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Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 10th, 2021 | 12:12 CET

Steinhoff, Desert Gold, China Evergrande, Wirecard - The penny stock rockets for 2022!

  • Pennystocks

Penny stocks are not only cheap; there are usually also solid reasons why a value has been sold out or has been quoted low. In the case of Australian stocks, a low par value and the issuance of a great many shares are the natural reason for zero comma listings. Canadian explorers also have this quirk, but they often make their share volume more manageable by rolling it back. Investors can only get a concrete indication of "expensive or cheap" by studying the circumstances or closely examining the fundamentals of the Company. Wirecard was once valued at EUR 25 billion. However, after the insolvency announcement, the stock market now realizes that even if some payment licenses are liquidated, there will be nothing left for shareholders. We take a look at three selected stocks.

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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on December 9th, 2021 | 06:11 CET

Steinhoff, HelloFresh, Aspermont: From flop to top

  • Digitization
  • Aspermont
  • Steinhoff
  • HelloFresh
  • technology
  • fintech

The stock markets continue to be very nervous. The German leading DAX index could not do anything with the good guidance from the US and was slightly in the red. Among the striking shares are the papers of HelloFresh. The cooking box mail-order Company disappointed investors and analysts with its forecast for 2022. The situation is quite different at Aspermont. The preliminary figures were convincing, and analysts see considerable share price potential due to the entry into the FinTech business. In contrast, Steinhoff shares remain a plaything for gamblers. Although there seems to be light at the end of the tunnel, legacy issues have the ailing retail Group and its stock in their grip.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on December 2nd, 2021 | 12:11 CET

Steinhoff, Triumph Gold, JinkoSolar - On a knife-edge

  • Gold

The DAX was on the verge of falling below the 15,000 point mark, which had been successfully tested several times, and the nerves of traders and asset managers were put to the test concerning an impending sell-off in the leading index. Then the market turned around, and the chart picture brightened considerably. Chances for a conciliatory end of the year are still there, partly because on the part of science, at least a little confidence was spread concerning the omicron variant.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on November 26th, 2021 | 13:09 CET

Steinhoff, Defense Metals, Deutsche Bank - Good news

  • RareEarths

So now it has been presented, the new coalition agreement of the traffic light coalition, consisting of the SPD, FDP and the Greens. Besides the connoisseurs of cannabis, which is to be legalized in Germany, the banking and insurance industry should also be satisfied with the drafting. In addition, one focus of the alliance is on transformation in terms of the energy transition. The plan sounds optimistic, but implementation will be all the more difficult.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on October 29th, 2021 | 11:25 CEST

Steinhoff, Triumph Gold, TUI - Which stock will jump first?

  • Gold

Inflation is in full swing, and it isn't easy to protect yourself and your money from it. Real estate in Germany is often far too expensive, and as a small investor, such an investment is out of the question. Gold has always been used to protect against inflation, but even there, you can only buy anonymously for less than EUR 2,000. Otherwise, the identity must be deposited. Government bonds no longer yield interest, so the only option left is stocks. As an investor, one is always on the lookout for securities that have upside potential. That is where shares with an interesting story or turnaround candidates come in. We analyze three companies today.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on October 19th, 2021 | 13:06 CEST

Steinhoff International, Osino Resources, Nordex - Best conditions

  • Gold

Despite concerns about a possible real estate crash in China as well as continued high inflation and investors' fears of demonetization, global indices pushed up again last week and are preparing for another assault on new all-time highs. In addition, strong business figures for the third quarter from the US supported the stock market barometers. The DAX also started the number season with good guidance from the software giant SAP.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on October 6th, 2021 | 10:26 CEST

Steinhoff, MAS Gold, Infineon - The sleeping giant

  • Gold

Rising inflation, historically high government debt, and central banks continue to open the money floodgates and keep interest rates at zero. One would think gold should be more in demand than ever due to the general data. But the precious metal has remained in a deep sleep since its highs of last year. The situation resembles that of about 5 years ago. Back then, the gold sentiment was poor, and interest in gold mining stocks was low until the precious yellow metal put in a performance of just under 30% in the subsequent 6 months. Incidentally, the gold mining index XAU exploded by around 180% in the same period.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on September 22nd, 2021 | 13:33 CEST

Steinhoff, Silver Viper, BYD - Buy when the guns are thundering!

  • Silver

Right now, it is not an easy time for silver fans. After Reddit traders joined forces at the beginning of the year and shot the precious metal not "to the moon", but at least to a high of USD 30.06 per ounce, a sharp correction started, which has led to around USD 22 as of today. Technically, there is still room to go down. Still, from a fundamental perspective, silver is a clear long-term buy because the white metal can support in crisis and is also crucial for producing renewable energy.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on September 17th, 2021 | 10:41 CEST

Steinhoff, Tembo Gold, Nikola - Strong rebound potential

  • Gold

Which investor does not dream of investing in a stock anticyclically during strong price setbacks to earn disproportionately from the rebound? But the anticyclical investment strategy, in which one bets against the broad mass, is associated with considerable risks. Because of this, one should analyze the object of one's desire carefully to see the reasons for the rapid sell-off. Are they self-inflicted problems, as was best observed in the Wirecard example, or is the impulse coming from outside.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on September 15th, 2021 | 13:04 CEST

Steinhoff, Sierra Grande Minerals, Barrick Gold - Played into the cards

  • Gold

The latest inflation data in the world's largest economy, the USA, plays into the central bank's strategy cards. After 5.4% in the previous month, the inflation rate weakened moderately to 5.3% in August, breaking the trend that had been rising for months for the first time. The FED, which sees the hype in the inflation curve as temporary due to the recovery after the Corona Crisis, thus feels vindicated and continues its ultra-loose monetary policy with bond purchases of USD 120 billion per month in favor of growth.

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