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Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 4th, 2023 | 07:30 CET

COP28 Climate Summit in Dubai boosts uranium shares! Cameco, GoviEx Uranium, Siemens Energy and E.ON in focus

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • nuclear
  • renewableenergies

With a raised finger, Chancellor Scholz calls for a global shift away from fossil fuels in Dubai. Climate change remains "the great global challenge of our time". He is thus appealing to the almost 200 countries, which are holding energetic consultations until mid-December, to join in the energy transition formulated in Germany. Specifically, he proposed an agreement on two binding targets that are already consensus among the industrialized countries of the G20: One is to triple the expansion of renewable energy, and the other is to double energy efficiency - both by the year 2030. So far, more than 110 countries have agreed to expand green energy production at this rate. However, there is also the opposing party: around 20 countries want to almost triple their investment in nuclear energy. Where are the winners hiding?

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on August 10th, 2023 | 08:30 CEST

Palantir, First Phosphate, E.ON - A decade of growth

  • Mining
  • phosphate
  • Utilities
  • Software

The climate transition requires significant investments in energy infrastructure, which should benefit companies like the utility provider E.ON well beyond the current decade. Another beneficiary of this transformation are producers of the raw materials needed for the energy transition, for which demand already exceeds scarce supply in some areas.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on May 16th, 2023 | 09:20 CEST

Heat pump, wind power and solar energy, is this the electricity mix of the future? E.ON, Myriad Uranium and ThyssenKrupp in focus

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • nuclear
  • Energy
  • Solar

Germany is rapidly moving away from fossil fuels and has removed nuclear power from its energy mix. This makes us the forerunner of a new-thinking society that wants to switch energy production entirely to renewable sources. But there are a few problems because, by abandoning nuclear power, we are forced to extend the lifetimes of coal and natural gas-fired power plants. From a CO2 point of view, this is madness, and there is another point: the supposedly more environmentally friendly versions of energy production, such as wind or solar power, are not nearly as environmentally friendly as advertised by politicians because of current production practices. We will analyze these aspects objectively and in more detail.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on April 25th, 2023 | 07:40 CEST

Myriad Uranium, E.ON, RWE - What about our energy security?

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • nuclear
  • renewableenergies

Since April 15, 2023, nuclear energy has no longer been produced in Germany. The last 3 power plants were taken off the grid. Only time will tell whether this decision was sensible. At the end of last year, 422 reactors were operating worldwide, and 57 nuclear power plants were under construction, according to the World Nuclear Industry Status Report. Another 62 plants are in the planning stage. Demand for uranium has increased, and the price of uranium has climbed accordingly. Today we look at one uranium company and see what the German utilities are doing.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on April 20th, 2023 | 08:05 CEST

Nuclear Power - No Thanks! E.ON, GoviEx Uranium, BASF - Questionable energy transition made in Berlin

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • nuclear
  • renewableenergies

Renewable energies are in focus! All well and good - Germany is repositioning itself. The focus is to be on hydropower, wind and solar energy. But these energy sources have little baseload capacity because hydroelectric power plants use "cheap" night electricity to pump water uphill, and reliable wind is probably only available offshore and not in the middle of Saxony. That brings us to the sun: On average, in our latitudes, it shines for about 146 hours a month, but in Alicante, it is 349 hours. Of course, large rooftop systems pay off for well-located households and one's e-mobile, but we cannot get a nationwide basic supply going with them. In the supply crisis, Berlin is relying on coal and gas power generation for now, but the much-touted climate neutrality is likely to be postponed to the next millennium. What should investors now keep an eye on?

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on April 18th, 2023 | 08:50 CEST

With the shutdown of nuclear power plants comes the end of nuclear power! Siemens Energy, Defense Metals, Rheinmetall, E.ON - Greentech stocks on the rise

  • Mining
  • RareEarths
  • renewableenergies
  • armaments
  • Electromobility

Now it is done. The German government is implementing the decision from 2011 with a slight delay due to the crisis and is taking the last three remaining nuclear power plants off the grid. Those who expected a blackout were proven wrong, at least over the weekend. Federal Economics Minister Habeck predicts a complete CO2 renewal for Germany and believes that Germany as an industrial location does not need nuclear power to be profitable. He also believes that electricity prices will fall again in the long run. The primary utility E.ON, however, did not hesitate to combine the nuclear phase-out with a hefty increase in electricity prices by about 45%. After all, what is currently easier to sell to end consumers than an imposed price squeeze that they no longer want to carry on their own books? Politically highly questionable, but a good opportunity for Greentech shares.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on March 16th, 2023 | 12:01 CET

E.ON, Smartbroker Holding, Daimler Truck - Optimistic about the future

  • Investments
  • Brokerage

Despite challenging market conditions with high raw material and energy prices, many companies beat analysts' forecasts for the full year 2022 in the slowly fading figures season. There is no question that the current fiscal year is also likely to be shaped by many external uncertainty factors. Nevertheless, many companies are defying the negative conditions and are on the verge of setting new records in 2023.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on March 8th, 2023 | 16:18 CET

Please turn on the power! Myriad Uranium, RWE, E.ON, Uniper, ThyssenKrupp - Renewable energy plus nuclear power is the green future!

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • renewableenergies
  • nuclear

Unfortunately, the green policy from Berlin and Brussels has not been thought through to the end. Because if mobility is to be converted entirely to electricity, it will require significantly more energy than is available today. Land consumption in Germany has increased dramatically as a result of alternative energy generation from wind and solar power. In the medium term, therefore, a further push for these energy sources will lead to a declining standard of living and less nature. Nuclear energy is a discontinued model - apparently only in Germany. It is a good thing that our neighbours France and the Czech Republic are happy to let us connect to their grids. However, this has its price and means the same risk profile for Germany as if the reactors were located here. Which stocks fit into the European energy landscape?

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on November 24th, 2022 | 10:17 CET

Sharp price movements at Uniper and Varta, E.ON and Tocvan Ventures on the launch pad!

  • Mining
  • Commodities
  • Energy

The Federal Network Agency reports this week that German gas reserves will be sufficient for 9 to 10 weeks. According to Adam Riese, this means that without new supplies, a bottleneck would be imminent from mid-February. Gas buyers are still hoping that European partners will support our supplies accordingly. In the winter months, however, they will need a large proportion in their own countries. Therefore, we are entering this winter with question marks, which has now returned with the first snow. In the current environment, some stock movements appear with special movements, for example, the 100% rally of the state-owned company Uniper.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on September 16th, 2022 | 12:52 CEST

German economy is in danger of crashing: E.ON, Globex Mining, Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank in focus

  • Mining
  • Commodities
  • climatechange
  • energycrisis

Germany's free-market decline continues vehemently. After using about 40% of imported gas for electricity in recent years, local utilities now lack real alternatives. Prices are rising dramatically, and gas, in particular, seems to know only one direction - up! The dependence on energy imports and the intended sanctioning is becoming a price driver for local utilities, electricity production and thus the entire economy. As yet, there is little evidence of the benefits of the said climate change; so far, only the cost increases are noticeable. Shareholders should be alert to which areas could soon be affected.

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