the stock exchanges - and 95% of all speculators are trading long. The percentage of shareholders is also growing steadily; in 2021, it could approach 10% in Germany. We look at stocks with breakout potential.

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08. June 2021 | 10:15 CET | by André Will-Laudien

The Power of Digital Media - AMC, ProSieben, Tencent, Aspermont

  • Investments

Sell in May and go away...in 2021, it has not yet worked. The weather in June is much warmer and the markets are rushing from one all-time high to the next. The DAX reached a new high yesterday at 15,732. The mood was outstanding, especially when it came to vehicle values. However, the excesses were slightly slowed down at AMC Entertainment. Now that the Company has placed three capital increases, some calm has returned. We look at a few special situations in this advanced bull market.

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08. June 2021 | 08:25 CET | by Nico Popp

Deutsche Bank, Commerzbank, Sierra Growth: Of fast money and true values

  • Investments

Prices are rising ever more sharply. Industrialized countries have now surpassed even the emerging markets in terms of inflation. For banks, the current market phase is rewarding: investment banking has become a mainstay and the prospect of higher interest rates also gives hope for the bread-and-butter business. We look at why investors should nevertheless not bet on bank shares and what alternatives there are.

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08. June 2021 | 07:47 CET | by Stefan Feulner

NIO, Almonty Industries, Daimler - The power struggle escalates

  • Tungsten

The US government bans American investments for 59 companies from China. They are accused of cooperating with the Chinese state apparatus and military. The response from Beijing is not likely to take long. The Middle Kingdom is pulling the strings concerning the globally planned energy revolution. Whether solar plants, wind turbines or electric cars. The switch from fossil fuels to a sustainable energy supply based on renewable energy requires many metals. At the moment, more than 80% of the production of rare metals takes place in China. The currently prevailing chip shortage could be just a precursor.

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08. June 2021 | 07:44 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Gazprom, Desert Gold, Siemens Energy - Everything is getting more expensive!

  • Gold

Inflation is here. In May, prices in Germany rose by 2.5% over the year as a whole, according to initial calculations by the Federal Statistical Office. Driven by reduced capacities and consumers' saved purchasing power, experts expect price increases between 4 and 5% by the end of the year. Such levels last occurred at the end of 1992. Interest rates, which are kept close to zero by central banks, still act as an accelerant. Hedge your portfolio before it is too late.

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07. June 2021 | 11:06 CET | by Armin Schulz

QMines, BioNTech, Beyond Meat - Stock pearls with a lot of potential

  • Investments

Commodity prices are rising, Corona is still a major theme and stock gambles, like AMC last week, are still working. As a resourceful investor, you have to do your research and ideally get an information edge over other investors. If you read a lot, you learn a lot and can often profit from it. Today we have picked out three stocks with a lot of potential - one from the commodities sector, another the Corona flagship and a chance on the next AMC.

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07. June 2021 | 10:45 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Mineworx Technologies, BASF, Nestlé - Circular economy investment idea

  • Investments

Everything is finite, every material and every raw material. Here is where the idea of a circular economy comes in. The aim is to develop a regenerative system in which resource use and waste production, emissions, and energy waste are minimized by slowing down, reducing, and closing energy and material cycles. The following three companies are all involved in the circular economy in different ways. Shareholders can also benefit from this.

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07. June 2021 | 09:37 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Bayer, Defence Therapeutics, MorphoSys - A paradigm shift in biotechnology

  • Biotechnology

The search for a vaccine against the Coronavirus brought biotechnology back into the focus of investors last year. Companies such as BioNTech or CureVac were able to multiply in this regard. In 2020, the biotech sector in Germany raised a record sum of EUR 3 billion, and the trend is rising sharply. The fight against incurable diseases and the development of important innovations such as vaccines, cancer therapies, or sustainable products lift the segment into higher realms and offer attractive investment opportunities.

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07. June 2021 | 08:40 CET | by Nico Popp

Royal Dutch Shell, BP, Saturn Oil + Gas: Starting signal for the "green" oil megatrend

  • Oil

"This will influence climate legislation around the world," was the headline in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, referring to the ruling by the District Court in The Hague against the Royal Dutch Shell corporation. The court ordered the corporation to reduce its CO2 emissions by 45% by 2030 compared to 2019. Never before has a court forced a corporation to take such drastic climate protection measures. What does this mean for the sector now?

Despite this development, Saturn Oil & Gas announced on Friday after the end of the trading day the successful placement of the capital increase, which had already been adjusted upwards several times, including the greenshoe, now totaling CAD 32.8 million. The use of the proceeds from the placement is quite interesting.

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07. June 2021 | 08:32 CET | by André Will-Laudien

CureVac, Cardiol Therapeutics, Formycon, NanoRepro - Pharma stocks with potential!

  • Biotechnology

In Germany, around 231,000 people died as a result of cancer in 2019. As reported by the Federal Statistical Office, cancer was the cause of a quarter of all deaths. This proportion has hardly changed within 20 years, even though the number of cancer deaths has increased by around 10% since 1999. The precise number 1 cause of widespread disease in Germany is cardiovascular disease, such as heart failure, coronary heart disease and myocardial infarction. With 18.2 million deaths, they represented the most common cause of death worldwide in 2019. In Europe, more than 4 million people die each year due to such a disease, 1.4 million of whom are younger than 75. So research continues to be in demand. We look at interesting representatives of the industry.

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04. June 2021 | 11:12 CET | by Armin Schulz

Desert Gold, Endeavour Mining, Newmont - Gold is rallying as expected

  • Gold

I pointed out the double bottom in gold in one of my earlier articles, and since then, the price has risen over USD 200. Interestingly, the buy-side consists mainly of young investors up to 25 years old. According to research from several online brokers, they own 39% of gold - 3 years ago, it was only 26%. This percentage is three times higher than in the overall population. Inflows into physically deposited gold ETFs amounted to nearly 34 tons. Driven by inflation fears and political tensions, gold is enjoying a renewed revival. We take a look at three gold stocks today.

