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Commented by Stefan Feulner on January 4th, 2021 | 11:12 CET

NIO, Fokus Mining, TUI - Off to new heights!

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There were records upon records set in one of the most exciting stockmarket years, 2020. Both the DAX, Dow and the technology exchange Nasdaq jumped to new highs. The leading cryptocurrency Bitcoin started an incredible comeback and raced through its 2017 high to now USD 34,000.00. Records will tumble again in 2021. Cryptocurrencies and hydrogen and electric cars will continue to be in demand, but highs in other areas are also possible.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on December 28th, 2020 | 10:34 CET

Nio, GS Holdings, Geely - it goes on!

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China's economy grows and grows. According to the Centre for Economics, the Middle Kingdom will replace the USA as the world's largest economy as early as 2028. The accelerating effect is that Asia is coming out of the Coronavirus Crisis faster and better than Europe or the USA. Thus, the economic results favor the Chinese and the emerging tiger economies such as Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Singapore. Here, there are numerous companies with disproportionate growth opportunities for the coming years.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on December 16th, 2020 | 10:22 CET

NIO, Osino Resources, Baidu - E-mobility, the giants are coming!

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E-mobility has been one of the hottest topics on the global capital markets this year and will remain so next year - however, high price fluctuations are to be expected. Demand for shares in e-car companies remains high. While Tesla seems to have run a bit hot, Chinese player like BYD, NIO, Li Auto and Xpeng are still on investors' buy lists. And more big players are about to enter this segment.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on December 8th, 2020 | 10:02 CET

Nio, Desert Gold, Bayer - Don't miss these opportunities!

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If in March 2020 before the first lockdown due to the Corona pandemic began you had consistently filled your portfolio with shares, primarily with papers from the technology sector, you would be happy to see growth rates of several 100%. However, one does not earn money on the stock market with ifs and buts. The good news is that there are always new opportunities that you can take advantage of without any ifs and buts.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on December 3rd, 2020 | 14:29 CET

Xiaomi, Blackrock Gold, Nio - The way is clear!

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It continues upwards, well this is how the three big US investment banks Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and JP Morgen see it. Due to the positive results concerning a vaccine against the coronavirus, Morgan Stanley expects the economy to revive and expects long-term price increases. Year ending 2021, the experts see the price target for the S&P 500 at 3,900 points, which would be a healthy growth of over 7%. According to the analysts, stock-picking - the finding of "hidden treasures" on the stock market - will be particularly important next year.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on November 18th, 2020 | 10:40 CET

NIO, Tesla, dynaCERT - Mobilizing the future!

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The good news for automotive suppliers is that electric vehicles still only make up a small percentage of the car market - at least for now. The bad news is that the increasing spread of electric cars is a significant challenge for automotive suppliers. Since these cars have far fewer parts than those with conventional combustion engines, manufacturers of exhaust and fuel systems as well as traditional transmissions are facing significant disruptions as e-mobility takes unexpected steps forward. The crux of the matter for electricians is still the availability of charging stations and the limited mobility radius. But this will soon change rapidly once the Corona aid pots are flowing into the green infrastructure.

Nevertheless, the e-vehicle is being fueled by government emission standards and incentives, especially in the USA, England, France, Germany and China. But the battery-powered vehicles will not pose a significant threat to the combustion engines until operating costs are about the same. In especially more impoverished areas of the planet and inaccessible zones, there is no alternative to the internal combustion engine; this is completely ignored in the public discussion. While the cost of e-cars continues to fall as technology improves, they are still far from being competitive. Nevertheless, if you look at the signs of the times, car companies have already invested billions in electro-related technology, so the course for the future is set.

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