Commented by Juliane Zielonka on April 27th, 2023 | 08:30 CEST
Vonovia, Desert Gold Ventures, Daimler Truck - Solid growth surprises investors
Vonovia has secured a strong US partner to further secure its real estate business in Germany. Proceeds from the investment will support Vonovia's capital allocation plans while giving Apollo's insurance and institutional clients access to a portfolio of long-term, high-quality assets. High quality is also the acreage Desert Gold Ventures is exploring in Mali, Africa. New gold exploration areas have been defined that show promise. Gold will continue to gain importance in the near future, as it is a valuable component of numerous solutions in the energy transition. According to Daimler Truck CEO Daum, progress is still far too slow. But the Q1/23 result exceeds all expectations.Read
Commented by Fabian Lorenz on April 13th, 2023 | 10:52 CEST
Vonovia, Barrick Gold, Blackrock Silver: Gold and silver shares in demand again
Gold and silver continue to develop strongly. The prices for the precious metals are shooting upward this week. Price targets for gold ranging from USD 2,500 to USD 3,000 are creating a good mood. And new all-time highs are also expected for silver. Meanwhile, shares in the sector can also profit from this. Barrick Gold looks very interesting from a chart perspective, and analysts will probably have to adjust the assumed gold price upward in their earnings forecasts. The second sector giant Newmont, on the other hand, has opened the takeover carousel. Therefore, it should only be a matter of time before the explorers also jump on board. Blackrock Silver, for example, has exciting silver and lithium projects. And all of them are in the US. Experts also see initial entry opportunities in "concrete gold". After the sell-off, analysts recommend investing in Vonovia real estate shares.Read
Commented by Nico Popp on April 5th, 2023 | 12:30 CEST
Crisis comeback? There is a solution! Deutsche Bank, Vonovia, Globex Mining
March was a dark month for the shares of Deutsche Bank and Vonovia - the prices of both companies fell by more than 20%. In recent weeks, the uncertainty surrounding banks and real estate companies was too great. At the same time, the gold price rose significantly and even surpassed the USD 2,000 mark. We look at what the contrasting price movements mean and where laggards can be found.Read
Commented by Fabian Lorenz on March 30th, 2023 | 13:19 CEST
Panic at Vonovia and Plug Power - Barrick Gold and Tocvan Ventures shine
Concrete gold? Real estate stocks are currently in an absolute panic. The share of Germany's industry leader Vonovia recovered somewhat yesterday, but an end to the downward slide is not in sight. Analysts are also skeptical. The range of price targets is broad, and there is already speculation about an (emergency) capital increase. So buy or sell? The Plug Power share could also use some buying. From a chart perspective, the situation is critical. Fuel cells for smaller forklifts are now being offered. The situation is different at Barrick Gold. The group's share is about to break out to the upside. Price targets for gold of USD 3,000 provide for a good mood. Tocvan Ventures should also benefit from this. The gold and silver explorer published news about its project in Mexico yesterday, and the stock is waking from its slumber - there appears to be further air to the upside.Read
Commented by Nico Popp on March 29th, 2023 | 08:15 CEST
Market failure! Highs and lows at BASF, Myriad Uranium, Vonovia
We all know efficient markets from the textbook. There, buyers and sellers always come together - and in the end, there is no apple left over. In reality, markets are highly complex and are sometimes dependent on external factors that can change everything overnight. Today we look at BASF's business in China, the real estate market and the emerging market for uranium.Read
Commented by Fabian Lorenz on March 23rd, 2023 | 08:00 CET
Gold to USD 3,000? Barrick Gold and Desert Gold profit. What is going on at Vonovia?
Will the price of gold rise to USD 3,000 per ounce before the end of the year? That is what investment professional Leigh Goehring thinks is possible. He is a managing director at Goehring & Rozencwajg, manages a commodity fund, among other things, and expects a "decade of inflation." If the forecast comes true, gold stocks will at least be an attractive portfolio addition. In addition to industry heavyweights like Barrick Gold, explorers can be worthwhile as leverage to the gold price. One such explorer is Desert Gold. The share of the Canadian company reacted yesterday with a price jump of over 10% to a project update. In contrast, the outlook for "concrete gold" remains challenging. Vonovia, for example, was once again downgraded by analysts despite the significant share price losses of recent months. At the same time, there are also positive comments.Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on March 16th, 2023 | 12:07 CET
Alpina Holdings, Vonovia, Credit Suisse - Real estate market booms in Asia, Europe staggers along
The Silicon Valley Bank knockout is also making its rounds on this side of the Atlantic. Credit Suisse shares are currently reeling, sliding 30% lower, after its main shareholder ruled out further support. This helped drag down all European banks. That is not all. The real estate industry across Europe is also trembling as the EU Parliament has passed a resolution for the compulsory renovation of all houses. By 2050, all buildings in Europe are to be climate-neutral. As early as 2028, only buildings that are considered "emission-free" are to be allowed to be built. Existing buildings will have to be refurbished if they are deemed to be in poor condition. That means immense renovation costs for the Vonovia real estate group, which is suspected of corruption. The Singapore-based company Alpina Holdings is in a better position here. The Company builds and manages both public and private properties in the Lion City. Read here what this means for investors.Read
Commented by Armin Schulz on March 6th, 2023 | 14:15 CET
Alibaba, Alpina Holdings, NIO - Buy Asian stocks now?
The ECB has so far failed to keep pace with the US in terms of interest rate hikes. The reward for this was inflation of 8.7% in Germany in January. The value is expected to remain at this level in February. The Federal Statistical Office recently made changes to the shopping basket and used 2020 instead of 2015 as the base year for the calculation. The high energy prices, especially in Germany, are causing great uncertainty in industry. BASF has already decided to invest several billion euros in China. There have been positive impulses for the economy from China since the easing of the Corona measures. An economic upswing could be imminent here. Reason enough to take a closer look at three companies from Asia.Read
Commented by Fabian Lorenz on March 1st, 2023 | 13:55 CET
Nel ASA, TUI and Alpina Holdings: Shares with up to 100% price potential?
The reporting season is in full swing. The 2022 figures are an opportunity for investors to review their investment decisions and, if necessary, reposition themselves for 2023. For one of our three companies, analysts see up to 100% upside potential but also a "sell". The figures from Nel ASA were awaited with great excitement. Since last year, hydrogen companies have been good for a surprise every time they open their books - unfortunately, more of a negative one lately. Nel has also seen its fair share of good and bad news, and the first analysts have spoken out. At TUI, analyst comments are rather negative. Analyst opinion: Better than feared, but not good enough. In contrast, Alpina Holdings offers a favorable valuation and a dividend yield of 3%. Yet 2022 was relatively quiet for the real estate company from Singapore. In the future, margins and earnings should rise again.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on February 16th, 2023 | 21:58 CET
Attention. Climate and Tech Rally 3.0 continues - Are Alibaba, PayPal, Alpina Holdings and TUI in the Champions League?
The year is only just six weeks old, and already big winners can be spotted on the stock market. The correction of tech stocks in 2022 prompted many investors to open a new bet in 2023, and they were broadly right. Tesla is up 100%, Alibaba is up 80%, and Infineon is at least 50% higher. The IPO of Ionos has not been convincing so far, and as is well known, what is not can still be because the share is not expensive. We go in search of the next climbers.Read