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04. June 2021 | 10:53 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Brokers in the storm of digitalization - Commerzbank, wallstreet:online, Palantir, SAP

  • Digitization

The stock market madness goes into the next round. If it was GameStop last time, it is now AMC Entertainment. Plus 600% in 2 weeks and the day before yesterday a smooth doubler in one day. The share started at 30 and ran in the high to USD 70. Then yesterday came the issue of 11 million shares to increase liquidity supposedly. Good marketing stunt! The Company is, of course, taking advantage of the high share price to place USD 500 million. That is a sum the Company could not have raised at all six months ago. Yesterday, the Company warned that its share price was far too high.

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04. June 2021 | 10:19 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Nordex, Deutsche Rohstoff AG, Nikola - Enormous scope for further growth

  • Commodities

The replacement of fossil fuels by renewable energies is a done deal. The targets for a climate-neutral world are being raised by politicians almost every week. Nevertheless, according to experts, the world will not get by without oil and gas as the primary source of energy in the future. Oil prices continue to climb, trading at around 30% above pre-Corona levels. At the same time, the economic recovery is only just getting underway. Due to global demand, this trend is likely to continue for some time, with significant upside potential for producers.

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04. June 2021 | 09:27 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Troilus Gold, First Majestic Silver, Sibanye Stillwater - This will move the prices!

  • Gold

The reasons to invest in precious metals are manifold: as protection against inflation, as a crisis currency, or to profit from increasing industrial demand. In addition to investing in gold or silver bars, certificates or funds, active investors are likely to focus on direct investment in stocks that offer good opportunities. The universe is huge, and there is the right opportunity for every risk appetite. Exploration companies searching for raw materials, development companies busy building the mine and ramping up production, or producers, whose success shareholders can ultimately participate in through dividend payouts. Below are three promising stocks that have recently published excellent news.

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04. June 2021 | 08:11 CET | by Nico Popp

Lufthansa, Almonty Industries, Volkswagen VZ: Fresh starts and takeover fantasies

  • Tungsten

It starts again. More and more companies are leaving the crisis behind. Restaurants are full even with mandatory testing, carmakers are picking up where they left off before the crisis, and airlines are once again enjoying more vacationers and business travelers. With the economy making a comeback, certain companies are in particular focus. Others reveal great opportunities only at a second glance. We present three stocks.

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03. June 2021 | 11:02 CET | by Nico Popp

JinkoSolar, BYD, SunMirror: Rich thanks to climate protection

  • Commodities

Sustainability has long been more than just a buzzword. The former core issue of the Greens has now reached all parties. Today, it seems clear that resources should be used intelligently. It is also essential to use regenerative energy. But to manufacture solar panels and store the green electricity generated in this way, raw materials are necessary. Those who have secured these can hope for good business.

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03. June 2021 | 09:53 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Barrick Gold, Scottie Resources, Yamana Gold - Joe Biden, Elon Musk, Janet Yellen and the five-month high in gold

  • Gold

Whether we like it or not, there are people whose statements fundamentally move the global stock markets. When Joe Biden announces economic stimulus programs worth billions, Elon Musk suddenly discovers his heart for the environment after months of hype and thus sends Bitcoin on a downward slide, or the current US Treasury Secretary and former head of the Federal Reserve Janet Yellen suddenly thinks out loud about rising interest rates, investors around the world listen closely. Fortunately, there is one asset class that is relatively unimpressed: Gold. Below are three investment ideas for the precious metal's new bull market!

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03. June 2021 | 08:56 CET | by André Will-Laudien

GameStop, AMC, Bitcoin Group, Triumph Gold - Chaos is the order of the day!

  • Gold

Now the stock market must show how much steam is still in the boiler. Again, the DAX could mark a new ATH the day before yesterday; it was at 15,687 points. Here the air was then somewhat thin, and the afternoon brought a correction to below 15,600 points. The investment community has taken a rest here for the time being. The volatility as a fluctuation indicator even came back strongly in the last few days but then fell back below 20. This indicator shows that the need for hedging is probably dwindling, i.e. the interest of the investment community is instead directed upwards. Some stocks are worth keeping on the radar.

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03. June 2021 | 08:25 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BYD, Sierra Growth, JinkoSolar - The opportunity of the year!

  • Gold

The correction of the boom sectors from 2020 - hydrogen, electric mobility and fuel cell technology - seems to have come to an end for many stocks and currently offers extremely lucrative entry opportunities at a significantly lower level. These can now also be found in gold. The precious metal is currently trading at a 5-month high. Due to the potentially escalating inflation, the fundamental conditions for a further increase in the gold price are more than given.

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02. June 2021 | 11:34 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Infineon, Defense Metals, Aixtron - It is getting tight!

  • RareEarths

Supply bottlenecks in various industries, e.g. wood, metals, semiconductors or chips (see Infineon and Aixtron in this article), are causing prices to skyrocket. Whether only a short-term phenomenon, it remains to be seen. One area that is heading for ever-increasing demand with manageable supply is "rare earths." Particularly for producers or prospective producers or exploration companies, such as Defense Metals, this should pay off in the medium term.

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02. June 2021 | 11:05 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Heidelberger Druck, Steinhoff, Adler Modemärkte, RYU Apparel - These penny stocks are exploding!

  • Investments

Whenever the stock market marks another high, investors think about which stocks might be "left behind." Sure, there are undervalued stocks, yet the market usually has good reasons why stocks are trading low or even in the penny stock range. Often, these are stocks that have reported very low figures or operate an uncompetitive business model. While DAX stocks were able to climb to new highs again yesterday, some stocks still lag or show interesting special movements. We take a closer look at a few stocks that fluctuated strongly.

