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November 30th, 2021 | 10:07 CET

RWE, Aspermont, Xiaomi - Regrouping after the sell-off

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Omicron shakes the perfect stock market world. After the emergence of a new mutant in South Africa, the stock markets have plummeted. The end of the year-end rally seems to be sealed. The DAX is threatened with falling below the psychologically important mark at 15,000. But, on the other hand, investors are already taking advantage of the low prices again to invest in promising companies at more favorable price levels. Holding the important mark could still lead to belated Christmas presents despite the short break.

time to read: 3 minutes | Author: Stefan Feulner
ISIN: RWE AG INH O.N. | DE0007037129 , ASPERMONT LTD | AU000000ASP3 , XIAOMI CORP. CL.B | KYG9830T1067

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    RWE - Unstoppable

    The share price has only jolted a little after the sell-off of the DAX at the energy supplier RWE. After the chart-technical breakout and generation of a buy signal in the past week, the share price returned to the breakout line in an exemplary manner and is now marching further north. If the smaller resistance around EUR 35.50 is cleared out of the way, the annual high at EUR 38.65 beckons. Therefore, from a chart perspective, everything is fine at the Essen-based Company, which is also reorganizing its fundamentals for the future.

    The Company is entering into a cooperation with the city of Ulsan to develop floating offshore wind farms off the coast of South Korea; a corresponding letter of intent has already been signed. As announced by RWE, projects with an installed capacity of up to 1.5 gigawatts are planned. The Asian country is thus accelerating its goal of being climate-neutral by 2050. As early as 2030, South Korea plans to expand its installed offshore wind capacity to 12 GW and generate 30% of its electricity needs from renewables.

    Various analyst firms continue to be optimistic about the Company's development. Bernstein Research reiterated its price target at EUR 46 and continues to see the DAX company as an outperformer. The British investment bank Barclays continues to see a target of EUR 42 and leaves the rating at "overweight".

    Aspermont - Big targets

    Unimpressed by the sales panic, the share price of the digital media company Aspermont shows itself. In general, there has been little movement in the share in the last few months, which is hovering around EUR 0.015 in Frankfurt. For this, all the more is happening on the corporate side. At the beginning of the month, the Australians announced impressive figures. Compared to the fourth quarter of 2020, the Company's Q4 2021 revenues increased in all areas. The XaaS and service divisions grew by 20% and 17%, respectively, accounting for over 85% of total revenue. The new data division grew by 162%.

    In addition, Aspermont is increasingly becoming a lucrative fintech company. Aspermont had two major events in the fourth quarter. The Company announced the formation of a new fintech joint venture and the launch of its first-generation capital-raising platform. Aspermont's current product offering in the mining sector will be enhanced by its new partnership with Spark Plus and IPC.

    Aspermont made the turnaround from a mining industry publisher to a digital media company after 5 years. The Company draws on its database of 7.5 million registered decision-makers in the mining, energy and agriculture sectors built up over decades. By building its "Anything-as-a-Service" platform, it was able to create a highly scalable model. This service includes premium services such as data, statistics, research results, and participation in virtual or face-to-face events. Payment is made using a Netflix plus model, i.e., there is a subscription model, which, however, can be adapted and topped up on an individual and personalized basis.

    Analyst firm GBC Research recently rated the share as "buy" with a price target of EUR 0.057.

    Xiaomi - Searching for the bottom

    The share of the Chinese technology group Xiaomi continues to consolidate. After peaks at EUR 3.80 at the beginning of the year, the share has already corrected more than 40%. After a slide below the support at EUR 2.20, the next target is to be found around EUR 2.00. A buy signal would only be given when the resistance at EUR 2.60 is overcome.

    Meanwhile, the number two in smartphone sales is planning to enter the electromobility space. The ambitious Company intends to produce its own units and 300,000 units per year. To this end, it plans to build a plant in Beijing, which is to be done in two construction phases, each with a capacity for 150,000 electric cars. Xiaomi plans to launch the first battery-powered vehicle on the market in 2024.


    The mutant Omicron is currently unsettling the financial markets. The consequences were significant markdowns in the indices. Nevertheless, there is still a chance of a year-end rally. Despite the uncertainties, RWE is marching blithely towards its high for the year. Aspermont also shone with positive development.


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    Der Autor

    Stefan Feulner

    The native Franconian has more than 20 years of stock exchange experience and a broadly diversified network.
    He is passionate about analyzing a wide variety of business models and investigating new trends.

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