KODIAK COPPER CORP.
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on February 2nd, 2023 | 08:00 CET
Copper on the rise: Kodiak Copper, BASF and JinkoSolar benefit
Global copper demand is estimated to double by 2035, requiring new mines, mine expansions and technological improvements at existing mines to boost production. One beneficiary of this boom is Kodiak Copper. Assay results from the recently completed drilling in late 2022 have increased the known mineralized envelope at both the Gate & Prime Zone discoveries at its British Columbia project. At the 6th International Investment Forum on February 15, CEO Claudia Tornquist will share more about this with interested investors. BASF is also taking steps to bridge the looming copper shortages due to high demand. A new cooperation is expected to accelerate copper mining. JinkoSolar, on the other hand, as a user of the highly sought-after metal, has struck another new deal. Hedge fund managers are excited.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on January 6th, 2023 | 10:18 CET
Tesla share continues to crash! Volkswagen, BYD, Kodiak Copper, Mercedes - E-mobility in distress?
E-mobiles still account for a single-digit percentage of all vehicles worldwide, but the growth trends speak a clear language: the world will electrify in mobility! Anyone following the price of copper should note one important point - copper is an important industrial metal that is not only used in cars. The biggest consumers are the construction and infrastructure industries. And these sectors are suffering from extreme inflation, high interest rates and the resulting economic decline in demand. For the copper price, of course, this also means no exuberant scarcity at present, and thus falling prices from around USD 5.00 to currently around USD 3.80 per pound. So, as with all commodities, timing in the economic cycle is the key determinant of investment success. Which stocks are in focus now?Read
Commented by Armin Schulz on December 21st, 2022 | 07:14 CET
Kodiak Copper, Volkswagen, Nordex - Copper price rises due to positive news from China!
In mid-July, the copper price marked its low for the year. Since then, a slight upward trend has formed, indicating a robust economy. There are as many as three positive signals for copper. First, there is the weakness of the dollar, which is supporting demand for the red gold. Second, China's announcement that it plans to strengthen its economy after easing Corona measures is providing a boost. If China eases its monetary policy, this would strengthen the real estate sector and fuel the hunger for commodities. Third, M&A activity around copper appears to be increasing. Therefore, we look at three companies in the copper space.Read
Commented by Stefan Feulner on December 7th, 2022 | 09:48 CET
Nordex, Kodiak Copper, Geely - Exploding demand, rising prices
In the coming decades, the electrification of transport is expected to continue to grow strongly, with battery-powered electric cars replacing internal combustion engines. In addition, the shift from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources such as wind and solar power will be greatly accelerated, both to reduce dependencies and to meet established climate targets. This transformation is expected to explode the demand for critical raw materials for climate change. Copper, in particular, plays a vital role in this.Read
Commented by Nico Popp on November 24th, 2022 | 11:12 CET
What the heat turnaround means for copper: Siemens Energy, Kodiak Copper, ThyssenKrupp
Investors looking for the latest trends often focus on metals such as rare earths, vanadium and lithium. But if you want to get the future into your portfolio, you don't have to rely on exotic elements; copper offers the best conditions. As the British Building Services Research and Information Association (BSRIA) has shown on behalf of the International Copper Association, the demand for copper alone for climate-related refurbishment will increase to 160,000t by 2035 from the current 40,000t. That represents an annual growth rate of around 10%. We highlight three companies around the trend.Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on November 10th, 2022 | 11:12 CET
Kodiak Copper, BYD, SolarEdge Technologies - Copper driving the energy transition
Goldman Sachs forecasts a gap of copper on the world market equivalent to about 8 million tons. The reason for the shortage is the high demand due to electrification in the areas of mobility, energy supply and renewable energies. Companies such as BYD and SolarEdge, pioneers of the energy transition, use vast quantities of the coveted metal in their technical solutions. In the last 10 years, the raw materials market has focused on other metals. Kodiak Copper, on the other hand, has taken advantage of this time and secured large areas of copper mineralization in North America, the drilling of which is promising. A strategic move that is now paying off...Read
Commented by Stefan Feulner on October 13th, 2022 | 11:01 CEST
Geely, Kodiak Copper, Aston Martin Lagonda - Copper with the next chance
If investors had followed the sensitive early economic indicator, they would have been spared a loss of almost 25% in the DAX alone. Because already at the beginning of March, the copper price showed the first signs of fatigue after climbing to a new all-time high of USD 10,813.36 per ton. Almost half a year later, the red metal is not only trading more than 20% lower, but the recession has already arrived globally. However, despite the economic downturn, global demand for the red metal far exceeds supply. Due to the upgrading of renewable energies, the gap is likely to widen even further in the next few years, which argues for a rising base price in the long term.Read
Commented by Armin Schulz on September 27th, 2022 | 11:01 CEST
Kodiak Copper, Nordex, BYD - Copper price indicates recovery of the economy!
Copper is considered a leading indicator of the economy. The red metal is built into almost all electrical products and is needed in many industries. If we compare the spot price of copper with the futures, we can see that the premium per metric ton has increased significantly. This is matched by the fact that China imported 8.1% more copper through August, despite the country's Zero-COVID strategy. In contrast, Chile, one of the largest copper producers, exported less than last year. So supply remains tight, partly due to demand from Europe, which is significantly expanding renewables. So today, we look at three companies around copper.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on September 1st, 2022 | 11:04 CEST
Varta, Kodiak Copper, Nordex, BYD: Copper rally 3.0 - showstoppers for climate change looming!
The sharp rise in energy raw materials is an opportunity to accelerate electrification. However, in order to really relieve the atmosphere of harmful gases in this process, we need a lot of GreenTech ideas that allow us to generate energy sparingly from our existing natural resources. Copper is one of the central raw materials around which innovations revolve. Without this red metal, building electric motors and transporting huge amounts of electricity over land would be impossible. They must now be explored and developed. The race against time is already in its third round! Which shares are at the forefront?Read
Commented by Mario Hose on August 16th, 2022 | 07:08 CEST
Kodiak Copper CEO Claudia Tornquist: The long-term picture for copper remains extremely strong
Copper is one of the important metals in modern life. When it comes to the energy transition and the change in mobility, the red metal is of great importance. In the global competition between industrial market players, access and price therefore play an important role. Raw material nations such as Canada supply the market with the ingredient of countless technical devices, which are often produced in the Middle Kingdom. For this reason, it is particularly interesting to hear the opinion of an expert. Claudia Tornquist is the CEO of Kodiak Copper Corp. and is exploring for new copper deposits in British Columbia.Read