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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on May 24th, 2023 | 08:10 CEST

IPO Price driver: ThyssenKrupp, Volkswagen, Desert Gold

  • Mining
  • Gold
  • Electromobility
  • IPO

In an IPO, it is not only the newcomer to the stock market that is interesting for investors. A parent company often benefits - e.g. Volkswagen or Mercedes-Benz - when the subsidiary becomes fully or partially independent. Shareholders of ThyssenKrupp are currently hoping for a share price driver. Thus, the IPO of the hydrogen subsidiary nucera. However, analysts are skeptical. Yet, an initial public offering can also pay off for the peer group when investors take a closer look at the industry again. Desert Gold could benefit from this. The neighbour of the gold explorer Allied Gold Corp wants to go public in London. Desert Gold should also benefit from this and help the share to break out. Within the VW Group, the Porsche share has outperformed its parent company since the IPO. Analysts warn: Will Tesla and BYD leave Volkswagen behind?

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on May 8th, 2023 | 07:40 CEST

Impending financial crisis 3.0 boosts gold: Desert Gold Ventures, Deutsche Bank, Allianz - This is where the music plays!

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  • Gold
  • Banking
  • Investments
  • Inflation

And another double interest rate hike. First the FED, now the ECB followed suit last week, as expected. Monetary policy is trying a dangerous balancing act, as the US banking sector is tottering, and at the same time, inflation rates remain high. Now lavish wage settlements are added to the mix, and the second-round effects are on. The aggressive interest rate hikes and the collapsing real estate market have been among the factors causing stress in the banking sector. Profiteers are few and far between at the moment, but precious metals are back on the buy list. What about the prominence of the German financial industry?

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Commented by Nico Popp on May 5th, 2023 | 09:20 CEST

Bank comeback in a fortnight? Commerzbank, Barrick Gold, Desert Gold

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  • Gold
  • Banking
  • Investments

Banks are shaking in the US - and in Germany? After the SVB had its back to the wall in the US, the market also bet against Commerzbank and Deutsche Bank. In the meantime, however, calm has returned. We will examine whether banks have comeback potential, what alternatives there are for investors in the current market environment, and let professional investors have their say.

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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on April 27th, 2023 | 08:30 CEST

Vonovia, Desert Gold Ventures, Daimler Truck - Solid growth surprises investors

  • Mining
  • Gold
  • RealEstate
  • Electromobility

Vonovia has secured a strong US partner to further secure its real estate business in Germany. Proceeds from the investment will support Vonovia's capital allocation plans while giving Apollo's insurance and institutional clients access to a portfolio of long-term, high-quality assets. High quality is also the acreage Desert Gold Ventures is exploring in Mali, Africa. New gold exploration areas have been defined that show promise. Gold will continue to gain importance in the near future, as it is a valuable component of numerous solutions in the energy transition. According to Daimler Truck CEO Daum, progress is still far too slow. But the Q1/23 result exceeds all expectations.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on April 18th, 2023 | 08:30 CEST

Lagging behind and full of opportunities - ThyssenKrupp, Desert Gold, Deutsche Bank

  • Mining
  • Gold
  • Banking
  • Investments

**In the dynamic and volatile financial markets, the search for investment opportunities that offer above-average returns is a constant challenge for investors. In this context, looking at lagging stocks that have been affected by special situations is often worthwhile. In addition to companies from the banking sector, smaller exploration companies in the precious metals market offer attractive long-term entry opportunities.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on April 12th, 2023 | 10:31 CEST

Deutsche Bank, Desert Gold, Barrick Gold - Gold price on the way to an all-time high

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  • Gold
  • Copper
  • Investments
  • Banking

After the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and the rescue of Credit Suisse through the merger with UBS, the great trembling has begun. In the 2008 financial crisis, the FED fired up the printing press to stabilize the banks. In order to avoid inflation, the banks were paid to park their money with the FED. Thus, there is USD 5.7 trillion at the FED, on which interest of more than USD 700 million is due every day. That drives up the money supply and inflation. It is no wonder that alternatives to fiat money are booming. The gold price is already above USD 2,000, and cryptocurrencies have also rebounded. We, therefore, look at two gold companies and analyze Deutsche Bank.

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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on March 23rd, 2023 | 08:00 CET

Gold to USD 3,000? Barrick Gold and Desert Gold profit. What is going on at Vonovia?

  • Mining
  • Gold
  • RealEstate
  • Inflation

Will the price of gold rise to USD 3,000 per ounce before the end of the year? That is what investment professional Leigh Goehring thinks is possible. He is a managing director at Goehring & Rozencwajg, manages a commodity fund, among other things, and expects a "decade of inflation." If the forecast comes true, gold stocks will at least be an attractive portfolio addition. In addition to industry heavyweights like Barrick Gold, explorers can be worthwhile as leverage to the gold price. One such explorer is Desert Gold. The share of the Canadian company reacted yesterday with a price jump of over 10% to a project update. In contrast, the outlook for "concrete gold" remains challenging. Vonovia, for example, was once again downgraded by analysts despite the significant share price losses of recent months. At the same time, there are also positive comments.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on March 15th, 2023 | 10:21 CET

Deutsche Bank, Desert Gold, Commerzbank - Back to the safe haven

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  • Gold
  • Banking
  • Investments

The willingness of investors to take risks increased in recent months despite further interest rate fears and geopolitical uncertainties, but this was abruptly interrupted by the surprising bankruptcy of Silicon Valley Bank. While some banking and financial stocks were dragged down by double digits, the precious metals gold and silver, as well as the cryptocurrencies, celebrated a comeback after a correction lasting several weeks. The next upward wave may have begun, especially in the precious yellow metal, with the climbing of new highs.

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Commented by Nico Popp on March 8th, 2023 | 16:27 CET

Banks have a problem: Commerzbank, Deutsche Bank, Desert Gold

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  • Gold
  • Banking
  • Investments

Bank shares have done well in recent months - the turnaround in interest rates has been good for many institutions. In the meantime, more and more analysts are giving banks the thumbs up. But what if currencies like the euro or the dollar lose influence? We shed light on secret trends emanating from Asian central banks, which at least argue for not investing all funds in traditional currencies.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on February 24th, 2023 | 15:51 CET

Rising interest rates, rising margins: Steinhoff, Desert Gold, Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank - Watch closely!

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  • Gold
  • Banking
  • Investments

In the coming weeks, the moment of truth will strike for the national central banks of the eurozone because 20 years of money printing is taking its toll in the form of billions in losses. The respective state coffers will not only miss out on dividend payments but could even need capital injections. Bloomberg points to this development. The Swiss National Bank already made a start in February with a record write-down of 132 billion francs. The markets are now eagerly looking to the ECB and the US Fed. Incidentally, the taxpayer is liable for the central bank's balance sheet imbalances. If the write-downs on the bond holdings due to the quantitative easing of recent years exceed the equity capital, the member states are threatened with payment obligations. It would be a surprise if gold did not react positively to such news.

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