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02. June 2021 | 09:59 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Volkswagen, Nevada Copper, Geely - Things are heating up!

  • Copper

The fear is going around. The new enemy of the economy is no longer the pandemic but the consequences due to the easing. In May, growth in Chinese industrial activity reached its highest level for 2021 due to rising demand from domestic and global markets. Commodity prices are skyrocketing due to supply shortages, and supply chains are broken, affecting the economy. Due to the green revolution, the trend of expensive metal prices will continue. The losers will be the end consumers, while the winners will be the producers of the scarce goods.

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02. June 2021 | 08:59 CET | by Armin Schulz

Aspermont, Commerzbank, SGL Carbon - Potential after renewal

  • Investments

Sometimes it is a gradual process, but sometimes it is a sudden event like the Corona pandemic. A company gets into trouble and the management has to develop strategies that will nevertheless lead the business into the future. But increasing efficiency and making quick decisions alone will not help. Ideally, business models should be checked for resilience early enough and not just when the tree is on fire. A realignment also always offers an opportunity. Today, we have taken a look at three stocks that are still in a state of upheaval but offer definite potential for your portfolio.

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02. June 2021 | 08:18 CET | by Nico Popp

Adler Modemärkte, Steinhoff, Carnavale Resources: Where gambling pays off and why

  • Investments

Anyone who has money can speculate. If you have no money, you have to speculate. That is how stock market veteran André Kostolany once put it. But only very few people know what a good speculation is. As a rule, private investors are too late when it comes to promising speculations. Only those who recognize good stocks in time and understand the investment stories behind them can score with speculative stocks in the long term. We outline how this works and what investors should look out for, using three stocks as examples.

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01. June 2021 | 11:44 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Royal Dutch Shell, BP, Gazprom, Saturn Oil + Gas - The oil rally is starting now!

  • Oil

Now it is getting really exciting on the oil market. Brent is scratching at the USD 70 mark and WTI is preparing to leave the USD 67 mark behind. At the moment, oil prices are moving at the upper end of their annual range. In addition to a general shortage of raw materials, there is now some inflationary pressure, and to add, many market participants expect a travel boom in the summer. All of this requires energy, and most of it is still made up of fossil components. For some time now, oil prices have benefited from the prospect of a gradual increase in demand. The decisive factor is the economic recovery, especially in the USA, China and large parts of Europe. In this environment, the oil ministers of the OPEC+ Group intend to discuss their production policy on Tuesday.

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01. June 2021 | 11:26 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Nordex, GSP Resource, Intel - Attention: it is not too late!

  • Copper

Months ago, we already drew your attention to the rising copper price due to the expected shortage. Currently, the base price is at a ten-year high. Due to the enormous demand resulting from the energy transition, the trend is likely to continue in the coming years. Large copper producers such as Freeport McMoRan, Glencore or Copper Mountain have already been able to multiply their prices. But it is not too late to jump on the current supercycle.

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01. June 2021 | 10:05 CET | by Nico Popp

Defence Therapeutics, CureVac, BioNTech: Vaccine against cancer makes progress

  • Biotechnology

Biotechnology is the map to the holy grail that needs to be found as quickly as possible for many sick people. When the pandemic broke out last year, it accelerated some developments. For example, mRNA technology, which BioNTech and CureVac had already been researching, was successfully launched as a vaccine technology. It is well known that this can be used to develop effective vaccines against coronaviruses and target diseases such as cancer. BioNTech has this option in mind and holds good cards to succeed with it. The young biotech startup Defence Therapeutics has also recently reported its first successes in the fight against cancer.

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01. June 2021 | 09:20 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

dynaCERT, Plug Power, Nel ASA - Hydrogen stocks pick up speed again!

  • Hydrogen

Undeniably, 2020 was a fantastic year for stocks even remotely involved in hydrogen technology. It seems all too obvious that hydrogen will become an essential part of the new energy mix and play a central role in most major industrial and transportation projects. Whether as a fuel in the automotive industry (both for combustion and in fuel cell technology) or as a storage medium for smart power grids, the high-energy gas that burns only to form water is seen as the answer to many questions. Then, in early 2021, a trend reversal. Too many uncertainties about the green production and usability of hydrogen technology unsettled investors, so a correction followed. Now, however, hydrogen stocks are starting a new rally, and those who were too late last time should think about getting in now.

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01. June 2021 | 08:30 CET | by Nico Popp

HeidelbergCement, Silkroad Nickel, BYD: Shares with an explosive mix

  • Nickel

You do not have to be an economist or a well-connected investment guru to evaluate opportunities on the stock market. It is often the apparent developments and trends that point the market in the right direction. For investors, it is then a matter of interpreting these facts. For example, building materials are scarcer than ever - prices for wood and other essential materials have risen rapidly. Industrial metals are also in high demand. New technology, investment in construction and infrastructure, and the end of the pandemic make for an explosive mix.

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31. May 2021 | 11:45 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

BYD, Kodiak Copper, Xiaomi - Copper: Buy or cash in?

  • Copper

The demand for copper will continue to grow. These are the findings of the recently published study by the International Copper Association (ICA). The ICA predicts that by 2030, more than 250,000 tons of copper per year will be used as part of the windings in electric traction motors. But copper is also in demand in many other industries. Demand exceeding supply or supply bottlenecks can make the raw material more expensive overnight at any time. For this reason, today, we take a look at a budding copper producer. Of course, large demanders such as BYD or Xiaomi must not be missing in the consideration. After all, our everyday companion, the smartphone, contains 15% copper. Let us surprise you with three exciting investment ideas.

