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Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 8th, 2020 | 08:59 CET
Cisco Systems, BASF, Defense Metals - Everyone is extremely important!
Current advances in technology are changing the industry forever. It is the data worlds that play an increasingly important role in all stages of the production process today due to their availability and analytical capabilities. They make operational activities more transparent and much easier to control. Production data is automatically matched with supply chains and the resulting end products. In this context, digitization has a healing and destructive component. Healing, because the understanding of the process is getting better and better, and all eventualities can be mapped. Destructive, because it has a damaging effect on routine activities that were historically performed by a large number of people and will be increasingly dispensable in the future. In the field of cybersecurity, numerous investigations are conducted, thousands of vulnerabilities are identified, and forensic tools are developed to help protect corporate assets. A new era has begun - complete transparency is the order of the day!Read
Commented by Stefan Feulner on November 30th, 2020 | 13:00 CET
Defense Metals, TUI, Everfuel - these are the new stars!
Electromobility is the future. The sales figures of Tesla and HAN are rising exorbitantly month after month. Currently, orders for the latest models can only be met slowly. The demand for the materials needed to build the new types of batteries is even more serious. There is a threat of severe excess demand and sharply rising prices - from which one can profit on the stock exchange.Read
Commented by Nico Popp on November 20th, 2020 | 10:59 CET
E.ON, RWE, Defense Metals: Energy investments - from boring to speculative
The experts of the investment house Clearbridge Investments report that the world could be facing a phase of economic recovery. Decisive factors for this development could be not only the measures of the central banks but also the investments in infrastructure. As the experts emphasize, investments of USD 100 billion would already create about one million jobs. Moreover, every dollar that is invested will pay off several times over in decades and contribute to growth. In contrast to previous years, not only the classic tech stocks should benefit from this growth, but also traditional sectors such as utilities.Read
Commented by Nico Popp on November 11th, 2020 | 14:15 CET
Tesla, Defense Metals, HelloFresh: Who makes a 468% return?
When Tesla advertised its electric sports car around 10 years ago and let journalists drive the chic little vehicle around Germany, the Company was a highly speculative affair. The electric pioneers now have various vehicles on offer and are market leaders in their field. But that does not stop the share from making huge profits: The Tesla share climbed by almost 470% within the past twelve months.Read
Commented by Stefan Feulner on November 9th, 2020 | 10:50 CET
BioNTech, Defense Metals, Bayer: Earn money countercyclically
It is complete. After a tense struggle and four days of counting votes, Joe Biden is declared the 46th President of the United States of America. So the Twitter tirades of the defeated Donald Trump should be history. The traces Trump left behind during his four-year reign, however, are likely to keep the government busy for some time to come. Some things, such as the withdrawal from the climate agreement, can be quickly repaired. Biden will carefully weigh up what is "in" and what is "out" on different points of the "America First" program imposed by the predecessor.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on November 5th, 2020 | 11:06 CET
Defense Metals, Orocobre, Aurubis – Everyone is a specialist!
Strategic metals are indispensable. They are very rare in the earth's crust and only occur in certain places. For the free economy, there is a procurement problem per se, because, on the one hand, China has the largest reserves, on the other hand, the states intervene in the distribution of the existing quotas. In times of a pandemic, mine closures lead to minor shortages in these metals, but prices are usually negotiated with buyers on a long-term basis. Since the metals usually cannot be procured in alternative ways, it is in everyone's interest to improve the supply situation. But how to procure, if not steal...?Read
Commented by Stefan Feulner on October 28th, 2020 | 09:38 CET
BYD, Defense Metals, VW - the next boom after hydrogen!
Tesla wants to break the sound barrier of one million vehicles with delivery in 2021. The biggest competitor from China, BYD, has at least as ambitious goals and is rushing from record to record with its new model, Han. Even German car manufacturers like VW have awoken from their deep sleep and now find electric cars sexy. The production of rechargeable batteries is increasing rapidly, but so is the demand for the necessary materials. Surpluses in demand, supply bottlenecks, and exploding prices are threatening.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on October 12th, 2020 | 07:48 CEST
Siemens, Vestas, Defense Metals: So the wind blows!
E-mobility drives alternative energies. All efforts to make the world even simpler and more technical are driving electrical energy consumption to undreamt-of heights. The largest consumer is the industry with a share of 42%, followed by private households with 27% and commerce with 22% (others 8%). To generate this demand, the worldwide share of renewable energies has risen from 5.7 to 13.6% in the last ten years. The 20% mark is expected to be reached in 2025. The most important producer of renewable energy is China, with 759 gigawatts per year, uncatchable, followed by the USA, Brazil, and India. Germany is ahead of Canada, in 5th place, with 125 gigawatts. Wind power has a global share of about 1.5%, water 2.5% - oil as the leading energy source still has a high 32% share.Read
Commented by Stefan Feulner on October 6th, 2020 | 09:13 CEST
VW, Rock Tech Lithium, Defense Metals, Tesla - scarcity causes price explosion!
The growth market of electric mobility will continue to pick up speed in the coming years. According to a study, the forecast number of new registrations of electric cars and plug-in hybrids will be 10.3 million cars in 2020, triple by 2025, and rise to almost 55 million units by 2030. The winners of this trend are primarily car manufacturers such as Tesla, VW, and BMW. There are highly exciting companies in the ranks of suppliers and producers that are profiting exponentially from the boom trends - both in terms of corporate profits and share price performance.Read
Commented by Mario Hose on October 2nd, 2020 | 11:14 CEST
Airbus, Boeing, Defense Metals: US government sets course
Acting US President Donald Trump has been a polarizing figure since the beginning of his political career. While he tries to speak from the heart to one part of the population, he drives his opponents crazy with rhetorical games. Although Trump ends wars started by his predecessors and avoids new military conflicts, the global reputation of the US government is currently at rock bottom. Meanwhile, Trump is gaining new fans on social media on the Canadian side. Acting Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, has to put up with the accusation that Trump is doing more for the country's economic success. The reason for this statement is the construction of a USD 22 billion railway line from the Canadian province of Alberta to the US state of Alaska. But there is another sector that benefits from Trump.Read