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Commented by André Will-Laudien on July 21st, 2022 | 11:17 CEST
Turnaround stocks: BASF, Aspermont, TUI, Deutsche Bank - Breakout with significant momentum?
The recent bear market seems to be slowing somewhat. In addition to a good market technique, there are more and more indications that a gas delivery by Russia will likely take place after all. But one can never be sure about this topic. Too much East-West propaganda stands in the way of truthful reporting, and both sides of the conflict use every available news item for their own purposes. In any case, the stock market had to react after a strong technical oversell yesterday. It went up by 3% in just 30 minutes, led by the scolded BASF. TUI and Deutsche Bank also got some air under their wings again. Where do we go from here?Read
Commented by Armin Schulz on July 18th, 2022 | 15:06 CEST
BASF, Meta Materials, Nordex - Shares under pressure, but with positive prospects
These are currently rough times on the stock market. Almost all segments are under pressure, and even investments with long-term prospects are trading at significant discounts. In many areas, the fear of a recession is great, but on the other hand, inflation is eating up money. Gold currently offers no protection against inflation and is looking for its bottom. So really, only stocks remain as an investment. It is important to find companies that will do good business in the future, even if the current situation does not look rosy. Nobody knows where the bottom will be formed, but you can start to build up first positions. Today we have picked out three stocks to build on in the long term.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on July 14th, 2022 | 12:43 CEST
Attention: BASF, Viva Gold, ThyssenKrupp - Stocks with good turnaround opportunities!
In view of continuing high inflation data, investors worldwide are looking for stability, which is currently difficult to find due to increasing geopolitical tensions. Strongly fluctuating stock and crypto prices are the daily companions. Even the real estate markets are affected by the sharp rise in interest rates in recent months, especially in the commercial sector. The bond market has already had its first sell-off, and bond prices have even trended upward again recently. The energy policy with Russia, an important supplier, appears to be decisive for the continuation of the economy. Should the gas tap be turned off, Central Europe will have a serious problem. We highlight a few anomalies from the equity sector.Read
Commented by Nico Popp on July 12th, 2022 | 14:09 CEST
Waiting is not an option! BioNTech, MAS Gold, BASF
Inflation is rising and rising. In construction, inflation has already reached almost 20%. Even in everyday life, double-digit inflation rates are not far away. At the same time, infection figures are rising, and it is still uncertain whether gas will flow through Nord Stream 1 again in the coming weeks. Given this mixed situation, many investors are asking how they should invest. Because one thing is clear: waiting is not an option - the real return on many asset classes is clearly negative. We take a look at three stocks and check their future prospects.Read
Commented by Stefan Feulner on July 11th, 2022 | 15:33 CEST
Easing at BioNTech and BASF, and Almonty Industries with a clear signal
Concerns about the onset of a global recession are increasing dramatically, as shown by the economic data published last week. As a result, almost all asset classes corrected, and the fluctuation range increased enormously. In addition to the stock markets, which have been in a correction for months, crypto and precious metals prices also fell sharply. Even the oil price, which has been booming due to the Russian sanctions, was dragged down. At current levels, however, attractive, anti-cyclical entry opportunities are emerging.Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on July 8th, 2022 | 20:19 CEST
BASF, Amazon, Barsele Minerals - Crisis-proof investments
Some treasures in Europe and neighboring countries offer real pearls of return for investors. A look at the Scandinavian north is worth its weight in gold and can bring calm to the portfolio. BASF has also earned some calm - the chemical giant warns of a bumpy second half and is actively reshaping its energy supply. While tech stocks continue to lose ground, Amazon can rejoice: with Prime Day coming soon, 200 million subscribers in 21 countries will be encouraged to buy bargains. What is worthwhile now as an investment for which risk awareness?Read
Commented by Carsten Mainitz on July 7th, 2022 | 14:25 CEST
Barrick Gold, MAS Gold, BASF - Turnaround in sight?
Despite Western sanctions, Russia is able to earn more money with its raw material deposits than before the war in Ukraine, which it instigated in violation of international law. This is not likely to please the Western world. They are already thinking about further spiraling sanctions. In the future, Western countries will be prohibited from buying Russian gold. That will likely lead to an artificial supply shortage - good prospects for gold stocks.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on July 5th, 2022 | 11:25 CEST
Climate shares: BASF, Erin Ventures, Nordex, BYD - The stuff dreams are made of!
Germany and Europe will have to dress warmly for the coming winter because a stable energy supply seems to be more than endangered from today's perspective. Private households are probably largely at the mercy of this scenario, while the major industrial locations have been working on alternative backup concepts for several months. Battery technology should also be further promoted for local energy storage. An important material for the accumulators is boron, similarly necessary as lithium, but apparently, only few know this. We highlight some interesting aspects for investors.Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on June 30th, 2022 | 11:39 CEST
Almonty Industries, Plug Power, BASF - Energy becomes the most valuable asset
Europe is at a crossroads: The energy supply crisis is hitting Germany particularly hard due to its dependence on Russian gas. Alternatives must be found as quickly as possible. In Belgium, a hydrogen plant is being built to make one of the largest industrial ports more CO2-neutral - Plug Power is the development sponsor. BASF is already feeling the gas loss and is changing its strategy. Investors are fleeing the stock despite an 8% dividend. And electric top dog South Korea is also building on economic independence. A metal for nuclear energy is of particular value here - and so is Almonty Industries.Read
Commented by Carsten Mainitz on June 29th, 2022 | 10:06 CEST
BASF, Globex Mining, Barrick Gold - Stock pickers, beware!
Price increases, inflation, rising interest rates and geopolitical risks - As an investor, one can get nervous. Despite all the challenges and uncertainties, depressed stock price levels offer an inviting risk-reward ratio. The big picture continues to favour commodity investments. Potential is not only to be found in the top dogs. Looking at the second tier is often more rewarding than one might think.Read