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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on January 2nd, 2023 | 11:49 CET
Tocvan Ventures, BASF, BYD - These companies are set to scale up
Gold is a key ingredient in the telecom industry. If Apple scales up its iPhone and iPad production in India with partner BYD, the demand for gold will increase immensely. Canadian explorer Tocvan Ventures specializes in exploring and mining gold sites in Mexico. After successfully exploring the area in the "Pilar Project", the Company is going to the next round. Analysis of the percentage of gold in the current drilling is pending. Things could also be looking up again for BASF. Subsidiary Wintershall Dea has discovered a hot commodity in the Norwegian Sea.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 29th, 2022 | 09:20 CET
Top Asian Picks for 2023 in place of Tesla: Alibaba, Alpina Holdings, BYD, JinkoSolar: Invest in the best!
The Asian tech giants have not yet been able to break away from their downward trend in 2022. After losing almost 50% in 2021, e-commerce giant Alibaba again lost more than 15% at the end of the year, while other stocks such as Baidu and Tencent also posted double-digit losses. In the US, the once so-popular stocks were quickly removed from the funds. Currently, only die-hard fans are likely still invested. Fortunately, the tense situation has calmed down somewhat in recent weeks, and even the Chinese regulator is gradually realizing that the heavy monitoring of the digital economy is slowing down the growth prospects of its own economy. Some analysts have already downgraded Chinese GDP growth by a full 1.5 percentage points from 2022 to 2025. However, Asia can still score points in an international comparison. Where are the opportunities?Read
Commented by Armin Schulz on December 28th, 2022 | 08:14 CET
Auxico Resources, BYD, Nordex - Energy transition in danger: shortage of critical raw materials
The energy transition, i.e. the transition to a sustainable, low-carbon and renewable energy supply, is an important step in combating the climate crisis. However, some critical raw materials are needed for the expansion of renewable energies and whose scarcity can pose a threat to the energy transition. These include, for example, rare earths, cobalt and lithium, which are used in the manufacture of solar panels, wind turbines and electric cars. In this context, one should not underestimate the current dependence on China, which has a monopoly position, especially in rare earths. We therefore take a look at three companies around the energy transition.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 23rd, 2022 | 07:55 CET
Is the e-mobility gold rush coming to an end? Volkswagen, BYD, Alerio Gold, Deutsche Bank - What is going on with Tesla?
Elon Musk had a calculated fortune of around USD 280 billion at the peak of the Tesla share. After the crash of the miracle share and the purchase of Twitter, he is now said to own around USD 150 billion less. According to calculations by the analysis firm Factset, Musk still holds around 14% of the shares in electric car manufacturer Tesla. Here alone, there is a gaping loss of over USD 100 billion. New at the world's top for the first time is a Frenchman: Bernard Arnault, the 73-year-old CEO and co-owner of the luxury group LVMH. According to the US magazine Forbes, he has a total fortune of USD 186 billion - and thus passes Musk and Buffet. Has the "climate wonder weapon" electromobility already seen its horizon?Read
Commented by Armin Schulz on December 19th, 2022 | 13:54 CET
Power Nickel, Rock Tech Lithium, BYD - Race to secure critical raw materials
Since the major car manufacturers decided to equip their cars with electric drives, the demand for certain raw materials has skyrocketed. The result has been a sharp rise in prices. Some of the most important raw materials needed for the production of electric cars include lithium, cobalt and nickel. At the G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia, the world's largest nickel producer proposed to the Canadians that they set up an organization similar to OPEC for nickel. Such moves are a sign that the battle for key EV commodities is growing. So today, we look at one nickel and one lithium company and see how the battery and electric car maker BYD is positioning itself.Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on December 16th, 2022 | 08:50 CET
Altech Advanced Materials, BYD, Apple - With this innovation Germany becomes an energy driver
Germany is known for its engineering. With Altech Advanced Materials, a new type of battery is paving its way that trumps all previous storage capacities. Together with Fraunhofer IKTS, the Heidelberg-based company is breaking new ground. BYD is also planning another battery plant, but in the USA. So far, the Chinese carmaker has held back in the consumer market there, preferring to focus on electric buses. But it will soon be adding another EV brand to its international portfolio. Apple will soon have to prepare itself. To comply with competition law, the EU demands that the Cupertino-based company open up its iPhone and iPad systems to other app stores. Find out what this means for sales here.Read
Commented by Fabian Lorenz on December 15th, 2022 | 12:05 CET
E-car boom in Germany: BYD, Plug Power and dynaCERT are profiteers of the energy transition
The trend toward e-cars continues. In November 2022, 260,512 passenger cars were newly registered in Germany (source: kba.de). That represents an increase of 31% compared to the previous year. New registrations of electric passenger cars (BEV) increased disproportionately by 44% to 57,980 units. Significantly, Tesla's Model 3 was the most-registered car in the mid-size segment, while the Porsche Taycan was the most-registered car in the luxury segment - across all drive types. The trend toward electromobility should continue in the coming year. That is also when BYD plans to shake up the market in Europe. As a result, the excitement for shareholders is rising. The same applies to Plug Power and dynaCERT. Both are facing milestones in 2023 that should catapult share prices to new heights.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 14th, 2022 | 12:00 CET
Climate protection & energy crisis: BYD, Mercedes, Globex Mining, Volkswagen - Invest in metals!
Those who want to switch from fossil energy to electrical forms of use forget the sometimes poor efficiency in converting fossil primary energy forms to electricity from the socket. Truly green solutions are defined per se by "GreenTech" applications that improve the overall energy balance or even reduce it to zero. A prerequisite for all efforts is access to inexpensive raw materials, especially high-tech metals. These are copper, iron, nickel, silver, and, as the scope of applications expands, silver, platinum and gold. By the fall of 2022, green power yields were between 43 and 66% of the grid capacity. Fossil fuels had a share of only 15 to 20%. Winter has now set in, and trouble looms as the fossil component is more than uncertain for Europe, and solar power yields are falling. Where is the solution?Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 12th, 2022 | 10:45 CET
100% is possible: BYD, Varta, Power Nickel, BASF: E-mobility stocks for 2023!
With advanced stock market corrections, rising inflation and disrupted supply chains, many market participants wonder if 100% is possible in 2023. It is! Because there are currently many challenges to solving the climate and energy crisis. More than ever, revolutionary ideas with vision are in demand. The pressure to innovate could not be higher in the area of batteries for e-mobility because the issues of range, service life and recycling have not yet been satisfactorily resolved for consumers. Some representatives of the industry have already recognized the signs of the times.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 8th, 2022 | 09:22 CET
Gas is becoming scarce and raw materials increasingly expensive: Uniper, BYD, Defense Metals, and Nordex in focus
Five years ago, Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced the transportation revolution. Last week, it finally happened: Pepsi was the first company to receive the keys to the new Tesla e-truck called the "Tesla Semi." It is said to have a full 500 miles, or 800 km, range and can be charged in less than an hour with the appropriate high-voltage current. Because fossil fuel energy supplies are becoming more and more expensive, electric innovations are now entering all areas of business. But electricity from the socket also needs its sources. For this, in turn, all countries worldwide are making efforts to get GreenTech off the ground, i.e. the climate-neutral generation of electricity. Only then can e-mobility be said to benefit the environment. What is urgently needed for this are inexpensive energy and metal raw materials.Read