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Commented by André Will-Laudien on February 28th, 2024 | 08:00 CET
E-mobility versus combustion engines: Tesla and BYD stumble, Mercedes-Benz and Globex Mining in Vogue!
The Tesla plant in Brandenburg is discharging polluted wastewater into the canals. Permissible limits for phosphorus and nitrogen are exceeded by up to six times. Elon Musk has not yet reacted to the accusations, as he is busy planning the expansion of his production facility. If the authorities were to take action here, the plant could also be subject to a production stop until the harmful sources are eliminated. Once again, environmental protection and the climate debate clash with the self-interest of foreign producers seemingly not on the radar of existing EU regulations. The water debate is nothing new. Since the plant in Grünheide went into operation, local communities have had to contend with a drop in the groundwater level because the plant draws an impermissible amount of water. For those finding Tesla unsympathetic due to these issues, look for other opportunities in the automotive sector!Read
Commented by Fabian Lorenz on February 21st, 2024 | 07:00 CET
Bayer shocked investors yesterday with the announcement of its dividend cut, which shouldn't have been much of a surprise. The Company is burdened with high debt, endless legal fines, and an empty pharmaceutical pipeline. In an initial reaction, analysts have lowered the share price target. BYD, on the other hand, is doing well operationally. Only the share price is not picking up. Will a share buyback turn the share price around? For those who want to profit from the commodity boom with reduced risk, then Globex Mining's stock is attractive. The news flow is strong, and those who act quickly can still register and follow the live presentation of the mining incubator at the 10th International Investment Forum, IIF, today.Read
Commented by Armin Schulz on February 13th, 2024 | 07:00 CET
Investors should have TUI, Globex Mining and Palantir on their watchlist, as they could be on the verge of movement. While TUI, as a leading tourism company, is showing signs of recovery after the pandemic, Globex Mining promises important impetus for the future of the industry and green technologies with its broad commodities portfolio. Palantir, on the other hand, known for its advanced data analytics platforms, is on the brink of significant growth opportunities in an increasingly data-rich era. In this context, movements are possible, and as an investor, one would want to be invested early. We highlight the potential of the three companies.Read
Commented by Stefan Feulner on January 31st, 2024 | 06:30 CET
The last week of January promises further excitement on the global stock markets. This week, none other than the Magnificent Seven will report on the past financial year and provide further forecasts for the future. In terms of figures, things are still relatively dull in Germany. Nevertheless, news that significantly impacts the respective companies' share prices is reported almost daily. In addition to the pharmaceutical giant Bayer, another company had to take a hard knock in court.Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on January 24th, 2024 | 07:30 CET
Anyone browsing through product descriptions on the Amazon platform in search of the best tool will soon be able to look forward to a new lease of life thanks to artificial intelligence. Amazon is currently testing chats with regenerative AI that answer product-related questions. This requires chip manufacturers such as AMD, which - freshly presented at the CES a few days ago - are now competing with Nvidia's AI GPUs. The increasing demand and growing acceptance of AI is putting commodity exploration companies such as Globex Mining on the radar of investors. Both e-commerce and AI platforms work with rare earths, precious metals and other valuable raw materials, processed in the latest cloud technology and their data centers. Find out where an investment can be worthwhile here.Read
Commented by Armin Schulz on January 16th, 2024 | 07:30 CET
Commerzbank, Globex Mining, Vonovia - Interest Rates, Commodities, Real Estate - Where is the most potential?
When it comes to investing one's money, investors have various options. Personal preferences and different risk tolerances play a crucial role in decision-making. Should one choose the security of a bank with fixed interest rate products, or does one venture into the potentially lucrative terrain of the commodities markets, where choices range between gold, oil and many other options? The third option would be real estate, the ownership of which is equated with value stability and protection against inflation. Experts recommend a diversified approach across these different areas to cushion fluctuations. We take a look at an interesting company from each sector.Read
Commented by Stefan Feulner on January 8th, 2024 | 07:15 CET
The year got off to a bumpy start. The DAX, Dow Jones and Co. started the first trading week of the year with losses. The fact that several traders were still on their well-earned Christmas vacations and volumes were low led to high fluctuations in both directions. Chip stocks, in particular, suffered due to a sales warning from the US. In contrast, gold and commodity stocks benefited due to their stable underlying values. This positive trend could continue after the corrections of the past year.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on January 4th, 2024 | 07:15 CET
This is where the music plays: Top values wanted for 2024! Mercedes, Globex Mining, BYD, and NIO to the inspection!
It was a challenging year for the otherwise popular automotive stocks. Berlin and Brussels no longer want combustion engines, but consumers do. Then, to top it off, the environmental bonus was also cut at Christmas. The traffic light coalition believes that e-mobility should now sell itself. Far from it, say the experts: combustion engines still account for 97% of road vehicles. Those in office are governing for minorities, as there has long been a lack of scientific facts and a lack of tact. But well, customers are voting with their feet, turning new vehicles into shelf warmers and buying their beloved diesel SUVs through the used car market. This market could even flourish over the next few years and demand scarcity premiums. Where are the opportunities for investors?Read
Commented by Stefan Feulner on December 19th, 2023 | 07:30 CET
One week before Christmas, presents are still being handed out on the stock market. Several companies from the renewable energies sector, which has suffered in this stock market year, reported strong quarterly figures and positive outlooks. Due to the significantly lower prices, hydrogen, wind, and solar power offer attractive entry opportunities for the coming year. One thing is sure: in Germany in particular, politicians will do everything they can to ensure that alternative energy sources become a long-term success.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 13th, 2023 | 07:45 CET
Uranium, lithium or gold? The climate conference tells us which way to go! BYD, Globex Mining, VW and Mercedes!
At the international climate conference in Dubai, several Arab countries sharply criticized and ultimately rejected the global move away from fossil fuels. The move by Western countries is an "aggressive attack", said Kuwaiti Oil Minister Saad Hamad Nasser al-Barrak yesterday, Tuesday. "I am astonished by this extraordinary insistence on depriving people and many countries of their basic source of energy. This approach is racist and colonialist," al-Barrak continued. This means that there will be no decision on a global phase-out of oil and gas with the OPEC states. Therefore, the current World Climate Conference is likely to be inconclusive or conclude with unilateral declarations from the EU. However, there is much to suggest that commodities that positively impact the global climate will remain on the import list of industrialized countries. Which shares should be considered in this mixed situation?Read