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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on June 2nd, 2022 | 10:38 CEST

Alibaba, JinkoSolar and Hong Lai Huat: Stocks for the stimulus package

  • RealEstate
  • Asia
  • Investments

Asian stocks have been under pressure in recent months due to the Chinese government's strict Zero-COVID strategy with hard lockdowns like in the economic hub of Shanghai. Now they could benefit from easing and a stimulus package. In order to achieve the GDP growth target of 5.5% in 2022, the government in Beijing has put together an economic stimulus package. With 33 measures, private consumption - including the purchase of cars and household appliances - is to be boosted and investments in major projects promoted. It is not only Chinese stocks such as Alibaba and JinkoSolar that should benefit from this. The real estate sector in the entire Asian region should also breathe a sigh of relief and, with it, the Hong Lai Huat share.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on May 25th, 2022 | 13:06 CEST

Asia on the rise - Good rebound opportunities for JinkoSolar, Hong Lai Huat and BYD

  • Asia
  • RealEstate

Asia has become the engine of global growth in recent years. Demographics and digitalization have driven economic and business expansion. Compared to the Western world, for example, the COVID-19 crisis was better managed, and the economy showed greater resilience. After the pandemic, the region is expected to return to a steep growth path. The real estate market is also experiencing strong growth. Alongside China, Hong Kong and Singapore, the Kingdom of Cambodia, in particular, is growing into a new region of prosperity.

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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on May 17th, 2022 | 11:56 CEST

With a focus on Asia: Well positioned with Hong Lai Huat, BYD & Alibaba shares

  • Asia
  • RealEstate
  • Investments

In volatile stock market times, investors win with a smartly positioned portfolio. That includes tangible assets such as real estate, renewable energy in the form of electric cars as the engine of the future, and generally looking to the Asian market for trading platforms such as Alibaba, the biggest top dog alongside Amazon. In countries like Cambodia, with an inflation rate of 2-3%, the economy is booming. Real estate companies like Hong Lai Huat are also focusing on acquiring agricultural land. We look at which stable value assets are optimal to invest in during times of Corona.

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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on May 3rd, 2022 | 13:18 CEST

Adler Group, Amazon, Almonty - Free fall and strong growth

  • Tungsten
  • RealEstate
  • Defense

Investing in real estate is becoming increasingly volatile, whether as a landlord due to higher energy prices or as an investor in the Adler Group. In the latter case, auditor KPMG did not put an audit certificate on the 2021 annual financial statements because it remains unclear how the loss of around EUR 1 billion came about. The share slid into the basement, and four board members resigned. A look across the pond at Amazon, and Amazon Web Services, in particular, shows what can help a balanced portfolio mix. Boeing, the Seattle-based company, has gained a significant customer in the aviation industry. In this industry, the rare earth metal tungsten is in great demand. Thanks to its high density, it protects against radiation and is used for this purpose in the sheathing of aircraft. We take a look at what investors should watch out for now.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on April 27th, 2022 | 12:13 CEST

Hong Lai Huat, Commerzbank, Vonovia - Go for intrinsic values!

  • Inflation
  • RealEstate
  • Investments

Tangible assets such as equities, real estate and commodities remain a strategically correct investment decision in the face of increasingly rising inflation. However, the crystal ball must make a precise forecast of the complex interplay of inflation rates, economic development, external shocks (Corona, Ukraine war) and central bank reactions. With these substance stocks, investors can survive rougher stock market phases.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on April 22nd, 2022 | 12:59 CEST

Exploding interest rates: Nordex, Hong Lai Huat, Deutsche Bank, Commerzbank - How to escape inflation?

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  • Banking

And once again, lockdown in China. According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), a prolonged downturn in Asia would leave significant signs of a slowdown in the global economy. The upward trend of the economies is already permanently burdened by disrupted supply chains, exploding supplier prices, and sharply rising interest rates. Actually, this would be the programmed swan song for the stock markets. But far from it: For 4 weeks, the stock markets have been gradually rising, and the DAX is currently even delivering buy signals. Investors are probably speculating on the lush dividend season and an imminent end to the war in Ukraine. Until then, however, the conveyor belts in some industries will stand still for a while. What are the current opportunities and risks?

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Commented by Armin Schulz on April 13th, 2022 | 17:54 CEST

Deutsche Bank, Hong Lai Huat, Vonovia - Real estate market remains hot

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The Federal Statistical Office announced on April 8: Construction prices were up 14.3% YOY in February. A nightmare for future builders. In addition, there are supply chain problems and a lack of tradesmen. The Ukraine conflict has also caused energy prices to skyrocket, which will cause additional price increases. Manufacturing, transportation, everything is getting more expensive. In March, inflation in Germany was 7.3%, the highest it has been in over 40 years. To break the spiral, the ECB would have to raise interest rates. Initially, this was planned for the 3rd quarter, but the pressure is growing as inflation rises faster and faster. Rising interest rates would be good for the banks. However, there is no relief in sight for the real estate market.

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Commented by Nico Popp on April 7th, 2022 | 14:25 CEST

The alternative to concrete gold: Vonovia, Hong Lai Huat, HeidelbergCement

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  • Gold

Concrete gold and tangible assets - these two terms have probably been used the most in the past ten years or more. The run on real estate began as early as after the great financial crisis. In retrospect, it is almost amusing that the first warnings of a bursting real estate bubble were sounded as early as the mid-10s. But the trend continued, on and on. Most recently, residential real estate prices have risen by around 12% in a single quarter. Once again, warnings of an end to the upswing are being voiced, such as by Deutsche Bank. But how strongly can real estate correct? Or will the real estate boom continue? Today, we present three shares as an alternative to apartments and highlight the particular advantages of real estate shares.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on March 28th, 2022 | 12:34 CEST

Deutsche Bank, Hong Lai Huat, Commerzbank - Strong comeback

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  • Financial

Following Russia's invasion of Ukraine and the subsequent sanctions, banks, in particular, lost disproportionately in stock market value. Concerns about possible loan defaults in neighboring Eastern European countries caused the major European banks and domestic financial institutions such as Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank to plummet in the short term. In recent days, however, it is precisely these stocks that showed relative strength, driven above all by interest rate fantasies triggered by the US Federal Reserve.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on March 18th, 2022 | 10:42 CET

The China stock rally - Alibaba, Hong Lai Huat, Tencent, Baidu: Buy or Sell?

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  • Technology

What a rebound! For months, SEC threats pounded the Chinese ADRs on the NASDAQ. Lack of transparency, arbitrary government intervention and flawed accounting could negatively impact US investment goals. With her investment firm ARK, Cathie Wood was an early responder, blowing the whistle on Chinese tech stocks as early as mid-2021, but even her ARK Innovation ETF is down over 50% from the high. However, the Alibaba share took the cake, plummeting a full 75% from its high by mid-March 2022. In the aftermath of the sell-off, the Hang Seng Index made its most significant positive daily jump in 15 years, gaining 11% at its peak. Is this the turnaround now? We take a closer look.

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