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Commented by Stefan Feulner on April 20th, 2022 | 12:57 CEST

BP, Saturn Oil + Gas, Deutsche Rohstoff - Continued clear dependence

  • Oil
  • Gas

We can spin it any way we want and make further ambitious plans for a faster transition from fossil fuels to renewables. Still, currently, the global economy is dependent on oil and natural gas. And this is likely to remain the case in the near future, as seen from the significant rises in Brent and WTI crude oil. The primary beneficiaries of this trend - JPMorgan declared a supercycle for oil as early as June 2020 - are undoubtedly the producers of the black gold.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on January 28th, 2022 | 09:55 CET

Nvidia, Diamcor, BP - Buy where demand is huge

  • Diamonds

Despite a softening Bitcoin price, the situation on the graphics card market remains tense. Getting a card at the MSRP is almost impossible. Prices are falling slightly, but a rise in cryptocurrencies is enough to make prices rise again. Diamond prices have also been climbing since March 2020 and are well above pre-Corona levels. Diamonds are a girl's best friend is just as true today as it was in the 1950s. The oil price also presents itself strongly. The barrel of Brent is quoted for the first time again above USD 90. Many experts have proclaimed USD 100 as a goal. How can investors profit from this demand? We present three companies today.

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Commented by Nico Popp on January 21st, 2022 | 14:10 CET

Airbus, Kleos Space, BP: Experience this space visionary live!

  • Space

Space. Infinite expanses. And almost endless potential for investors. Ever since the super-rich of this earth, such as Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos, have been striving for orbit, space has also been considered a lucrative investment target by investors. To feel weightless as an investor, there are various options between standard and emerging hot stocks. We highlight three titles.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on January 17th, 2022 | 13:22 CET

Barrick Gold, Barsele Minerals, BP - Commodities are a sleeping giant

  • Gold

For gold investors, 2021 was a very dull year. After breaking out to USD 2,075 in 2020, the commodity corrected and fluctuated between USD 1,600 and USD 1,900 in 2021. Medially, gold was displaced by bitcoin, and so there are many stocks in the gold sector, some of which are significantly undervalued. Oil has a similar fate. Due to climate protection, oil gets the image of a polluter, while a modern industrial society is still not possible without it. The major oil companies are no longer investing in the development of new deposits in order to improve their climate footprint. However, demand continues to rise and will remain high in the coming years. We take a look at three commodity companies from the two sectors.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on January 13th, 2022 | 12:45 CET

TeamViewer, Saturn Oil + Gas, BP - Target price USD 100

  • Oil

Oil prices continue to rise. A barrel of Brent currently costs USD 84.32 and is thus on the verge of breaking through a double top formation from the highs of 2018 and 2021. A breakout would generate a fresh buy signal, the target range of which already lies beyond the USD 100 mark. Underpinned by an easing of the Corona situation and an unexpected onset of winter in the US, a new 10-year high at USD 122.88 could even beckon. The primary beneficiaries of this inflationary development are once again the oil producers.

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Commented by Mario Hose on January 12th, 2022 | 13:17 CET

Energy stocks after oil price rise: BP, Saturn Oil + Gas, Shell

  • Energy

The price of energy continues to be the focus of the public and investors in the new year. The price of WTI crude oil reached a new high for the year on Wednesday at almost USD 82.00 per barrel. Brent crude is currently trading at over USD 84.00 per barrel. Also, the price of Natural Gas of February 2022 contracts has increased today by 4.73% to 4.45 USD. The development in the commodity market also usually reflects in the balance sheets of producers.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 8th, 2021 | 11:48 CET

Royal Dutch, Saturn Oil + Gas, BP: The best oil stocks for 2022!

  • Oil

At the beginning of the Corona pandemic in 2020, the OPEC+ alliance had cut daily production by around 9.7 million barrels. This managed to support oil prices, which had fallen below USD 40 due to the slump in the global economy. In the meantime, the oil tap has been gradually turned back on to moderate the rise in oil prices. The production cut is currently being lifted by 400,000 barrels per month. The cartel is currently supplying about 27 million barrels to the market, which is significantly less than before the pandemic. The current 12% price collapse in November came as quite a surprise to OPEC. However, experts believe that in 2022 there will again be an increased demand for oil. We analyze the most interesting producers.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on November 29th, 2021 | 10:06 CET

Saturn Oil + Gas, BP, Gazprom - Buy when the guns are thundering?

  • Oil

The possible impact of a new Corona variant led to significant declines in the stock markets at the end of last week. The German benchmark index lost around 1000 points within just 2 weeks. Oil and gas stocks have been hit particularly hard in recent days. The oil price lost last on a single day 11-12%. The development thus prices in, among other things, travel restrictions, lockdowns and a cooling of the economy. The tapping of strategic oil reserves, which US President Biden recently announced, plays a psychological role in the big picture in supply and demand. Much more exciting is what OPEC will soon say about its production plans. Where are the opportunities now?

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on November 8th, 2021 | 11:28 CET

Deutsche Rohstoff, Saturn Oil + Gas, BP - Rise to hysteria

  • Oil

Energy prices in Germany continue to rise, driving inflation beyond the 4% mark. Heating oil alone increased in price by around 80% within a year. However, there is no end in sight to the rise. The supply bottleneck and immense demand are likely to push oil prices above the psychological USD 100 mark in the next few years. Analysts at JPMorgan even see a new supercycle approaching the world and renewed their forecast to an oil price of USD 190 in 2025.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on November 3rd, 2021 | 12:49 CET

Royal Dutch, BP, Saturn Oil + Gas: OPEC sends oil to 100 dollars!

  • Oil

The oil rally continues! In October, the Brent and WTI grades recorded an increase of around 10%. Market observers justified the friendly month with the good mood on the stock markets. The risk appetite returned due to the turn of the markets at the beginning of October. More volatile asset classes such as commodities benefited from this. Time and again, reference is also made to fuel reserves in China, which had recently fallen sharply. The world's second-largest economy could now buy more on the oil market to strategically replenish its reserves. Tension is rising in the oil market. Which stocks can benefit in this environment?

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