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April 15th, 2020 | 12:45 CEST

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

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

time to read: 1 minutes | Author: Mario Hose
ISIN: CA68828L1004 , DE0005140008 , DE000A1ML7J1

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    Precious metals as an asset class

    Osino Resources is a Canadian gold company focused on the exploration of its own assets in Namibia. The special advantage of Osino Resources is that the company is led by Heye Daun as CEO, who has already built up a company in Namibia in the past until it was taken over by B2Gold. Over the next one to two years, Osino Resources is also expected to have explored sufficient data on the existing portfolio through drilling programs to be acquired by a producer.

    In conjunction with the current gold price development to over USD 1,700.00 per troy ounce, the Osino Resources shares offer the opportunity to participate in a potential takeover target at an early stage. At CAD 0.77 per share, the market capitalization of the gold company is approximately CAD 66 million.

    Transforming banking operations

    Deutsche Bank's value has fallen massively since the regulation in connection with the Financial Crisis from 2007 to 2009. In addition, digitization and the rapid pace of market change have changed the business model of Germany's largest bank and significantly reduced profits. In April 2007, the Deutsche Bank share was still trading at over EUR 87.00. On today's trading day, it can currently still hold above EUR 6.00. This loss in value is a catastrophe for investors with a long-term investment horizon, because even the possible strategy of cheapening in the event of price losses has so far only been able to extend the losses. The market value of the bank is currently around EUR 12.8 billion.

    Real estate giant in recession

    The real estate company Vonovia has been a member of the DAX since 2015 and currently has a market value of over EUR 24.4 billion with a share price of around EUR 45.00. The company is also popular as a dividend stock among investors with a long-term investment horizon. In the light of the current Corona Crisis, however, it is to be feared that Vonovia will increasingly have to deal with rent losses in the future. After a phase of more than ten years of economic growth, the company's employees and investors may be spoiled for success and the current recession is a very rough sea.


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    Der Autor

    Mario Hose

    Born and raised in Hannover, Lower Saxony follows social and economic developments around the globe. As a passionate entrepreneur and columnist he explains and compares the most diverse business models as well as markets for interested stock traders.

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