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Commented by Stefan Feulner on December 1st, 2021 | 12:49 CET

Battle for market leadership - SAP, BrainChip Holdings, MicroStrategy

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The future is becoming more digital and is taking over almost every area of our lives at an ever-faster pace. Whether blockchains and digital money, smart homes or robotics, the development possibilities are practically endless and the potential gigantic. To achieve visionary goals, a new generation of semiconductors is needed: Chips for artificial intelligence. For this area, the market research institute Gartner estimates a volume of around USD 43 billion for the coming year and growth to almost USD 73 billion by 2025. The battle for the top spot is in full swing.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on November 23rd, 2021 | 12:22 CET

Rivian Automotive, BrainChip, Infineon, Nvidia - These are jumps à la Tesla!

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It looks like technology investors are moving into the all-in phase. Certain industries are likely expected to grow indefinitely, and this is especially true for e-mobility, lithium, hydrogen, and most recently, the chip industry. Despite all understanding for the improved prospects due to the omnipresent shortage and the political closing of ranks in favor of climate-friendly technologies, does this mean that one has to pay price-turnover ratios of 100 or even 1000 on the stock exchange? The new automotive stock Rivian had a valuation of over USD 150 billion right at the start of the stock market and had not yet sold a single car. In the year 2000, it was also thought that sales and profits could not be a benchmark for share price performance.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on November 10th, 2021 | 12:53 CET

AMD, BrainChip, Nvidia - Profiting from Artificial Intelligence

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The first research into artificial intelligence (AI) began in the 1950s, but it was quite a while before any real progress was seen. This was largely due to ever-faster processors that could process even the largest amounts of data much faster than the old mainframes. We can see what artificial intelligence is capable of in digital assistants like Siri, Alexa, or translation programs like Google. In the coming years, artificial intelligence will penetrate more and more areas and automate many processes that were unthinkable until recently. Today we analyze three companies that produce hardware for the AI sector.

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Commented by Nico Popp on November 1st, 2021 | 14:12 CET

BYD, BrainChip, Volkswagen: Insider tip on the megatrend of autonomous driving

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German city centers are regularly congested and overcrowded. One of the reasons for city crowding is thousands of cars parked in the morning only to sit around all day. Given the price per square meter in big cities, that seems pretty inefficient. The fact that electric cars are often only economically and environmentally viable after many thousands of kilometers also suggests that they should be used differently today. Autonomous driving could be the key to mobility that gives people more space in the city, avoids traffic jams and even lowers the cost of mobility. We outline three exciting titles around the topic.

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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on October 26th, 2021 | 13:56 CEST

Nel, BYD, BrainChip: This looks good

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While shares from the technology sector have been very volatile in recent weeks, the knot has burst at BYD, and the share has risen to a new record high. Rumors about Tesla and Apple have contributed to this. Both are said to be in talks with the Chinese specialist around electric mobility. The shares of Nel and BrainChip have also developed very positively recently. Both have invested heavily and could now reap the rewards of these investments. All three shares have further room for improvement. You can read why here.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on October 20th, 2021 | 11:26 CEST

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

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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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Commented by André Will-Laudien on October 12th, 2021 | 13:09 CEST

Infineon, BrainChip, Palantir - Spoiled for choice!

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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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Commented by Nico Popp on September 28th, 2021 | 10:37 CEST

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

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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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Commented by Armin Schulz on September 20th, 2021 | 13:09 CEST

Infineon, BrainChip, Nvidia - The chip shortage remains

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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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Commented by Stefan Feulner on September 14th, 2021 | 13:07 CEST

Nvidia, BrainChip Holdings, Palantir - To the moon

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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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