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Commented by Nico Popp on October 13th, 2021 | 10:16 CEST

Rock Tech Lithium, Manganese X Energy, Daimler: E-mobility takes off on the stock market

  • Electromobility

The bull market is here to stay. Although standard stocks are still bobbing along, speculative stocks are picking up speed. That suggests that the risk appetite of investors has not yet been satisfied. In addition, events in future-oriented sectors, such as electromobility, are coming thick and fast. Most recently, both Millennial Lithium and Neo Lithium were taken over. The Canadian-German Company Rock Tech Lithium is becoming a neighbor of Tesla in Brandenburg. Which stocks are the next winners?

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on October 1st, 2021 | 13:19 CEST

China Evergrande, Troilus Gold, Daimler, BP - With quality against the crash!

  • Gold

In strongly fluctuating markets, good advice is expensive. China Evergrande has divested itself of a bank stake in order to refinance its obligations. Some will say this is already getting down to the wire. China's real estate markets appear to be in serious trouble. We hear little about the default payments to foreign investors, and domestic investors have probably received their interest late. Everything is in the balance here. Meanwhile, the Bund future falls below the critical 170 mark, which means that the European bond markets also suffer from a slight withdrawal of confidence. We look at some standard stocks with high content.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on September 30th, 2021 | 13:29 CEST

EuroSports Global, Daimler, JinkoSolar - Eyes open!

  • Electromobility

Germany has voted. The new federal government is likely to attach great importance to the topics of renewable energies and electromobility. The mentioned areas have also gained weight internationally. With these three shares, investors can profit from the two megatrends. Who is the favorite?

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Commented by Armin Schulz on September 15th, 2021 | 14:03 CEST

JinkoSolar, Defense Metals, Daimler - Sustainability only with rare earths

  • RareEarths

Rare earths are found in almost all new technologies such as smartphones, e-cars, etc. The leading supplier is China. Rare earths occur more often than one might think, but mining them is rarely economically profitable. Thus, China has a kind of monopoly position. With the trade dispute between the US and China brewing, more people realize that Western countries should seek alternative access to rare earths. If China limits exports, it would quickly lead to shortages. Accumulators or batteries would soon become scarce. Due to sustainability issues, the increased demand can already be seen in the increased prices for rare earths.

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Commented by Nico Popp on September 10th, 2021 | 10:14 CEST

Daimler, Aztec Minerals, Varta: How growth investments succeed

  • Commodities

New technologies are currently transforming the economy. The triumphant advance of electric cars is a done deal, and even buildings will soon be largely climate-neutral. First and foremost, carmakers, manufacturers of photovoltaic systems and energy storage systems are driving this development. But other beneficiaries are currently receiving little attention from the market. We present three stocks.

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Commented by Nico Popp on August 31st, 2021 | 11:27 CEST

NEL, Enapter, Daimler: Where hydrogen still offers opportunities

  • Hydrogen

And what about hydrogen? CDU/CSU chancellor candidate Armin Laschet not only earned the laughs of Tesla boss Elon Musk when he asked about the appropriate technology for the mobility revolution, but the German media also mocked the CDU chairman. Yet hydrogen as an energy carrier is far from being out of the question, at least for trucks, ships and trains. Hydrogen could also be used as a power source in remote regions. Reason enough to take a closer look at a few stocks.

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Commented by Nico Popp on August 27th, 2021 | 13:36 CEST

LVMH, Diamcor Mining, Daimler: Enduring stocks from the luxury segment

  • Diamonds

Fancy watches, sparkling necklaces or a classy bag - in dreary times, people with money like to enjoy luxury items. Even though the Corona Crisis initially hurt the industry - after all, luxury goods are typically purchased while traveling - the sector is once again on the upswing. Asian customers, in particular, are keen to treat themselves. China's emerging middle class is so large that even large luxury companies are ringing the cash register. We take a look at three shares from the sector.

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Commented by Nico Popp on July 27th, 2021 | 10:20 CEST

NEL, dynaCERT, Daimler: The winners of the mobility revolution

  • Hydrogen

Whether with hydrogen or with battery technology, mobility is transforming. In this article, we discuss where the journey could lead, why established automakers are gaining ground with ambitious plans, and whether there are still innovative solution providers around the mobility of the future that the market has not yet noticed.

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Commented by Nico Popp on July 23rd, 2021 | 10:40 CEST

Daimler, Theta Gold Mines, Barrick Gold: Long-term opportunities lurk here

  • Gold

Raw materials and certain primary products are in short supply. The automotive industry is a good example of this. Here, the post-Corona boom is not picking up speed because necessary semiconductors are not available. In some cases, companies from the automotive sector have already concluded their own contracts with chip manufacturers to lift the emergency. We show whether there are nevertheless winners in the auto industry and explain the developments for which the scarcity of chips and other preliminary products could have a signal effect.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on July 16th, 2021 | 13:22 CEST

Microsoft, Daimler, Mineworx Technologies - Market leaders on the rise!

  • Investments

The claim to market leadership can be made by the Company that can demonstrate the largest market share in comparison with the other market participants. The measure of market share is based either on market volume or market sales in units. Some typical attributions are the market leader in Germany, the European market leader or the world market leader in a relevant product sales market. Of course, market leadership is not indisputable, especially from a subjective point of view. A broader focus is needed to determine who sets the tone.

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