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Commented by Stefan Feulner on March 30th, 2021 | 08:12 CEST

Nel ASA, Enapter, Nikola - hydrogen shares on the verge of a comeback!

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The hype surrounding hydrogen companies was abruptly curbed on the stock markets by sharp price falls in recent weeks. In some cases, the stocks' price, which had previously been running hot, fell by more than half. A healthy, strong correction in the upward trend. The goal of creating a carbon-free economy, especially in the energy sector, can hardly be achieved without green hydrogen technologies. Thus, the profiteers of this trend will continue to expand their valuations in the future.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on March 24th, 2021 | 07:26 CET

Siemens Energy, Enapter, ThyssenKrupp - hydrogen or battery? It doesn't matter! Why these companies will profit in any case!

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The strong fluctuations in the price of hydrogen shares are evidence of the current war of faith surrounding our planet's most common element, which is also the simplest in structure: one proton, one electron. Perfection can be so beautifully simple. And yet, it has the potential to change our society from the ground up - the sun shows us how. Admittedly, we are still at the beginning of this development. In the short term, the focus of the capital market is more on the element's practical applications. In this context, many investors are looking at the topic of mobility. What will prevail? Batteries? Hydrogen? One possible answer was recently given by the VW commercial vehicle holding Company Traton SE: a Solomonic "both." Batteries for long-distance traffic, hydrogen for buses, which cannot be recharged for long periods in between. But hydrogen is also of great importance for many other areas of application. That is why the worldwide demand for hydrogen as an energy carrier will increase massively in the next few years in any case. Aurora Energy Research foresees an eightfold increase in hydrogen demand to 2,500 TWh per year by 2050. This estimate corresponds to annual sales of more than EUR 120 billion. The following companies are likely to benefit from the boom quite independently of the development of electromobility.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on March 19th, 2021 | 10:30 CET

Enapter, FuelCell, NEL, Plug Power - hydrogen or battery?

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According to publications of the last few days, the decision has been made in the mobility sector. The markets are clearly focusing on electromobility, and titles such as VW and Varta are in demand as never before. VW had called for an assault on the Tesla bastion at its last press conference. VW can also make a big splash here. It is the world's second-largest automaker and is at the forefront of mass manufacturers in the electricity sector. In this business, size means a high number of hits and positive cash flows, precisely what many hydrogen companies do not yet have, because outside of a few research projects, there is still no business worth mentioning. Billions will now flow into battery development.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on March 11th, 2021 | 09:05 CET

Nel ASA, dynaCERT, Ballard Power - Great entry opportunities!

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Powerful movements in hydrogen stocks. After a violent price correction in recent weeks, a strong countermovement set in on Monday. Did it come to an end, or does the normalization of the partly insane valuation continue? Hydrogen technology will remain a topic of the future, just like the electromobility sector, which has also been hit hard. The question now is which shares will reach new highs and which will fall by the wayside.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on March 5th, 2021 | 10:04 CET

The best hydrogen stocks! Plug Power, Ballard Power, Nel ASA, dynaCERT

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Things are getting exciting in the hydrogen sector. For the past 3 weeks, the question has no longer been where the upward trend will take us; instead, we are primarily interested in how robust a business model is to survive a major stock market correction. Markdowns of a good 30-40% have been made across the industry so far - given price increases of up to 2000%; it is a piece of cake when you calculate from the bottom up. However, some investors have entered the market at the highest prices - unfortunately, that's how mean stock market life is - the last one to bite is the dog. Today, we look at the business models of well-known hydrogen protagonists and go in search of the lost fuel for higher quotations.

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Commented by Nico Popp on March 4th, 2021 | 08:48 CET

NEL, Enapter, Ballard Power: More than a dream of the future

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Hydrogen was the big thing for many speculative investors last year. But recently, share prices have plummeted. What happened? After the highs of the past few months, investors are taking profits. In addition, the market is looking at the bare facts. This view reveals excellent prospects, but also many investments along the way. We present three stocks in check.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on February 25th, 2021 | 09:42 CET

Nel ASA, Enapter, JinkoSolar - Hydrogen: this is going too far!

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There is no question that the future belongs to the hydrogen industry, just as it does to the solar industry. The prospects for renewable energies have improved enormously as a result of climate change. The European Union is pushing ahead as part of the Green Deal, as is the new US President Joe Biden, who wants to achieve an emission-free industry by 2050 at the latest. The result has been two years of hype in share prices, which already contain many future dreams. Now the values are correcting sharply. Is this an end to the exaggerated valuations or merely a short, sharp correction in the upward trend?

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Commented by Nico Popp on February 24th, 2021 | 08:55 CET

BYD, dynaCERT, Plug Power: Three shares for the next five years

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The future of mobility will not involve combustion engines - that much seems certain. But which technology will win the race? E-cars with appropriate batteries or fuel cells? Is it possible that technologies make valuable combustion engines or expensive machines with diesel engines "greener" and thus save essential resources? We introduce three companies and do the future check: What are the prospects for the coming years?

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on February 15th, 2021 | 11:00 CET

Enapter, Ballard Power, Plug Power, Nikola - The never-ending hydrogen story!

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In principle, hydrogen could cover all of our energy needs and chemically replace many fossil carbons. A few examples are climate-neutral fuel for power supply and mobility, manufacturing processes in the steel or chemical industry, as a fuel for heat supply, or as a storage medium for green electricity. The lowest atomic mass element can do all of this; only the universe plays a trick on humankind. The most abundant atom in the universe is virtually non-existent in pure form on our home planet. So, we have to "manufacture" it. Electrolysis, for example, uses electricity to break down water into the elements hydrogen and oxygen.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on February 2nd, 2021 | 07:10 CET

BYD, dynaCERT, NIO - this is the solution!

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The share of e-cars compared to diesel and gasoline vehicles can currently still be described as low. However, the German government is promoting electromobility with, among other things, a purchase premium and the expansion of electric charging stations. In addition, manufacturers are continuously working on optimizing their vehicles and improving the range of the batteries. One can assume that e-cars will further boom in the coming years and replace cars with combustion engines. The plans of politicians to allow only e-cars from 2030 confirms this thesis. Whether or not electric vehicles save CO2 compared to conventional cars remains unanswered. But one Company has been working on a technology that is both logical and groundbreaking.

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