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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on June 20th, 2024 | 06:30 CEST

Apple, Kraken Energy, Palantir - Network effect for market expansion, who is ahead?

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • Software
  • Technology

Network effects play a decisive role for companies in securing and expanding market share. Apple is strengthening its consumer credit business through its partnership with Affirm. This will allow the Company to further expand its mobile payment solution in the US while it struggles with regulatory challenges in the EU. Kraken Energy is a US-based uranium exploration company strategically positioned in the global energy industry. With a focus on high-value projects such as the Apex Uranium Mine in Nevada, Kraken Energy is capitalizing on the increasing global demand for nuclear energy resources. Palantir, on the other hand, is actively expanding its business towards B2B customers, particularly through AI-driven data analysis. Which of the three companies is ahead in terms of network effects?

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on June 11th, 2024 | 06:45 CEST

After the European elections: Is it all happening now? Nel ASA, Kraken Energy, Siemens Energy, ThyssenKrupp and Nucera in focus

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • renewableenergies
  • Energy

Europe has voted, and the Green parties have suffered historic losses! Now, the energy debate is coming to the fore again. While Germany is focusing entirely on green energy in the future, other countries have long since turned the challenges of the time into action. Nuclear energy remains a "zero-zero solution", making France, the Czech Republic and Poland the biggest climate protection exporters in the EU. This is because many new state-of-the-art reactors are being built here. The electricity market is huge, as Germany alone will have to shut down its gas and coal-fired power plants over the next few years due to the CO2 reduction commitments from the Paris Agreement. This threatens to create a supply gap that can only be filled with alternative energies, nuclear power, or hydrogen. What should investors focus on now?

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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on May 30th, 2024 | 07:30 CEST

Takeover fever? Nel, Super Micro Computer, Kraken Energy

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • nuclear
  • renewableenergies
  • AI

In the slipstream of Nvidia, the Super Micro Computer share is heading back towards an all-time high. The temporary dip following the strong quarterly figures - which fell short of even higher expectations - has ended, and the share is targeting the USD 1,000 mark. Energy producers are increasingly under the spotlight as the AI boom is set to surge energy demand. The billion-dollar takeover of Atlantica Sustainable Infrastructure by the private equity company Energy Capital Partners is currently underway. It is evident that some of the energy demand will have to be met by nuclear energy, benefiting companies like Kraken Energy, which is developing new uranium deposits in the US. Additionally, takeover speculation has recently driven up Nel ASA's share price, but is the rally already over?

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Commented by Armin Schulz on May 22nd, 2024 | 07:30 CEST

Siemens Energy, Kraken Energy, RWE - Power supply in the age of electrification

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • renewableenergies
  • Energy

In today's world, reducing emissions in energy production is a top priority to combat climate change and ensure a sustainable future. Nuclear power plants are capable of producing large amounts of energy with virtually zero emissions. Existing capacities need to be expanded, especially given the growing demand for energy due to electromobility, cryptocurrencies and artificial intelligence. Renewable energies such as solar and wind power can play a part in this, but there are still challenges, such as increasing efficiency and developing infrastructure. We take a look at three companies that are committed to the future of energy production.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on May 16th, 2024 | 07:00 CEST

Attention: Here we go! Hydrogen and uranium on the rise: Plug Power, Nel ASA, Kraken Energy and Siemens Energy in focus

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • Hydrogen
  • renewableenergies
  • Energy

It has finally happened! After months of sell-offs in hydrogen shares, there was a sigh of relief across the sector the day before yesterday. The reason: industry leader Plug Power received a government guarantee of USD 1.66 billion as backing for the construction of six-megawatt sites nationwide to create an initial hydrogen infrastructure. The Department of Energy (DOE) is thus demonstrating that the US is serious about investing in alternative energies. The decision boosted the entire energy sector, with uranium also continuing its recent upward trend. Where do the opportunities lie for investors?

