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Commented by Stefan Feulner on January 9th, 2024 | 07:00 CET

ExxonMobil, Prospera Energy, Shell - Falling profits and new opportunities in black gold

  • Mining
  • Energy
  • Oil
  • blackgold

The fall in energy prices led to a significant drop in inflation. Consequently, the colossal profits of oil giants, such as Chevron, Exxon, and PB, also melted away. As a result, the stock prices of these companies corrected, potentially providing long-term investors with a new buying opportunity. Many experts agree that in the long term, the decline in black gold is likely just a temporary dip in its overall upward trend, which should lead to significantly higher price targets in the coming years.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on November 27th, 2023 | 07:10 CET

ExxonMobil, Prospera Energy, Deutsche Rohstoff AG - New opportunities in the supercycle

  • Mining
  • Oil
  • renewableenergies
  • Energy

After a sharp rise of around 30% to an annual high of USD 95.50 for the US West Texas Intermediate, black gold entered a correction and has since lost about 20% in value. Even events like the Hamas attack on Israel and OPEC+ production cuts were unable to halt the current decline. From a technical chart perspective, this appears to be a normal correction. In the long term, oil is expected to reach new highs with the next upward movement. JP Morgan, for instance, issued an updated price target of USD 120 per barrel as recently as September.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on October 10th, 2023 | 08:40 CEST

Exxon Mobil, Saturn Oil + Gas, Shell - Setback offers new opportunities

  • Mining
  • Oil

The run-up on the global oil markets was halted for the time being following a rally that had lasted since the end of June, with highs of around USD 96 per barrel for North Sea Brent. Thus, pessimism spread concerning falling demand from the US economy. For chart technicians, however, the current correction merely means a countermovement in the overriding upward trend. The Hamas attack on Israel over the weekend may have already ended this, potentially offering new entry opportunities at current levels.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on September 19th, 2023 | 09:00 CEST

ExxonMobil, First Phosphate, Shell - The fight against black gold

  • Mining
  • phosphate
  • Oil
  • Batteries

In order to combat climate change, politicians and industry are focusing on moving away from coal, oil and gas as quickly as possible. Burning fossil fuels, whether for electricity or in car engines, releases enormous amounts of greenhouse gas and is the primary driver of global warming. But the reality is different. Oil prices continue to rise, and multinationals are reaping record profits. Now, however, a lawsuit from the US could reverse the trend.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on April 13th, 2023 | 22:22 CEST

Oil more expensive after OPEC shock - Exxon Mobil, Saturn Oil + Gas, Deutsche Rohstoff AG

  • Mining
  • Oil
  • Gas
  • Energy

Supply is getting tighter, and prices are rising significantly. By cutting oil production quotas, the eight producer countries of OPEC+ ended the correction in the oil market that had been going on since July last year. This is bad news for motorists in Germany because the days of "cheap" petrol and diesel below EUR 2.00 will soon be a thing of the past. In addition to the producing countries, it is mainly producers from the western regions that are benefiting.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on August 1st, 2022 | 10:13 CEST

Oil at the beginning of a supercycle - ExxonMobil, Saturn Oil+Gas, Chevron

  • Oil

The electricity of the future will be generated solely by wind and sun, and what's more, only battery-powered electric cars will flood the highways. The fossil fuel age has finally had its day and is being replaced by renewable energies. These words could have come both from the Green party program and from a Grimm Brothers' book of fairy tales because the reality looks different. Fossil fuels still dominate the global energy mix with around 80%, while photovoltaic and wind power plants continue to fail the 5% hurdle. Thus, humanity is at the beginning rather than the end of a new oil supercycle.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on February 2nd, 2021 | 10:30 CET

Nikola, Saturn Oil & Gas, Exxon Mobil - Caution, risk of explosion!

  • Energy

Stocks can rise for a variety of reasons. As we saw last week, a group of primarily younger investment community members can sometimes shoot up a company's value several hundred percent, as was seen in GameStop. There are of course other reasons that are understandable and justified on a fundamental level. In contrast to the "Reddit shares," the newly achieved price level should be maintained here.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on January 26th, 2021 | 14:27 CET

Saturn Oil & Gas, Exxon Mobil, Nokia: A world without oil is still a long way off!

  • Investments

Many wish for a world without pandemics, without diesel on the roads, and ultimately without oil. However, a wonderful green picture exists only in the heads of ecological idealists, who forget everyday life and its many consumer products. Oil has been a raw material of many basic chemical industries for more than 200 years, far away from the primary petrochemical industry. Today, only 46% of the crude oil extracted goes into fuel production. In comparison, 54% is used in medicine, the cosmetics industry, in the manufacture of plastics and rubber substitutes, cleaning agents, or simply as a tar product in road construction. Therefore, it already needs a broad discussion on how to recreate standard processes and products that have always required crude oil's consistency and viscosity.

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Commented by Nico Popp on January 19th, 2021 | 09:01 CET

Gazprom, Saturn Oil & Gas, Exxon Mobil: The cards are being reshuffled in the oil sector

  • Energy

The oil price reflects the state of the real economy. After the first Corona lockdowns last spring caused the prices to plummet - ultimately bringing economic activity to a complete standstill - oil has now stabilized significantly. Since the beginning of November, Brent crude has gained around 50%. In the wake of the futures exchanges, the shares of production companies have also performed well. But here, too, there is light and shade - we look at three stocks between dull and highly speculative.

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Commented by Mario Hose on May 6th, 2020 | 05:57 CEST

BP, Exxon, Shell, Saturn Oil & Gas - Crude oil up to USD 100 in May?

  • Oil

In recent weeks, even experienced investors have learned a lot about the oil market. When the price of WTI slipped into the red in April 2020, this was a first in the history of black gold. On the one hand, the oversupply of producers put pressure on prices, but speculators also caused the distortions. It was a dangerous mixture on the expiry date of the May contracts. In two weeks' time, the June contracts expire and the price development is eagerly awaited, but this time it can also go the other way.

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