Commented by André Will-Laudien on May 17th, 2021 | 09:15 CEST
That was a turbulent week on the stock markets. Since Monday, the German benchmark index had been under pressure and reached its low of around 14,820 points on Thursday morning. But then it turned strongly and put in the biggest 24-hour upswing seen in a good 3 years. In the end, it gained a full 4.4% and reached a new all-time high of 15,472. Car stocks, Siemens and insurers, both trading ex-dividend, were responsible. We take a look at further turnaround candidates.Read
Commented by Stefan Feulner on May 11th, 2021 | 11:05 CEST
The precious metals gold and silver are celebrating a comeback since their correction low in March. The fear of impending inflation is now slowly entering the consciousness of every investor. But silver serves not only as a safe haven or capital protection. In times of the energy transition, gold's little brother is becoming increasingly important. For solar panels, sensors of wind turbines, in the entire e-mobility and the development of the 5G network, the white metal is indispensable. Take advantage of the still favorable opportunities and benefit from this development in the long term.Read
Commented by Armin Schulz on May 3rd, 2021 | 10:32 CEST
Despite the pandemic, there is growth everywhere - but why? Looking for the answer to this question, one comes more and more often to the answer that there are hardly any alternatives. Cryptocurrencies are more for the younger generation. Then there are still precious metals, where prices are only slowly picking up, and there are bonds.
However, bonds have become entirely unattractive in the course of the money glut, so the only option left, especially for institutional investors, is to reach for shares. The billions from the bond market thus flow into the stock markets and ensure new highs despite the pandemic.
So you should invest your money in high-growth stocks. Based on this premise, we have taken a look at three promising candidates.
Commented by Nico Popp on April 27th, 2021 | 07:00 CEST
Sometimes it pays to take a look at the second tier. Silver has always been in the shadow of gold. But from time to time, the lesser precious metal catches up with gold. Currently, the reasons lie primarily in the importance of silver as an industrial metal, especially in electrical engineering and RFID chips. Although the gold-silver ratio fell significantly in the past year, the long-term trend shows that silver was valued higher than gold several times in the past. We highlight silver companies and compare them to other popular stocks.Read
Commented by Carsten Mainitz on April 19th, 2021 | 07:19 CEST
"Everything new, fresh and free is the fair May." This line of text from the song written by Hermann Adam von Kamp some 200 years ago is still a saying today, in a modified form, that stands for change or a new beginning. We have brought you three companies, all of which have recently been given new names, which stand for a shift in business focus, and some cases, even for a completely new start. Where are the undiscovered yield opportunities?Read
Commented by Stefan Feulner on April 8th, 2021 | 09:36 CEST
Historically, silver, along with gold, has been considered a safe haven and protection against inflation. The precious metal is gaining more and more importance due to renewable energies in industrial production. Currently, silver is correcting, but in the long run, the prospects are extremely positive. Strongly rising public debts worldwide, unprecedented support measures of central banks and governments, and increasing concerns about high inflation are undoubtedly good arguments. In addition, there is an enormous demand in the electromobility sector and the photovoltaic industry.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on April 1st, 2021 | 06:17 CEST
During advanced stock market upswings, many investors ask themselves daily which stocks might still be left behind? One thing is for sure: NASDAQ technology stocks have set several historical landmarks in the Internet, IT, e-mobility and hydrogen sectors. With rises of up to 2500%, it should start to cool down. The widely used argument for further rising prices: Too much liquidity - No alternatives! That is true, but those who have already earned handsomely with other stocks can also bet on the stragglers. Here we present a few to choose from.Read
Commented by Nico Popp on March 22nd, 2021 | 08:00 CET
It was unclear for a long time when the automotive industry would focus on electromobility. For too long, German manufacturers, in particular, continued to bring large, heavy and powerful combustion engines to the market. But now Volkswagen and Daimler and Co. have rethought and are fully committed to electromobility. The consequences are manifold: In addition to rising share prices, such as VW, the prices of potential suppliers are also climbing. This much is clear: The mobility revolution requires one thing above all: more raw materials.Read