December 21st, 2021 | 11:33 CET
HelloFresh, TeamViewer, CoinAnalyst: Shares for 2022?
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For more than twenty years, the Cologne native has been intensively involved with the stock market, both professionally and privately. He is particularly passionate about national and international small and micro caps.
CoinAnalyst: New App for crypto trading
Bitcoin is not offering a safe haven at the moment. The price of the digital gold has plummeted from around USD 59,000 to USD 46,000 in the past 30 days alone. Unfortunately, this includes companies that are active in the crypto universe. Among them are MicroStrategy in the US and the German Bitcoin Group. Still relatively unknown and new on the German price list is CoinAnalyst. The Company was listed on the Canadian CSE via reverse IPO but originally comes from Germany. CoinAnalyst specializes in Big Data analysis of cryptocurrencies. The Company's artificial intelligence (AI) is based on the proven technology of Cogia AG, which is also listed on the stock exchange. The AI sifts through 300 sources of information for coins, tokens and NFTs - and counting. The data is provided to customers on personalized dashboards. In addition to the products "Insights" and "Crypto Market Letter", which will appear globally in the future, the focus is primarily on the "Copy Trading" segment. In this product, investors follow trading experts and an AI-supported trading strategy. So far, a return of around 60% p.a. has been achieved. The area is to be significantly expanded. Among other things, through a smartphone app. The launch is planned for the first quarter of 2022. A crypto academy is also to be built.
CoinAnalyst's growth plans are ambitious. After a turnover of CAD 0.9 million in the current year, the target is already CAD 17.09 million in 2023. If this rapid growth can be implemented as planned, the current market capitalization appears favorable. It currently stands at around CAD 11 million.
HelloFresh: Analysts see a price potential of over 50%
After Christmas, there will probably be contact restrictions in Germany. That indicates that COVID-19 will continue to be the dominant topic in early 2022. HelloFresh should benefit from this. The share was one of the big Corona winners but was punished significantly by investors in recent weeks. The reason for this was the disappointing outlook for 2022.
Investors and analysts had expected more, especially in terms of adjusted EBITDA. Should there actually be significant restrictions again in the coming months - and everything looks like there will be - the shipper of cooking boxes should face a remarkable boom with positive effects on sales and earnings. Already in recent days, analysts had renewed their buy recommendations. Berenberg named a price target of EUR 106. The investments of the cooking box supplier are groundbreaking for more growth and profitability in the future, the analysts said. The strategy will pay off in the medium term. The colleagues at Jefferies are even more optimistic. The analysts of the US investment bank have slightly raised the price target for HelloFresh shares from EUR 109 to EUR 114 and confirmed their buy recommendation. The analysts do not believe that the adjusted operating margin (EBITDA) in the developed markets of around 20% should come under sustained pressure. In addition, HelloFresh will increasingly benefit from automation.
TeamViewer: Revival of the "stay-at-home shares"?
TeamViewer could also benefit from curfews, mandatory home offices, and lockdowns. And the stock is in desperate need of a little tailwind. The latest bad news was that TeamViewer shares had to leave the STOXX Europe 600. The same applies to the real estate company Grand City Properties and the online retailer of home supplies Zooplus.
TeamViewer shares were among the biggest losers on the stock market this year. It lost more than 70% of its value and threatened to slip below the EUR 10 mark a few days ago. It is now trading at EUR 11.50. But for a sustained price recovery, management must first regain lost confidence, which was massively shaken after the controversial sponsorship deal with Manchester United and several profit warnings. However, the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic showed just how quickly things can go up. It went up from EUR 25 to up to EUR 54 between March and July 2020. The share will certainly not reach this level again soon, but a countermovement towards EUR 20 cannot be ruled out in the event of a revival of the "stay-at-home shares".
The Corona pandemic will be the dominant topic on the stock market in the coming weeks - and probably far beyond. HelloFresh and TeamViewer are two shares that could benefit from this. Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies are gaining more and more fans. Here, CoinAnalyst wants to make trading easier with a new app.
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