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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on January 19th, 2023 | 11:24 CET

Nel after the ITM Power shock: Better to bet on BioNTech and Alpina Holdings?

  • Technology
  • Investments

The year 2022 was not the year of growth stocks. Will this change in 2023? The positive start to the current year shows that the chances of this happening are quite good; however, not in the hydrogen sector. The renewed warning from ITM Power is weighing on the entire sector and stoking fears that Nel, Plug Power & Co. will not be able to work off their full order books in 2023 either. That is where a look at other sectors and stocks can pay off. Example: Alpina Holdings from Singapore. The Company is growing at double-digit rates, and its valuation is incredibly low. BioNTech wants to expand further. Goldman Sachs expects strong newsflow from the cancer pipeline in 2023.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on January 19th, 2023 | 11:19 CET

Nel ASA, First Hydrogen, Landi Renzo, Plug Power - Hydrogen: The 2nd row is booming

  • Hydrogen
  • GreenTech
  • climatechange

For climate protection and a secure energy supply, the Western world must become independent of fossil fuels. Hydrogen plays a key role in climate change as a substitute for natural gas, oil, and coal. Despite programs worth billions of euros from politicians and excellent prospects for the future, the largest companies in the hydrogen and fuel sector, such as Nel ASA and Plug Power, are still undergoing a profound correction. In contrast, it is mainly second-tier companies attracting attention that could catch up soon based on their technology.

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Commented by Nico Popp on January 17th, 2023 | 16:30 CET

Blackout warning in the south - here's what's behind it: BASF, Manuka Resources, NEL

  • Mining
  • Vanadium
  • renewableenergies

Last Sunday, operators of power grids in Baden-Württemberg advised people to refrain from unnecessary power consumption from 5 pm onwards because otherwise, energy would have to be imported from abroad. Plans around the mandatory installation of smart electricity meters had previously been made public. This shows that the energy transition is coming - whatever the cost. We look at three shares with a green future at exciting chart points.

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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on January 12th, 2023 | 14:20 CET

Shares ready for takeoff: Nel, Plug Power, BASF, Almonty Industries

  • Mining
  • Tungsten
  • Hydrogen

The New Year rally is on! The Nel share has gained around 20% since New Year's Eve. There was a tailwind from Federal Minister of Economics Robert Habeck, including a major order from Germany. Analysts see further upside potential. This also applies to BASF. A US analyst sees an opportunity for a good 30% price gain for the chemical giant. BASF should benefit from the current sharp decline in gas prices. The agricultural boom is also playing into the DAX company's hands. Almonty Industries wants to benefit even more from the boom in electric mobility in the future. To this end, the Group intends to become one of the leading tungsten producers. The mega-mine in South Korea is scheduled to go into operation in the current year, 2023. Financing by the German KfW has been secured, and analysts see a share price potential of over 100%.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on January 11th, 2023 | 12:56 CET

Hydrogen versus oil and gas in 2023 - Uniper, Saturn Oil + Gas, Nel ASA, Plug Power? The 150% chance!

  • Mining
  • Oil
  • Gas
  • Energy

The example of Uniper shows how quickly a misguided energy policy can backfire. For years, the German government had relied on cheap gas from Russia, even co-financing a brand-new pipeline, but then came the political end. With the Ukraine war, the eastern gas source dried up, and several billion euros invested in destroyed pipelines will never be seen again. Uniper, the biggest gas importer, had to be saved from bankruptcy. In addition to the sharp rise in supply costs, the German citizen now has to bear the additional debt of almost EUR 50 billion for the Uniper bailout. It could not have come at a worse time. Who are the secret winners?

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Commented by Nico Popp on January 9th, 2023 | 17:42 CET

A look at what the hydrogen deal with Norway means: NEL, Volkswagen, dynaCERT

  • Hydrogen
  • fuelcell
  • Technology

Those in the import-export business usually know how to cut a deal in business terms. Sometimes entrepreneurs in this industry are also a bit shady - at least, that is the image attached to them. Now Norway wants to get into the import-export business in a big way. In the next three minutes, we explain what is at stake, why the deal is important for the hydrogen sector and how investors can profit from it.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on January 4th, 2023 | 18:21 CET

Nel ASA, dynaCERT, Plug Power - The future of sustainable energy is now!

  • Hydrogen
  • greenhydrogen
  • Energy

The hydrogen market is an integral part of the energy transition, as hydrogen is a clean alternative to fossil fuels. A wide range of applications are possible with hydrogen. Now that Germany is giving up Russian gas, independence from other gas suppliers is also the goal. Saxony-Anhalt's Chairman of the Conference of Energy Ministers, Armin Willingmann, is therefore calling for the industrial production of green hydrogen. With the expansion of renewable energies, the storage of surplus electricity as green hydrogen is a sensible solution. We, therefore, take a look at three companies that have developed their products around hydrogen.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 28th, 2022 | 08:12 CET

Goodbye Tesla shares - Now bet on the hydrogen rally 2023: Plug Power, First Hydrogen, Nel, Ballard Power

  • Hydrogen
  • GreenTech
  • greenhydrogen

Tesla is experiencing a continued decline in demand in China. According to internal plans, the assembly lines at the production site in Shanghai will be at a standstill for almost two weeks in January. The US electric carmaker plans to produce at its main factory at the beginning of 2023 only, from January 3 to 19. Around the Chinese New Year, Tesla will stop the assembly lines. Tesla did not give an official reason for the surprising break. The Company, founded by Elon Musk, has yet to respond to press requests to comment on the production cuts after Christmas. The share has now lost 40% in 4 weeks and continues to go down unchecked. Last Saturday, Tesla had already largely stopped production in Shanghai for the rest of the year. The prospects for electric car makers are clearly darkening, and we look to alternatives such as hydrogen.

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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on December 27th, 2022 | 06:07 CET

Excitement at BASF, Nel ASA, Meta Materials: Shares for 2023

  • metamaterials
  • Innovations
  • Digitization

After a difficult 2022, investors are looking ahead to the coming year. In 2023, it will be important to pick the right stocks again because there will be winners - despite the war in Ukraine, high inflation and rising interest rates. At the same time, the price rockets of the old year are rarely also those of the new year. As is well known, BASF shares have struggled in 2022. If energy prices continue to ease, the high dividend yield, among other things, will entice investors. Also, there is news in the electromobility megamarket. There is no question that hydrogen offers huge opportunities worldwide. But companies like Nel and Plug Power must finally wake up faster and reduce losses. At Nel ASA, a sell recommendation weighed on the share price at the end of the year. Hot stock Meta Materials has already multiplied sales in the first 3 quarters of 2022, and the chances are good that the positive trend will continue in 2023. Then the Meta Materials share should also take off.

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Commented by Nico Popp on December 14th, 2022 | 11:58 CET

Hydrogen: Where things get tight, where opportunities lurk - NEL, First Hydrogen, Amazon

  • Hydrogen
  • Investments

Hydrogen is picking up speed! In northern Germany, the first hydrogen trains recently went into regular service. At the same time, decision-makers from Spain, France and Portugal are working with the EU on a hydrogen pipeline from Barcelona to Marseille. From 2030, green hydrogen should also flow indirectly through this pipeline to Germany. We present companies that could benefit and are already setting the course for tomorrow.

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