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Commented by André Will-Laudien on August 24th, 2022 | 12:16 CEST
Sellout completely exaggerated! Lufthansa, TUI, MAS Gold - Shares, 100 times cheaper than Plug Power!
Rising commodity prices have recently pushed inflation in Europe above 8% and caused equities worldwide to fall into sellout mode. With ongoing geo-conflicts, economic forecasts for global growth are now becoming even gloomier. The travel market is suffering from high prices and ongoing staffing shortages. A war-torn environment is also not really an appetizer for exciting long-haul travel. Hopes are therefore pinned on a near end to the war in Ukraine and subsequent normalization of our daily lives. Which stocks could then benefit very quickly?Read
Commented by Armin Schulz on August 22nd, 2022 | 11:18 CEST
Mobility is a basic need in modern civilization. If people are not mobile, social life suffers. If problems arise, as is currently the case at airports, the long-planned annual vacation is sometimes on the line. There are also problems with motorized means of transport due to the lack of chips. In addition, the internal combustion engine is to be replaced. Which drive will finally prevail in the coming years is still not clear. Electric or hydrogen? The latter, in particular, is experiencing a new hype and is catching up. We take a look at three mobility-related stocks.Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on August 11th, 2022 | 12:28 CEST
The tourism industry has suffered losses in recent years due to the pandemic. Be it staff shortages like at Lufthansa and at the airports, with the resulting chaos of cancelled flights and passengers waiting for hours at check-in. This volatility is reflected in the shares. On the other hand, the growth of Pathfinder Ventures, a Canadian company specializing in campgrounds for RVs in the most beautiful places under the maple flag, is developing pleasantly positively. Pathfinder Ventures is upgrading its facilities and expanding by buying up more sites that are already well-attended. We look at the details.Read
Commented by Nico Popp on August 8th, 2022 | 11:53 CEST
Ground staff at German airports are getting more pay, which solves a problem for Lufthansa and Co. But the personnel shortage remains. The really big opportunities are above the atmosphere anyway. In space, not only are the problems of our time being researched but solutions to pressing problems are also being developed. Unlike air travel, the competition is manageable. We explain how you can invest in aerospace.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on August 4th, 2022 | 10:50 CEST
Turnaround: TUI, Pathfinder Ventures, Lufthansa, Carnival - Shares for the Corona travel Summer of 2022
It is exciting this summer! Can one really get out of Germany by plane? Lufthansa had recently significantly increased its program but then cancelled over 2,000 flights. Baggage and security handling is bursting at the seams, and those frustrated with the train will have to plan a few more hours to arrive with the 9 Euro ticket. The Corona pandemic has completely disrupted the travel market, there is a shortage of staff everywhere, and now a strike by the pilots' union is looming. We are looking for opportunities for investors.Read
Commented by Nico Popp on July 28th, 2022 | 12:27 CEST
Summertime is travel time. But what happens when, as is currently the case, almost everything around the most beautiful days of the year goes wrong? The current ground staff strike organized by the trade union ver.di is causing flight cancellations. For many travelers, this is tantamount to missing out on their annual vacation. Added to this are Corona, summer flu and the general staff shortages. We look at three tourism stocks and do an investment check for you.Read
Commented by Stefan Feulner on July 27th, 2022 | 10:37 CEST
Currently, most investors are on edge. The uncertainties on a geopolitical and economic level are increasing - a never-ending conflict in Ukraine, fears of an impending global recession and inflation data at record levels. In addition, the next wave of the Corona pandemic is supposedly just around the corner. Nevertheless, after the sharp correction of the past months, there are interesting entry opportunities at discounted levels.Read
Commented by Armin Schulz on July 15th, 2022 | 14:31 CEST
The sun is shining, an increasing number of German states are starting school vacations, and despite a summer corona wave, travel is finally possible again. After a 2 year Corona break, the desire to travel is greater than it has been for a long time. The shares of companies that make their living from tourism should profit from this. But at the moment, the mood is rather gloomy. On the one hand, there is inflation, which forces people to save, but if you have enough money to travel, there can still be complications at the airport. Today we look at three companies that make a living from tourism and see which stock has the greatest potential.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on July 4th, 2022 | 12:25 CEST
Attention, turnaround! Lufthansa, TUI, Desert Gold, Deutsche Bank: These stocks are taking off again!
From several perspectives, the ongoing crisis is a mammoth task for asset managers and private investors. First, after the long uptrend and the absolute boom valuation of growth stocks from 2015 to 2022, no one knows when a sufficiently high discount has been reached to re-enter. Some stocks, such as Plug Power, are very forward-looking and dependent on government contracts. Here there have already been sales valuations of a factor of 200. So is a P/S ratio of currently 12 after an almost 80% share price loss cheap or still hopelessly overpriced? We do not know because the ongoing war sets new market parameters daily. The major indices will therefore continue to search for a valuation basis in a very volatile manner. We pick out a few selected opportunities.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on June 24th, 2022 | 11:19 CEST
The travel market has changed dramatically since 2019 in light of the Corona pandemic. Due to the most extensive pandemic standstill in 2020, the capacities for flights, rail traffic and accommodation were adjusted downwards dramatically. Major cost reductions occurred primarily through de-occupancy and staff reductions. Travel companies cut their basic capacity utilization with partners to such an extent that many smaller operations had to pull out of the race, and large corporations could only survive with extensive state aid. Now, however, the situation has turned 180 degrees and demand for travel is exploding. However, this time it seems difficult to ramp up the reduced capacities in line with demand. We look at the opportunities of three typical industry players.Read