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Commented by André Will-Laudien on May 20th, 2022 | 10:31 CEST

Energy shares: Plug Power, Saturn Oil + Gas, Nordex, Siemens Energy: The race for our future

  • Oil
  • GreenTech

With a view to the future energy supply, big question marks remain, especially in Europe. Dependence on Russia remains a permanent topic in government debates. Commission President Ursula von der Leyen presented a plan to break away from fossil fuels from Russia and accelerate the energy transition. In order to become self-sufficient, the European Union will have to invest nearly EUR 300 billion by 2030, according to the EU Commission. Investors are currently focusing very strongly on this future topic. Which stocks hold the greatest opportunities?

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on May 10th, 2022 | 11:54 CEST

GreenTech stocks are on the rise! Buy now: BASF, Meta Materials, Nordex, Siemens Energy

  • GreenTech
  • Technology
  • Investments

The distortions on the capital markets can hardly be topped at the moment. The nickel price has risen by 300%, only to drop by 70% again. And all this in only 48 hours. There are countless examples in the current stock market environment that are historically unparalleled. In just 2 months, the Bund Future fell from 178 to 151, a loss of 16% in the 10-year Bund. In parallel, the capital market interest rate rose from minus 0.45% to a whopping plus 1.15%. So interest rates are back, inflation is spreading, and supply deficits continue to fuel the underlying stagflation scenario! One major trend should bounce back after the end of the many corrections: GreenTech! Here is a selection of interesting stocks.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on March 11th, 2022 | 11:19 CET

Rheinmetall, Triumph Gold, Siemens Energy - Safe havens despite the crisis?

  • Gold
  • armaments
  • renewableenergies

The Ukraine crisis finally broke the camel's back. Previously, neither the announcement of interest rate hikes nor galloping inflation could move the stock markets to a proper correction. With the beginning of the Russia attack on Ukraine, the indices have lost significant value. Mutual economic embargoes weaken each other, and in the end, the consumer will pay the bill. But as in every crisis, there are winners. Weapons manufacturers are suddenly booming, the price of gold has soared, and renewable energies are being given extra support to ensure independence from Russian energy imports. Today, we look at one company from each of the three sectors.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on March 7th, 2022 | 12:48 CET

Attention: Nordex, Siemens Energy, Memiontec, Siemens - Out of the crisis with GreenTech!

  • GreenTech

Renewable energies promise lower and more stable energy prices in the medium term and greater independence from oil and gas from abroad. Accordingly, the current developments could lead to a further intensification of efforts for the energy turnaround in Europe. The armed conflicts between important raw material suppliers expose the risks of historical dependencies. For an energy importer like Germany, ongoing sanctions can pose a serious supply threat. Currently, the government may even be called upon to reduce levy-induced additional costs on fuels and postpone the phase-out of nuclear energy. In this mixed situation, GreenTech manufacturers will experience a real boost. We show which values are interesting.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on January 26th, 2022 | 10:07 CET

Siemens Energy, Nordex, Noram Lithium, Standard Lithium - After the crash, new hype ahead?

  • Lithium

Climate change is one of the greatest challenges of our time. In order to jointly achieve the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement, a reduction of CO2 emissions in the transport sector is necessary. A significant contribution is being generated in the shift to e-mobility. Manufacturers in Europe and Asia are countering the industry leader Tesla with high double-digit billion sums for research and development. With 350,000 electric vehicles sold in Germany, 2021 will be a new record year for the industry. In 2022, experts estimate that there will be 450,000 plus hybrids. However, the green plans of the traffic light government require 1.6 million electric vehicles per year. Where are the opportunities lurking for climate-oriented investors?

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on January 11th, 2022 | 12:03 CET

Gazprom, Memiontec, E.ON, Siemens Energy - Water is the oil of tomorrow!

  • Investments

In the mind of current politics, the world of tomorrow is supposed to get by without oil and petroleum products. Modern fuels with fewer emissions and the abandonment of plastic packaging could reduce the amount of oil and plastic products needed. But with this line of thinking, all countries would have to act in unison and put the petrochemical industry on the sidelines. Whether this will result in less plastic ending up in the Pacific remains questionable, but we are already experiencing one effect: a noticeable increase in the price of all energy and utility services. Green policies are nice, but they slow down economic performance considerably. Who will benefit from the long-term policy choices?

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 7th, 2021 | 10:51 CET

E.ON, Memiontec, Nordex, Siemens Energy - Well supplied with water, wind and sun!

  • Technology

Utility stocks led a shadowy existence for a long time. Too little sexy, too little growth! But with the political closing of ranks in Glasgow, the tide has turned worldwide in favor of climate investments. Again, it is about the old discussions on coal and a nuclear phase-out in exchange for the further expansion of renewable energies such as water, wind and sun. However, there are already 30,000 wind turbines in Germany with a combined capacity of 56 gigawatts and another 60 gigawatts of installed photovoltaic peak capacity, which already replaces a good 80 nuclear power plants - if the wind blows constantly and the sun shines properly. Who else can grow in this environment?

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on November 30th, 2021 | 12:12 CET

Varta, Manganese X Energy, Nordex, Siemens Energy: This could be a crash à la Tesla!

  • Electromobility

Climate protection, green energy & mobility and digital infrastructure were the hype topics of the bull market year 2021. Price developments like in the current year were last seen during the 2000 tech bubble. Higher, bigger, faster, further - the Olympic concert consistently brought double- to triple-digit price gains until the US Thanksgiving, some shares from the hydrogen sector even managed the magic 1000% hurdle. Now, however, inflation rates have risen sharply in parallel, and the virus, which had fallen into the background, is suddenly on everyone's lips again in a highly contagious variant called Omicron. How the stock markets will deal with this issue remains to be seen. We take a look at well-known protagonists from the green energy sector.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on November 23rd, 2021 | 13:02 CET

BYD, Noram Lithium, Siemens Energy - Door to door with Elon

  • Lithium

Business in the electric car industry is booming, and development is fueled by the even tighter targets set by politicians at the recent World Climate Conference in Glasgow. The transformation away from coal, oil and natural gas to battery-powered vehicles is creating an enormous demand for raw materials over the next few years. In addition to copper, which due to its nature, is existential for climate change, lithium for electricity storage is a crucial element for the future of battery-powered automobiles.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on October 6th, 2021 | 13:25 CEST

Siemens Energy, Memiontec, Bayer - GreenTech is making the rounds!

  • GreenTech

For many people, water is as valuable as gold. Most of the water on our planet, more than 97%, is saltwater. And humans and animals cannot drink that because salt extracts water from the body, you would inevitably dehydrate. Freshwater is distributed unevenly on earth because it is predominantly found in forests and high mountains, and corresponding rainfall is the order of the day. The little freshwater there would be enough for all people - if it were evenly distributed on earth. Developing countries often lack the money to build sewage treatment plants to purify dirty or bacteria-contaminated water. Worldwide, about 4,000 children die every day because they drink contaminated water and become very sick. A reason to act as soon as possible!

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