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Commented by Nico Popp on April 3rd, 2023 | 15:59 CEST
Range of up to 2,000 km - Hydrogen comeback? Volkswagen, dynaCERT, NEL
Car manufacturers like Volkswagen apply for a whole series of patents every year. Many of them never become relevant. A few months ago, however, Volkswagen and a partner company filed a hydrogen patent that is quite something. There is talk of a fuel cell that, thanks to a ceramic membrane, is more efficient and enables ranges of up to 2,000 km for one tankful. Will the patent bring about the hydrogen revolution in private transport? We analyse the situation and look at three listed companies.Read
Commented by Fabian Lorenz on March 29th, 2023 | 07:50 CEST
Nel ASA and Varta continue to decline: dynaCERT convinces analysts during an on-site visit
Being active in a market of the future is no guarantee for success. Shareholders of Varta had to painfully realize this in recent months. The German battery group has indeed reached an agreement with banks on restructuring. However, there can be no talk of a liberating blow. According to analysts, the share could continue to slide. Experts are also somewhat cautious about Nel ASA. The hydrogen specialist's chart does not look rosy either. In contrast, dynaCERT could be due for a revaluation in the current year. Experts believe the Greentech company has set the course for a commercial breakthrough in 2023.Read
Commented by Nico Popp on March 22nd, 2023 | 10:42 CET
Subsidies beckon, shareholders profit: Volkswagen, NEL, First Hydrogen
Money from the state comes in handy for many companies. This is especially true when the challenges are great, and the capital requirements are immense. For large industrial companies, subsidies have always been part of the package. Just recently, Volkswagen, for example, picked up money in South Carolina. We explain in which industries there is also something "to be had" for shareholders.Read
Commented by Stefan Feulner on March 13th, 2023 | 13:04 CET
Nel ASA, dynaCERT, Enapter - Future green hydrogen
With the announcement of the Inflation Reduction Act and the Green Deal Industrial plan of the European Union, politicians worldwide are pumping money into the development of green energies. As a flexible and easily transportable energy carrier, green hydrogen is seen as a key element to transform industry and transport. Of course, the road to final implementation still has a number of hurdles to overcome. However, favourites are already emerging that have long-term multiplication potential.Read
Commented by Fabian Lorenz on March 8th, 2023 | 16:22 CET
Nel share slumps, a 60% chance with Bayer, Almonty Industries and BASF
The Nel share was one of the big daily losers yesterday. As a result, the upward trend has finally been broken, and analysts' opinions differ widely. Berenberg sees the BASF share as a hold after the publication of the quarterly figures. The price target is EUR 55. The figures are in line with expectations. However, the end of share buybacks and concerns about future competitiveness weigh on the stock. By contrast, analysts see up to 60% upside potential for Bayer. Almonty Industries is benefiting from the boom in electromobility and also defense spending. As the leading tungsten producer outside China, analysts suspect it could soon come to a bidding war.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on March 7th, 2023 | 15:09 CET
Is e-mobility a done deal? Watch out for these hydrogen stocks: Plug Power, dynaCERT, Nel ASA and ThyssenKrupp
High prices, falling subsidies and a still inadequate charging network - Germans are losing their appetite for e-cars again. Sales since the beginning of the year have fallen short of expectations. In Berlin, the first liberal resistance to the EU's intentions to remove the internal combustion car from the roads is becoming apparent. For the final vote in the EU parliament, the FDP calls for the approval of synthetic fuels, which are produced under strict CO2 neutrality. Worldwide, the EU seems to be alone with its ban on internal combustion engines. Only California is planning similar legislation. What about the green alternative, hydrogen?Read
Commented by Fabian Lorenz on March 1st, 2023 | 13:55 CET
Nel ASA, TUI and Alpina Holdings: Shares with up to 100% price potential?
The reporting season is in full swing. The 2022 figures are an opportunity for investors to review their investment decisions and, if necessary, reposition themselves for 2023. For one of our three companies, analysts see up to 100% upside potential but also a "sell". The figures from Nel ASA were awaited with great excitement. Since last year, hydrogen companies have been good for a surprise every time they open their books - unfortunately, more of a negative one lately. Nel has also seen its fair share of good and bad news, and the first analysts have spoken out. At TUI, analyst comments are rather negative. Analyst opinion: Better than feared, but not good enough. In contrast, Alpina Holdings offers a favorable valuation and a dividend yield of 3%. Yet 2022 was relatively quiet for the real estate company from Singapore. In the future, margins and earnings should rise again.Read
Commented by Fabian Lorenz on February 23rd, 2023 | 15:17 CET
Nordex, American Lithium, Globex Mining, Nel - New stock favourites?
The energy transition is fuelling the raw materials boom. Solar and wind energy, hydrogen and electromobility - raw materials such as nickel, rare earths, lithium and cobalt are needed for all future technologies. Companies like Nordex and Nel ASA need the raw materials. The Nordex share has had a challenging year. But analysts see the light at the end of the tunnel. The wind turbine manufacturer is introducing a new product. At Nel, experts advise selling, and the annual figures are due soon from the Scandinavians. In contrast, Globex Mining continues to be traded as an outperformer even after the 50% rally since November 2022. The quality of the resource projects is high, and the share is being revalued. American Lithium has also performed strongly since Q4 2022. The uranium subsidiary is expected to provide the next share price jump. However, bad news is coming from China for the lithium sector. This time, Tesla is not instigating the price war.Read
Commented by Fabian Lorenz on February 15th, 2023 | 11:40 CET
Is Tesla hunter BYD almost 100% in? Has the Nel share run hot? When will Manuka Resources jump on?
The Nel share has performed amazingly well in recent months. From mid-October to early February, it increased by around 70% to EUR 1.70. Since then, the stock has been taking a well-deserved breather. Will the rally continue? According to Goldman Sachs, the air is getting thin. But there is also positive news. There is also that of BYD. The Tesla hunter is building another battery factory, and analysts are raising their estimates after solid figures. Manuka Resources wants to present strong drilling results. For this purpose, a new drilling program near an existing mine has now been approved. In addition to gold and silver, high-grade copper deposits, zinc, and lead are expected. In addition, a complete reassessment is still possible.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on February 15th, 2023 | 11:00 CET
Super Bowl spoils Tesla's bullish mood: Plug Power, First Hydrogen, Nel, ThyssenKrupp - Hydrogen is taking off!
In a true football thriller, the Kansas City Chiefs narrowly defeated their opponents Philadelphia Eagles, just before the end of the game. But it was not just on the field that fans were treated to a spectacle. The commercials during the billion-dollar live broadcast were also eye-catchers, as they are every year. One Super Bowl commercial was a good fight against Tesla's "Full Self Driving" (FSD) mode. Software entrepreneur Dan O'Dowd invested a total of USD 598,000 in his "Dawn Project" campaign. According to its homepage, its goal is to make computers safer for humanity. In the case of Tesla's FSD installations, the campaign sees this as not guaranteed and even judges them to be life-threatening for other road users. From Tesla's side, the content of the commercial was described as "fake". Exciting to see how this case will turn out. We turn away from e-mobility and look at the opportunities for hydrogen.Read