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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on July 27th, 2023 | 08:05 CEST

Plenty of upside potential: Plug Power, Standard Lithium, Defense Metals

  • Mining
  • RareEarths
  • Lithium
  • renewableenergies

After Nel ASA exceeded sales expectations in the second quarter, Goldman Sachs recommended the stock as a buy. The price target is NOK 20, offering almost 50% upside potential. Now Plug Power is also recommended as a buy, and analysts see a significantly higher price potential. Experts see nearly 200% price potential for Standard Lithium after the Company published convincing drilling results. Not yet on the screen of analysts is Defense Metals. But this could change soon. The Company is developing an exciting rare earths project in North America, and the preliminary economic valuation of over CAD 500 million gives the stock plenty of upside.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on July 27th, 2023 | 07:15 CEST

BioNTech, Defiance Silver, Vonovia - Waiting for the turnaround

  • Mining
  • Silver
  • Turnaround
  • Biotechnology
  • RealEstate

The stock market is not a one-way street, so it happens time and again that companies that initially performed well run into problems, leading to falling prices. After an extended period of underperformance, bargain hunters often step in, seeking the right entry point to profit from a potential turnaround. One announcement can turn the tide and influence the price of a stock. We have selected three candidates where a turnaround could be imminent, provided an appropriate news catalyst exists.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on July 26th, 2023 | 07:35 CEST

Climate protection, yes, but why is the plan not working out? Nikola, Nordex, Saturn Oil + Gas and JinkoSolar in focus

  • Mining
  • Oil
  • Gas
  • renewableenergies
  • Energy
  • Solar

The world often presents itself differently than it really is. In Germany, for example, there is a shortage of oil and gas, which is a major burden for industry and private consumers. Renewable energies now account for 56% of the installed nominal value of all power plants, but unfortunately, they cannot meet baseload demand. If there is little sunshine and no wind, gas and coal-fired power plants must be shifted up a gear to meet energy consumption. Oil, in particular, remains the base material for 100,000 products that contain plastic. So the green dream of complete independence from fossil fuels will not happen for a while. Where are the opportunities for investors?

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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on July 26th, 2023 | 07:10 CEST

Raw materials war - is China getting serious? BASF, Mercedes-Benz, Almonty Industries

  • Mining
  • Tungsten
  • Electromobility
  • rawmaterials

Energy transition, smartphones, semiconductors, armaments and more are driving our hunger for critical raw materials. But woe betide if China gets serious and severely restricts the export of critical raw materials. There is already a foretaste: the minerals gallium and germanium can no longer be exported without Beijing's approval. China is by far the leading producer of critical raw materials and rare earths. The EU gets 71% of its gallium and 45% of its germanium from China. So it urgently needs alternative suppliers. In the case of tungsten, Almonty Industries could provide supply. The Company is on the verge of starting operations at a huge mine in South Korea. From 2024, sales and profits are expected to climb sharply. Mercedes could also benefit from this. The Stuttgart-based company has just announced plans to invest billions more in electromobility. BASF, on the other hand, is going straight to China.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on July 25th, 2023 | 10:25 CEST

Attention - Turnaround ahead! TUI, Globex Mining, Vodafone, Deutsche Bank. Look closely now!

  • Mining
  • Vanadium
  • Commodities
  • Travel
  • Banking

In strong upward movements on the stock market, there are always trend stocks that lead the cycle. So far in 2023, GreenTech, IT and AI stocks have consistently produced new highs. Measured by the DAX price index, the market is still 25% below its historic highs, and the NASDAQ 100, the index of technology stocks, is still 700 points or 5% short of its all-time high. However, there are noticeable stocks with promising prospects that have not yet been in the spotlight. Here are some examples.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on July 25th, 2023 | 10:05 CEST

Manuka Resources, JinkoSolar, BYD - Vanadium, a critical raw material in the energy transition

  • Mining
  • Vanadium
  • Electromobility
  • Batteries

The energy transition is a crucial step towards a sustainable energy supply. The storage of solar energy and the optimization of batteries for electric vehicles are important topics in this context. Vanadium can play a key role in these areas. The critical raw material is used in the battery industry as a cathode material in redox flow batteries, primarily for energy storage. Whether vanadium will also find its way into batteries for electric vehicles remains to be seen. Originally, the material was used as an important alloying metal in structural and tool steels to refine the steel.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on July 24th, 2023 | 08:20 CEST

BYD, Varta and FREYR - who will build the perfect battery? First Phosphate with a big deal!

  • Mining
  • phosphate
  • Batteries
  • BatteryMetals
  • Electromobility

E-mobility is still in its infancy globally, with just 25.9 million pure electric vehicles on the road out of around 1.3 billion vehicles worldwide. The share is, therefore, just under 2%. Nevertheless, sales are growing strongly, especially in China, Europe and the US. China is the most important production country for electric cars. It is forecast that around 13 million e-cars will be produced in the Middle Kingdom in 2023, more than in Germany and the US combined. The production costs of e-cars are still significantly higher than those of combustion engines. The main price drivers are the batteries, which use rare metals in their production. China's dominance in the field of battery innovations is currently still very pronounced. Where are the opportunities for investors?

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Commented by Nico Popp on July 20th, 2023 | 08:15 CEST

Turning point in uranium: ThyssenKrupp Nucera, GoviEx Uranium, Cameco

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • Hydrogen
  • Electromobility

The energy issue is a concern for industry and citizens. Consumers, in particular, are now so unsettled that they have decided to wait and see. But passivity is not a good advisor. Within industry, it has long been clear that hydrogen is the key to climate neutrality - the successful IPO of ThyssenKrupp Nucera underscores this. But there are energy alternatives: An agreement between Canada and Ukraine shines a spotlight on uranium.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on July 20th, 2023 | 07:30 CEST

Rheinmetall, Viva Gold, Palantir - Unstoppable

  • Mining
  • Gold
  • Software
  • armaments

Remember the stock market adage, "Sell in May and go away"? Those who would have said goodbye to the stock market this year would have missed out on a lot. Driven by AI hype, the Nasdaq technology exchange alone rose by almost 25%, while the S&P 500 climbed by around 13%. The crypto and precious metals markets also ended their winter hibernation and are on the verge of striking buy signals.

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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on July 20th, 2023 | 07:00 CEST

Plug Power and ThyssenKrupp with hydrogen momentum! Profit with Globex Mining

  • Mining
  • Commodities
  • Hydrogen
  • Electromobility

Hydrogen and electromobility are gaining momentum once again. First, there was the successful IPO of ThyssenKrupp Nucera, followed by record sales at Nel ASA and record profits at BYD. Plug Power and Globex Mining should also benefit from the positive sentiment. Plug Power has jumped and gained over 10% in the last few days. Analysts see further upside potential. The same is true for Globex Mining, which, as a mining incubator in North America, was allowed to profit from the next commodity boom. Analysts see 100% upside potential for ThyssenKrupp shares.

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