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Commented by Nico Popp on January 26th, 2022 | 11:01 CET

Bayer, MAS Gold, BASF: 5.7% dividend? These intrinsic values score now!

  • Gold

According to capital market strategist Ulrich Stephan from Deutsche Bank, substantial stocks could have an advantage in the upcoming market phase. The reason: When interest rates rise, the refinancing costs for growth companies increase significantly, as they usually do not write any or few profits. Reason enough to take a closer look at two of the best-known German substance companies and ask whether there are also growth stocks with substance.


Commented by Armin Schulz on January 19th, 2022 | 13:14 CET

Novavax, Meta Materials, BASF - Innovations offer great return opportunities

  • Technology

Companies that provide innovations to solve existing problems are ideal investment targets. Filtering out suitable candidates is the most critical task for an investor. Some products require little explanation. For companies developing advanced technologies, patents can give an indication of the Company's future prospects. In any case, the market that the products can serve should be analyzed. Today, we look at three innovative companies.


Commented by Mario Hose on January 10th, 2022 | 12:02 CET

Trading stocks in focus: Aspermont, BASF, BioNTech

  • Trading

At the beginning of the week, the DAX is currently trading around 0.19% down at 15,939 points and thus remains below the psychological mark of 16,000 points. The MDAX recently traded again below the 35,000 mark at 34,804 points (-0.52%), TexDAX at 3,653 points (-1.50%) and SDAX at 15,936 points with 1.06% in the red. Overall, the indices had given back their initial gains from the start of trading and are trading in negative territory in the morning.


Commented by Stefan Feulner on January 5th, 2022 | 11:10 CET

Avoiding penalties with Bayer, MAS Gold and BASF

  • Gold

According to the "Allianz Global Wealth Report", global financial assets have grown strongly. Private households alone had gross financial assets of over EUR 200 trillion worldwide in the past year, representing an increase of almost 10% compared to the previous year. The reason for the high savings rate was mainly the uncertainty surrounding the Corona pandemic. Now, with punitive interest rates and rising inflation, there are renewed threats to citizens' assets. One way out would be to invest in precious metals and build up long-term equity positions, primarily in the value sector.


Commented by Carsten Mainitz on January 3rd, 2022 | 09:00 CET

Meta Materials, BASF, Nvidia - Win with innovative companies in 2022!

  • metamaterials

The protection of intellectual property through patents is crucial for innovative companies. According to data from the DPMA (German Patent and Trademark Office), patent applications in artificial intelligence have recently risen sharply. Exciting developments are also taking place in materials management. New materials have a high disruptive potential.


Commented by Stefan Feulner on December 29th, 2021 | 10:15 CET

BASF, Meta Materials, Siemens Gamesa - Significant acceleration

  • Technology

The stock market year 2021, an extremely successful one, is almost history. As expected, due to the Corona pandemic, vaccine manufacturers such as BioNTech, Moderna and Valneva are among the new stock market stars. In the technology sector, chip manufacturers such as Nvidia and AMD performed particularly well, boosted by the shortage of semiconductors. Which themes will dominate the coming stock market year? In addition to cloud computing and artificial intelligence, companies focusing on new materials essential for the future are likely to benefit.


Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 21st, 2021 | 13:24 CET

Standard Lithium, Altech Advanced Materials, BASF - The super battery for 2022!

  • Lithium

Whether e-mobility, aircraft technology or renewable energies, virtually all high-tech segments are looking for a suitable energy storage device. The development driver is climate protection, which will put mobility and energy generation and distribution on a new footing in the future. More environmentally friendly battery production processes are required to bring e-mobility to a level of efficiency similar to the most modern diesel technology, as well as a significant increase in performance with a simultaneous extension of service life. After all, what good is it if a vehicle eliminates emissions during operation but creates multiple pollutions during production and disposal of the energy cell? We highlight some of the companies at the heart of the technical revolution.


Commented by Nico Popp on December 16th, 2021 | 10:37 CET

Daimler Truck, dynaCERT, BASF: Hydrogen powers depots

  • Hydrogen

How sustainable is the German economy? As Handelsblatt recently wrote, key figures on climate damage are becoming increasingly important for investors. The newspaper lists all forty DAX companies according to their climate-warming potential. Right at the top are Linde, Volkswagen, Daimler incl. Daimler Truck and also BASF. At the other end of the ranking are SAP, Infineon and - somewhat surprisingly - E.ON. We take a closer look at two climate sinners and explain whether new technology can help these companies move forward.


Commented by Carsten Mainitz on December 10th, 2021 | 11:26 CET

BASF, Kodiak Copper, Salzgitter - Inflation stays longer

  • Copper

For the first time in almost 30 years, the German inflation rate rose above the 5% mark in November. According to an initial estimate by the Federal Statistical Office, goods and services cost 5.2% more than a year earlier. Energy and raw material prices, which have risen sharply, account for a major share of this increase. Given the increased demand for special materials to achieve the energy turnaround, the trend is likely to be confirmed in the coming years.


Commented by Armin Schulz on December 8th, 2021 | 10:34 CET

NIO, Defense Metals, BASF - Trade war with China

  • RareEarths

Didi Global's delisting on the New York Stock Exchange after less than six months of membership shows, on the one hand, the tremendous regulatory fury of the Chinese government, but on the other hand also the tensions between the USA and China. This trade war has been going on since 2018, and even the change in the US presidency has not brought any relief. At least both sides exchanged views in mid-November and do not want a cold war. China has also warned Europe against too much independence. However, since the Corona Crisis, it has become clear how dependent many countries are on China. A rethink is discernible, also because high container costs mean that imports are no longer profitable in some cases. Today we look at three companies that are at least indirectly affected by the trade dispute.