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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on July 18th, 2024 | 07:00 CEST

BASF, VCI Global, Palantir - AI and digitalization as a market opportunity with high returns

  • Digitization
  • hightech
  • Fintech
  • data
  • AI

Future industries such as robotics, AI, and digitalization are accelerating the growth of companies through the automation of production processes. This also increases the opportunity for high-growth stocks. BASF has been using computer-aided technology in its various business areas for over ten years. Starting with machine learning in the chemical industry, they are now supporting countless smallholders and farmers in the agricultural business with artificial intelligence. No less a partner than Google is involved in this partnership. Does this bold move offer the traditional company a chance of above-average growth? One candidate in the high-growth sector is the Southeast Asian company VCI Global. The experienced management has an impressive track record of successful IPOs and has established itself as an expert in guiding companies through public listings. The Company also invests in future markets through an investment arm. Its focus here: Robotics, blockchain, AI. Palantir, on the other hand, is known for its big data technology, which uses AI for government institutions. Recently, some analysts have expressed concerns about the Company's high valuation. However, in Europe, one authority continues to rely on the US company's data networking. Where do the best returns lie for investors?

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on July 9th, 2024 | 07:25 CEST

NASDAQ Super Boom! 100% returns still lurk with Alibaba, VCI Global, and Super Micro Computer; Amazon founder sells

  • hightech
  • AI
  • Software
  • computing
  • chips

Experts expect the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to lead to double-digit productivity gains in digitally configurable processes over the next few years. Not since the introduction of industrial robots have there been such leaps. The major Internet companies have long since prepared themselves for these developments. High computing power, automated sales processes, and a pool of trillions of user data points play into the multinationals' hands. They achieve billion-dollar profits with their networks almost effortlessly. Consumers are served exactly what interests them most and, above all, what they consume regularly. However, not all high-tech shares have been able to take off so far. What should investors pay attention to now?

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on July 8th, 2024 | 06:45 CEST

Growth of 100% possible with stocks like Alibaba, Verve Group, Super Micro Computer, and GameStop

  • Software
  • AI
  • hightech
  • Digitization

The NASDAQ is rushing from high to high. While it was primarily stocks with AI fantasy at the beginning of the year, there has even been a resurgence in e-mobility in recent weeks. Tesla reported surprisingly high deliveries in the second quarter, and Volkswagen bought into the startup Rivian to solve its software problems. This brings new fantasy for investors. However, with such advanced upward trends, it is important to find followers, meaning stocks that have not yet performed as well. We are therefore taking a closer look at some typical "growth stocks" as the revaluation overseas is likely not yet complete.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on June 10th, 2024 | 07:00 CEST

Infineon, MGI - Media and Games Invest, Palantir - These 3 shares are about to break out

  • Digitization
  • AI
  • chips
  • Software

Last week was a tough one. Firstly, the European Central Bank heralded the turnaround in interest rates and, as expected, lowered the key interest rate by 25 basis points to 4.25%. Secondly, the hype surrounding meme stocks, and GameStop in particular, was revived by the comeback of influencer Keith Gill, aka Roaring Kitty. Following a live stream on YouTube, the share price soared again and will likely remain a hot topic over the next few trading days.

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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on May 30th, 2024 | 07:30 CEST

Takeover fever? Nel, Super Micro Computer, Kraken Energy

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • nuclear
  • renewableenergies
  • AI

In the slipstream of Nvidia, the Super Micro Computer share is heading back towards an all-time high. The temporary dip following the strong quarterly figures - which fell short of even higher expectations - has ended, and the share is targeting the USD 1,000 mark. Energy producers are increasingly under the spotlight as the AI boom is set to surge energy demand. The billion-dollar takeover of Atlantica Sustainable Infrastructure by the private equity company Energy Capital Partners is currently underway. It is evident that some of the energy demand will have to be met by nuclear energy, benefiting companies like Kraken Energy, which is developing new uranium deposits in the US. Additionally, takeover speculation has recently driven up Nel ASA's share price, but is the rally already over?

