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Commented by Stefan Feulner on February 3rd, 2023 | 12:54 CET
BYD, Power Nickel and Infineon - News drives share prices
The events are overlapping. In addition to the daily geopolitical news, the central banks are in the spotlight these days. Despite a further interest rate step, the FED sent positive signals to the capital market because the end of the strict monetary policy is approaching. In addition, the reporting season started, which could offer several surprises already at the start. After the price corrections, many companies have opportunities for a sustainable rebound.Read
Commented by Nico Popp on February 1st, 2023 | 18:14 CET
Scholz on lithium trip in South America - Who benefits? BYD, Saturn Oil + Gas, American Lithium
China has been active in South America for years and has put out feelers for raw materials. But first movers are not always rewarded. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has now been to Chile and made the country an extremely attractive offer. We take a detailed look at what it is all about and how investors can deal with the news.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on January 31st, 2023 | 14:50 CET
E-mobility 2023: The Tesla hunters are coming! BYD, Lucid Motors, Tocvan Ventures. Will the Varta share now also fly?
It Is hard to believe! The Tesla share is once again making a name for itself. Analysts went into the presentation of the annual figures with cautious expectations because there were many negative rumors surrounding Elon Musk's electronics company: Fewer sales? Cars on stockpile? Again, it came as no one had expected it. Elon Musk delivered and simultaneously mocked all the shorties who wanted to push his stock below USD 100 at the turn of the year. This gambit went badly wrong because Tesla was able to deliver even better figures than expected, and there was no stopping the share. With plus 70% in only 4 weeks, the Tesla share belongs to the shooting stars since the turn of the year - the short sellers must have lost their desire completely. But the variety of interesting shares is significant. Where are the opportunities for e-investors lurking?Read
Commented by Fabian Lorenz on January 26th, 2023 | 20:11 CET
Big surprise for Tesla hunter BYD and JinkoSolar: when will dynaCERT share takeoff?
Now, this would be a real surprise: Will Tesla hunter BYD soon not only sell its e-cars in Germany but also produce them? According to media reports, the Chinese carmaker is talking to Ford about buying the plant in Saarlouis. Another Chinese group is also continuing to go full throttle: JinkoSolar. The solar group reports strong figures, the start of construction of a reference project and analysts increase the price target for the share. Investors are also waiting for a big bang from dynaCERT. The cleantech company wants to enter into trading with emission certificates. In addition, sales figures are increasing in the core business.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on January 25th, 2023 | 13:51 CET
Take cover - Tesla reports figures today! BYD, NIO, Power Nickel, BASF: Here we go with e-mobility!
The tension is rising. How will the annual figures of the industry leader in e-mobility, Tesla, really turn out now? By the end of 2022, there was a 70% slump in the share, and Elon Musk, the founder, had USD 100 billion less in the account within 8 weeks. He himself was to blame because in order to finance the Twitter takeover, he had to part with Tesla shares. For the year 2023, we are now interested in the expectations that will be placed on e-mobility. The fact is that many countries, including Germany, are now gradually withdrawing subsidies. So the new mobility must now learn to walk by itself. Where are the opportunities for investors?Read
Commented by Nico Popp on January 11th, 2023 | 13:00 CET
E-mobility - is it all over? BYD, Power Nickel, Varta
"E-cars will disappear just as quickly as they came." Boom! This statement by Georg Brasseur, emeritus professor of Institute of Electrical Measurement and Sensor Systems at Graz University of Technology, is currently making waves. But what drives the retired scientist to make this statement? And what are the consequences for the battery industry and investors? We shed some light on the matter - and even point out opportunities.Read
Commented by Stefan Feulner on January 10th, 2023 | 11:35 CET
BYD, Alpina Holdings, Alibaba - Turnaround in Asia
Asian stock markets are on the verge of a powerful rebound. Due to the Zero-COVID strategy in China in recent months, the markets corrected due to concerns of a sustained economic slowdown. With an end to the lockdown, signs are pointing to growth again. After a massive sell-off, there are attractive opportunities for short-term trading gains, especially in technology stocks.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 André Will-Laudien on January 4th, 2023 | 07:08 CET
The big energy question in 2023: BYD, Altech Advanced Materials, Varta, BASF - Is the thread breaking?
Although the year 2023 starts with rising share prices, Central Europe is entering a difficult period. The start of the New Year brings a new situation for German consumers of refined products, as the purchase of crude oil via the Druzhba pipeline has now been stopped. Germany is thus implementing the oil embargo against Russia decided in the EU and losing a vital supply of oil overnight. As a result, the East German refinery in Schwedt reduced its throughput to 55% and is looking around for other suppliers. Whether this will work out in the short term is more than questionable. If the gas storage facilities are empty at the end of the relatively warm winter, the energy question will arise again. We now realize how fatally energy dependence on Russia has grown over the past decades. How tangible are alternative energies and the high-performance energy storage facilities they require?Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on January 3rd, 2023 | 08:34 CET
E-mobility - Tesla in crisis! BYD, Almonty Industries, Mercedes, Porsche - Who is the best performer in 2023?
The year 2022 ended with a sell-out at Tesla. Not that the shelves for Tesla vehicles were ransacked - no - the Elon Musk share advanced to the negative leader in the car performance list with a 70% loss. First, there was the egocentric's Twitter takeover, which could only be contested by sales in Tesla shares. Then many funds followed the downward trend, selling heavily until just before Christmas. The news of the construction of a Tesla infrastructure in Turkey helped the stock to a quick revival at the beginning of the year. But who has the best cards among automotive stocks in 2023?Read