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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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Commented by Stefan Feulner on September 9th, 2021 | 13:33 CEST

NIO, Kodiak Copper, Siemens Energy - Will green policies end in disaster?

  • Copper

Climate change is supposed to move forward quickly. The parties, above all, the Greens around chancellor candidate Annalena Baerbock, are wooing voters with ever shorter targets for CO2 neutrality. However, the construction of wind turbines, electric cars and solar plants requires an enormous amount of metals. There are already signs of a shortage in 2021, which will be even more drastic in the next few years and will seriously undermine the politicians' plans.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on September 1st, 2021 | 12:45 CEST

ThyssenKrupp, Triumph Gold, Siemens Energy - Is the turnaround coming?

  • Gold

Despite galloping inflation, Jerome Powell took away the skepticism of market participants and assured them that an interest rate hike is still a long way off. The markets were delighted and have been rising ever since. But not all companies have seen their share prices rise. It is worth taking a closer look because many companies are fundamentally expensive. So one has to go bargain hunting. Often there are good reasons for lower share prices, but there are also hidden gems that want to be picked up. Today we take a look at three companies whose share prices are not getting off the ground.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on August 3rd, 2021 | 13:41 CEST

Nordex, Silver Viper, Siemens Energy - Watch out for storm warnings!

  • Silver

Since the last flood disaster in Germany, the political pressure for more climate protection has been palpable. The final realization comes late, and at the same time, it is a bit sad what has to happen before lip service turns into new laws. But the pace is now clear: decarbonization and new climate targets will determine global economic activity, and those who pollute the atmosphere will have to accept high payments in the future. In other words, sustainable business is all the more worthwhile because the "cleaners" will be credited for what others pay more. In this way, incentives are created for sustainable business models. We take a closer look.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on July 21st, 2021 | 12:49 CEST

QMines, Varta, Siemens Energy - Who benefits from the copper shortage?

  • Copper

The copper price has moved significantly upwards over the past year. On the one hand, this is due to the increasing demand caused by sustainability topics such as renewable energies, e-mobility and global electrification. On the other hand, the metal has become scarce. Whereas 60 profitable copper projects were launched in 2008, only 36 were established in 2020, and this with declining mining values. In 2015 0.65% copper per ton was still being mined; this value will fall to 0.55% by 2025. Existing large copper mines will also need billions in the coming years to maintain their production levels. These additional costs will be passed on to consumers. Today we highlight three companies that either produce or need copper.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on July 15th, 2021 | 14:46 CEST

Pure Extraction, BallardPower, JinkoSolar, Siemens Energy - The makers of the future!

  • Hydrogen

The most efficient ways to generate energy are being discussed almost daily. With nearly 8 billion people on the planet, we need to put energy-intensive mobility on a viable and sustainable footing. The shift to post-industrial economies and rapid changes in information technologies, for example, have greatly simplified the coordination of work. In terms of jobs, there is potential for greater flexibility and dispersion, according to Eurostat. The relationship between home and workplace is being redefined. Mobility and energy concepts that adapt to the new forms of work and production are therefore in demand.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on July 5th, 2021 | 12:31 CEST

Nel ASA, Royal Helium, Siemens Energy - In the fast lane

  • Helium

Hydrogen can power electric motors, store energy and heat homes with the help of fuel cells. Because of these properties, the most common chemical element in the universe plays a vital role in the energy transition and CO2 neutrality. Shares in hydrogen companies were the stars of the stock market sky last year, alongside electric carmakers. Then came a sharp correction. Currently, most companies have finished their bottoming phase and are turning north again. Do not miss the second chance!

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on June 29th, 2021 | 12:37 CEST

Siemens Energy, QMines, AUTO1 Group - Watch out: invest in the best stock market newcomers!

  • Gold

IPO underpricing measures the difference between the price subscribers have to pay for new issues, i.e. the issue price and the prices then traded on the stock exchange. This phenomenon was first addressed in studies some 50 years ago. In sum, IPO underpricing exists worldwide. However, depending on the market phase, country and market capitalization size, this effect can look very different. It is, therefore, wrong to conclude that every IPO is a success. We separate the wheat from the chaff. Which stock is a clear buy?

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on June 16th, 2021 | 15:03 CEST

SAP, TeamViewer, Siemens Energy, QMines: These are the buy signals!

  • Commodities

A tick higher every day, letting off some steam in between, but then closing at all-time highs again. This is the current stock market trend, which presents itself daily. It continues to be the stock market darlings and large standard stocks that move up. The NASDAQ has done a 4-week ride again, as it has done for the third time in a year. A 1000 point correction is followed by a 1500 point rise to a new high. Those who are not there just watch; even harder it hits the shorties, who again were not allowed to experience a bear market. The miraculous money multiplication thus continues. We look at interesting titles.

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