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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on May 30th, 2024 | 07:15 CEST

dynaCERT, Mercedes-Benz, Amazon - German Engineering: technological transformations in focus

  • Hydrogen
  • GreenTech
  • AI
  • Electromobility
  • Innovations

Entrepreneurs like the founders of dynaCERT are creating solutions for a cleaner environment. With a hydrogen-based bridging technology specifically for diesel engines, emissions can be reduced while maintaining the same level of efficiency. Now, the management team is being strengthened by a top-notch individual from Germany with vast experience in growth strategies. Intelligent minds are urgently needed everywhere. At Mercedes-Benz, there seems to be too much reliance on the allure of the brand and a popular model. There is hardly any other explanation for the electrification of this off-road design icon. SAP and Amazon Web Services are entering a special German-American relationship. With their joint venture, they are bringing generative AI to companies, thereby increasing productivity. Three solutions from three companies, with a focus on German expertise.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on May 29th, 2024 | 07:15 CEST

Super Micro Computer, Almonty Industries, Nel ASA - Which shares still have potential?

  • Mining
  • Tungsten
  • renewableenergies
  • AI
  • computing

In the dynamic world of the stock market, investors are always on the lookout for shares with significant growth potential. Companies that are active in forward-looking sectors, such as artificial intelligence and hydrogen technology, are particularly exciting at the moment. Additionally, resources like tungsten are seeing increased demand due to innovations. These sectors promise innovative breakthroughs and significant market opportunities that could further increase investment potential. Which stocks have the greatest potential in these areas? We have selected one company from each sector to analyze the promising opportunities in these exciting markets in more detail.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on May 28th, 2024 | 07:00 CEST

The high-tech party à la Nvidia continues! Super Micro Computer, MGI, GameStop and Alphabet in focus

  • hightech
  • Media
  • Digitization
  • AI

Another new NASDAQ all-time high! Meanwhile, things did not look so good the day after the Nvidia figures. The market collapsed by 400 points in just 5 trading hours, but thanks to well-known protagonists, it recovered surprisingly quickly. High-tech investors are currently trading the big growth fantasy of "artificial intelligence" and are patiently waiting for an interest rate signal from the FED. Before then, there will likely be some relief from the ECB. This is because economic development in Europe is not progressing due to Germany's pronounced weakness as a business location. High inflation and the entrenched capital market interest rate are cited as obstacles. This is putting pressure on consumers' budgets. Despite all the prophecies of doom, some business models offer good growth even in challenging economic situations. We provide an insight.

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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on May 24th, 2024 | 07:00 CEST

NVIDIA, Vidac Pharma, Bayer - Opportunities for innovation and growth

  • Pharma
  • Biotechnology
  • Growth
  • AI

The next industrial revolution has begun – companies and countries are working with firms like NVIDIA to transform traditional data centres worth billions of euros into accelerated computing hubs and build a new type of data centre: AI factories to produce artificial intelligence. The areas of application are vast, including data processing, generative AI, pharmaceutical research, weather simulations, robotics and many more. Vidac Pharma, for example, is an exciting candidate in the field of drug research. Their innovative approach in oncology can reverse the function of cancer cells. If successful, Bayer would have less to worry about. The Leverkusen-based company is fighting the wave of US lawsuits in connection with RoundUp®. The glyphosate-based herbicide is suspected of causing cancer. Bayer is now pursuing a new strategy in the face of the six-figure lawsuits. Where do investors find the best innovations and greatest growth opportunities?

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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on May 23rd, 2024 | 08:45 CEST

Defence Therapeutics, Super Micro Computer, Evotec: Fresh patents, revenue explosion, and cyberattacks - These companies overcome all hurdles

  • Biotechnology
  • Pharma
  • AI

Medicine and research go hand in hand. The Canadian biotech company Defence Therapeutics is expanding its patent protection for its platform technology in order to further advance the development of drugs, vaccines, and active ingredients. Data collection and analysis require intelligent solutions such as those from Super Micro Computer. With an incredible 200% increase in revenue, the US company from Silicon Valley is surfing the digital wave of success. Will they continue to rise? Meanwhile, Evotec is grappling with the darker side of digitalization. Due to a cyberattack, the life sciences company is withdrawing from an otherwise lucrative segment. We provide the details.

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