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31. May 2021 | 11:14 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Nel ASA, Royal Helium, Nikola, Plug Power - Here comes the second chance

  • Helium

The correction of the stock exchange Highflyer of 2020, hydrogen, could be stopped for the time being. The first delicate, chart-technical stabilization tendencies can be recognized with many shares of the boom industry. The importance of hydrogen as an energy source will increase in the coming decades as governments work to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. Hydrogen produces no carbon dioxide when burned or used in a fuel cell to generate electricity. Thus, rosy times are ahead for the industry. Take advantage of the second chance!

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31. May 2021 | 10:18 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Millennial Lithium, Orocobre, ThyssenKrupp, NSJ Gold - Bitcoin versus Commodities - bull market ahead!

  • Investments

It could still end badly! The crypto world corrects properly; Bitcoin has now lost over 50% from the top. Whether it was the ban in China or simply an exaggeration - we do not know. The fact is that stocks continue to rise just like yields, i.e. the inflation trend in assets of all kinds is once again in full swing. The stock and real estate markets are not bothered by the higher interest rates, and commodities are also marking new highs every day. The bull market in commodities seems well-founded if one wants to evaluate the physical scarcity of wood, iron, nickel, copper and aluminum. The same is true for gold & silver. Will lithium also start again soon?

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31. May 2021 | 09:29 CET | by Armin Schulz

Steinhoff, Osino Resources, Barrick Gold - From gambler stocks to gold pearls

  • Gold

What is the best way to invest your money? Opinions are divided on this question. Some want to make a quick profit and are prepared to accept significant losses to do so. But this path is psychologically complex for most people to cope with. Then there are the growth-oriented ones, who are willing to take calculable risks and make bigger profits. The last group invests conservatively and wants to build up a passive income over the long term through dividends. They shy away from risk. In line with this categorization, we have picked out 3 stocks today, taking into account the title of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung: Has the commodity super cycle begun?

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31. May 2021 | 08:47 CET | by Nico Popp

Deutsche Bank, Barsele Minerals, Volkswagen: Shareholders get happy here

  • Gold

When companies have something in their portfolio that others would like to buy, that can only be good for shareholders. Only recently, it became known that there are interested parties for the VW subsidiary Lamborghini. While acquisitions and sales are part and parcel of gigantic corporations, such as Volkswagen, such offers can change everything for shareholders of smaller companies. One potential candidate for this is the Canadian Company Barsele Minerals, developing a prospective gold project in Sweden. Deutsche Bank, on the other hand, recently showed how not to do it.

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28. May 2021 | 10:44 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Airbus, Lufthansa, TUI, Silver Viper - Here we go!

  • Silver

In the third wave of the Corona pandemic, hope is now growing that life is returning to a new normal for ordinary citizens. If this is the correct decision criterion, the daily incidence figures are falling briskly, and public life seems to be gradually becoming possible again. Airbus, Lufthansa and TUI are showing the first signs of economic relief. Reason for us to research a few things in more detail.

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28. May 2021 | 10:14 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

wallstreet:online, flatexDEGIRO, Commerzbank - If you look closely...

  • Investments

A positive stock market environment, low-interest rates and stock trading at zero cost are the reasons that have sent the prices of stockbrokers and brokers from all-time high to all-time high in recent months. Intermittent breathers are healthy for the peakers. The latest round of capital in unlisted broker Trade Republic, with a valuation of more than EUR 4 billion, demonstrates the potential investors have for new fee models and an active investor base. The following three stocks are far from exhausted, in our opinion.

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28. May 2021 | 09:12 CET | by Armin Schulz

First Majestic Silver, NewPeak Metals, K+S - Soaring commodity prices

  • Commodities

Commodity prices continue to soar. If we compare the first quarter of 2021 with 2020, we can assume an average price increase of 36.7%. As the raw materials market is currently unable to respond quickly enough to the high demand in many countries, prices are rising. An end to this spiral is currently not foreseeable, as more and more countries are slowly getting to grips with the Corona pandemic. Thus the demand for raw materials will continue to grow. We have picked out three exciting companies from the commodities sector today.

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28. May 2021 | 08:40 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Bayer, Osino Resources, Xiaomi - Here is what happens now

  • Investments

Pharmaceutical giant Bayer fails once again in court with settlement proceedings and is now calling for a new plan. A court ruling means a liberation blow for another company, which significantly increases the prospects for the future. Future prospects are also rosy for the precious metal gold due to fundamental conditions such as fear of inflation, loose monetary policy, and continued low interest rates. At the current level, there are excellent long-term entry opportunities with healthy profits.

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28. May 2021 | 08:14 CET | by Nico Popp

Royal Helium, NEL, Steinhoff: Quick profits? That is what counts!

  • Helium

Earning a lot of money in a short time is ideal for many private investors. But sometimes, things do not turn out the way one expects: share prices go on a roller coaster ride, or a major legal decision drags on. Using three stocks as an example, we explain what brave speculators should watch out for in order to achieve their goal as quickly as possible.

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27. May 2021 | 11:11 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Bitcoin Group, SUSE, Barrick Gold, Troilus Gold - Gold is back!

  • Gold

Now the question arises: precious metals or crypto? The answer was straightforward in recent days because the cryptocurrencies corrected hand in hand with the Bitcoin crash by up to 80%. On the other hand, gold and silver were able to optimize their chart trajectories upwards and regained the levels from last summer. Gold is now USD 150 short of the 2020 high, and silver is just under USD 2 short. Precious metal fans say that this is all to be done; the crypto community, on the other hand, calls the digital currency the new salvation. Currently, this is probably a problematic stalemate for investors, but the long-term trends speak in favor of gold.

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27. May 2021 | 10:55 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Oatly, The Very Good Food Company, Beyond Meat - Big profits with no end in sight!

