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Commented by Stefan Feulner on May 7th, 2021 | 11:03 CEST

Steinhoff, wallstreet:online, Freenet - Opportunities

  • Investments

There is always something good about a strong stock market correction. You get another chance to enter at a reasonable price. But be careful. The prerequisite is a fundamentally appropriate valuation of the target. While in some sectors, such as hydrogen or fuel cell technology is still a wide gap between the market value and the figures currently presented, there are many interesting entry opportunities in other sectors that should pay off in cash in the long term.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on May 6th, 2021 | 10:52 CEST

Deutsche Rohstoff, Varta, ThyssenKrupp, Glencore: These stocks are on the rise!

  • Oil

Commodity companies around the world are producing at the limits of their capacity. The omnipresent supply deficit is not only boosting commodity prices themselves, but it is also giving the mine operators a good boost. The first quarter of 2021 is showing one of the strongest inflationary pushes in the resources sector in 10 years. Copper, for example, is now trading at the USD 10,000 mark, nickel is at a 10-year high of USD 17,700, and there is no stopping palladium. We take a closer look at some of the profiteers.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on May 6th, 2021 | 10:37 CEST

BYD, Nevada Copper, Varta - A dedicated line for share price gains?

  • Copper

Electromobility is an important component of mobility concepts. To what extent other types of drive will overtake the electric car, or whether we will have to realize in 10 years that the whole topic was politically misguided, is another matter. The fact is that the demand for electric cars and batteries is growing enormously. The demand for the raw materials used in them, such as lithium and copper, is also increasing. We present three promising investments that reflect different facets of the investment trend.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on May 6th, 2021 | 10:00 CEST

Nel ASA, Scottie Resources, Nordex - Is the bubble bursting?

  • Gold

It was just a matter of time. For weeks now, the Federal Reserve under its Chairman Jerome Powell has been repeating that it wants to continue its ultra-loose monetary policy until at least 2023 despite the strong recovery of the economy and rising inflation. According to Janet Yellen, higher interest rates may be necessary to prevent the economy from overheating due to President Joe Biden's massive investment programs. The result was enormous price losses, especially for growth companies. Does this signify a turning point?

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Commented by Nico Popp on May 6th, 2021 | 07:05 CEST

NSJ Gold, NIO, K+S: Size matters

  • Gold

Project developers in the commodities sector are speculative investments per se. At the same time, however, these projects offer many advantages for growth-oriented investors: they can develop enormous leverage on commodity prices and usually offer a clear investment horizon, as drilling programs and development targets are fixed in advance. Investors can position themselves on a one-to-two-year horizon and quickly assess whether or not an investment is on a sound track once the time limit expires. If a project then combines two megatrends, it becomes all the more exciting.

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Commented by Nico Popp on May 6th, 2021 | 05:17 CEST

Volkswagen, Deutsche Bank, QMines: These trends are developing now!

  • Investments

The financial scene is currently dominated by two issues: The impact of technological change and changes in the wake of the pandemic and rising inflation. The first set of issues has pushed the markets for many years. Rising inflation has only recently become an issue. The economy held steady during the second and third waves and continued to grow slowly. At the same time, the anticipation of openings is growing. This explosive mix has already caused some commodity prices to rise. The market themes of technological change and inflation are cumulating in the price of copper, which has been rising dynamically for months, benefiting from both the e-car boom and the strengthening economy. We present three companies that could become trending stocks - and one of them went pubic today.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on May 5th, 2021 | 11:00 CEST

Aurelius, The Place Holdings, DWS - Yield Foxes

  • Investments

Caught! As a reader of these lines, you must belong to the group of people who actively take care of their own investments. That makes us happy. Why not add shares to your portfolio that, as asset managers or investment companies, increase the money of others and, as a consequence, that of shareholders as well? We have brought you three exciting investment ideas that we believe are far from exhausted.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on May 5th, 2021 | 10:00 CEST

NIO, Geely, IBU-tec, Silkroad Nickel - Attention, watch closely here!

  • Nickel

The first sharp correction occurred yesterday. The major indices lost between 1 and 4% - the TecDAX was hit the hardest with a minus of 3.7% at the peak. Is this the turnaround from the top? No, say the chart technicians. It is not yet a lost cause because the indices had demanded a correction for many months. Since March 2020, there have hardly been any significant corrections in most stocks. At the end of January, the hydrogen stocks began to fall, and now there is money to be had in the broader sense. No disaster - the selection of good titles is now the trump card.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on May 5th, 2021 | 09:17 CEST

Defense Metals, Daimler, Siemens Energy: Rare earths facing a new hype?

  • RareEarths

In 2010, the first hype about rare earths occurred. Even then, it was apparent that digital technology would not be able to do without rare earths. As a result, shares of mining companies increased in price by up to 1,000%.
Currently, there is a lot of talk about e-mobility causing raw material resources to become scarcer. However, the talk is mainly about copper, nickel, lithium and perhaps silver. Rare earths are mostly forgotten, although they are used in many electronic devices, fighter jets and wind turbines.
China controls 80% of the world market and, according to media reports, is considering restricting exports of rare earths. Doing so could have a significant impact on all industries that require rare earths.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on May 5th, 2021 | 09:14 CEST

Infineon, Triumph Gold, Ballard Power - Invest in the future now!

  • Investments

The earnings season is in full swing. In addition to Corona winners such as TeamViewer or Zalando, which continue to profit from the consequences of the pandemic, biotech companies working to combat the virus also shine with solid figures. On the other hand, companies directly involved in the energy turnaround are disappointing at first glance. In addition to electric carmakers currently struggling with production stoppages due to the acute global chip shortage, renewable energy stocks have also missed analysts' forecasts.

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