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Commented by Armin Schulz on May 2nd, 2022 | 10:27 CEST

Standard Lithium, Power Nickel, Varta - Shares for the e-mobility of the future

  • Electromobility
  • Lithium
  • Nickel

Decarbonization is a done deal among the major industrialized nations. Fossil fuels are to be used less and less, thus reducing emissions. The climate targets can only be achieved through a show of strength. The revolution began in early 2021 when the major car companies said goodbye to internal combustion engines. The future belongs to electric vehicles, which rely on batteries or rechargeable batteries. Since then, the prices for lithium, nickel and the like have skyrocketed. Smaller companies that want to take advantage of the imbalance in supply and demand also benefit from this. Today, we take a look at three companies that could be important for the mobility of the future.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on April 29th, 2022 | 12:20 CEST

BASF, Standard Lithium, Almonty Industries, BYD - Industrial shares in focus: Now it matters!

  • Tungsten
  • Lithium
  • Electromobility

Poland and Bulgaria no longer receive gas from Russia because they cannot pay in hard rubles. Feat: No one has larger stocks of this exotic currency because until now, all energy deliveries could be paid for in foreign currency. The situation has reached a new level of escalation between the Russian government and resource-hungry Central Europe. With further arms deliveries, this political issue will become even more acute. We look at existing dependencies and the dangers for German industrial stocks.

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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on April 12th, 2022 | 20:28 CEST

Nel, Standard Lithium, Power Nickel: Shares for the electric boom

  • Nickel
  • Lithium
  • Electromobility

BYD and Tesla are celebrating new delivery records in 2022 - and the trend continues to rise. German automakers are also trying to keep pace with electromobility with new models. But success has long since ceased to depend solely on technology and brand; the supply of raw materials is increasingly becoming a critical factor. Lithium and nickel, in particular, are in short supply, and prices are going through the roof. The shares of Standard Lithium and Power Nickel, among others, are benefiting from this. While Standard Lithium has been able to win groups as partners, the spin-off of Power Nickel's gold activities is providing additional share price potential. Hydrogen also has great potential, regardless of whether it will play a role in cars in the future or not. With the latest cooperation with the energy supplier Iberdrola, Nel is taking a further step to secure a piece of the pie.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on April 11th, 2022 | 19:00 CEST

Lithium explosion: BYD, Standard Lithium, Edison Lithium - Explosives for e-mobility!

  • Lithium
  • Electromobility

Whether e-mobility, aircraft technology or renewable energies, virtually all high-tech segments seek suitable energy storage. The development driver is climate protection, which will put mobility and energy generation and distribution on a new footing in the future. In order to bring e-mobility to a level of efficiency similar to the most modern diesel technology, on the one hand, significantly more environmentally friendly battery production processes are required, as well as a massive increase in performance. The electric boom is thus creating an incredible pull for battery metals, above all, lithium. With a 500% increase in 24 months, the price of the white metal recently reached a new high. But producers are scarce!

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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on April 5th, 2022 | 11:58 CEST

Varta, Standard Lithium, Edison Lithium: Shares profit from e-mobility

  • Lithium
  • Electromobility

Tesla has reported a new delivery record. This confirms the high demand for e-cars, and demand is necessary because the energy turnaround will hardly work without a consistent shift to e-mobility. In Germany, this development is compounded by the reduction in oil supplies from Russia. The demand for batteries and their components - above all lithium - is correspondingly high. The price per ton of lithium carbonate knows only one way: up. Today, more than EUR 70,000 per ton is being paid for the "white gold". Investors can profit from this: One of the favorites in this area is Standard Lithium. After a breather, the share is stepping on the gas again. The still largely undiscovered Edison Lithium share also has potential. Battery specialist Varta is having a more challenging time. The figures were okay. The outlook did not convince analysts, but there is hope.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on March 8th, 2022 | 11:03 CET

Rheinmetall, Altech Advanced Materials, Varta, Standard Lithium - Who can deliver?

  • Technology
  • Electromobility

Oil, gas, steel, and wheat - these are the goods that are becoming extremely scarce due to the Ukraine crisis. Scarce in the sense of expensive. Because, in the case of oil, OPEC does not yet want to adjust its production quotas. After all, they are currently earning splendidly with prices of up to USD 135 for Brent. Russia and Ukraine are important producers of steel and wheat, in addition to their 11% market share in oil and gas production. Steel is likely to be real short supply, as the start-up of several idle blast furnaces will take the West some time. And as for wheat, the futures market tells us it is up 46% this year. So it is clear the commodity rally and supply chain theme continues. Which companies should we be paying attention to?

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on February 21st, 2022 | 12:46 CET

Varta, Standard Lithium, Edison Lithium - The demand for lithium is going through the roof!

  • Lithium

E-mobility is permanently changing today's automotive industry. More and more electrified passenger cars are finding their way onto our roads, and the growth prospects for this booming industry are expected to improve even further in the coming years in light of increasing climate concerns. The Boston Consulting Group estimates that electric cars will account for 47% of global markets by 2025, up from 12% in 2020 - that is a very bold forecast! But it does show a way forward. Thanks to the accelerated acceptance of environmentally friendly vehicles among consumers, one metal, in particular, is moving into the spotlight: lithium. And it is here that investors should pay attention.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on February 15th, 2022 | 11:28 CET

BYD, Yorkton Ventures, Standard Lithium - Winners of the mobility revolution!

  • Lithium

The shift from fossil fuels to battery-powered vehicles is underway, and policymakers are keeping up the pressure with targets to reduce emissions from cars by at least 55% and trucks by 30% by 2030 compared to 1990 levels. Demand for New Energy Vehicles (NEVs) is growing tremendously. In addition to Tesla, Chinese manufacturers such as BYD, XPeng and NIO were also able to report double-digit growth rates in the past fiscal year. The prerequisite for this trend is the procurement of the existential raw material lithium. But this is becoming increasingly scarce.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on February 11th, 2022 | 13:46 CET

1000% possible: Varta, Standard Lithium, Power Nickel: The super battery is coming!

  • Electromobility

In view of advanced stock market valuations, rising inflation and disrupted supply chains, many market participants wonder whether the 1000% is possible in 2022. It is! Because right now, there are many young companies with revolutionary approaches to solving the climate crisis. Innovation and fortune are needed here to launch the ultimate solution to our future problems at the right time. Battery technology remains a good starting point because the issues of range, service life, and recycling have not yet been satisfactorily resolved. Maybe the tenbagger is among the following 3 companies?

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on February 10th, 2022 | 12:34 CET

Standard Lithium, Yorkton Ventures, Deutsche Bank - The new favorites

  • Lithium

For many years, shares of banks and financial service providers underperformed the overall market. With the end of the ultra-loose monetary policy of the central banks and several possible interest rate hikes due to continued high inflation, stocks are benefiting disproportionately and sometimes break through their downward trends that have prevailed for years. In addition to high energy costs, the blame for the enormous price increases lies with the further rise in raw material prices. Because of the demand side due to the energy transition, lithium, in particular, is rushing from high to high.

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