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Commented by Nico Popp on April 14th, 2021 | 08:18 CEST

BYD, Rock Tech Lithium, Varta: The mobility revolution starts now

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Nowadays, when major automakers run commercials, they are almost always exclusively ads for electric cars. Even if e-cars were a fig leaf for automakers until recently, they are now getting serious. Volkswagen announced an electrification offensive weeks ago and emphasized its intention to invest massively in its supply chains, referring to battery metals and batteries. This commitment is also urgently needed - competitors from the Far East have already come a long way.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on April 8th, 2021 | 09:32 CEST

Volkswagen, Rock Tech Lithium, NIO - It is getting dramatic for Germany!

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Metal processing industries and steel manufacturers in Germany are increasingly reporting delivery problems and rising costs resulting from significantly increasing raw material prices. Due to the strong growth in demand resulting from the energy transition, it is becoming increasingly difficult to secure the supply of raw materials in the long term. The dependence on China, which currently has a virtual monopoly on many metals, has been evident for a long time. As early as 2008, the then German President Horst Köhler called for a raw materials strategy for the Federal Republic. Little has happened since then, but the bottleneck is steadily approaching. According to the motto of a former SPD politician: "Germany is doing away with itself."

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on March 23rd, 2021 | 13:56 CET

Varta, Rock Tech Lithium, Millennial Lithium - all signs point to growth

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Electromobility and technology are inextricably linked to the topic of energy storage. Leading scientists predict lithium batteries and lithium-ion batteries will continue to dominate this decade. Market experts predict a fivefold increase in lithium demand by 2025. In this context, it is becoming increasingly important that lithium deposits outside China are developed to create the greatest possible security of supply. We introduce you to two companies that could become important lithium producers in the future. We also take a closer look at Varta's plans to enter the e-mobility market. Who is the most significant yield driver for your portfolio?

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on March 17th, 2021 | 12:50 CET

Rock Tech Lithium, Varta, Volkswagen - The German battery is coming!

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If the statements of German board members are to be believed, Tesla is now facing a strong headwind from Europe. Tesla will invest around EUR 6 billion in the Gigafactory near Potsdam. Industry analysts estimate that the German automotive industry will invest around EUR 25 billion in the development of e-mobility in 2021 alone. The industry has woken up, leaving the sleeper car and meeting for a strategy session in the front railcar. It is time to look at stocks that can live up to this trend because they have recognized the signs of the times.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on March 2nd, 2021 | 10:11 CET

BYD, Rock Tech Lithium, Xiaomi - Licensed to print money!

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The triumph of electric cars continues unabated, with new players constantly entering the market. The era of fossil vehicles seems to be over. What is overlooked is that the significantly increasing demand can hardly be met in the future due to the lack of raw materials. The demand for lithium batteries is enormous. One Company is now planning a major coup and wants to become the first and most important producer in Europe. The signs are good. If the plan succeeds, a new unicorn will be born.

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Commented by Nico Popp on February 18th, 2021 | 10:40 CET

NIO, Rock Tech Lithium, Volkswagen: Forget hydrogen!

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The pandemic shows it: humans are social creatures who long for their loved ones and want to experience something in good company. Mobility is the key to this. In the face of climate change and air pollution, electric cars are an obvious solution. But if you look at the stock market, you might think that hydrogen has now overtaken e-mobility. But that is by no means the case. Hydrogen still struggles with lower efficiency and is probably primarily suitable for large energy storage systems or ships. For passenger cars, the advantages of classic electric vehicles with batteries currently outweigh the disadvantages.

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