  • Vegan

It should be dawning on many of us by now that with increasing prosperity and a growing population, factory farming and meat consumption cannot continue indefinitely. But the vegetarian way of life is still too often ridiculed. However, it could be a partial solution to the challenges mentioned. From an investor's point of view, it is worth considering how much money can be made with vegetarian substitutes. Therefore, the following is a brief look at three publicly traded companies that are likely to appeal to even meat-eaters.

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27. May 2021 | 10:13 CET | by Stefan Feulner

CureVac, NSJ Gold, Steinhoff - New opportunities every day

  • Gold

Following a performance of over 15% since the start of the year, the DAX seems to be running out of steam around the 15,500 mark. At least a short correction would be more than due here and only healthy to tackle the next barriers to the top. Gold was able to break through the USD 1,900 mark for the first time this year. It should now be a done deal that the correction that has been underway since August has come to an end. The general conditions of rising inflation fears and the further loose monetary policy of the central banks should soon help the precious yellow metal to new highs.

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27. May 2021 | 09:36 CET | by Armin Schulz

Baidu, The Place Holdings, Tencent - China's economy is booming

  • Investments

China has achieved what many people long for, a return to normality. Despite the pandemic, the Chinese economy grew 2.3% in 2020, and 8.4% is forecast for this year. The tourism industry could report growth for the first time compared to 2019 due to the increase in domestic travel. In e-commerce, 63% more goods were sold abroad. Despite this, many tech stocks are trading at shallow levels. Today, we look at three stocks from the Middle Kingdom.

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27. May 2021 | 08:40 CET | by André Will-Laudien

NEL, Plug Power, FuelCell, dynaCERT: Hydrogen stocks - is there a comeback?

  • Hydrogen

At the start of the year, they were the hit stocks - the hydrogen stocks. The expectation was that governments would heavily subsidize hydrogen alongside electromobility to help another green alternative to the internal combustion engine get off the ground. The idea was good but failed on only one point: battery-powered vehicles already exist in large numbers, but H2 vehicles suitable for mass production do not yet exist. With a lack of products, no tax rebates or the like can be granted either. So today, the private consumer can only choose one green technology, the electric or hybrid drive. Is there still a future for hydrogen values?

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27. May 2021 | 07:50 CET | by Nico Popp

Kodiak Copper, ThyssenKrupp, BYD: Three trends in one share

  • Copper

Copper is the metal of the moment. There are several reasons in favor of copper. Firstly, copper is benefiting from the global economic recovery following the end of the pandemic. The industrial metal has always been the primary beneficiary when infrastructure is invested in or otherwise built. It is precisely in this way that countries want to boost their economies after the pandemic. At the same time, there is a dynamic demand from the e-car industry. E-cars and charging infrastructure, none of that works without copper. And last but not least, inflation is getting to us - the Bundesbank is already expecting inflation rates beyond the 4% mark. Again, commodity prices tend to benefit.

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27. May 2021 | 07:25 CET | by Nico Popp

Nevada Copper, Salzgitter, NIO: The Greens and the Copper Price

  • Copper

Since the end of March 2020, the copper price has doubled. The trend is intact and investors are using every minor interim correction to get in. After the pandemic, countries worldwide want to get their economies back on track and fit for the future. Investments in infrastructure have been overdue for years anyway and are the very first measure for many countries. Sustainable solutions, such as charging infrastructure for electromobility, are also on the agenda. The copper price should continue to benefit. Demand from Germany, in particular, is likely to increase - a look at the polls in the election year suggests that it should soon rain billions for electric cars and their charging infrastructure. Some stocks are already benefiting.

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26. May 2021 | 11:53 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BYD, Carnavale Resources, NIO - Now into the megatrend

  • Investments

Without question, electromobility will be one of the future industries in terms of the energy transition. Car manufacturers are already vying to determine when the final switch from combustion engines to purely electric cars will occur. In Germany alone, around 12 million e-vehicles will be rolling along the roads in 2030. With the switch to electric-powered vehicles, demand for the necessary raw materials is also rising. The high level of interest offers enormous opportunities to participate in the trend, which is still in its infancy.

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26. May 2021 | 11:27 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Nel ASA, Triumph Gold, Palantir - Inflation is coming!

  • Gold

According to the Bundesbank, the inflation rate in Germany could rise to 4% by the end of the year. In the United States, this was already at 4.2% in April. According to central bankers, this is related to the reopening of the economy after the Corona Crisis and supply bottlenecks, and it is likely to remain only a temporary phenomenon. Instead of counteracting with interest rate hikes, the lively money printing continues. Protection against escalating price increases is advisable. The conditions for investing in gold have never been as favorable as they are now.

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26. May 2021 | 11:12 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Chips sold out: Nvidia, Infineon, AMD, Defense Metals - E-mobility empties the shelves!

  • Investments

The high-tech industry is currently not coming to rest. The great excitement in the industry is enormous, resulting in delivery bottlenecks for important control and sensor chips, especially for the automotive industry. In addition to delayed deliveries, there are also general resource bottlenecks in the raw materials sector. Often, 50% higher immediate delivery prices for individual components have to be included in the calculation. The chip shortage is a side effect of the Corona Crisis. Due to home offices and misjudgments of the limited manufacturing capacities, supply bottlenecks for semiconductors and components have been occurring since 2020. We take a look at an industry that has had a hard time since the trade war between the USA and China.

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26. May 2021 | 10:45 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Almonty Industries, ThyssenKrupp, Klöckner & Co.- Indispensable raw materials!

  • Tungsten

According to the EU, tungsten is one of the most critical raw materials globally in terms of economic importance and procurement risk. The chemical element has the highest melting and boiling point and is therefore used in many critical industrial sectors. The main application of tungsten is in the form of tungsten steel - a high-alloy steel. Given the resource scarcity, it is reason enough for us to take a closer look at the interface between the steel industry and tungsten production with three promising stocks. Where is the yield driver?

