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Commented by André Will-Laudien on February 28th, 2023 | 15:23 CET
Nuclear power, yes please! GoviEx Uranium, Rheinmetall, BYD, NIO - Important power for e-mobility!
Currently, 47 nuclear reactors in the Chinese pipeline are scheduled to come on stream within the next eight to ten years. In a global comparison, this puts Beijing at the top of the international planning list, followed by Russia and India. At last count, four nuclear power plants were under construction worldwide in 2020. In Germany, electricity generation from renewable energies continues to increase every year, while the electricity yield generated with the help of nuclear power continues to fall. This increases the costs for the German energy supply more and more, but the Berlin traffic lights are not interested in this. According to announcements by the German government, all nuclear reactors are to be shut down by April 2023 as part of the energy transition. What do investors need to pay attention to now?Read
Commented by Armin Schulz on February 27th, 2023 | 14:53 CET
BYD, First Hydrogen, Daimler Truck - Battle of the drive systems
In recent years, the debate about the future of mobility has focused heavily on conventional passenger cars. Yet it is commercial vehicles that are responsible for the majority of emissions. Here, the competition between electromobility and hydrogen as drive systems for trucks and vans is now moving into the focus of the discussion. While electromobility has been on the rise for several years, hydrogen is also gaining in importance as an alternative drive system. In contrast to batteries, fuel cell vehicles can achieve a significantly greater range with hydrogen. Another advantage of hydrogen as a propulsion system is the short refueling time. Today, we look at three companies that are taking different approaches.Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on February 24th, 2023 | 15:59 CET
dynaCERT, Mercedes-Benz, BYD - Is hydrogen the better alternative to electromobility?
New government measures are driving the shift from fossil fuels to renewables. While some of these measures defy logic (combustion car ban in the EU in 2023), others are leading to market changes that have a meaningful impact. The US Inflation Reduction Act, for example, is funneling money into the expansion of a nationwide hydrogen fueling station infrastructure. This is excellent news for the logistics industry, as tough cost calculations will determine the pros and cons of new forms of propulsion for heavy-duty trucks and commercial vehicles. This represents a market opportunity for the Canadian company dynaCERT, which provides switchable hydrogen drives. Hydrogen weighs less than electric batteries, and on the road, every kilogram counts for the freight. The Mercedes-Benz Group, including Daimer Truck AG, is also betting on hydrogen. China competitor BYD, meanwhile, has to reckon with cancellations for EV batteries because the devil is in the details here.Read
Commented by Nico Popp on February 23rd, 2023 | 15:03 CET
Unknown and better than Tesla? BYD, First Phosphate, Varta
BYD wants to have sold a whopping 1.86 million cars in 2022. That is about 500,000 more than competitor Tesla. Despite this, Elon Musk's company is still considered an e-car giant. Why is that? Certainly, the focus on Western markets has to do with the fact that many investors from the US and Europe still favour Tesla. We look at why thinking outside the box can pay off and how it can help investors seize opportunities.Read
Commented by Fabian Lorenz on February 22nd, 2023 | 13:22 CET
Beware of Plug Power and Tesla. Better to bet on BYD and Defense Metals?
Caution is advised with e-car pioneer Tesla: Over the weekend, a video of an accident involving a Tesla and a stationary fire truck made the rounds on the Internet. This could once again bring the US authorities onto the scene. They had just ordered a "recall" for more than 360,000 vehicles. The reason was an increased risk of accidents. Tesla has to install an online update of the driver assistance software. And then Charlie Munger had also spoken out clearly for BYD and against Tesla. It was almost ridiculous, said the partner of Warren Buffett, how strongly BYD had asserted itself against Tesla. While Tesla is lowering prices, BYD has raised them. Experts also advise caution for Plug Power. Chart-wise, the stock is still battered, the estimates for the coming years seem ambitious, and a capital increase to finance the expansion is hardly avoidable. At the same time, electromobility and hydrogen are absolute topics of the future. Are investors therefore better off betting on BYD and Defense Metals?Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on February 20th, 2023 | 13:49 CET
The Greentech rally continues: Shares of ThyssenKrupp, Manuka Resources, BYD and Varta in focus
The pessimists among economists were proven wrong at the beginning of the year. No, the German GDP did not fall in 2022, but rose by a full 1.9%. Who would have thought that with the supply chain problems, growth would be possible at all? Due to the war in Ukraine, rising energy prices and record inflation, economic regeneration in 2022 turned out surprisingly better than expected. This is due to various special effects, such as restructuring our energy supply, which positively affected the German economy. So far, there has also been no gas emergency, which would have weighed heavily on industry. We look at opportunities in the emerging Greentech industry.Read
Commented by Nico Popp on February 17th, 2023 | 17:05 CET
Rare earth revolution instead of China dependency: BYD, Auxico Resources, American Lithium
China's rise has been long planned. Thanks to strategically aligned five-year plans, the former agricultural state now has a dominant market position in many areas. Examples include the Greentech sector and the business with modern electricity storage systems for electric cars. But alternatives are slowly emerging. Alternatives that also give hope to German industry.Read
Commented by Fabian Lorenz on February 15th, 2023 | 11:40 CET
Is Tesla hunter BYD almost 100% in? Has the Nel share run hot? When will Manuka Resources jump on?
The Nel share has performed amazingly well in recent months. From mid-October to early February, it increased by around 70% to EUR 1.70. Since then, the stock has been taking a well-deserved breather. Will the rally continue? According to Goldman Sachs, the air is getting thin. But there is also positive news. There is also that of BYD. The Tesla hunter is building another battery factory, and analysts are raising their estimates after solid figures. Manuka Resources wants to present strong drilling results. For this purpose, a new drilling program near an existing mine has now been approved. In addition to gold and silver, high-grade copper deposits, zinc, and lead are expected. In addition, a complete reassessment is still possible.Read
Commented by Fabian Lorenz on February 9th, 2023 | 19:42 CET
BYD, American Lithium, Altech Advanced Materials: Shares in rally mode
The rally at the beginning of the year on the stock markets has surprised many investors. Among the winners are the shares of BYD, American Lithium, and Altech Advanced Materials AG. All three are already showing significant double-digit price increases after the first few weeks. And the chances are good that the positive developments will continue. That is because they are benefiting from the boom in electric mobility. In the current year, BYD is relying heavily on foreign expansion outside its home market of China. The first vehicles have now been delivered in India. In the future, the Chinese carmaker's batteries could contain lithium from American Lithium. In any case, the Canadian company has published a promising resource estimate, and the IPO of the uranium division may become the next share price driver. Altech Advanced Materials is working on a new generation of batteries with the Fraunhofer Institute. More and more investors are discovering the Altech share. The market capitalization is not high.Read
Commented by Fabian Lorenz on February 8th, 2023 | 11:42 CET
More than 100% possible: Analysts on Nel ASA, Saturn Oil + Gas and the Tesla chaser BYD
Hydrogen specialist Nel ASA is entering the new year with a tailwind. The Norwegian company's stock has already gained more than 20% this year. Operationally, the Company aims to make significant progress in 2023 after a challenging previous year. A new order was reported to match this. And then analysts are also raising the price target. Analysts see over 100% price potential in the oil producer Saturn Oil & Gas. The experts assess the recent acquisition of the Canadians as positive and see a significant undervaluation compared to the peer group. In addition, analysts at Commerzbank see a rising oil price. For e-cars, Tesla has triggered price reductions. BYD is also affected by this. Things are also likely to get more uncomfortable in the primary market of China in 2023. Nevertheless, BYD should continue to grow in the current year.Read