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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on September 22nd, 2022 | 10:25 CEST

Moderna, BrainChip Holdings, Infineon - And the winner is?

  • chips
  • AI
  • Technology

For many years now, the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) has been selecting the 50 most innovative companies in the world. A few days ago, the hit list was published for the sixteenth time. The top ranks are occupied by Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Alphabet and Tesla. German companies are only found with Siemens from rank 20. Innovations play an important role for investors because they enable competitive advantages, which sooner or later translates into rising share prices. But global companies are not always the only ones to be considered; it is often lucrative to look at the second tier.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on September 7th, 2022 | 13:41 CEST

Artificial intelligence shopping with these stocks: Infineon, BrainChip, Porsche, VW

  • chips
  • AI
  • Electromobility

It is hard to imagine tomorrow's high-tech applications without them: small, miniaturized chips that take over the intelligent control of our modern appliances. These nimble marvels must not only perform their programmed tasks but also save power and space. Engineering centers worldwide are trying to develop chips that learn from exogenous influences, i.e. that detect their environment through speech recognition or corresponding sensor technology, evaluate states and develop reaction categories. For example, if an object the size of a ball rolls from the right edge of the road across the center of the lane, such systems are supposed to trigger braking with the help of optics and sensor technology. Bravo if it works - where are the opportunities in the current stock downturn?

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Commented by Armin Schulz on August 8th, 2022 | 12:45 CEST

Infineon, BrainChip, Nvidia - Chip shortage will continue in 2022

  • AI
  • Technology
  • Digitization
  • chips

The chip shortage is not only omnipresent in the automotive industry. Most recently, AOK was no longer able to issue electronic health cards to its policyholders because the chips were missing. According to McKinsey, the semiconductor industry is expected to grow by 6-8% annually until 2030. Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan could further fuel the chip crisis in the future. It is important to know that the island nation produces about two-thirds of all microchips needed worldwide. There is a latent danger that China will want to annex Taiwan. The USA is already trying to make itself less dependent on Asia. To that end, a USD 369 billion semiconductor manufacturing stimulus bill has been passed by Congress. Today we look at three companies that will benefit from the investment.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on August 3rd, 2022 | 12:52 CEST

Is the turnaround coming for chip stocks? Intel, Nvidia, BrainChip, Aixtron and AMD

  • Technology
  • AI

Last year, semiconductors were declared the new gold due to blown-up supply chains and the resulting shortages. After the recent boom and the build-up of overcapacity, the market could now grind to a halt by 2023 at the latest. High inflation, a global economic downturn and a possible recession in the industry could do the rest. Last week, Intel was already in the red with a slump in sales. In contrast, other companies from the chip sector could report positive surprises.

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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on July 22nd, 2022 | 12:14 CEST

Netflix, Amazon, BrainChip - AI drives growth

  • AI
  • Innovations
  • Technology

Our future is connected and increasingly interactive. Streaming providers like Netflix are personalizing content thanks to machine learning systems, but the Company is running out of users. Meanwhile, Amazon's voice assistant Alexa is up and running. At its developer conference two days ago, Ambience Intelligence announced for the first time that Alexa would take over digital assists in the smart connected home in the future. In order for Alexa to become an independent learning entity in the first place, companies like BrainChip are creating just the right human-machine interface technologies. And smart home is just a small part of the huge AI growth market with smart neuromorphic chip technologies.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on June 15th, 2022 | 11:45 CEST

K+S, Erin Ventures, Nvidia - Buy high-class shares when the cannons roar

  • borate
  • AI
  • chips
  • fertilizer

The markets have lost a lot of ground in the past few days. Among them are companies excellently positioned for the future and are among the major players in their respective fields. Warren Buffet follows the maxim: "Be fearful when others are greedy, and be greedy when others are fearful." The Fear and Greed Index stands at 18 on extreme fear. So it is time to get quality into your portfolio. Today we look at three companies that seem promising in the long term.

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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on June 10th, 2022 | 10:47 CEST

AI driving growth in tech stocks: Apple, BrainChip, Amazon

  • Technology
  • chips
  • AI

Apple is entering the healthcare market and unearthing a treasure trove of sensitive patient data that can improve the lives of many people around the world. The latest updates in hardware and software enable close monitoring of body vital signs and medication intake. A boon for families with, for example, parents with heart disease. To keep such highly sensitive data in safe places, Australian company BrainChip has an IP on the market that allows self-learning AI systems to stay right on the chip, secure as Fort Knox, free from the cloud. The exact opposite is bringing Amazon strong share price gains. Its web services help the share price jump rapidly.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on May 31st, 2022 | 13:22 CEST

Chip shares turn - Infineon, Nvidia and BrainChip in the next upward wave

  • AI
  • chips
  • Innovations

Despite the chip shortage that has persisted since last year and the associated booming business of manufacturers, they came under a lot of pressure on the stock market in recent weeks in the wake of the weak overall market. The prospects for the industry remain positive, the semiconductor shortage will continue until at least 2023, and the order books of the producers are full to bursting. Now, many companies are starting to bottom out. In the long term, Nvidia and AMD are likely to be quoted significantly higher. A newcomer is also making a run for the top again after a lengthy correction phase.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on May 25th, 2022 | 11:46 CEST

Infineon, BrainChip, Daimler, Volkswagen - High-tech stocks at their best!

  • Electromobility
  • AI
  • Innovations

The global automotive business is operating according to new laws. That is because e-mobility is a done deal, and if politicians' pronouncements are anything to go by, combustion engines will be history from 2030. As a result, the prerequisites for the industry are also changing because intelligent and powerful chips remain the basis for the further development of future mobility. Supply chains and Chinese reliability are still a problem, and high raw material prices will not make the new vehicles any cheaper. Innovations could be an effective means of combating the erosion of margins. Who is ahead in the market of high-tech players?

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Commented by Nico Popp on May 9th, 2022 | 12:50 CEST

Progress at any price! Mercedes-Benz, BrainChip, Varta

  • Technology
  • AI
  • Electromobility

People want mobility. We cannot convey a future full of renunciation. Instead, sustainable innovations must be made attractive. What sounds like squaring the circle from today's perspective can become a well-rounded affair in the long term - if ideas meet technology. We present three stocks related to the future of mobility and explain where investors can also see the potential.

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