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26. May 2021 | 09:36 CET | by Nico Popp

White Metal Resources, BASF, K+S: How to react to 4% inflation

  • Commodities

As reported by Handelsblatt, the German Bundesbank expects an inflation rate of up to 4% by year-end. Within the eurozone, for which the central bank ECB is responsible, it could be well over 2%. This mixed situation is particularly tricky for Germans. While inflation in Germany is already very high, the lower price momentum within the eurozone could ensure that the ECB leaves its money floodgates open for even longer. In the long term, this could encourage inflation to overshoot. How can investors react to this? We present three stocks.

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26. May 2021 | 08:15 CET | by Nico Popp

BioNTech, PsyBio, Bayer: The opportunities of tomorrow

  • Biotech

Even after the pandemic, there will be no "business as usual" in the healthcare system, as shown by a survey conducted a few months ago by the Barmer Institute for Health Research. The scientists surveyed called for far-reaching reforms. In addition to billing and uniform rules, digitization could also be a key to meaningful reforms. Innovative drugs also play a role when it comes to treating Covid-19 and concomitant diseases.

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25. May 2021 | 11:35 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Bayer, Saturn Oil + Gas, Deutsche Lufthansa - All the ingredients for a price fireworks display!

  • Oil

Information moves prices. Sometimes up, sometimes down, and sometimes information seems to "bounce off" - ignored or misinterpreted by market participants. It is easier said than done to correctly classify the information in relation to the long-term perspective of a company. Thus, as seen last week with Bayer and Deutsche Lufthansa, a short-term price dampener is a good opportunity to enter the market. But also, information that is complex in detail and must first be "understood", offers the chance to make a real bargain. Canadian oil and gas producer Saturn is a case in point. The Company is moving into new dimensions with an acquisition, and according to the latest analyst report, the stock has the potential to triple in value. Where will you buy?

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25. May 2021 | 11:11 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Attention Crypto Investors! Coinbase, SAP, Glencore, Barsele Minerals - Where are the opportunities?

  • Gold

Those who want to make returns today often attach themselves to well-known names such as Elon Musk, Warren Buffett or even Cathie Wood. The latter is a former portfolio manager at Alliance Bernstein. She has become known in recent years for being a trump card of technology investors. Her ARK funds raised a whopping USD 34.5 billion in 2020. One of its flagship funds is the ARK Innovation ETF, which has its largest positions invested in NASDAQ darlings. For the past month, this fund has had a problem, as 14% declines have rarely been seen on a monthly basis. Tesla, Coinbase, and Zoom are the largest positions and they are dropping big time right now.

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25. May 2021 | 10:50 CET | by Stefan Feulner

ThyssenKrupp, SunMirror, Siemens Energy - Putting the energy transition in jeopardy

  • Commodities

The pandemic issue is slowly fading into the background on the news pages. The energy transition is currently on everyone's lips again. Of course, the election campaign is beginning. The German Green Party positions itself and is calling for a complete switch to alternative energies. On its homepage, you can read the sentence: "We have a plan for the energy world of the future!" However, whether this plan has been thought through to the last point can be more than doubted. Phasing out climate-damaging coal and switching to completely alternative energies requires raw materials whose import is in no way guaranteed for the next few years due to scarcity.

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25. May 2021 | 09:52 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Daimler, QMines, Freeport McMoRan, Glencore, BMW - The Gold of Energy Transition

  • Copper

It is not without reason that copper is currently at a 10-year high. On the one hand, the recovering economies in China and the USA have enormously boosted demand for the metal. On the other hand, copper is one of the most important metals in the energy transition. Demand for solar modules, wind turbines and electric cars already exceeded supply last year. Yet, the new technologies are only at the beginning of a new cycle. The copper shortage is expected to increase dramatically in the next ten years. Profit from the new gold.

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25. May 2021 | 08:44 CET | by Nico Popp

Barrick Gold, Newmont, GSP Resource: With this stock from the start

  • Commodities

Gold is trading around USD 1,900 again. At the same time, inflation data is picking up and Bitcoin is proving extremely volatile. These are good conditions for companies in the gold and commodities sectors. Although the shares of the best-known representatives are already slowly picking up, there are still numerous laggards. Commodity stocks have a lot to offer, from conservative to speculative - we outline this below using three stocks as examples.

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25. May 2021 | 08:16 CET | by Armin Schulz

Deutsche Bank, Mineworx Technologies, Deutsche Telekom - ESG stocks have enormous potential

  • ESG

ESG stands for Environmental, Social and Governance. The Environmental area covers environmental pollution or hazards, such as CO2 emissions and energy efficiency issues. In the Social space, health care, occupational safety and social commitment are assessed. Under leadership, one looks at sustainability, corporate values and their control processes. The trend towards ESG shares has increased significantly in recent years. Especially for the younger generation, sustainability is fundamental. We take a look at three companies that are addressing sustainability.

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21. May 2021 | 10:44 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BASF, White Metal Resources, Deutsche Telekom - The winners of future trends

  • Mining

By 2025, there will be around 1.5 billion vehicles on the road worldwide. This figure is alarming since today we have to contend with rising air pollution and the consequences of climate change. However, the energy transition, which is being accelerated more and more by both politics and business, will increasingly require scarce raw materials and novel technologies. These requirements give rise to young companies that will benefit in the long term from rising sales and bubbling profits.

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21. May 2021 | 09:58 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Trend break, please look closely! BYD, Nel ASA, Bitcoin Group, SunMirror

  • Investments

"Turned on its heel" would be an apt description for Wednesday. Bitcoin was at the record-breaking USD 65,000 mark in mid-April and there were announcements that the USD 100,000 mark would soon be on the cards. Since that high, the cryptocurrency has plummeted by over 50% at the low and immediately stormed back up. The anti-protagonists of this casino mentality cite the decarbonization of the planet as a reason why the entire crypto world should be condemned for its power-hungry mining. Others see blockchain technology as the most significant digitization breakthrough of the future. Some companies are directly affected by these movements.

