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Commented by André Will-Laudien on March 20th, 2023 | 08:30 CET
The big battery question of 2023: BASF, Altech Advanced Materials, Volkswagen - Who is the fastest?
In recent months it has become clear to investors that the global economy will have to contend with sharp price increases after the pandemic. The greatest inflationary pressure comes from scarce raw materials, especially for high-tech industrial goods. That is because the trend toward climate protection is forcing the industry to make its manufacturing processes more resource-efficient. As a result, this requires major investment in new energy plants and storage systems. Electromobility is still the smaller problem here because how will humanity secure green energy supplies around the globe? The energy hunger of the emerging nations already exceeds the new demand in the industrialized nations by a factor of six. Sophisticated ideas are needed!Read
Commented by Fabian Lorenz on March 15th, 2023 | 10:04 CET
Varta, Plug Power, Altech Advanced Materials: Only one share is currently convincing
In difficult stock market phases, real strength shows. Investors should therefore pay close attention at the moment. There is no doubt that exciting business models are emerging around the energy transition, for example. But who are the winners, and who are the losers? Today we take a look at Varta, Plug Power and Altech Advanced Materials. How are things looking in the supply chain? What is going on operationally, how does it look chart-wise, and what are the prospects? We can reveal that only one share is currently convincing on all three points.Read
Commented by Nico Popp on March 6th, 2023 | 14:10 CET
German industry at a crossroads: Volkswagen, Altech Advanced Materials, BASF
There was often talk of the end of German industry last year. But fortunately, gas supplies did not run out, and many companies showed themselves to be extremely robust in their quarterly figures. Nevertheless, many companies, too, are facing difficult decisions. We look at what is at stake and what this may mean for investors.Read
Commented by Stefan Feulner on March 1st, 2023 | 14:10 CET
Aixtron, Altech Advanced Materials, Sixt - Prospects remain rosy
Despite the continued uncertain environment of the Ukraine war, inflation and rising interest rates, many companies are surprising positively in their full-year 2022 figures. In addition, forecasts are extremely positive despite pessimism regarding the struggling global economy. In terms of innovations, too, the trend is steeply upward. In this context, one German company in particular could rise to become a leading player in battery technology.Read
Commented by Fabian Lorenz on February 9th, 2023 | 19:42 CET
BYD, American Lithium, Altech Advanced Materials: Shares in rally mode
The rally at the beginning of the year on the stock markets has surprised many investors. Among the winners are the shares of BYD, American Lithium, and Altech Advanced Materials AG. All three are already showing significant double-digit price increases after the first few weeks. And the chances are good that the positive developments will continue. That is because they are benefiting from the boom in electric mobility. In the current year, BYD is relying heavily on foreign expansion outside its home market of China. The first vehicles have now been delivered in India. In the future, the Chinese carmaker's batteries could contain lithium from American Lithium. In any case, the Canadian company has published a promising resource estimate, and the IPO of the uranium division may become the next share price driver. Altech Advanced Materials is working on a new generation of batteries with the Fraunhofer Institute. More and more investors are discovering the Altech share. The market capitalization is not high.Read
Commented by Stefan Feulner on December 29th, 2022 | 09:24 CET
Nio, Altech Advanced Materials, Rheinmetall - Still on trend
The prevailing themes from last year will continue to be in vogue in 2023. Due to the political strategy of achieving peace through heavy weapons, the order situation for defense companies should improve even further. In addition, electric carmakers should continue to top the sales figures from the fiscal year ending in 2022. In terms of the efficiency of the battery, which is essential for electromobility, several companies worldwide are fighting for the crown. One German company has two hot irons in the fire.Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on December 16th, 2022 | 08:50 CET
Altech Advanced Materials, BYD, Apple - With this innovation Germany becomes an energy driver
Germany is known for its engineering. With Altech Advanced Materials, a new type of battery is paving its way that trumps all previous storage capacities. Together with Fraunhofer IKTS, the Heidelberg-based company is breaking new ground. BYD is also planning another battery plant, but in the USA. So far, the Chinese carmaker has held back in the consumer market there, preferring to focus on electric buses. But it will soon be adding another EV brand to its international portfolio. Apple will soon have to prepare itself. To comply with competition law, the EU demands that the Cupertino-based company open up its iPhone and iPad systems to other app stores. Find out what this means for sales here.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 1st, 2022 | 13:18 CET
Who builds the best battery? Varta, Altech Advanced Materials, SFC Energy, IBU-tec - The entry is tempting!
Three years ago, the Chinese battery market leader CATL presented its cell-to-pack technology to the world for the first time. A new battery with this design is now said to give e-vehicles a range of 1,000 km and super-fast charging in just 10 minutes. According to CATL, the "Qilin" battery is more powerful than Tesla's 4680 cells. CATL plans to begin mass-producing the new battery in 2023. Whether the promised distance will be achieved, however, depends on the size of the installed battery and the vehicle's aerodynamics. In Europe and North America, research and development is also being carried out at full speed because the market for e-mobility still promises growth of over 30% per annum. What is the current status in Germany?Read
Commented by Stefan Feulner on November 15th, 2022 | 10:13 CET
BYD, Altech Advanced Materials, Nio - New players in the multi-billion market
Electromobility is seen as having no alternative in the transformation of the transport sector. In 2021 alone, the number of new registrations and the market share of battery-powered vehicles more than doubled. In addition to the charging infrastructure, battery efficiency plays a decisive role in the spread of e-cars. However, a German company is poised to become the new standard on the market by developing a novel coating method. With the establishment of a joint venture, the Company is also researching a revolutionary battery technology that works without the critical raw material lithium.Read
Commented by Fabian Lorenz on November 10th, 2022 | 12:26 CET
Plug Power after the horror numbers, and what are Varta and Altech Advanced Materials doing?
Climate change, high gas and oil prices and the dependence on "difficult" energy suppliers: There are many reasons why hydrogen and electromobility are among the undisputed topics of the future. Accordingly, shares from these sectors are popular with investors. Plug Power is one of the favorites. The Americans have disappointed (again) with their latest quarterly figures, but the share price is still rising, and analysts are also positive. Battery specialist Altech Advanced Materials is also currently doing well. The cooperation with Fraunhofer in the field of solid-state batteries is taking shape. Varta, on the other hand, is currently working on bottoming out, but analysts advise selling.Read