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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on May 3rd, 2024 | 07:00 CEST

Kraken Energy, Barrick, Nel ASA - High-yield investments with growth potential

  • Mining
  • Gold
  • Uranium
  • renewableenergies
  • Hydrogen
  • nuclear

The hunt for raw material resources has always been a race for the best possible energy supply. When sources are in one's own country or economically friendly neighboring countries, the risk of supply disruption is low. Nuclear energy is still one of the most efficient solutions. The US is a leader in the use of uranium. This benefits the Company Kraken Energy, which has dedicated itself entirely to the exploration of uranium deposits in North America. Due to the geopolitical conflicts, the price of gold has already risen by 14% in the last 6 months alone. Barrick has now published its quarterly results, and investors can rejoice. The Norwegian hydrogen company Nel ASA also has reason to celebrate. Here, too, a pact with its big brother is extremely promising...

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Commented by Armin Schulz on April 23rd, 2024 | 07:15 CEST

RWE, Kraken Energy, Nel ASA - Germany's industry under pressure

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • nuclear
  • renewableenergies

Germany is pursuing its own path in energy policy and will rely entirely on renewable energies in future. Robert Habeck emphasized that Germany is now independent of Russian gas. However, there is no talk of independence, as Germany has become a net importer of electricity, indirectly importing gas from Russia and even nuclear power. This is because the energy storage facilities in Germany for renewable energies are not even sufficient for one hour. In addition, Germany has some of the highest electricity prices, which is already prompting industry to relocate some of its production abroad. Nuclear power is an emission-free alternative, and many power plants are being built worldwide. Uranium could become scarce here. Whether hydrogen can solve the energy storage problem is currently questionable.

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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on April 11th, 2024 | 07:30 CEST

Panic at AIXTRON and NEL! Is Kraken Energy an AI beneficiary?

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • nuclear
  • renewableenergies
  • AI

AIXTRON shares lost more than 5% yesterday. In addition to the price slide on the NASDAQ, a negative analyst comment added to the negative sentiment. Both the rating and target price of the AIXTRON share were significantly reduced. The same applies to Nel. The hydrogen specialist's recovery attempt was mercilessly stifled, and the share lost over 15%. The lack of incoming orders, in particular, is making analysts nervous. In contrast, Kraken Energy could soon be seen as an AI beneficiary. After all, Elon Musk is not the only one warning of an energy crisis and calling for the expansion of nuclear energy. Voices are getting louder that the computing power required for artificial intelligence will cause energy consumption to explode. In order to prevent a blackout, many countries are turning to nuclear power.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on March 28th, 2024 | 09:00 CET

Attention: Uranium despite the energy transition! Does this fit together? Plug Power, Nel ASA, Kraken Energy and Renk Group in focus

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • Energy
  • renewableenergies
  • nuclear

It feels like a paradox. The EU aims to be largely climate-neutral by 2050. The main focus is on mobility, heat and energy generation. As a core country of the EU, Germany is taking the political lead in the necessary measures. While France, Poland, Finland and the Czech Republic are actively expanding nuclear energy, this form of energy is virtually taboo in many other countries. Germany has been able to increase its renewable energy sources to over 50% with billions in subsidies at the expense of the taxpayer and the price of energy. Yet, Berlin still has to buy cheap electricity from abroad and also use coal and gas to stabilize the grid. It all sounds kind of crazy, but it gets really interesting when the wind isn't blowing and the sun is only to be found behind the clouds. Which shares should be considered in this mixed situation?

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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on March 21st, 2024 | 06:45 CET

Energy in transition: RWE, Kraken Energy, and Plug Power in focus

  • renewableenergies
  • fossilfuels
  • Hydrogen

The energy sector remains in flux. RWE was able to double its adjusted EBITDA. CEO Markus Krebber, who has been in office since 2021, is doing everything he can to make the energy giant fit for renewable energies. Under the term "Phaseout Technologies," he aims to bid farewell to nuclear energy and fossil fuels. However, nuclear energy is a low-carbon and adequate supply for many industrialized nations. There are 93 reactors in the USA alone, which account for 20% of the national energy supply. This is reason enough for Kraken Energy to explore uranium deposits in the US in order to establish the shortest possible supply chains. The US is also a pioneer in hydrogen technologies. Plug Power can, therefore, look forward to a considerable amount of government funding and is becoming a job engine...

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