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Commented by Stefan Feulner on August 1st, 2022 | 10:13 CEST

Oil at the beginning of a supercycle - ExxonMobil, Saturn Oil+Gas, Chevron

  • Oil

The electricity of the future will be generated solely by wind and sun, and what's more, only battery-powered electric cars will flood the highways. The fossil fuel age has finally had its day and is being replaced by renewable energies. These words could have come both from the Green party program and from a Grimm Brothers' book of fairy tales because the reality looks different. Fossil fuels still dominate the global energy mix with around 80%, while photovoltaic and wind power plants continue to fail the 5% hurdle. Thus, humanity is at the beginning rather than the end of a new oil supercycle.

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Commented by Nico Popp on July 27th, 2022 | 13:14 CEST

Value stocks for today and the future: McDonald's, Saturn Oil + Gas, Coca-Cola

  • Oil
  • Investments

Especially those who now want to enter the stock market for the long term may be looking for a risk buffer. The value approach has proven its worth. The basic idea is to buy stocks with robust business models at low valuations and thus be protected on the downside even in the event of weak performance. The idea is that stocks we have bought at low prices also have upside potential. We present two typical value stocks and show why even value investors should sometimes break new ground.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on July 20th, 2022 | 13:08 CEST

BP, Saturn Oil + Gas, Shell - The right time to enter oil stocks?

  • Oil
  • greenhydrogen

Since mid-June, the oil price has been on a downward slide. On the one hand, there are concerns about a recession. On the other hand, OPEC has increased the production volume by more than 600,000 barrels per day, at least until the end of August, in order to compensate for the loss of production by Russia. That increases the amount of oil produced worldwide because even Russia is still selling its oil to countries that have not joined the sanctions. So why are analysts like Goldman Sachs still bullish on oil? For one thing, the Ukraine conflict seems to be lingering. Also, China's zero-Covid strategy is currently far from its regular demand. If the Chinese government changes its approach, the oil price will continue to rise in the long term, also due to a lack of investment by oil multinationals.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on June 22nd, 2022 | 13:40 CEST

Nordex, Saturn Oil + Gas, Shell - Reality vs Idealism: Long in oil stocks!

  • Oil
  • Sustainability
  • Investments

The idea that renewable energies will feed the world's entire energy needs is desirable but unrealistic in the short term. In the political debate in Germany, we are currently seeing how far apart the target images of "green" or "sustainable" and security of supply can be. In an exemplary manner - and this is meant with a wink - Europe's largest economy is shutting down its nuclear power plants and now suddenly realizes that its great dependence on Russia's gas supplies is creating a supply risk. Now a ramp-up of coal-fired power plants is supposed to fix it. For logical and forward-looking investors, oil stocks are worth a look.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on June 13th, 2022 | 15:45 CEST

Alibaba, Almonty Industries, Shell - Shares with conspicuous strength in the crisis

  • Tungsten
  • Oil
  • ecommerce

The past week was tough for many investors. First, the ECB declared on Wednesday to raise interest rates, and on Friday, it was announced that the inflation rate in the US rose to 8.6% in May. As a result of these events, the markets collapsed and a number of blue chips suffered, in some cases significantly. But even in the weak phases, some shares buck the general market trend, which is a clear sign of strength. When the market as a whole turns around, it is precisely these stocks that often benefit disproportionately. We have picked out three companies that have held up well in the falling market environment and look closely at their future prospects.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on June 13th, 2022 | 11:56 CEST

No bear market - Saturn Oil + Gas, BYD and Rheinmetall with new momentum

  • Oil
  • Electromobility

Due to the great uncertainties regarding the geopolitical situation and rampant inflation concerns, the markets are correcting drastically. The broad-based US leading index, S&P 500, is at the beginning of a bear market with a loss of almost 20% since the beginning of the year. While fear and panic prevail on the global stock markets, individual stocks from various sectors are moving in the opposite direction and even posting new highs. The seeds for further growth have now been sown at a growing oil producer.

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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on June 9th, 2022 | 11:19 CEST

Shares of Nel ASA, BP, BASF and Saturn Oil + Gas: Goldman bullish on oil price

  • Oil
  • greenhydrogen
  • chemicals
  • Mining

Good news for oil producers such as BP, ExxonMobil and Saturn Oil & Gas: Goldman Sachs has raised its oil price forecasts and expects prices to remain high. The price target for Brent crude was raised from USD 125 to USD 140 per barrel. The reasons given for this are unresolved structural bottlenecks. The oil giant ExxonMobil shot up to a new all-time high in the wake of the news. For Saturn Oil & Gas, a takeover has come at the right time. The Canadian producer wants to double its production again. Nel is also likely to benefit, as the high prices for fossil energies are making it easier to switch to renewables. For BASF, however, the Goldman forecast is bad news, but analysts see considerable upside potential.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on June 8th, 2022 | 10:45 CEST

BP, Desert Gold, Livent - Gold stocks from different sectors

  • Gold
  • Oil
  • Lithium
  • Mining

Why are BP and Livent gold stocks, some readers may ask? The answer is simple, because the gold term is being used for more and more commodities, especially as prices have skyrocketed. Such is the case with oil, the black gold, and lithium, the white gold. "Real" gold, on the other hand, has fallen back to the USD 1850 range after its breakout with the onset of the Ukraine crisis. So which gold should you put your money in now? We take a look at one Company from each sector.

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Commented by Nico Popp on May 31st, 2022 | 11:53 CEST

Funds will not resist here: BASF, Saturn Oil + Gas, Nordex

  • Oil
  • Sustainability
  • ESG

Sustainable investing is the trend. According to the German Federal Investment and Asset Management Association, EUR 580 billion is invested in sustainable funds in Germany alone. And the trend is rising. Younger people in particular attach great importance to sustainability. Since sustainable investing is not detrimental to returns but, on the contrary, can even be beneficial, interest is also growing among older investors. We take a closer look at three stocks!

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Commented by Armin Schulz on May 27th, 2022 | 11:35 CEST

Nordex, Saturn Oil + Gas, JinkoSolar - Energy shares with potential

  • Oil
  • renewableenergies

The hunger for energy is increasing worldwide. The Ukraine crisis has further fueled this situation. Germany in particular is under pressure in this respect after the nuclear phase-out. Renewable energies are supposed to solve the problems, but they are not yet ready. A gas embargo would have dire economic consequences for Germany and is currently not possible. Here, too, we can see that the end of fossil fuels is still some way in the future. China and India are reportedly buying cheap oil from Russia at the moment. That is currently not depressing the oil price, as demand is too great. Today we look at a company from each sector: wind power, oil, and solar energy.

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