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Commented by Stefan Feulner on September 24th, 2021 | 13:13 CEST

Deutsche Telekom, TalkPool, Nordex - Shares for a better future

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At last, one might say, the brutal election campaign concerning the Bundestag elections taking place on Sunday is coming to an end, and Mutti is stepping down after 16 years in office. The successor is still open, but regardless of whether it is red-red-green, Jamaica or traffic light, the new government's focus is likely on climate protection. In addition to politicians, companies are called upon to contribute to the transformation to a climate-neutral world through new technologies.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on September 23rd, 2021 | 10:37 CEST

SFC Energy, Meta Materials, Lufthansa - Aiming high

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"After the game is before the game". This soccer wisdom from coaching legend Sepp Herberger, who led Germany to its first World Cup title in 1954, can also be applied to business. The wheel continues to turn, with some companies already back to pre-Corona levels and others struggling with global supply chains. And the future around new technologies in terms of consumer electronics, aerospace or 5G communications promises breakthrough inventions.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on September 20th, 2021 | 13:09 CEST

Infineon, BrainChip, Nvidia - The chip shortage remains

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The automotive industry was one of the first to feel the chip shortage. While supply chains typically operate on a just-in-time basis, they had ordered fewer chips due to the Corona Crisis. Then, when it was already too late, they realized that the economy was going unexpectedly well and the chips were running out. However, due to the pandemic, there were restrictions worldwide, so it was impossible to produce and deliver as usual. In addition, the Suez Canal was blocked, and, most recently, a port in China was also completely closed. The supply chains are still disrupted. At the same time, progress goes on and on. Artificial intelligence, cloud computing, autonomous driving, electrification and co. all require chips. Factories are running at full capacity, and yet demand cannot currently be met. Today we analyze three companies from the chip industry.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on September 15th, 2021 | 12:51 CEST

Bayer, Water Ways Technologies, Kali & Salz - Clean water for 7.9 billion!

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Clean water, good nutrition and hygiene are basic human needs and indispensable for healthy development. For this reason, as part of the Sustainable Development Goals, the world's countries have set themselves the goal of giving everyone access to clean drinking water and adequate sanitation by 2030. These are two issues that need to be addressed, particularly in areas of the world that are difficult to access or inhospitable. Africa and Asia are at the forefront of the need here; they hope for few standards taken for granted in the developed world. We look at some interesting shares from this area.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on September 14th, 2021 | 13:07 CEST

Nvidia, BrainChip Holdings, Palantir - To the moon

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According to high-ranking managers of the largest chip manufacturers such as Intel and Nvidia, the end of the semiconductor crisis is not in sight before the end of 2022. Besides the increasing demand for consumer electronics, computers and accessories since the beginning of the Corona Crisis, the industry is also being hit by the strong growth in demand from the automotive industry, which is increasingly relying on electronics. Artificial intelligence, 5G and the Internet of Things will further fuel demand in the coming years.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on September 10th, 2021 | 12:11 CEST

Deutsche Telekom, Meta Materials, Apple: 5G - The coming hype

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5G will not only make our mobile internet faster, but it is also indispensable for bringing the Internet of Things, industrial automation and autonomous driving to market maturity. Private users can look forward to virtual realities and augmented realities in the future. Augmented realities can present the user with useful information about objects or even activities via glasses. There are already initial applications in this area, but the technology will develop rapidly in the coming years. The market will grow enormously once the 5G network is installed nationwide. In today's analysis, we show which companies could benefit from tomorrow's hype.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on September 8th, 2021 | 12:59 CEST

TeamViewer, TalkPool AG, Deutsche Telekom - This is the way to the top!

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When the dot-com boom took off at the turn of the millennium, many immature and unpromising business models came onto the market. Every idea was made ready for the stock market - then the techno-crash followed, and many companies disappeared from the radar. The COVID-19 pandemic triggered a worldwide digitalization push - many new achievements now determine the working world of every individual and change society as a whole. The focus is now on: Distant Working, Internet of Things and Communication. We take a look at the cards of three protagonists.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on September 7th, 2021 | 13:24 CEST

Nvidia, AMD, BrainChip, Infineon - Scarcity: These chip stocks are exploding!

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The global chip markets remain tight, and a recent PwC study predicts that the global semiconductor market will continue to experience solid growth years. The authors forecast that chip sales will rise to USD 575 billion as early as 2022. Starting from the USD 481 billion in the previous record year 2018, this would correspond to a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.6% - not even the pandemic slowed this increase noticeably. In Europe, the automotive industry will become the primary sales market for chip manufacturers. A new growth driver is semiconductors to support artificial intelligence (AI) in autonomous mobility. We present a few industry representatives.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on September 1st, 2021 | 13:21 CEST

IBU-tec, Meta Materials, Standard Lithium, Orocobre - Materials for the Super Battery!

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The demand exceeds the quantity! Whether e-mobility, aircraft technology or renewable energies, all high-tech segments of industry require raw materials and processed materials in ever-increasing amounts. Currently, the problem lies in procurement. The relevant tonnages cannot be mined in the world's mines because many projects are only at the beginning of development or are operating at their limit. A lithium mining site needs about 5 years of gestation time. It is about 7 years for copper with high 3-digit million amounts required as basic investment capital. Given the global conflicts, politicians are at a loss regarding how medium-term availability can be ensured, which ultimately means that the price is the deciding factor.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on August 24th, 2021 | 13:28 CEST

Meta Materials, Xiaomi, SoftBank - Undiscovered potential!

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Stagnation is regression. Companies that act too slowly in competition and can only adapt insufficiently to changing conditions lose out. Innovations are a path to success. Some innovations are so significant and far-reaching that a massive upheaval occurs with the technological leap achieved. Electricity and the Internet are well-known examples. AI, 5G, robotics and new materials will have changed our reality in just a few years. As new solutions, products and markets emerge, these stocks will benefit.

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