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Commented by André Will-Laudien on August 4th, 2022 | 10:50 CEST

Turnaround: TUI, Pathfinder Ventures, Lufthansa, Carnival - Shares for the Corona travel Summer of 2022

  • Tourism
  • Travel
  • Camping

It is exciting this summer! Can one really get out of Germany by plane? Lufthansa had recently significantly increased its program but then cancelled over 2,000 flights. Baggage and security handling is bursting at the seams, and those frustrated with the train will have to plan a few more hours to arrive with the 9 Euro ticket. The Corona pandemic has completely disrupted the travel market, there is a shortage of staff everywhere, and now a strike by the pilots' union is looming. We are looking for opportunities for investors.

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Commented by Nico Popp on July 28th, 2022 | 12:27 CEST

Yield desire instead of travel frustration: TUI, Pathfinder, Deutsche Lufthansa

  • travel
  • Tourism
  • Camping

Summertime is travel time. But what happens when, as is currently the case, almost everything around the most beautiful days of the year goes wrong? The current ground staff strike organized by the trade union ver.di is causing flight cancellations. For many travelers, this is tantamount to missing out on their annual vacation. Added to this are Corona, summer flu and the general staff shortages. We look at three tourism stocks and do an investment check for you.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on July 4th, 2022 | 12:25 CEST

Attention, turnaround! Lufthansa, TUI, Desert Gold, Deutsche Bank: These stocks are taking off again!

  • Gold
  • Tourism
  • Investments

From several perspectives, the ongoing crisis is a mammoth task for asset managers and private investors. First, after the long uptrend and the absolute boom valuation of growth stocks from 2015 to 2022, no one knows when a sufficiently high discount has been reached to re-enter. Some stocks, such as Plug Power, are very forward-looking and dependent on government contracts. Here there have already been sales valuations of a factor of 200. So is a P/S ratio of currently 12 after an almost 80% share price loss cheap or still hopelessly overpriced? We do not know because the ongoing war sets new market parameters daily. The major indices will therefore continue to search for a valuation basis in a very volatile manner. We pick out a few selected opportunities.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on June 15th, 2022 | 10:38 CEST

Turnaround on the horizon - TUI, Pathfinder Ventures, Lufthansa

  • travel
  • Tourism
  • Camping

The tourism industry is one of the sectors hardest hit by the Corona Crisis worldwide. With the lifting of restrictions, booking numbers shot up, defying the war in Ukraine and rising prices. Tour operators report a sharp increase in bookings for the summer, which for several weeks have already exceeded pre-pandemic levels. In addition, travel-hungry travellers are paying significantly more than in the years before the lockdowns. The industry is on the verge of a turnaround. In addition to the usual hotel vacations, the demand for camping remains high. The few listed companies are benefiting particularly from the boom.

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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on March 22nd, 2022 | 12:31 CET

Analysts enthusiastic about S&T, Rheinmetall and Phoenix Copper - TUI share under review

  • Tourism
  • Copper
  • armaments

The shares of S&T and Rheinmetall were among the day's winners yesterday. Austrian IT services provider S&T gave a positive outlook for the current year and fended off Viceroy's short attack. The loss of sales in its Russian business is expected to be partially offset by orders in the armaments and cybersecurity sectors. The guidance from January was raised slightly, and the dividend is also expected to increase. Analysts were pleased and the stock gained more than 10%. Rheinmetall shares benefit from positive analyst recommendations, with the price targets increasing up to EUR 210. In contrast, Jefferies is not convinced by the share of TUI. Phoenix Copper is benefiting from the commodity market. The experts at SISM Research see more than 100% upside potential for the commodity explorer.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on March 21st, 2022 | 10:08 CET

TUI, Desert Gold, Steinhoff - Cheap Shares, bargain hunters watch out

  • Gold
  • Tourism
  • Retail

Today, we look at three companies whose share prices appear cheap at first glance and then analyze which candidates have potential. An affordable stock is not necessarily cheap, just as an expensive stock is not automatically expensive. The problem with many retail investors is that they do not have the money to buy a few Amazon shares. Therefore, smaller stocks are more likely to be found, especially in smaller portfolios. One should look at the market sentiment of a company and its fundamentals to avoid betting on the wrong horse if possible.

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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on March 17th, 2022 | 11:12 CET

TUI, Lufthansa, mm2 Asia: Shares for the opening after Corona

  • Tourism
  • entertainment

Currently, the news surrounding Russia's war of aggression dominates the capital market. A second event that has a significant impact on share prices: is the COVID-19 pandemic. And even if the daily infection figures are still at record levels, Germany is on the verge of dropping measures. Other countries are even further along. Companies are likely to benefit from this. For example, the tourism group TUI and Deutsche Lufthansa. TUI sees considerable pent-up demand, and Lufthansa is benefiting from the optimism of a competitor. However, analysts are still skeptical about both. The Asian entertainment company mm2 Asia should also benefit from upcoming concerts and cinema openings. In the first half of 2021, sales have already more than doubled.

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Commented by Mario Hose on December 10th, 2019 | 08:05 CET

Is TUI taking over? Homes & Holiday with turnaround and takeover potential

  • Tourism

Homes & Holiday AG has had a difficult time. Following the IPO in summer 2018, the forecast was adjusted in autumn 2018. The stocks of the specialist for holiday properties has not recovered from this to date. In an interview with 4investors, CEO Joachim Semrau explains that the cost-cutting measures are taking effect and that the break-even should be successful in the coming year. There is also a takeover potential. Is TUI taking advantage of this?

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