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Commented by Nico Popp on March 8th, 2023 | 16:27 CET
Bank shares have done well in recent months - the turnaround in interest rates has been good for many institutions. In the meantime, more and more analysts are giving banks the thumbs up. But what if currencies like the euro or the dollar lose influence? We shed light on secret trends emanating from Asian central banks, which at least argue for not investing all funds in traditional currencies.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on February 24th, 2023 | 15:51 CET
Rising interest rates, rising margins: Steinhoff, Desert Gold, Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank - Watch closely!
In the coming weeks, the moment of truth will strike for the national central banks of the eurozone because 20 years of money printing is taking its toll in the form of billions in losses. The respective state coffers will not only miss out on dividend payments but could even need capital injections. Bloomberg points to this development. The Swiss National Bank already made a start in February with a record write-down of 132 billion francs. The markets are now eagerly looking to the ECB and the US Fed. Incidentally, the taxpayer is liable for the central bank's balance sheet imbalances. If the write-downs on the bond holdings due to the quantitative easing of recent years exceed the equity capital, the member states are threatened with payment obligations. It would be a surprise if gold did not react positively to such news.Read
Commented by Nico Popp on February 9th, 2023 | 19:54 CET
Various sectors have enjoyed a boom in recent months. Commodity companies benefited from rising prices, and banks from higher interest rates. But the trees do not grow to the sky even for stocks favoured by the market. Every trend comes to an end. Where investors can believe in comebacks and where uneasiness could threaten - we take a close look for you!Read
Commented by Nico Popp on February 8th, 2023 | 11:52 CET
Anyone investing in gold is betting on an alternative asset class - the precious metal is seen as a reserve currency in a world dominated by banks and large financial institutions. But as the latest figures show, the role of banks in the gold market may be far greater than thought. In the US alone, more than 5,000t is at stake in bank balance sheets with the potential for dramatic price movements.Read
Commented by Nico Popp on January 31st, 2023 | 14:33 CET
When processes go digital, great opportunities arise: automation and scaling can ensure growth and turn established business models into high-flyers. But which companies should investors actively support in their transformation? Where is there real potential for investors, and where are companies just spreading buzzwords? We highlight three stocks for you.Read
Commented by Nico Popp on January 10th, 2023 | 11:42 CET
For years, gold has not been as exciting as it is today. Why? Central banks, like the Bank of China, have recently been bullish on gold. In addition, many economies will slide into recession in 2023 - traditionally, a good environment for gold. We look at the past, pick up on current facts and explain which stocks have potential.Read
Commented by Stefan Feulner on January 3rd, 2023 | 08:30 CET
The volatile and weak stock market year 2022 is history, but the issues with rising inflation combined with fears of recession as well as the uncertainties in geopolitics with existing and threatening conflicts in Ukraine and Taiwan remain. Thus, at least the high volatility is likely to continue. Despite all the imponderables, many experts see opportunities for a thoroughly positive stock market year. In the gold sector, too, new price targets beyond 2000 are already being passed around. Many shares from this sector therefore offer attractive long-term entry opportunities at a reduced level.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 André Will-Laudien on November 17th, 2022 | 11:20 CET
Investors increasingly look at the big losers in heavily sold markets because the size of the markdowns identifies potential for the future. Often shares fall because of the general market weakness, but sometimes the operating business also weighs heavy. At the end of the year, there is also "tax-loss selling", especially in North America. We look at some stocks that have suffered significant losses but could now take off again.Read
Commented by Nico Popp on November 15th, 2022 | 13:28 CET
The Cantourage Group share shows that the stock market keeps writing spectacular stories. The cannabis startup has gained around 500% within the first two days of trading - from EUR 6.48 last Friday, it peaked at over EUR 33. But what is the secret of the new weed giant's success? We analyze and draw parallels - is the next Cantourage already lurking around the corner?Read