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Commented by André Will-Laudien on March 3rd, 2022 | 14:11 CET

Ukraine crisis: ThyssenKrupp, BMW, Almonty Industries - Critical metals soon sold out!

  • tungsten

Day 7 of the invasion: With Putin's invasion of peaceful neighbor Ukraine, world politics has changed ad hoc. With a shocked look at the humanitarian suffering, Western countries are moving closer together, sanctions against the aggressor are being implemented quickly, and military solidarity is beginning to manifest. Now Turkey has also closed the Bosporus and Dardanelles straits to warships. The extreme increase in the price of energy is driving up inflation and causing problems for the mining industry. The shortage is being felt around the world. How are companies coping with this challenging environment? We take a look at some interesting examples.


Commented by Nico Popp on March 1st, 2022 | 10:32 CET

Between war profits and peace dividends: ThyssenKrupp, Memiontec, BP

  • Investments

Since last weekend, the world has been a different place: Germany is pumping EUR 100 billion into a special fund for the German armed forces. In addition, more than the 2% of economic output demanded by the USA for years is to flow into the defense budget in the future. After years of neglecting its own defense, Germany is now back to deterrence. Given the threatening election of Donald Trump as the next US president, such self-help is also urgently needed. We highlight three stocks that are either affected by the Ukraine war or offer a peaceful alternative.


Commented by Nico Popp on February 16th, 2022 | 13:29 CET

Gazprom, Alerio Gold, ThyssenKrupp: Ukraine conflict resolution as a door opener?

  • Gold

At the moment, the world is holding its breath. Not since the end of the Cold War have so many soldiers come together on European soil as is currently the case on the border between Russia and Ukraine. While German Chancellor Olaf Scholz is focusing on diplomacy, Kiev and the Baltic states would like to see more signals of deterrence. We will see which path is the better one or whether, in the end, a combination will once again avert the worst-case scenario. However, the fact is that the threat of war is rattling the markets. We profile three stocks.


Commented by Armin Schulz on February 14th, 2022 | 11:56 CET

ThyssenKrupp, Defense Metals, Mercedes-Benz Group - Is war coming now?

  • RareEarths

The situation around Ukraine is coming to a head. Last Friday, US citizens were called upon to leave Ukraine immediately. US intelligence services suspect that Russia's invasion could be imminent as early as next Wednesday. Stock markets fell in response. But will Russia really start a war? That remains to be seen, but it is clear that war is also an economic engine, despite the suffering it causes. The defense industry needs rare earths, as does the steel and automotive industries. We highlight three companies around rare earths.


Commented by Stefan Feulner on February 11th, 2022 | 12:02 CET

Deutsche Börse, wallstreet:online, ThyssenKrupp - Better than expected

  • Investments

The earnings season is currently at its peak. Munich-based technology giant Siemens significantly exceeded analysts' expectations for sales and operating profit in the first quarter of fiscal 2021/22. The wholesale group Metro was also able to significantly increase sales and earnings thanks to the all-important Christmas business. On the technology stock side, Google parent Alphabet was celebrated. There are good conditions for further rising stock markets.


Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 17th, 2021 | 11:38 CET

TeamViewer, SAP, Osino Resources, ThyssenKrupp - These shares are far too cheap!

  • Gold

Sometimes things do not work out as expected on the stock market. At the beginning of October, the DAX started to sell off, the 200-day line was clearly undercut twice at 14,850 points, and many crash prophets became quite loud again. However, as is so often the case, they were not proven right, as the market reached the 15,700 point mark again at the beginning of December. Of course, 500 points are still missing from the high, but it feels like the overall market is bombproof and probably will not let itself get out of control. Who would have thought it - a full 1000 points reversal, the crash proclaimed by many sides was once again canceled without a sound. We present a few favorable titles.


Commented by André Will-Laudien on November 25th, 2021 | 12:58 CET

Nel ASA, Enapter, Plug Power, ThyssenKrupp - Hydrogen now or never!

  • Hydrogen

It sounds crazy, yet we have arrived at the times when billionaires ask social platforms if they can flog a part of their shares to flush some money into the empty state coffers. In an age of powerful wealth shifts in favor of stock owners, this is perhaps legitimate, or nice, as it is sometimes referred to in the press. But appearances are deceptive. Behind a generally formulated question about whether one should sell shares lies the precise calculation of shifting blame if the announced sale causes a significant price loss. What then happens is a self-fulfilling prophecy with one small difference: the intention to sell was previously legitimized, so to speak, by public vote.


Commented by Stefan Feulner on November 17th, 2021 | 11:13 CET

ThyssenKrupp, Memiontec, Everfuel - Everything is connected

  • Investments

If you take a closer look at the results of the COP26 World Climate Conference in Glasgow, you get the feeling that the world has moved a little closer together in terms of climate protection. However, it is 5 to 12 to reach the 1.5-degree global warming target. The consequences of failure are dramatic. Climate change is leading to less water and poorer water quality. Globally, 2.2 billion people currently lack access to safe drinking water. The rising trend is alarming.


Commented by Nico Popp on November 10th, 2021 | 12:11 CET

ThyssenKrupp, Almonty Industries, Salzgitter: "Green" steel as a growth market

  • Sustainability

It is not without reason that the quarterly figures of steel producers are regarded as a barometer of economic development - after all, steel is used in many industrial products. Whenever companies invest in new capacities, such as buildings or infrastructure, steel is used. A new trend is so-called "green" steel, which does not use coal-fired power in its production and thus saves CO2. It also pays off for customers. After all, the CO2 from purchased raw materials also counts in the carbon footprint. Schaeffler recently secured "green" steel from Swedish startup H2 Green Steel. A sign that sustainability has also reached this sector. We highlight three exciting stocks and do the sustainability check from an investor's perspective.


Commented by Nico Popp on October 14th, 2021 | 13:37 CEST

ThyssenKrupp, Graphano Energy, BYD: The hype returns

  • graphite

Prices are rising and the economy is booming. Supply chains are not yet running smoothly again, meaning that many basic materials are expensive. But the signs for rising raw material prices are also good in the long term: New technology is driving demand, both for entirely new applications such as batteries and for infrastructure. Buildings, bridges, wind turbines - all of these will remain a topic for years to come. We present three stocks that could benefit from these developments.