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Commented by Nico Popp on May 22nd, 2023 | 09:55 CEST
Now things can move very quickly: Amazon, Deutsche Bank, Defence Therapeutics
The DAX is close to its all-time high, and the S&P 500 and Nasdaq-100 have also made up considerable ground recently. Although the markets are still marked by uncertainty, there are initial positive signals - the indices speak a clear language, although there are still stragglers. We explain how close the next rally is and which stocks could recover significantly in the short term.Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on May 11th, 2023 | 07:55 CEST
Manuka Resources, Fresenius, Amazon - Gold to offset economic dismantling and restriction measures?
For decades, the annual production of gold has been increasing. In 2020, a total of 3200 tonnes of gold was produced, with China as the largest gold producer in the world, followed by Australia and Russia. Manuka Resources is an explorer and gold producer in Australia. The Company has now developed a 3-year gold production plan to give its shareholders the most value possible. A solid precious metal like gold can provide balance in turbulent times. Fresenius, for example, is in the midst of a turnaround and is reporting its first results. Things can get tight for Amazon, Microsoft and Alphabet if the EU enforces its new cybersecurity directives - but this can also turn out to be an advantage.Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on April 28th, 2023 | 08:45 CEST
Globex Mining, Alphabet, Amazon - Hard assets in uncertain times
It continues to be uncertain times for Amazon employees. CEO Andy Jassy is cutting around 9,000 jobs in the group to keep the numbers stable. Tech rival Alphabet, on the other hand, can rejoice: for the first time, its cloud business is posting an operating profit, prompting the management team to buy back shares. The mining business is somewhat more consistent. Globex Mining has two pieces of good news for gold investors.Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on April 6th, 2023 | 09:47 CEST
Blackrock Silver, Amazon, FREYR Battery - Is now the time to get in?
The increasing demand for lithium in the fast-growing market for electric vehicles and electronic devices is helping to make the US state of Nevada a leader in the lithium industry with its abundant lithium deposits and favourable business climate. The exploration company Blackrock Silver has secured a lithium site there and is thus well-positioned for the unbroken demand for this raw material. The recently launched lithium-ion battery plant of FREYR Battery also proves the high demand. Another advantage for investors at FREYR Battery is already the more than 98% CO2-free production. This is exactly where Amazon seems to have a problem with its data centres in Oregon.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on April 5th, 2023 | 20:24 CEST
Triple AAA is in demand in the crisis - Amazon, Aspermont and Alibaba keep their promises!
The DAX rises and rises and rises. At 15,742 points, a new high for the year was reached again yesterday, and the all-time high at around 16,290 points now also appears within reach. The strong rise in interest rates of recent months has slowed down somewhat, as inflation rates are no longer in double digits. However, it is questionable whether the next bull market on the NASDAQ is imminent since the FED recently indicated that it was not yet thinking about interest rate cuts. The so-called "dot plots" of the central bank members, however, speak a different language. We look at some classic growth stocks that are now returning to focus.Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on March 30th, 2023 | 12:15 CEST
Saturn Oil + Gas, Bayer, Amazon - Big business on a growth path
The oil industry is booming again: since Russia has been severely sanctioned, EU companies are fleeing to their international production sites to operate cost-efficiently. The winner in the energy poker is Saturn Oil & Gas. The Canadian company is now presenting its results for fiscal year 2022. What is clear is how hard the Company has worked on substance to grow steadily. Change is also felt at Bayer in the wake of the CEO change. Research in the field of women's health is discontinued, only one new blockbuster is still in the pipeline, but it is a big one. The fact that the stock market is associated with fear and greed is shown by the jump in AMC's share price. Just one piece of news from Amazon takeover rumors has investors jumping at the chance.Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on March 9th, 2023 | 10:54 CET
Aspermont, Amazon, Shop Apotheke - These shares embrace digitization!
Companies like the Canadian media company Aspermont are among the pioneers of digitization and are thus miles ahead of their competitors. With their unique platform solution, the original mining trade magazine publisher can quickly scale into other segments and keep both industry and experts up to date with the latest knowledge. The value of successful digitization is also evident in the Shop Apotheke business figures now published. The digital mail-order pharmacy, which is accessible in Europe, is able to score points despite a change in the management board. In the US, Amazon is one step further, launching 24/7 digital patient care operations through One Medical.Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on February 23rd, 2023 | 16:13 CET
Almonty Industries, Rheinmetall and Amazon - The profiteers of the crises
South Korea is one of the few democratic countries with high tungsten deposits. Almonty Industries is a mining company with unbeatable expertise, bringing a disused tungsten mine in South Korea back to life. The metal is urgently needed in the defense, aerospace and automotive industries. Until now, China and Russia have dominated the tungsten market. But the last 24 months have shown how fragile supply chains and democracies can be. Alternatives are needed. One profiteer of the crisis is the arms company Rheinmetall. Since Russia launched its war of aggression in Ukraine, the share price has shot up. Amazon employees are currently experiencing the exact opposite. Their wages are supported partly by share packages - and thus, a disaster could occur in 2023.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on February 22nd, 2023 | 13:16 CET
Which stocks to get into now? Alphabet, Amazon, Aspermont and Alibaba under the magnifying glass!
Well, things turned out differently than expected! In the fall of 2022, the spectre of crisis made the rounds again several times. The forecasters overlapped in their assessment of the economic downturn. The reason was the strong inflation and the associated loss of purchasing power. But now: Where is inflation heading in 2023? In order to answer this question, it is helpful to look back to the period after the oil crisis in 1973. As was the case then, an energy price correction is to be expected today. Gas, meanwhile, has already fallen almost unnoticed to a 17-month low. Unfortunately, the Berlin traffic lights have already covered Germany's energy needs at peak prices, which is now blowing up people's utility bills. However, falling inflation also leads to lower interest rates, boosting growth stocks in particular. We take a look at important protagonists.Read
Commented by Nico Popp on February 20th, 2023 | 13:53 CET
Hydrogen bankruptcy? These are the laughing third parties: Plug Power, Amazon, First Hydrogen
Hydrogen is not a foregone conclusion. The bankruptcy of the truck specialist Clean Logistics shows: Hype topics, in particular, must be solidly financed. We look at which niche investors can still invest with a clear conscience, which markets promise growth in the future and where hydrogen can also boost portfolios. We present three exciting companies.Read