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Commented by Armin Schulz on June 27th, 2022 | 13:39 CEST

SAP, Kleos Space, RWE - Crisis-resistant stocks that belong in the portfolio

  • Space
  • bigdata
  • Digitization

Even though the mood on the markets has brightened somewhat in the past week, the Fear and Greed Index rose from 14 to 18, so the uncertainty on the markets is still palpable. One must pick companies whose business models will work well in the long run. These companies have also suffered setbacks from the current market environment but are well prepared for the challenges ahead. We have picked three companies that should benefit from the tough times ahead.

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Commented by Nico Popp on June 23rd, 2022 | 12:59 CEST

SPD's Klingbeil: Germany as a "leading power" - Rheinmetall, Kleos Space, Airbus

  • Space
  • Defense
  • armaments

Armaments were long considered the "grubby child" of the capital market. The trend toward ESG-compliant investments ensured that the defense industry was excluded from many investment instruments from the outset. But then came February 24 with all its consequences. In the meantime, even SPD party leader Lars Klingbeil has come out in favour of Germany assuming the role of a "leading power" in military and diplomatic matters. Although the connection between "leadership ordered" and "leadership received" in Germany under Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz is not so clear so far, the political mills grind slowly, as is well known - especially in Germany. It is a good thing that rearmament is an international trend - at least for investors. We take a look at three stocks.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on April 20th, 2022 | 11:34 CEST

SAP, Kleos Space, TeamViewer - Profiting from technological progress

  • Space
  • bigdata

It is a first in world history. The currently ongoing Ukraine conflict is the first major war in which commercially available satellite imagery plays an important role in providing information about troop movements, military buildups in neighboring countries, and refugee flows. These images are provided by private satellite companies, which provide global geolocation data as a service using AI-powered technology and deliver it to customers such as governments, intelligence agencies or insurance companies. The market for satellite-based data is growing enormously, and company valuations still promise significant upside potential.

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Commented by Nico Popp on April 12th, 2022 | 18:33 CEST

The biggest crisis since 1945: Rheinmetall, Kleos Space, Airbus

  • armaments
  • Space

Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock has spoken out in favor of supplying "heavy weapons" to Ukraine. For years, arms deliveries were a thorn in the side of the Greens. It is remarkable that Baerbock, who has always been considered "Realo", is now even counted among the "hawks" on the big international political stage. Even though critics from all ranks may interpret the move negatively, Baerbock is demonstrating pragmatism and toughness. These qualities could be the key to de-escalation in the most profound crisis since World War II. We examine the current economic climate and look at three companies and their shares.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on March 28th, 2022 | 13:40 CEST

Rheinmetall, Hensoldt, Kleos Space - These stocks have the Ukraine perspective!

  • Space
  • armaments

No one would have thought that the sense of peace and security that Europe has built over the past 75 years could dissolve in just 4 weeks. The war in Ukraine is taking on unimagined traits, with threats between East and West intensifying at what feels like 24-hour intervals. With each verbal attack by Joe Biden, communications become tighter and more threatening. What will our world look like after another 4 weeks? We do not know. At any rate, the capital markets are trying to price in the consequences of the war. They are still relatively optimistic, possibly even too positive, considering the enormous inflationary pushes and the still unclear economic effects. We look at some price outliers in this explosive environment.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on March 23rd, 2022 | 12:01 CET

Rheinmetall, Kleos Space, Lufthansa - Which shares benefit from the war-related supply chain problems?

  • Space
  • travel

Supply chain problems began in earnest with Corona, and just when it seemed the situation was returning to normal, the Ukraine conflict started. We are already seeing the effects in the supermarket today. Once again, no toilet paper, and you also have to be lucky with cooking oil, pasta and flour. But the industry is also suffering, with the automotive, pharmaceutical and chemical sectors being particularly affected. It is not only due to a lack of materials but also to longer transport routes, as Russia, for its part, has closed its airspace to foreign machinery. Imports from China thus have a longer route - the only alternative remains shipping, which in turn is significantly slower.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on March 17th, 2022 | 12:45 CET

RWE, Kleos Space, TeamViewer - Powerful rebound

  • Space

The Ukraine conflict still dominates the markets around the globe. However, most indices have been playing a de-escalation scenario in recent days. The DAX has already made up more than 2,000 points since its low. In contrast, precious metals such as gold and silver are losing massively, and the oil markets are reducing the exaggeration, at least in the short term. In terms of individual stocks, it is mainly the hard-hit banks and financial services companies performing well. In contrast, there are still attractive opportunities in various technology stocks.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on March 9th, 2022 | 12:14 CET

Kleos Space, Palantir, Deutsche Bank - Data like gold

  • Space
  • Software

The nervousness caused by the dramatic situation in Ukraine is also spreading to the global capital markets. Germany's leading index, the DAX, fell to a new low for the year of 12,431.50 points. By contrast, gold, the crisis currency, was bullish and put an initial exclamation mark above the USD 2,000 per ounce mark. Data providers such as Kleos Space and Palantir, whose Gotham software provides analyses for the US armed forces, among others, are also in demand.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on February 21st, 2022 | 13:48 CET

Palantir, Kleos Space, Lufthansa - Security as a megatrend

  • Space
  • bigdata

The topic of security is becoming increasingly important in all areas of our lives. Whether it is building security, corona measures, IT security or retail security companies, almost all areas have been growing for years. In recent times, there are always new crises to master, such as the refugee crisis, the Corona Crisis or currently the Ukraine crisis. People have a permanent feeling of insecurity. The more digital the world becomes, the more critical security for companies and states becomes. Today, we look at three companies for which security is important.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on February 18th, 2022 | 11:15 CET

Palantir Technologies, Kleos Space, TeamViewer - The next data hype is coming!

  • Space
  • bigdata

In a political conflict like the current one between Russia-Ukraine and the rest of the world, the availability of accurate movement data would be a real asset. However, military data is guarded by governments like a holy grail - especially troop movement data is a hot commodity. In terms of consumer tracking and communications, data is already the most important element of the digitized world. What matters is when what content is seen on which channels and who is sitting in front of the end device. Here is a selection of data specialists with distinctive entry points.

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