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November 6th, 2020 | 15:27 CET

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

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

time to read: 2 minutes | Author: Stefan Feulner
ISIN: CA80412L1076 , CNE100000296 , US47759T1007

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    A new league

    Imagine an ambitious amateur soccer club announcing the signing of world-class players Robert Lewandowski and Lionel Messi. Impossible, you say. If it were, what would be the intention behind the transfers? Quite clearly, the promotion to much higher leagues. Saturn Oil & Gas Inc. was able to announce such a deal today, with the aim of becoming the innovation leader in the oil and gas industry. The market capitalization of the listed energy company, which focuses on the acquisition and development of undervalued and low-risk areas, is currently the equivalent of EUR 13.3 million.

    Contact to the elite

    Jean-Pierre Colin is the world-class player who is supposed to take the Canadians to higher ground. Colin, who is still a director of dynaCERT Inc., will now accompany Saturn Oil & Gas as a strategy consultant. The vita reads impressively. For example, Colin was an advisor to several high-ranking politicians in the Canadian federal government and the Privy Council of Canada in the context of five acquisitions of the country's largest oil and gas companies by Petro-Canada in the 1980s. Subsequently, his firm served as the lead bank for NCE Oil & Gas, which raised more than CAD 500 million in the 1990s.

    Unique opportunity

    With a commitment of this caliber, you don't need to be a prophet to see through the strategy of Saturn Oil & Gas CEO John Jeffrey. Since the experienced Chairman has made it his mission to buy competitors rather than develop his own drilling programs due to the current circumstances, we expect one or more acquisitions to be imminent. Saturn Oil & Gas is still at the beginning of its development. The signs are therefore clearly pointing to growth. This expertise could create a world-class group relatively quickly. The low market capitalization of EUR 13.3 million and the current share price of just under CAD 0.10 should then be history.

    Bye, bye Tesla

    When you hear the word e-car, the first thing you think of is the world market leader Tesla. But the throne is crumbling. More and more car manufacturers, especially the Chinese company BYD, as well as German car makers, are increasingly gaining market share. In Norway, currently Europe's largest country for electric cars, Tesla even dropped back to sixth place, after the company around series founder Elon Musk still held the position in the sun last year. According to the trade magazine "Automobil Industrie", Audi won this year ahead of VW. Hyundai and Nissan took the next places.

    China attacks

    It almost seems as if the fight for the crown in electric cars is a political issue. The top Chinese brands around BYD and Nio are pushing their entry into the European market. Now even the Chinese government is interfering with a 15-year plan to accelerate expansion.

    Waiting for the next President

    According to the "Automobile Industry", the Chinese government is said to have set the goal of largely abolishing the conventional combustion engine by 2035. In return, the men around President Xi Jinping want to support the automakers in their expansion abroad, above all by improving their international competitiveness. The Chinese have Europe in particular in mind. This trend is likely to continue in the industries of the future due to the still swelling trade war with the USA. Relations between China and the USA should normalize again in the event of a possible election of Joe Biden as the new president of the United States, JinkoSolar will also appreciate this.


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    Der Autor

    Stefan Feulner

    The native Franconian has more than 20 years of stock exchange experience and a broadly diversified network.
    He is passionate about analyzing a wide variety of business models and investigating new trends.

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