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Commented by Stefan Feulner on December 16th, 2021 | 11:42 CET

Formycon, CoinAnalyst, Aixtron - Buy the dip

  • crypto

As an investor, who would not wish to buy stocks after a major setback at their lowest point and then go straight back to the top with them? The "buy the dip" strategy is mainly heard from self-appointed gurus from the crypto scene. But beware. Although major setbacks have recently emerged as lucrative buying opportunities in the highly volatile segment, Bitcoin & Co. are threatened with another slide to an even lower level.


Commented by Carsten Mainitz on December 1st, 2021 | 10:44 CET

Defense Metals, Aixtron, TUI - Winners or losers?

  • RareEarths

Supply chain problems have hit many industries hard in the wake of the Corona pandemic. Essential parts and components were missing, and as a result, production lines at automotive manufacturers, among others, came to a standstill. In addition, raw materials and components such as chips have become much more expensive. Now, in the wake of the new wave of the pandemic, there are signs that the situation will worsen. Who are the winners, and who are the losers?


Commented by Stefan Feulner on November 25th, 2021 | 13:42 CET

XPeng, Meta Materials, Aixtron - Welcome to the Metaverse

  • Technology

Sound fundamental analysis is essential to be successful in the stock market in the long term; at least, this was the basic rule before the Reddit hype about GameStop & Co. The news that Facebook wants to reinvent itself under the name "Meta" prompted investors to buy shares in the Company of the same name. The Company is quite promising and has great potential in the long term due to the development of new materials for 5G, photovoltaics and consumer electronics. From our side, "Congratulations, dear Meta shareholders."


Commented by André Will-Laudien on September 6th, 2021 | 13:17 CEST

Tencent, Alibaba, Kainantu Resources, Aixtron - Asia on the rise!

  • Gold

The international supremacy of the USA is closely linked to the status of the US dollar as the world's reserve currency. However, the United States has turned the debt wheel too far and weakened itself through unwise policies. Outdated power interests and isolationism hinder economic dynamism, and they undermine well thought-out trade strategies. Asia has relied on modern infrastructure for decades, and not just at home. Public infrastructure in the US is dilapidated to the level of the last millennium. The new Silk Road and the takeover of international seaports and airports have recently given China a crystal-clear lead. That is why the Silk Road does not end in New York but Europe.


Commented by Stefan Feulner on July 30th, 2021 | 13:28 CEST

Aixtron, Defense Metals, Nordex - Strong growth

  • RareEarths

The global economic recovery and rising investment in more climate-friendly energy infrastructure are driving higher commodity prices amid supply chain disruptions. Shortages of industrial metals, which are urgently needed for climate change, are likely to materialize further in the coming years. The swelling trade conflict between the USA and China will exacerbate this significantly. There is a threat of massive bottlenecks in production and sharply rising prices for the respective materials.


Commented by Carsten Mainitz on July 27th, 2021 | 11:47 CEST

Vonovia, Barsele Minerals, Aixtron - That will move the prices!

  • Commodities

Takeovers can move share prices. That is true for the acquisition of entire companies as well as for individual divisions or projects. Often the prices of the buyer and the takeover candidate react positively. But even if takeovers fail, it is no big deal because there are usually alternatives. These three shares are currently in an exciting phase. Which value has the greatest potential?


Commented by Carsten Mainitz on June 15th, 2021 | 11:29 CEST

Aixtron, Aspermont, LPKF - Starting signal for further price gains

  • Investments

The general conditions on the capital markets remain positive in the short-term perspective. An excess of liquidity, government aid and support programs, and progress in combating the pandemic means that critical factors such as the massive rise in inflation are fading into the background. When things are going well, they go well. So why not bet on stocks in the uptrend that have recently delivered excellent news and with which investors can undoubtedly outperform the market? We present three promising stocks. Who is winning the race?


Commented by Stefan Feulner on June 14th, 2021 | 08:02 CEST

Aixtron, Silver Viper, NIO - Bright prospects

  • Silver

The ongoing green technology revolution, driven by the exponential growth of alternatively powered vehicles and continued investment in solar energy, will further accelerate global industrial demand for silver over the next decade. Battery production for electric car use alone will require approximately 20,554 tons of silver by 2030 - bright prospects for silver companies. Yet, development is just at the beginning of a new cycle.


Commented by Carsten Mainitz on June 2nd, 2021 | 11:34 CEST

Infineon, Defense Metals, Aixtron - It is getting tight!

  • RareEarths

Supply bottlenecks in various industries, e.g. wood, metals, semiconductors or chips (see Infineon and Aixtron in this article), are causing prices to skyrocket. Whether only a short-term phenomenon, it remains to be seen. One area that is heading for ever-increasing demand with manageable supply is "rare earths." Particularly for producers or prospective producers or exploration companies, such as Defense Metals, this should pay off in the medium term.


Commented by Stefan Feulner on May 2nd, 2021 | 18:54 CEST

Aixtron, SunMirror, Everfuel - Emergency braking for electric mobility!

  • Commodities

The chip shortage triggered by the blow-up of supply chains due to the Corona lockdowns is hitting the automotive industry with full force at the moment. Daimler has already had to put thousands of employees on short-time work at its plants in Rastatt and Bremen. The situation is similar at VW and even at the Korean carmaker Hyundai. The procurement of the necessary raw materials, caused by the increased demand due to the energy transition, will also be a considerable challenge in the future, not only for the electric car industry.