Close menu




VOLKSWAGEN AG VZO O.N.

Photo credits: pixabay.com

Commented by Nico Popp on December 9th, 2021 | 05:01 CET

Rock Tech Lithium, Noram Lithium, Volkswagen: The highflyers of tomorrow

  • Lithium

Today, batteries for electric cars are still primarily imported from Asia. But soon, most batteries manufactured in Germany should also come from Germany. A number of factories are already under construction in Salzgitter, Göttingen, Erfurt, Kaiserslautern and Grünheide. All these production sites are united by the need for lithium. No wonder that this critical element is becoming increasingly expensive. Shares in lithium companies, therefore, offer opportunities.

Read

Commented by Stefan Feulner on December 6th, 2021 | 11:41 CET

NIO, Nevada Copper, Volkswagen - Business is booming

  • Copper

It is hard to imagine climate change without electromobility. The shift from combustion engines to battery-powered vehicles promises bright growth prospects for the automotive lobby. Despite the rosy outlook, a problem is emerging, one that has been known for years and is likely to become even greater in the future - the shortage of raw materials. Above all, the sharp rise in prices for essential metals is expected to eat into the margins of the automotive industry.

Read

Commented by Nico Popp on November 15th, 2021 | 13:11 CET

Volkswagen, Graphano Energy, Varta: Graphite as the new e-car hype?

  • Electromobility

The mobility revolution is turning the economy upside down. Where steel and components for classic transmissions once dominated, the future raw materials, such as lithium, rare earths and graphite, are now being used. We highlight the tidal shift in the automotive industry and present companies that could benefit from it.

Read

Commented by Carsten Mainitz on November 9th, 2021 | 11:14 CET

Covestro, First Hydrogen, Volkswagen - Win with hydrogen!

  • Hydrogen

The UN Climate Change Conference COP26 is in Glasgow until November 12 and is crucial for political climate protection measures in the coming years. The targets have already been put down on paper in black and white. Net Zero Emissions are to be achieved by the middle of the century. Fuel cell and hydrogen drives are essential prerequisites for achieving this Net Zero vision. Various companies have interesting opportunities to enter the market in the context of strategic alliances.

Read

Commented by Nico Popp on November 1st, 2021 | 14:12 CET

BYD, BrainChip, Volkswagen: Insider tip on the megatrend of autonomous driving

  • Technology

German city centers are regularly congested and overcrowded. One of the reasons for city crowding is thousands of cars parked in the morning only to sit around all day. Given the price per square meter in big cities, that seems pretty inefficient. The fact that electric cars are often only economically and environmentally viable after many thousands of kilometers also suggests that they should be used differently today. Autonomous driving could be the key to mobility that gives people more space in the city, avoids traffic jams and even lowers the cost of mobility. We outline three exciting titles around the topic.

Read

Commented by Stefan Feulner on October 13th, 2021 | 12:19 CEST

XPeng, Central African Gold, Volkswagen - It will not work without metals

  • Gold

Decarbonization is the magic word when it comes to achieving the ever-tighter climate targets. The phase-out of coal and the move away from fossil fuels, oil and natural gas is a done deal. However, considerable quantities of copper, lithium, cobalt and nickel are needed to ensure the energy turnaround, whether for electromobility, solar or wind technology. A limited supply is already matching the enormous demand. A stalling of ambitious plans is already preprogrammed.

Read

Commented by Nico Popp on October 6th, 2021 | 11:13 CEST

JinkoSolar, Silver Viper, Volkswagen: The time is ripe

  • Silver

Observers call silver the precious metal of the energy transition. Why? Silver is in solar plants, sensors for wind turbines, electric cars and infrastructure for 5G. The latter mobile communications standard is needed to make many devices smart and is thus also a mosaic of the energy transition. We present three stocks that are directly or indirectly related to silver.

Read

Commented by Stefan Feulner on October 1st, 2021 | 11:33 CEST

Volkswagen, Royal Dutch Shell, Enapter, Nordex - Green investment opportunities

  • Hydrogen

The climate targets formulated are ambitious. According to the Paris Climate Agreement, Germany has committed itself to work with the international community to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees. According to current research, this would only be possible if the Federal Republic became climate-neutral by 2035. Unfortunately, the reality is sobering. For example, in the first 3 quarters of 2021, the share of renewable energies in electricity consumption fell to just 43%. Policymakers must act and rely on the pioneering spirit of young companies.

Read

Commented by Nico Popp on September 17th, 2021 | 13:43 CEST

NEL, dynaCERT, Volkswagen: Where hydrogen has not yet been written off

  • Hydrogen

Will hydrogen become a climate saver in homes? Or will it revolutionize the propulsion technology of ships and trucks? Even if hydrogen has lost some of its fantasy in recent months, the energy carrier is still on the agenda of many inventors and engineers. We introduce three companies that are - sometimes more and sometimes less - involved with hydrogen.

Read

Commented by Carsten Mainitz on September 13th, 2021 | 12:55 CEST

Almonty Industries, Infineon, VW - This is just the teaser - What is next?

  • Tungsten

From A for antimony to V for vanadium, the European Union's list of critical raw materials now includes 30 materials, including lithium, cobalt, rare earths and tungsten. These raw materials are characterized by low availability and high economic importance. Many key European industries rely on these raw materials, such as the automotive, steel, aerospace, IT, healthcare, or renewable energy sectors. Demand is increasingly being driven by new products and technologies such as electromobility, digitalization and the energy transition. The supply cannot keep up with this. Bottlenecks are emerging, which, among other things, are leading to higher prices for the critical raw materials and posing major challenges for demand-side industries. How can investors position themselves successfully?

Read