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21. May 2021 | 09:28 CET | by Armin Schulz

BYD, Nevada Copper, AT&T - Nothing works without copper

  • Copper

More and more people worldwide have access to electricity. The electrification of the world is progressing and this requires copper - the non-precious metal that conducts electricity best. Copper was one of the most widely used industrial metals even before the advent of renewable energies and e-mobility. It is found in consumer goods such as air conditioners, telephones and everything around power grids. Increased sales of e-cars are also increasing demand for the "red gold" here, as more copper is needed for these than in conventional passenger cars. Added to this is the charging infrastructure for e-cars, which still has to be built nationwide. Demand will certainly not decrease, but since the supply is not growing at the same time, rising prices are the result.

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21. May 2021 | 09:14 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Silkroad Nickel, NIO, Varta - Pre-programmed bottlenecks = price opportunities

  • Nickel

Electromobility and battery technology are inextricably linked. Sales figures for e-vehicles are rising rapidly and will multiply in the next few years. This global increase in production will become challenging in many places. Not just with the competitive situation, which is becoming increasingly intense as Chinese players gain strength, but also the availability of the critical raw materials for battery production. There are signs of a huge supply deficit in nickel over the next few years. We show you how to invest with foresight and profitably.

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21. May 2021 | 08:25 CET | by Nico Popp

Newmont, Desert Gold, Kinross Gold, Aspermont: Gold outperforms Bitcoin

  • Gold

In about eight weeks, the price of gold has transformed from a problem child to a beacon of hope. The reason: inflation is on the rise. In the US, consumer prices are already at 4.2%. At the same time, more and more economies are taking steps towards normality as the pandemic nears its end. That should ensure that prices continue to rise. Gold is particularly interesting because while demand can explode overnight, supply is slow to grow. Using various companies as examples, we explain how money can be made with this mixture of factors.

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20. May 2021 | 13:29 CET | by Stefan Feulner

BYD, Saturn Oil + Gas, Everfuel - Transformation in the oil market

  • Oil

Climate change, renewable energies, electric mobility - these are the topics that currently occupy the headlines alongside Corona. People forget that in 2020, more than 75% of the global energy supply was still covered by coal, oil and gas. Due to the resurgent economy after the pandemic, the demand for black gold is increasing enormously. Last year, JP Morgan already predicted the start of a new "oil supercycle" that could propel the price to just under USD 200 per barrel. A feast for producers.

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20. May 2021 | 10:10 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Bitcoin Group, Deutsche Rohstoff, Aurelius - Alternative Investment Champions

  • Investments

Those who invest in the asset class "Alternative Assets" either move away from "Classic" investments such as stocks or bonds or invest in the liquid securities with "Alternative" strategies. Here, the universe available for selection is huge. Classic cars, private equity, cryptos or commodities - you decide. Except for the old-timers, we brought an investment idea from each category. If successful, there might be a classic car in there too...

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20. May 2021 | 09:24 CET | by Stefan Feulner

XPeng, Kodiak Copper, NIO - Megatrend scarcity

  • Copper

Bitcoin, Etherum and the entire crypto family are rushing into the basement. The reason for this is once again the Middle Kingdom. After a statement by the Chinese central bank that one may not use digital currencies for payment purposes, they lost more than 20% in value yesterday. China's market power is even greater when it comes to raw materials for the energy transition. Due to the scarcity of the corresponding metals, prices will rise enormously in the long term. Producers who offer alternatives in the Western industrialized countries can profit significantly from this.

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20. May 2021 | 08:23 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Varta, PlugPower, FuelCell, Mineworx Technologies - Environmental stocks are booming!

  • Mining

The stock market is showing initial downward reactions. Having trended close to its high of 15,508 points again at the beginning of the week, the DAX saw a sell-off in growth stocks yesterday. Again, hydrogen stocks, e-mobility and especially crypto stocks were targeted by sellers. The crypto collapse of up to 50% was once again fueled by the Chinese government yesterday. The nationwide trading ban declared since 2013 was repeated accordingly. One can well imagine that trader turnover will soon be controlled and sanctioned on the Internet as well. The crypto community reacted in shock to this news.

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20. May 2021 | 07:55 CET | by Nico Popp

Grenke, TUI, RYU: Success with comeback stocks

  • Investments

When companies are punished by the market, it usually leads to negative exaggerations. When it became clear after the outbreak of the pandemic that tourism was in the doldrums, investors even cautiously priced in bankruptcy for travel and tourism company TUI. When Grenke was confronted with accusations about opaque balance sheets, the share price also plummeted. We look at three shares to see how the market can continue after such price corrections and whether they offer opportunities.

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19. May 2021 | 12:27 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Royal Helium, Royal Dutch Shell, Gazprom - These commodity stocks are stepping on the gas

  • Helium

Commodities are currently on everyone's lips again: energy transition, electromobility, medical progress. All of these require resources that, as always, have to be laboriously extracted or produced. Corona has made the situation even worse: people are currently feeling the pain of global production shortfalls. Semiconductor chips are currently in short supply, and copper prices are rising. What this means for the manufacturing industry and the end consumer, however, is reflected in the profits of the raw material producers. Time to take a closer look at them and profit from the development!

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19. May 2021 | 11:00 CET | by André Will-Laudien

BYD, NIO, Nordex, Sierra Growth - Copper soon at USD 20,000?

  • Copper

The meaningfulness of global efforts to curb global warming becomes all the more transparent when one considers the devastating destruction caused by cyclone "Tauktae" in the Indian state of Gujarat. Something has to be done! German industry is attempting decarbonization through various green technologies, aiming to halve greenhouse gas emissions by 2045. Copper is an essential component of electrification; since early 2021, there has been a run on the metal and its suppliers.

