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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on October 29th, 2021 | 13:39 CEST

Kleos Space, Lufthansa, TeamViewer - Exciting developments!

  • Space

The capital market thrives on diversity. The stock market trades in the future and is never a one-way street. The pendulum - as painful as it sometimes is - swings in both directions. Corporate growth is just as much fuel for share prices as euphoria and panic. The following companies have seen a lot of action in the recent past. Who will perform best by the end of the year?

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on October 15th, 2021 | 13:39 CEST

Newmont Corp, Triumph Gold, Lufthansa, TUI - Dramatic turnaround in the course!

  • Gold

Gold and silver are turning in significantly, Lufthansa and TUI have gone through with their large capital increases - what is next here? Even if the major indices experienced a strong correction in October yesterday, there was a dramatic turnaround in several respects. Volatility as a fluctuation indicator even came back so strongly in the last few days that it fell below the threshold of 20 again. This indicator shows that the need for hedging is probably dwindling, i.e. the interest of the investment community tends to be directed upwards again. But inflation can still put a spoke in the party's wheel - but that would again be a buying argument for the precious metals! We direct our view on some turnaround candidates.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on September 27th, 2021 | 12:52 CEST

Central African Gold, TUI, Lufthansa - Attention, these were the lows!

  • Gold

The upward movement at the stock exchanges is very advanced because, in the last years, the higher valuation of the shares (and real estate) was funded by cheap money from the central banks. Now, however, inflation shows up in the statistics, for Europe officially a plus of 3,8%. This inflation rate, by its measuring method, corresponds little to reality. It is generally known, the actual price markup in the relevant goods might already lie beyond the 5% mark. One thinks here only of the exploding gasoline prices, the bread roll at the baker or the restaurant attendance after the reopening. Precious metals could be a tried and tested means of achieving real purchasing power protection. Let us do the math.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on September 23rd, 2021 | 10:37 CEST

SFC Energy, Meta Materials, Lufthansa - Aiming high

  • Technology

"After the game is before the game". This soccer wisdom from coaching legend Sepp Herberger, who led Germany to its first World Cup title in 1954, can also be applied to business. The wheel continues to turn, with some companies already back to pre-Corona levels and others struggling with global supply chains. And the future around new technologies in terms of consumer electronics, aerospace or 5G communications promises breakthrough inventions.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on September 2nd, 2021 | 10:52 CEST

Siemens, Barsele Minerals, Lufthansa - Shares to take off

  • Gold

The stock indices continue to be on the rise. Disappointing labor market data and rising infection figures due to the Delta variant make possible interest rate hikes and an end to the bond-buying program by central banks a distant prospect. The ultra-loose monetary policy with further stimulus measures by the FED is thus likely to be continued and opens the door for further bullishness on the stock market.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on August 20th, 2021 | 13:28 CEST

TUI, Troilus Gold, Lufthansa - The golden summer of travel!

  • Gold

The "Second Summer with Corona" has seen a resurgence in international travel, even though not all corners of the globe have returned to pre-pandemic levels. At least, however, the lockdowns have largely disappeared, restaurants are open again, and cultural life is gradually returning. The travel industry is experiencing this period in different ways. For example, first, there were problems with the allotments due to many hotel bankruptcies, but then these were increased at short notice and ultimately, special promotions had to be called to sell them off. In the end, price increases could not be implemented. People's travel behavior is changing in the long term, as is society as a whole. The travel industry is, therefore, seemingly only at the beginning of a far-reaching structural change.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on July 2nd, 2021 | 12:15 CEST

Freenet, Almonty Industries, Lufthansa - Setbacks offer entry opportunities

  • Tungsten

The stock markets have been on the rise for a long time, undoubtedly due to the loose monetary policy and the resulting inflation. Nevertheless, there is no hype as before the bursting of the dot-com bubble. Back then, people subscribed to Infineon and did not even know what the Company was doing. Despite Corona, the markets are higher than before the crisis, and the good news continues. In July, US President Biden is expected to launch his USD 1.2 trillion infrastructure package. Originally, more was planned. But this money will ultimately increase the corporate profits of the subsidized industries. The only important thing for investors is not to buy stocks at the high but to wait for consolidations to get in. That way, one increases the profit potential, and the stop loss is much smaller. Today we look at three companies that have recently suffered a setback.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on June 30th, 2021 | 14:03 CEST

TUI, Lufthansa, Silver Viper - The doubling opportunities for 2022!

  • Silver

Things are about to get really exciting once again. The travel season is in full swing, hotel occupancy rates are rising, and airlines are enjoying high occupancy rates. But how long will the catch-up effects last? The constraints are still burdensome. Travelers who have previously stayed in high-incidence or virus variant areas must carry a negative test certificate with them when they enter the country and, if a carrier is used, present the proof for the purpose of transport. That does not make travel so easygoing. The first countries are already appearing on the Robert Koch Institute's blacklist again: Portugal and Great Britain. In the autumn, when the temperatures tumble again, this can become a problem.

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Commented by Nico Popp on June 4th, 2021 | 08:11 CEST

Lufthansa, Almonty Industries, Volkswagen VZ: Fresh starts and takeover fantasies

  • Tungsten

It starts again. More and more companies are leaving the crisis behind. Restaurants are full even with mandatory testing, carmakers are picking up where they left off before the crisis, and airlines are once again enjoying more vacationers and business travelers. With the economy making a comeback, certain companies are in particular focus. Others reveal great opportunities only at a second glance. We present three stocks.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on May 28th, 2021 | 10:44 CEST

Airbus, Lufthansa, TUI, Silver Viper - Here we go!

  • Silver

In the third wave of the Corona pandemic, hope is now growing that life is returning to a new normal for ordinary citizens. If this is the correct decision criterion, the daily incidence figures are falling briskly, and public life seems to be gradually becoming possible again. Airbus, Lufthansa and TUI are showing the first signs of economic relief. Reason for us to research a few things in more detail.

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