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Commented by Stefan Feulner on March 2nd, 2022 | 11:31 CET

Bayer, Desert Gold, K+S - Market facing redistribution

  • Gold

Since Russia invaded Ukraine last week, the world has literally been turned upside down. There is bewilderment at the violence of the Russian president. Western nations are responding with sanctions against Russia, such as excluding Russian banks from the SWIFT system. In addition, the plan is to extend sanctions to other companies in various industries. Companies that are not affected benefit from this and gain market share. For example, the fertilizer industry is facing a redistribution of market conditions in favor of German suppliers.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on February 17th, 2022 | 11:22 CET

Super numbers! Barrick Gold, Desert Gold, First Majestic - The gold and silver rally is coming!

  • Gold

Inflation is a buying time for precious metals - Inflation Protection. The political conflict with Ukraine seems to be slowly dissipating into thin air. But short-term surprises still lurk to drive the price of gold. Due to the pullback that has begun, there has been a slight easing in commodity prices, but the fundamental rally continues. Barrick has reported on 2021. And second-tier stocks are waiting in the wings. Here is a selection of promising gold and silver stocks.

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Commented by Nico Popp on February 7th, 2022 | 13:22 CET

Meta, Desert Gold, Amazon: Of good and bad growth

  • Gold

Growth companies are out - at least, that is what many stock market commentators are saying these days. But can one of the most important drivers of high returns on the stock market ever lose its appeal? We explain what is meant by the saying around growth companies and show where there are still growth opportunities today.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on February 3rd, 2022 | 14:02 CET

Barrick Gold, Desert Gold, K+S - The big picture is right!

  • Gold

Does inflation hurt the stock markets? The answer is: it depends. It depends on how high it is and how long it lasts. Likewise, industries and consumers are affected quite differently. Interest rate levels also play an important role. What has been shown in the past - gold performs well during periods of high inflation. Agricultural commodities are also predicted to have a dazzling future.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on January 26th, 2022 | 13:05 CET

BioNTech, Desert Gold, Nel ASA - Rebound or crash

  • Gold

The stock markets are shaking dangerously. After the highs at the beginning of the year, shares from the technology sector mainly corrected across the board due to rising fears of a stricter monetary policy by central banks. The fact that tensions between Russia and Western countries are escalating due to the Ukraine conflict is exacerbating the sell-off. Despite good corporate data, individual companies are being swept along in the undertow and currently offer attractive anti-cyclical entry opportunities.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on January 18th, 2022 | 12:13 CET

Lufthansa, TUI, Desert Gold - Explosive turnaround at the start of 2022!

  • Gold

There was no sell-off in 2021 after all. Although the DAX started to crash in October and November, and the 200-day line was clearly undercut on both occasions at 14,850 points, the market nevertheless held these lines. The crash prophets all went quiet again, and by the end of the year, the index was back to just under 16,000 points. Who would have thought it - twice a whole 1,200 points reversal as if nothing had happened. High inflation figures and Omicron fears could not push the high liquidity out of the market so far. At the beginning of 2022, there are signs of a rebound for some beaten-up stocks.

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Commented by Mario Hose on January 17th, 2022 | 15:57 CET

Which stocks should investors buy? BioNTech, Desert Gold, Unilever in focus

  • Investments

The start of the week in Germany has been mixed. At 15,937 points, the German benchmark index DAX is almost unchanged from the close of trading last Friday. No impulses are expected from the U.S. today, as the stock market there remains closed for the holiday. The MDAX last traded at 34,667 points (+0.24%), TecDAX at 3,563 points (+0.53%) and SDAX at 15,872 points with 0.07% in the red. Detached from the indices, investors have special opportunities today in individual stocks.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on January 6th, 2022 | 12:37 CET

Gazprom, Desert Gold, TeamViewer - Nothing ventured, nothing gained

  • Gold

Opportunity and risk are two sides of the same coin when it comes to investing. When the market misses opportunities over a long period of time or prices in risks excessively, investment opportunities arise. Timing and investment horizon are equally part of the decision-making process. The three stocks mentioned are in an exciting phase - reason enough for a closer look.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on December 14th, 2021 | 12:19 CET

Deutsche Börse, Desert Gold, MicroStrategy - Save your money

  • Gold

At the latest, after the inflation figures for November, every investor should have become aware that inflation will not only remain short-term due to the Corona effect but much longer than expected. So, what to do when the savings in your account are losing more and more value year after year. Investment alternatives to protect against inflation are precious metals and the still controversial Bitcoin. Despite the current weakness of the two asset classes, there is probably no way around rising quotations in the long term - time to position yourself anticyclically.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 10th, 2021 | 12:12 CET

Steinhoff, Desert Gold, China Evergrande, Wirecard - The penny stock rockets for 2022!

  • Pennystocks

Penny stocks are not only cheap; there are usually also solid reasons why a value has been sold out or has been quoted low. In the case of Australian stocks, a low par value and the issuance of a great many shares are the natural reason for zero comma listings. Canadian explorers also have this quirk, but they often make their share volume more manageable by rolling it back. Investors can only get a concrete indication of "expensive or cheap" by studying the circumstances or closely examining the fundamentals of the Company. Wirecard was once valued at EUR 25 billion. However, after the insolvency announcement, the stock market now realizes that even if some payment licenses are liquidated, there will be nothing left for shareholders. We take a look at three selected stocks.

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