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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on May 25th, 2023 | 07:40 CEST
Caution with TUI and Varta! Smartbroker Holding with 85% price potential!
At around EUR 6, the TUI share is trading at an all-time low. Is now the time to buy into the tourism group? One analyst warns against it and believes the share price could fall by a third. Caution is also advised with Varta. The former German battery hopeful is fighting for survival. Analysts halve the price target and recommend selling the share. And the shareholders' association SdK is also sounding the alarm. A total loss cannot be ruled out. Instead of catching a falling knife, focusing on shares in an upward trend, such as Smartbroker Holding, is worthwhile. The share is one of the current year's high flyers, and analysts believe further price increases of over 80% are possible. Thanks to the new app, EBITDA could increase more than tenfold.Read
Commented by Stefan Feulner on May 23rd, 2023 | 08:30 CEST
Analysts euphoric - Varta, First Phosphate, Freyr Battery
Battery technology has made significant progress in recent years. Companies are investing heavily in research and development to create batteries with a more extended range, faster charging time and longer life. However, with the growing interest in electric vehicles, the demand for raw materials such as lithium, cobalt, nickel and phosphate is increasing enormously. The existing supply is already reaching its limits due to the high demand. Profiteers are the producers of the scarce goods.Read
Commented by Armin Schulz on May 22nd, 2023 | 09:30 CEST
Varta, Altech Advanced Materials, Volkswagen - The battle for the battery of the future
The energy transition will not succeed without batteries, and electromobility cannot be implemented without them either. South Korea plans to invest USD 15 billion in the development of solid-state batteries for electric vehicles by 2030 in order to secure a long-term competitive advantage in the global market for electric vehicles. China is already the pioneer in electric cars and batteries for these vehicles. Experts in the American automotive industry fear a dependence on China for batteries and their raw materials. Since the automotive industry has embraced electromobility and the energy transition is being pushed forward faster, the field of battery development has become tremendously important. Therefore, today we will look at three companies dealing with this issue.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on May 18th, 2023 | 09:55 CEST
Attention in the battery sector: Varta in sellout, Mercedes, Power Nickel and IBU-tec with good prospects!
What a debacle for Varta! While many manufacturers worldwide are looking for clean battery solutions, things continue to go downhill for the company in Ellwangen. The linchpin of mobile electrification is the development of a super battery. The conventional battery market is dominated by the Chinese group CATL with a 38% share, followed by BYD. But there are also many smaller technology companies in Germany, such as Altech Advanced Materials and IBU-Tec, that are getting involved in the battery market. We go in search of sector highlights.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on May 15th, 2023 | 07:50 CEST
Correction in Greentech shares Varta and Nordex - Manuka Resources becomes a gamechanger
The goals of the climate protectionists are being delayed. With the Building Energy Act unlikely to arrive until 2025, the construction of the Tesla Gigafactory in Brandenburg will also be further delayed. Tesla has determined that the 300 hectares of factory space officially approved in 2022 is not quite enough. However, the latest planning for 400 hectares is meeting with resistance, especially from environmental groups. The municipalities are accused of planning chaos and failure to comply with environmental regulations. The climate-neutral future requires tremendous efforts because time is pressing. The stock market also seems to have run too far on many issues and urgently needs a break from its permanent upward trend. Pay attention to the following stocks.Read
Commented by Armin Schulz on May 5th, 2023 | 08:30 CEST
Mercedes-Benz, Canadian North Resources, Varta - Shortage of battery resources
Electromobility and the energy transition are essential to creating a more sustainable future. However, we need raw materials such as copper, nickel, cobalt and lithium to achieve these goals. These resources are an obstacle for many companies. Therefore, car companies are trying to secure access to these scarce resources to secure supplies for their production. In some cases, they are even developing their own batteries. The best example is Volkswagen, which wants to build 6 battery factories in Europe. So today, we look at Mercedes-Benz, analyze a possible supplier with Canadian North Resources and conclude with Varta, Germany's largest battery manufacturer.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on May 2nd, 2023 | 08:50 CEST
Nuclear off, secure energy now! Altech Advanced Materials, Varta and BYD - Up 700 % and no end in sight?
The nuclear reactors are now off! As though there was enough energy far and wide, the Berlin government ensemble decided to phase out nuclear energy. The reaction of the electricity suppliers followed immediately. On Monday, April 17, E.ON raised its electricity prices by 43%. Meanwhile, the coalition government cannot be deterred from suggesting to citizens that electricity prices will decrease in the long term. It will now be difficult for private households to behave in a climate-friendly way and still be able to consume. There are plenty of solutions for battery storage, but what is affordable and reliable? We take a look at an industry with a future.Read
Commented by Stefan Feulner on April 28th, 2023 | 08:30 CEST
Price-moving news at Nel ASA, Power Nickel and Varta
The first-quarter earnings season is currently at its peak. In addition to RWE, which doubled its quarterly profit, Deutsche Bank also reported further growth in profit. Surprisingly strong results were also reported from the second tier. As a result, there are interesting opportunities to enter the market, especially for stocks still lagging behind.Read
Commented by Nico Popp on April 27th, 2023 | 08:50 CEST
The batteries of the future: Varta, Altech Advanced Materials, Volkswagen
Affordable e-cars that offer all the comforts and safety - even though many car industry commercials already sound like this, the reality is quite different. E-cars are still expensive, and the charging process forces travellers to take a mandatory break that is more or less relaxing, depending on their schedule. But technology is advancing. Batteries will soon be able to do much more than they do today. We introduce three companies that want to drive innovation.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on April 26th, 2023 | 07:50 CEST
Tesla, BYD and Volkswagen are all looking for the perfect battery. First Phosphate, BASF and Varta in focus
The battery is becoming the linchpin of e-mobility. As the batteries age, their performance diminishes, which will soon affect this technology's first buyers. Although there are fewer wearing parts on an electric vehicle than on a conventional combustion engine, the battery is one of the most expensive components. Therefore, its replacement is anything but cheap. Meanwhile, big manufacturers like Tesla, BYD and VW are working on the ultimate battery with increased power and range. Volkswagen is investing EUR 10 billion in a new gigafactory near Valencia. The sector is betting on the new mobility, and the industry is adapting accordingly. Which shares have their noses in the wind?Read