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Commented by Stefan Feulner on May 25th, 2021 | 10:50 CEST

ThyssenKrupp, SunMirror, Siemens Energy - Putting the energy transition in jeopardy

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The pandemic issue is slowly fading into the background on the news pages. The energy transition is currently on everyone's lips again. Of course, the election campaign is beginning. The German Green Party positions itself and is calling for a complete switch to alternative energies. On its homepage, you can read the sentence: "We have a plan for the energy world of the future!" However, whether this plan has been thought through to the last point can be more than doubted. Phasing out climate-damaging coal and switching to completely alternative energies requires raw materials whose import is in no way guaranteed for the next few years due to scarcity.

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Commented by Nico Popp on May 25th, 2021 | 08:44 CEST

Barrick Gold, Newmont, GSP Resource: With this stock from the start

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Gold is trading around USD 1,900 again. At the same time, inflation data is picking up and Bitcoin is proving extremely volatile. These are good conditions for companies in the gold and commodities sectors. Although the shares of the best-known representatives are already slowly picking up, there are still numerous laggards. Commodity stocks have a lot to offer, from conservative to speculative - we outline this below using three stocks as examples.

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Commented by Nico Popp on May 11th, 2021 | 14:50 CEST

Deutsche Rohstoff AG, Gazprom, Barrick Gold: Commodities in demand as never before - how to profit

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Commodities have always been considered a sensible addition to portfolios. Now, however, the situation around wood, copper and oil seems to be getting worse. In many places, raw materials are already in short supply, and prices are rising, fueling concerns about rising inflation. Investors can bet on companies in the sector to guard against this and profit from the run on raw materials. We present three exciting stocks.

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Commented by Nico Popp on May 5th, 2021 | 09:10 CEST

Varta, BYD, SunMirror: Short-term prospects in check

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Shares related to electromobility and hydrogen have been the yield drivers in recent months. But why are stocks like Varta and BYD weakening now? After the enormous price increases, speculators are pulling back. But this is not necessarily a bad signal. Stocks showing relative strength in the current phase could be at the forefront of the subsequent rise. We outline three exciting investment stories.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on May 3rd, 2021 | 13:53 CEST

Barrick Gold, Desert Gold Ventures, BP - The commodity bulls are getting ready to jump!

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Those who make proper use of the cyclicality on the commodity markets can earn a lot of money. In addition, commodity types are abundant such as precious metals, oil & gas, industrial metals or the broad field of strategic metals and rare earth metals. Precious metals stocks currently offer many opportunities. Goldman Sachs forecasts a gold price of USD 2,000 for the second half of the year. Demand for silver significantly exceeds supply, which should also lead to a price increase in the coming months. Already a year ago, the US bank JP Morgan drew a very bullish scenario for oil and was correct. In the following, we present three yield boosters for your portfolio.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on May 2nd, 2021 | 18:54 CEST

Aixtron, SunMirror, Everfuel - Emergency braking for electric mobility!

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The chip shortage triggered by the blow-up of supply chains due to the Corona lockdowns is hitting the automotive industry with full force at the moment. Daimler has already had to put thousands of employees on short-time work at its plants in Rastatt and Bremen. The situation is similar at VW and even at the Korean carmaker Hyundai. The procurement of the necessary raw materials, caused by the increased demand due to the energy transition, will also be a considerable challenge in the future, not only for the electric car industry.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on April 15th, 2021 | 07:33 CEST

SunMirror, 88 Energy, Gazprom - Commodity prices pick up

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US oil reserves are shrinking, and at the same time, demand forecasts are being revised upward by OPEC and the International Energy Agency. The reason for this is the assumption that the Corona pandemic will calm down in the current year and will ultimately lead to an increase in global oil demand.
In general, commodity prices are picking up on the expectation of an economic recovery. Thus, gold has also left the lows of 2 weeks ago and is currently struggling to break the critical USD 1,750 mark. The first attempt was rejected.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on April 15th, 2021 | 07:09 CEST

K+S, SKRR, Klöckner Co. - Where are the missing puzzle pieces?

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Cyclical investments have the advantage of a certain predictability. Nevertheless, each new chapter and the corresponding script differs, sometimes only slightly, sometimes quite significantly. As far as the cyclicality of commodities is concerned, very diverse categories exist within the asset class so that favorable entry opportunities lurk almost at any time. We have brought you a colorful bouquet of commodities, including potash, gold and steel. Which share is ahead?

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Commented by Armin Schulz on April 13th, 2021 | 08:45 CEST

Barrick, BP, Scottie Resources - Commodities cannot be printed

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Last week was dominated by FED Chairman Jerome Powell's speech at the IMF. Powell reiterated that inflation, which had been a concern for some investors in the short term, was under control and not a cause for concern. He attributed inflationary pressures primarily to higher commodity prices. After all, you cannot print commodities - unlike paper money. For this reason, we will take a look at commodity stocks today.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on April 7th, 2021 | 09:58 CEST

SKRR Exploration, First Majestic Silver, Millennial Lithium - Commodities in demand as never before!

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Commodity prices are spiraling upwards almost daily. The demand for industrial metals is higher than it has been for the last 10 years, and it seems that industrial companies can hardly save themselves from orders despite the pandemic. Yesterday was also a day for precious metals, and they were able to gain 1-2% across the board. In gold, the critical line around USD 1,680 has recently held again, and now the market is trying to take out the upper boundary lines at USD 1,790 and USD 1,835. Due to the omnipresent inflation, the spark should also finally jump in gold. The other metal prices have long since followed the global inflation.

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