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Commented by André Will-Laudien on September 9th, 2021 | 12:49 CEST

Royal Dutch Shell, Saturn Oil + Gas, Steinhoff: From 17 to 51 - Triples sought!

  • Oil

Investing in shares consists of striving for a return on the capital invested. In recent months, there have been many stocks that have increased tenfold in price. However, only few investors had persevered. If one lowers one's targets somewhat and still maintains a reasonable profit expectation, even a threefold increase could bring great joy. We take a look at three stocks that stand at just under 17 today and calmly consider whether a 51 could be possible. Impossible, you say - Possible, we say!

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on September 6th, 2021 | 13:40 CEST

Steinhoff, Saturn Oil + Gas, NIO - Spectacular transformation

  • Oil

A lot happened in the global capital markets last week. In addition to the OPEC+ meeting, where it was decided to turn on the oil taps further, disappointing labor market data again determined the direction of stock prices. Several second-line stocks, likely to face serious revaluations due to strong quarterly figures or new corporate developments, caused a furor. Position yourself now!

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on August 30th, 2021 | 11:22 CEST

Huge opportunities at Steinhoff, Saturn Oil + Gas, MorphoSys

  • Oil

The second-quarter reporting season is drawing to a close and was exceptionally strong. Earnings estimates had already been raised in the run-up to the quarter and were even exceeded again due to the economic recovery following the disastrous Corona year 2020. Looking at the forecasts of most companies for the full year, these were also raised. As a result, some stocks are facing a revaluation that the broader market has yet to realize.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on August 25th, 2021 | 11:40 CEST

Nel ASA, dynaCERT, Steinhoff - Boost for the portfolio with turnaround candidates

  • Hydrogen

As the saying goes, the profit is in the purchase, but it is often not easy to determine the "bottom" on the stock market. Many factors need to be taken into account. First, there is the corporate sector and its sentiment. Is there fantasy? Is the market in trend? Then one should look at the fundamentals. Is there debt? Is the company making money? What is the sales growth, and what are the forecasts? After that, one can look at the varying analyst opinions and set up one's own rating system that awards points for different aspects. Using this checklist, one can quickly determine whether a company is attractive. In every portfolio there should be standard stocks, which make up the majority of the portfolio. A small part of the portfolio can be invested in speculative stocks, as they offer significant profits that can give the portfolio a boost. Today we take a closer look at three of these turnaround candidates.

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Commented by Nico Popp on August 24th, 2021 | 12:46 CEST

Gazprom, Central African Gold, Steinhoff: Dynamic opportunities arise here

  • Gold

In July, German consumer prices rose by 3.8%, the highest rate in almost thirty years. The Deutsche Bundesbank expects inflation to climb to around 5% this year. Such a devaluation of capital naturally puts savers under pressure. In addition to the conservative to speculative investments in commodities, which often rise in step with inflation, some investors are also considering speculative gambler stocks. We present three shares and assess their suitability as inflation investments.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on August 13th, 2021 | 11:39 CEST

Steinhoff, Kodiak Copper, NIO - At the beginning of the trend

  • Copper

Rising inflation is making living more expensive. The culprit for the increase - in Germany, consumer prices rose by 3.8% in July compared to the same month last year - is increasingly expensive raw materials. In addition to agricultural commodities such as corn and wheat, metals in particular, which are urgently needed for the energy transition, are going through the roof. There is no end in sight to the price increase here; economists are already talking about a supercycle lasting years.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on August 2nd, 2021 | 13:41 CEST

Triumph Gold, Steinhoff, Meyer Burger- Pennystock power for the portfolio!

  • Gold

It is unmistakable that we are at the beginning of high inflation. Even if the central banks want to make us believe that this is only a temporary phenomenon and not that bad - it is bad. Investors can protect their assets by investing in tangible assets such as shares, real estate or precious metals. For those who want a more speculative admixture, the following three stocks are attractive. Who is the outperformer?

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Commented by Nico Popp on July 30th, 2021 | 10:12 CEST

CureVac, Desert Gold, Steinhoff: Here, gamblers get their money's worth

  • Gold

Where can speculative investors still find returns today? Are they bankruptcy candidates? Companies deeply entangled in legal disputes? Or fallen angels? Or are they small companies with a clear vision and experience in growth projects? We do the check and present three stocks.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on July 19th, 2021 | 10:48 CEST

Steinhoff, Silver Viper, Nordex - To all the savers: Save your money!

  • Silver

Consumer prices in the USA rose to a whopping 5.4% in June. That is the highest increase since 2008. The Federal Reserve is challenged but continues to keep its feet still and continues with the ultra-loose monetary policy since, in their opinion, it is only a temporary loss of purchasing power of the US dollar. The European Central Bank is now following suit with its change in strategy, opening the door for further demonetization. Protect your assets and invest in precious metals for the long term.

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Commented by Nico Popp on July 15th, 2021 | 10:55 CEST

Newmont, Troilus Gold, Steinhoff: How much substance is needed?

  • Gold

Rising prices, ever higher national debts - many people are shifting parts of their savings into gold because of this. At first glance, that sounds plausible. Gold has retained its value over thousands of years and has outlasted states and monetary systems. But investors should not just assume the worst. While physical gold paired with silver is a good alternative in the biggest crisis, bars and coins show weakness when things don't end up quite so bad. If only a little inflation threatens and states and governments continue to muddle through in cooperation with central banks, physical holdings are not the best idea. It is here where shares in gold companies can score points. We explain how this works with two examples. Finally, we reject blunt gambling.

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