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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on February 22nd, 2024 | 07:00 CET

Royal Helium, Fresenius, BASF: Chemical and Healthcare industry - Where is the next investment opportunity?

  • Helium
  • Healthcare
  • chemicals

Europe is in the midst of an industrial upheaval due to the Green Deal, which presents both challenges and opportunities for investors. While companies like BASF are arguing for deregulation and increased subsidies to support the green transition, healthcare company Fresenius is undergoing a period of radical change and realignment. The medical technology market is booming. The global MedTech market size amounted to USD 574,002.45 million in 2022 and is expected to increase to USD 814,159.2 million by 2028, with an annual growth rate of 6.0%. Critical raw materials such as helium are in particularly high demand. Royal Helium is one of the producers of this valuable gas and impresses with a well thought-out and sustainable business model. Where does the next investment opportunity lie?

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on February 14th, 2024 | 07:15 CET

TUI, Royal Helium, thyssenkrupp nucera - Significant increases create room for improvement

  • Mining
  • Helium
  • renewableenergies
  • travel

The reporting season for the full year 2023 has already passed its peak and is entering its final phase this week. Many companies were able to defy the weakening economic environment, delivering positive surprises in both the publication of the figures for the past financial year and in the forecasts for 2024. Tourism stocks, in particular, which have weakened in recent months, could experience a rebound as a result. Following the correction, analysts also see considerable potential in companies from the renewable energy sector.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on February 6th, 2024 | 07:00 CET

Royal Helium, Infineon, Boeing - Helium: The rise to a High-Tech commodity

  • Helium
  • hightech
  • Technology

Helium, a lightweight, non-flammable and colourless gas often associated with party balloons, plays a far more significant role in the high-tech industry. From semiconductor production to nuclear magnetic resonance imaging to space travel, helium is an indispensable element that enables a wide range of high-tech applications. However, although demand for this precious gas continues to rise, its long-term availability is becoming increasingly problematic. In this article, we examine how this unassuming gas powers the modern high-tech industry and how you can benefit from it.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on November 24th, 2021 | 11:28 CET

SMA Solar, Royal Helium, RWE - Beware of inflation

  • Helium

One can almost no longer hear this topic. In addition to the rising numbers of infections due to the fourth wave in the midst of the Corona pandemic and the escalating discussions about compulsory vaccination, the scarcity of raw materials and supplies is the central issue of our time. How long before the chip crisis in the automotive industry ends, can Apple produce enough smartphones so that we can put them under the Christmas tree for our loved ones, which, by the way, is also likely to be more expensive this year than last season. Scarcity will continue to accompany society in the coming years, be prepared for it.

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Commented by Nico Popp on November 12th, 2021 | 11:57 CET

BASF, Royal Helium, Linde: This market is at the very beginning

  • Helium

Industrial gases are in demand - and expensive. Even gases such as Helium are not immune to price increases. Chemical giant BASF calls the noble gas valuable in a press release and, together with Linde, presented a process that can be used to extract Helium from natural gas production. In other regions, the extraction of Helium, which is used in medical devices and chip production, even succeeds independently of by-products - given the long-term dwindling production of fossil fuels, this is becoming increasingly important. We present three stocks.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on November 3rd, 2021 | 12:34 CET

Royal Helium, dynaCERT, Gazprom - What is next?

  • Helium

The oil and gas sector has long been a popular investment area. However, when it comes to gas, hydrogen company share certificates have been more in the spotlight in recent months. A more exciting and also little-noticed field is the noble gas helium. We take a broad look at the investment stories in the gas sector.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on October 29th, 2021 | 10:23 CEST

NEL, Plug Power, Royal Helium - Hydrogen rally, now it's rolling!

  • Helium

Only months ago, the comparatively expensive production of green hydrogen was put side by side with cheap Russian gas. Things can move that fast! The gas price has risen by 500% within 3 months, and the calculations are being recalculated. The explosive development of prices in the last 12 months shows how strongly shortages can affect the raw materials market. On average, known commodities increased by at least 25%, metals by 60-80% and energy doubled just like that. However, gas takes the cake with plus 600% in just 6 months, which gets the hydrogen industry buzzing. We take a closer look.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on October 18th, 2021 | 11:18 CEST

Rock Tech Lithium, Royal Helium, Gazprom - Commodities as a booster for the portfolio

  • Helium

Inflation is hitting with full force. Construction costs and energy prices are right at the forefront, which currently know only one direction: up. In the USA, the inflation rate was 5.4%, and in Germany, 4.1%. Winter is just around the corner and demand for heating oil, gas, and the like is rising, with no end in sight at the moment. If you want to hedge against rising prices, it is best to buy shares in producers that profit directly from price increases. Today we analyze three companies from the commodity sector.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on October 5th, 2021 | 12:20 CEST

Covestro, Royal Helium, Nikola - Where will this lead?

  • Helium

The situation is more than critical. Whether wood, steel or plastics, many raw materials are becoming increasingly scarce. The delays and interruptions in supply chains are jeopardizing smooth operations in business, industry and trade. Every sector is currently feeling the effects, from large corporations to small craft enterprises. Despite full order books, many companies are announcing short-time work. This situation is likely to worsen in the coming months.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on October 1st, 2021 | 12:45 CEST

Royal Helium, Gazprom, NEL - Now it is worth taking another look!

  • Helium

Helium is a sought-after noble gas essential for numerous applications due to its outstanding chemical and physical properties. It is used, for example, as a non-conductive, non-reactive coolant in medical laboratory equipment or in space rockets. It is also in demand in the electronics and nuclear industries. On Earth, helium occurs only in very low concentrations in the atmosphere due to its high volatility, although it is the second most abundant element in the universe after hydrogen. Helium is often a byproduct of oil and gas production. How can investors profit?

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