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19. May 2021 | 10:41 CET | by Armin Schulz

Nikola, dynaCERT, Ballard Power - Hydrogen market facing a turnaround?

  • Hydrogen

Until mid-January, the shares of hydrogen companies knew only one direction, and that was steeply upwards. With just one or two negative news pieces, such as the balance sheet adjustments at Plug Power, and the prices went into a downward spiral. The environment could hardly be better. The US and Europe want to invest more in the hydrogen sector to achieve their ambitious climate targets. There are many applications for hydrogen, such as making energy storable and transportable and using fuel cells for propulsion. Today we take a look at three stocks in this sector.

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19. May 2021 | 08:59 CET | by Nico Popp

Steinhoff, Scottie Resources, Barrick Gold: Dynamic growth lurks here

  • Gold

Small caps offer great growth opportunities. This is the conclusion of economic studies on the size factor. The smaller a company is, the more likely it is that operational changes will have an impact. Ultimately, this can even lead to shares multiplying. If you enter such stocks at a low level, you have a good chance of attractive returns. We explain which small stocks currently offer potential.

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19. May 2021 | 08:39 CET | by Stefan Feulner

CureVac, The Place Holdings, TUI - New start with great potential!

  • Investments

Finally! Due to the positive development of the vaccination program and the successful testing strategy, the incidence figures in Germany are gradually decreasing. Industries that suffered heavily from the pandemic, such as tourism and air travel, are breathing a sigh of relief. While Germans are still planning more domestic vacations during the Whitsun vacations, bookings abroad for the summer are rising disproportionately. Other countries are also increasingly focusing on domestic tourism, with considerable potential for the respective operators.

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18. May 2021 | 11:10 CET | by André Will-Laudien

Barrick Gold, Kinross Gold, Sibanye Stillwater, Goldseek Resources - The Gold breakout!

  • Gold

It took a long time, but now it is here: The gold breakout! It turned at USD 1,680 last week and yesterday ran up to USD 1,850. If you ask chart technicians, the rally will now run to at least USD 2,075 - the old high from the summer movement of 2020. The high at about USD 1,800 from 2021 is currently being successfully tested, after which the lights are green. The best beneficiaries will be gold miners and, of course, exploration companies with corresponding leverage. We present a few promising stocks.

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18. May 2021 | 10:20 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

QMines, Leoni, Siemens Energy - Top picks for the energy turnaround

  • Copper

Surveys show that the majority of Germans believe the energy turnaround is necessary. Climate change is manifesting itself in increasingly extreme weather conditions: exceptional cold, extreme heat spells, massive flooding and ever more pronounced droughts are causing hardship for people around the world. Most experts agree that further aggravation of the problem can only be mitigated by limiting CO2 emissions. The companies that stand to benefit massively from this are those that provide the resources needed to do so. Below are three candidates with the 'through-the-roof' potential.

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18. May 2021 | 09:42 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Commerzbank, Theta Gold Mines, Deutsche Telekom - Enormous catch up potential here

  • Gold

For many years, the "people's share" of Deutsche Telekom led a shadowy existence. While other DAX stocks have been able to multiply in recent years, the telecommunications company has been stuck in a sideways movement for more than five years. At present, driven by the excellent performance of the US subsidiary, the chances of breaking out of the lethargy are good. The technical situation for gold is comparable. A breakout from the downward trend formed since August could catapult the precious metal to new heights.

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18. May 2021 | 08:58 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Volkswagen, Silver Viper, QuantumScape - Perfect timing

  • Silver

Concerns about escalating price increases pushed the precious metals away from their lows in recent weeks. Currently, both gold and silver are about to test their medium-term downtrends. A breakout could mean an attack on the highs reached in August 2020. Due to the historically high national debts and the ultra-loose monetary policy of the central banks, this would be fundamentally justified in any case. Gold and silver mining stocks have not yet benefited much from the recovery of the underlying assets. Now is a good time to get your foot in the door.

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18. May 2021 | 07:50 CET | by Nico Popp

wallstreet:online, flatexDEGIRO, Facebook: Which broker share is the best?

  • Investments

When a high savings rate meets rising inflation, the stock market benefits. Even with the outbreak of the pandemic, private investors rushed to take advantage of promising opportunities: gold, hydrogen, electromobility - all these have recently been the trends that have made investors' hearts beat faster. But shares related to the stock market itself are also in demand. Some business models are so mature that they can benefit from the boom in several ways.

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17. May 2021 | 10:29 CET | by Carsten Mainitz

Aspermont, SAP, Square - "Digital transformation" megatrend as a snack for the portfolio!

  • Digitization

Paper tigers are threatened with extinction, and the threat is called digitalization. The simple definition of digitization (the conversion of analog formats into digital formats and their processing or storage in a digital system) conceals countless individual cases and, in total, the far-reaching upheaval of entire industries and sectors of the economy. In the following, we present three companies that are all profiting from the megatrend. Here are the yield drivers for your portfolio.

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17. May 2021 | 10:20 CET | by Stefan Feulner

Plug Power, Defense Metals, Xiaomi - Easing or escalation?

  • RareEarths

A trade war between the US and China has been raging since 2018. Now, at the end of last week, news broke that the US Department of Defense has removed Xiaomi, a Chinese technology Company, from its blacklist and all sanctions will be lifted. A ray of hope in relations between the two superpowers? Probably not; after all, the dispute over human rights in China intensifies the conflict between the two countries. Should there be further escalation, the West faces a resource bottleneck that will not only jeopardize the energy transition.

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17. May 2021 | 09:59 CET | by Nico Popp

Saturn Oil + Gas, NEL, BYD: Here come the multipliers!