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Commented by Nico Popp on May 3rd, 2022 | 10:41 CEST

Tech stocks - Where is the party over? Alibaba, wallstreet:online, PayPal

  • Investments
  • Technology
  • Online

For years, digital business models were considered the best of the best. But the past April has punished stocks such as Alibaba and PayPal - in some cases, very significantly. The question now is: Is the age of growth companies coming to an end, or are the current prices possibly a good opportunity? And what other factors might be playing a role?

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on April 28th, 2022 | 13:32 CEST

Alibaba, Netflix, Meta Platforms, Globex Mining - Find the best turnaround stocks in 2022!

  • Commodities
  • Investments

Rising interest rates and inflation - Central banks worldwide now have to tighten the reins to keep demonetization from getting out of hand. Traditionally, technology stocks, which are otherwise in demand, tend to do poorly in such phases because they have higher financing costs. The higher discount rate makes corporate cash values less profitable than in low-interest rate environments. The NASDAQ-100 Index hit its high of 16,767 points in November 2021, just as the 10-year interest rate began to rise. Since then, the technology index has lost about 22%. But some stocks have more than halved in value. We take a closer look at the former high flyers.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on April 20th, 2022 | 13:30 CEST

Twitter, Alibaba, Triumph Gold - Inflation protection: Golden times for good stocks!

  • Gold
  • Technology

Inflation is galloping, with so-called "steepening" occurring in the bond markets. A steepening yield curve is historically often accompanied by a peak in the stock market in the following 9-15 months after the yield curve reaches a cyclical minimum. The last interest rate low was reached in August 2019 at minus 0.50% in the ten-year range, and it even managed to stay there until October 2020. The DAX reached its all-time high in November 2021 at over 16,300 points, 13 months after the previous interest rate low, then followed a 25% downward correction to 12,400 points. If inflation and the rise in interest rates do not moderate, things look bleak for the stock markets. Selection, therefore, remains key!

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Commented by Armin Schulz on March 30th, 2022 | 13:58 CEST

Alibaba, mm2 Asia, Tencent - Profits with entertainment shares from Asia

  • entertainment

Ever since the Internet entered our everyday lives, companies that produce content and make it available to customers have been making profits. It does not matter whether it is web content, movies, music or computer games. In recent months, companies from China have suffered from the Chinese government's regulations. But that could now come to an end. In mid-March, the Chinese government declared that it supports listings on foreign stock exchanges. Therefore, today we look at three companies that offer entertainment to their customers with their content and analyze their potential.

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Commented by Nico Popp on March 28th, 2022 | 11:20 CEST

Who profits by it? Shares! Alibaba, wallstreet:online, Steinhoff

  • Investments

Buy, sell or hold? The stock market is sometimes turbulent. The war in Ukraine and its economic side effects, in particular, can cause events to spiral out of control. Investors have to react quickly to limit losses or seize opportunities. We highlight three stocks and explain how they are doing in the current unrest.

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Commented by Nico Popp on March 21st, 2022 | 11:15 CET

Shares between expropriation and the new era: Barrick Gold, Triumph Gold, Alibaba

  • Gold

Goldman Sachs has always been considered well-informed and well-connected in investor circles. Even if sometimes a little too much is read into the forecasts of the US bankers, investors should take note of them. Currently, Jeff Currie, commodity specialist at Goldman Sachs, assumes a "perfect upswing" for gold. The price target could be USD 2,500. Goldman sees the precious metal as the "currency of last resort" and points to rising ETF purchases and increasing demand from central banks. We take a look at three stocks and their prospects.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on March 18th, 2022 | 10:42 CET

The China stock rally - Alibaba, Hong Lai Huat, Tencent, Baidu: Buy or Sell?

  • RealEstate
  • Technology

What a rebound! For months, SEC threats pounded the Chinese ADRs on the NASDAQ. Lack of transparency, arbitrary government intervention and flawed accounting could negatively impact US investment goals. With her investment firm ARK, Cathie Wood was an early responder, blowing the whistle on Chinese tech stocks as early as mid-2021, but even her ARK Innovation ETF is down over 50% from the high. However, the Alibaba share took the cake, plummeting a full 75% from its high by mid-March 2022. In the aftermath of the sell-off, the Hang Seng Index made its most significant positive daily jump in 15 years, gaining 11% at its peak. Is this the turnaround now? We take a closer look.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on February 28th, 2022 | 12:43 CET

Alibaba, Hong Lai Huat, BYD - Asia as a safe haven for investments?

  • RealEstate
  • Electromobility

The war in Ukraine is causing falling stock indices on both sides. The sanctions against Russia will be extensive; even Nord Stream 2 has been stopped for the time being, although Olaf Scholz did not want to name the pipeline for a long time when it came to possible sanctions. Many countries are calling for Russia to be excluded from the SWIFT system. However, this would mean that many countries would be harming themselves, as energy imports from Russia would no longer be affordable. The war will have losers on both sides. Investors who still want to make their money work for them can take a closer look at companies from the Asian region. China is neutral in the showdown. Which stocks offer opportunities?

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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on February 3rd, 2022 | 11:56 CET

dynaCERT, AMD, Alibaba - Clean air for big growth

  • Innovations
  • Technology
  • Hydrogen

Pictures of the truck protest convoys in Canada also illustrate on the sidelines the extent of air pollution caused by CO2 exhaust gases. The company dynaCERT, also from Canada, offers its patented retrofit solution for combustion engines to counter these emissions and has enormous growth potential. AMD continues to grow through its merger with Chinese Company Xilinx. Alibaba continues to expand its business with cloud solutions. We take a look at three exciting candidates.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on January 20th, 2022 | 12:51 CET

Alibaba, Hong Lai Huat, Tencent: Now things are really taking off!

  • Investments

The Asia region remains on the growth path. The economies of China, Singapore, and Indonesia achieved 4.5 to 6.5% growth in 2021. Prosperity is not yet comparable with the West. But the developed zones around the metropolises have already shown high momentum for years. The real estate market, in particular, is booming in China as well as in Hong Kong, Singapore and Japan. It is uncertain how long the low interest rates will continue to support these markets because the Federal Reserve has already announced that it will exit the liquidity bubble. Who can surprise in the current environment?

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