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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on October 20th, 2022 | 13:01 CEST
Shares: Porsche does it like Tesla - Varta is not there, and Infinity Stone Ventures?
E-car specialists like BYD and Tesla have had them for a long time: their own gigafactories. German automakers have long neglected their own battery production. It is surprising because, with electromobility, energy storage is becoming the heart of every car. Here in Germany, Porsche is now stepping on the gas and accelerating the development of its battery production. This could become a model for the entire VW Group. Unfortunately, German battery hopeful Varta is again not involved in the project. The Company seems to be making no headway in its search for partners. No matter who builds the batteries, companies like Infinity Stone Ventures stand to benefit. The specialist for critical raw materials is currently stepping on the gas in its projects, and the positive newsflow should continue.Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on September 16th, 2022 | 11:52 CEST
Altech Advanced Materials, Tesla, BYD - German engineering before Germany as a business location
Germany is the land of engineers, and German engineering is known worldwide for its outstanding quality. Altech Advanced Materials, for example, has launched a joint venture with the Fraunhofer Institute IKTS to commercialize even more powerful batteries than before. CERENERGY® batteries can be used for renewable energy storage as well as for industrial and private household applications. They are resource efficient and provide a reliable energy supply. German e-car enthusiasts can also look forward to the launch of three BYD models in Germany. And competitor Tesla is moving from Germany back to the US - President Biden has created a government lure...Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on September 2nd, 2022 | 10:12 CEST
BYD, Globex Mining, Tesla - Run on commodities!
It is a time of extremes: extreme heat, drought, and prices in the gas and electricity markets. The run on commodities has begun, and investors should look closely at where growth will occur over the next 24 months. Globex Mining is one candidate that, thanks to its business model, covers diversified commodities directly with acreage in the US and Canada. That is sure to please Elon Musk. Through Tesla Powerwalls, Tesla turns its end users into power generators that supply energy to California's vulnerable electrical grid. The state is subject to temperatures so extreme that blackouts can occur. BYD is proving just how valuable an end-to-end production chain is in this day and age.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on August 9th, 2022 | 10:22 CEST
Split fantasy: Amazon, Alphabet, Viva Gold, Tesla - Shares with top prospects!
Now the tide has turned again. The crash hysteria has disappeared, and bond prices are gradually recovering. The yield for 10-year German government bonds fell in the last 6 weeks completely surprisingly from the high at 1.75% to under 0.90% - that does not look like a boom. The specter of inflation is also slowly losing its scare, with oil prices now consolidating by more than USD 25 from their recent highs. The pressure on central banks to raise interest rates is thus easing considerably, giving equities the necessary room for positive momentum again. We take a look at promising stocks.Read
Commented by Fabian Lorenz on August 4th, 2022 | 14:31 CEST
BYD chases Tesla, First Hydrogen is undervalued, and ITM Power with a buy signal
Hardly any other industry has such excellent prospects for the future as renewable energies. Whether electric mobility or hydrogen - all technologies are urgently needed and promoted. Among others, e-car manufacturer BYD is benefiting from this. In China, the Company is shining with significantly increasing sales figures and is on its way to knocking Tesla off its throne as the number 1 in the industry. It could happen faster than expected, as the Company plans to open its first showrooms in Germany and Sweden as early as October. ITM Power is overshadowed by Nel and Plug Power in the hydrogen sector. Analysts see a share price potential of over 100%. First Hydrogen also has potential. Analysts are currently observing the hydrogen newcomer's rise to the top tier and say there is an undervaluation compared to peer group company McPhy Energy.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on August 2nd, 2022 | 12:43 CEST
How much lithium do BYD, VW, Tesla and Co. need? Standard Lithium, Edison Lithium - Who can deliver quickly?
Parallel to the electric car boom, many raw material prices have also exploded. Lithium has risen 1200% in price in Chinese yuan since the beginning of 2021, and nickel has risen by 40%. Against the backdrop of continued high global demand for e-vehicles, many high-performance batteries will be needed. As a result, just about every automaker is planning with its own specifications on how to handle battery procurement. BYD, VW, Daimler and Tesla already have their gigafactories or are currently planning them. Lithium is one of a battery's most important raw material components, along with nickel, cobalt, graphite and copper. However, the quantities available on the markets are limited, as producers are also still thin on the ground. We shed light on a market that is determined by shortages.Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on May 12th, 2022 | 13:07 CEST
Cardiol Therapeutics, Tesla, Bayer AG - Instead of trading chronically overvalued shares, treat the chronically ill instead
No sooner does the US government under Biden seek to influence the Supreme Court in the Monsanto case than the Bayer share slides 7%. But is this share price slide justified? Bayer AG has made provisions for the possible ruling in June and set aside reserves for chronic diseases. Chronic diseases are also a focus of Cardiol Therapeutics. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the prevalence of chronic diseases increased by 57% worldwide by 2020. Cardiol focuses on heart health in this regard. The share stands at about EUR 1.12 and is seen by analysts at an average of about EUR 7. Meanwhile, Tesla investors are currently experiencing what overvalued shares can do to their portfolios. Their CEO is speculating that he will no longer accept new customers. Why? You can read about it here...Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on April 7th, 2022 | 14:30 CEST
Phoenix Copper, Nordex, Tesla - Gold rush mood at the beginning of the supply chain
If the EU turns off the gas tap from Russia, alternatives are needed quickly to keep Germany running as a business location. With its wind turbines, Nordex SE is facing cybersecurity challenges, and Tesla shareholders are looking anxiously at the antics of their CEO, who is putting on yet another corporate hat. Producers are reeling from supply chain disruptions and other unreliabilities these days. So it is good to know there are reliable companies at the top of the supply chain: Phoenix Copper, with its raw material deposits of copper, gold and zinc, is not only an explorer on the hunt for the best mineral resources but also a collector.Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on March 8th, 2022 | 13:30 CET
First Hydrogen, Tesla, Toyota - Hydrogen leads the way in logistics
For today's International Women's Day, we look at the discoverers of hydrogen sources. There are virtually no climate-damaging emissions where hydrogen is already being used as a form of propulsion today. First Hydrogen is a company that has chosen hydrogen-powered logistics vans as its niche to bring providers like Amazon and UPS up to speed. Things are finally getting mobile at the Gigafactory just outside Berlin, as Elon Musk gets the green light for the start-up. Meanwhile, Toyota's assembly line is at a standstill due to a cyberattack. The Japanese carmaker is also struggling with an emissions scandal involving a subsidiary.Read
Commented by Stefan Feulner on January 27th, 2022 | 11:06 CET
BYD, Defense Metals, Tesla - The long-term beneficiaries of climate change
The post-pandemic global economic recovery and rising investment in more climate-friendly energy infrastructure are driving higher commodity prices amid supply chain disruptions. Shortages of industrial metals, which are urgently needed for climate change, are likely to materialize further in the coming years. This will be significantly exacerbated by the swelling trade conflict between the USA and China. There is a threat of massive bottlenecks in production and sharply rising prices for the respective materials.Read