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Commented by Stefan Feulner on January 11th, 2022 | 11:20 CET

Steinhoff, Aspermont, Bayer - Crazy speed

  • Digitization

In terms of digitization, Germany lags light years behind other countries. Most of the big Internet success stories were written in the USA with Facebook, Google, Amazon and Apple. Yet new developments are coming faster and faster, and the digital transformation continues unabated. Down Under, the next success story is currently being built: The transformation of a venerable publishing house into a digital media company. The next big step is on the horizon, which should bring great potential for investors with the help of new shareholders. But the story is still in its infancy.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on January 10th, 2022 | 11:56 CET

Steinhoff, Almonty Industries, MorphoSys - Closer and closer to the goal

  • tungsten

Will the crisis-ridden international retail group Steinhoff have a happy ending after all? Now that the settlement is likely to be successfully put to bed at the end of January, the highly indebted company's survival is at stake, and it is now striving to gold-plate its well-performing subsidiaries. At Almonty Industries, on the other hand, the signs are pointing to growth. The mega project in South Korea will make the Company one of the most important players in the production of raw materials for the energy transition, with significant upside potential.

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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on January 4th, 2022 | 07:19 CET

Steinhoff, TeamViewer, CoinSmart: With hope and despair into the new year!

  • crypto

Hope and despair can exist close to each other. The same is true for the stock market. In the case of Steinhoff, there have been positive reports in recent months. It seems that the German-South African group can be saved after all. Accordingly, the share has multiplied. The security of CoinSmart is still far away from this. But there are good reasons why the price of the crypto platform could rise this year. There was certainly despair among one or the other shareholder of TeamViewer in 2021. The Company has forward-looking software but has squandered a lot of trust. Read more here.

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Commented by Nico Popp on January 3rd, 2022 | 09:08 CET

Highflyers of the year sought: Alibaba, Osino Resources, Steinhoff

  • Gold

The time between the years has a special magic: We come to rest and, after relaxing with the family, find the time to start thinking strategically about life planning and investing. But how does one successfully put these thoughts into practice? We present three stocks that investors could focus on with 2022 in mind and discuss whether investments are a good or a bad idea.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on January 3rd, 2022 | 08:56 CET

Alerio Gold, Steinhoff, Windeln.de - Get rich with penny stocks or Tesla?

  • Gold

Elon Musk currently has a calculated net worth of about USD 280 billion, which has increased by about 80% in 2021 alone. When it comes to capital assets, this makes him the wealthiest person in the world. In 2021, he sold about 15.6 million Tesla shares with an equivalent value of USD 16.4 billion. The situation is hugely bizarre from several angles. For one, Musk had put the tax-motivated sale of shares in the electric carmaker to a vote on the Twitter platform in early November. The majority of users favored a sale in support of empty state coffers. What was interesting about this event was the reaction of the Tesla share because, after a brief dip, it went to new highs despite the continued sales of the major shareholder. This oddity was certainly a historical marker of the stock market year 2021.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on December 30th, 2021 | 11:48 CET

TeamViewer, wallstreet:online, Steinhoff - A lot of movement!

  • Investments

Even though the German benchmark index took it easy in the last trading days of the year, there have been some sharp fluctuations in recent months. We look at three stocks that have seen a lot of movement in these last months. Trend reversal or trend continuation? That is the crucial question.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on December 29th, 2021 | 07:43 CET

Steinhoff, Troilus Gold, Agnico Eagle - The final sprint is underway

  • Gold

The DAX, which was almost unstoppable before the Christmas holidays, is making a final sprint in the last days of the old stock market year. Investors' hopes for milder developments in the highly contagious omicron variant are pushing the stock market barometer close to the psychologically important mark of 16,000 points. What will happen next year? Many market participants already see a stronger correction ahead, and others assume new highs due to the continued cheap money. Opinions are also divided on precious metals.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on December 23rd, 2021 | 13:13 CET

S&T, Prospect Ridge Resources, Steinhoff - A lot of movement!

  • Gold

What moves prices on the stock markets, and what causes the players to act? A large, colorful bouquet of factors and interrelationships means that things often turn out differently than expected. Company valuations, business performance, chart technology, the overarching sector, and economic outlook, including interest rates, sometimes come up against greed and panic. An exciting look at three stocks where a lot is happening.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on December 22nd, 2021 | 10:26 CET

Steinhoff, Alerio Gold, TUI - Cheap does not have to be cheap

  • Gold

Everyone is probably familiar with the situation where you have bought something cheaply and are annoyed afterward that you did not invest a little more money because repairs are constantly needed or similar difficulties arise. So cheap can become expensive in the long run. Shares below EUR 10 usually seem reasonable, but this conclusion can be deceptive. Even expensive stocks are not automatically better. Whether a security has potential can only be judged after reviewing the fundamental data, the news situation, and the industry analysis of a company. A chart analysis at the end often gives an interested investor an accurate picture of whether a stock is actually lucrative. Today, we take a close look at three inexpensive stocks in this regard.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on December 17th, 2021 | 12:58 CET

Steinhoff, MAS Gold, Barrick Gold - What is next?

  • Gold

The monetary guardians in the US, England and the eurozone have met. While the Bank of England could even surprise with an interest rate hike of 0.25%, the Federal Reserve announced a faster withdrawal from the bond-buying program and held out the prospect of up to three interest rate hikes next year. The ECB's hands are tied in the fight against rising inflation. The pandemic emergency purchase program PEPP expires in March of next year; otherwise, the monetary policy remains, arguably forced, ultra-loose.

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