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Commented by Stefan Feulner on May 31st, 2023 | 08:15 CEST

Bright prospects - GoviEx Uranium, Cameco, Uranium Energy

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • nuclear
  • renewableenergies

Germany is taking a unique path in the green energy mix and, after shutting down the last three reactors, is doing without nuclear energy altogether. In contrast, global nuclear power capacities are steadily increasing, with 60 reactors currently under construction. Politicians in North America are supporting the expansion with programs worth billions to support the domestic uranium sector and, at the same time, minimize dependence on Russia.

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Commented by Nico Popp on May 18th, 2023 | 09:30 CEST

Climate protection as an investment: BASF, Commerzbank, GoviEX Uranium

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • Investments
  • chemicals

Fewer CO2 emissions, more climate protection. Every DAX-listed company is committed to more sustainability in some form or another. But what is the truth of these promises? And are the supposed climate shares a sustainable investment at all? We do the check and take a detailed look at three exciting stocks from different sectors and regions.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on May 16th, 2023 | 09:20 CEST

Heat pump, wind power and solar energy, is this the electricity mix of the future? E.ON, Myriad Uranium and ThyssenKrupp in focus

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • nuclear
  • Energy
  • Solar

Germany is rapidly moving away from fossil fuels and has removed nuclear power from its energy mix. This makes us the forerunner of a new-thinking society that wants to switch energy production entirely to renewable sources. But there are a few problems because, by abandoning nuclear power, we are forced to extend the lifetimes of coal and natural gas-fired power plants. From a CO2 point of view, this is madness, and there is another point: the supposedly more environmentally friendly versions of energy production, such as wind or solar power, are not nearly as environmentally friendly as advertised by politicians because of current production practices. We will analyze these aspects objectively and in more detail.

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Commented by Nico Popp on May 3rd, 2023 | 07:45 CEST

Lose the German goggles and profit? Plug Power, Myriad Uranium, RWE

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • renewableenergies
  • Hydrogen

Drought in southern Spain, gloomy weather in Germany - that climate change will also make itself felt in 2023 is already apparent now, at the beginning of May. In view of climate change, some authors are already calling for an end to the pursuit of growth. But is that worth striving for, and can it even be implemented in liberal democracies? We shed light on the limits of cuts and where technology could make climate protection possible without cuts.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on April 25th, 2023 | 07:40 CEST

Myriad Uranium, E.ON, RWE - What about our energy security?

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • nuclear
  • renewableenergies

Since April 15, 2023, nuclear energy has no longer been produced in Germany. The last 3 power plants were taken off the grid. Only time will tell whether this decision was sensible. At the end of last year, 422 reactors were operating worldwide, and 57 nuclear power plants were under construction, according to the World Nuclear Industry Status Report. Another 62 plants are in the planning stage. Demand for uranium has increased, and the price of uranium has climbed accordingly. Today we look at one uranium company and see what the German utilities are doing.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on April 21st, 2023 | 07:20 CEST

Outstanding long-term opportunities - Plug Power, Myriad Uranium, JinkoSolar

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • renewableenergies

Hydrogen, photovoltaics and nuclear power are three promising options for achieving a CO2-free energy supply. Hydrogen can be used as a fuel and as energy storage. Photovoltaic enables the direct conversion of sunlight into electricity, and nuclear energy provides a reliable and emission-free energy source. Despite the outstanding long-term opportunities, companies in these sectors have been in a correction on the stock market for months. For many, however, the bottom has now been reached.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on April 20th, 2023 | 08:05 CEST

Nuclear Power - No Thanks! E.ON, GoviEx Uranium, BASF - Questionable energy transition made in Berlin

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • nuclear
  • renewableenergies

Renewable energies are in focus! All well and good - Germany is repositioning itself. The focus is to be on hydropower, wind and solar energy. But these energy sources have little baseload capacity because hydroelectric power plants use "cheap" night electricity to pump water uphill, and reliable wind is probably only available offshore and not in the middle of Saxony. That brings us to the sun: On average, in our latitudes, it shines for about 146 hours a month, but in Alicante, it is 349 hours. Of course, large rooftop systems pay off for well-located households and one's e-mobile, but we cannot get a nationwide basic supply going with them. In the supply crisis, Berlin is relying on coal and gas power generation for now, but the much-touted climate neutrality is likely to be postponed to the next millennium. What should investors now keep an eye on?

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on April 6th, 2023 | 09:50 CEST

Blackout in Germany! Siemens Energy, Myriad Uranium, Rheinmetall - We are shutting down the reactors!

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • Defense
  • renewableenergies

Only three more weeks until the final shutdown of the last 3 nuclear reactors in the Federal Republic of Germany. How nice that we can rely on supplies from France, Belgium and the Czech Republic to meet our electricity needs in the future. The traffic light coalition in Berlin obviously believes that this is a service to the German citizens. Wrongly thought: both on the cost side of energy purchasing and on the safety side, the elected politicians are once again doing us a disservice. The bottom line is that electricity prices will continue to rise, the implementation of e-mobility will become increasingly questionable, and the security situation at the borders of our republic will become more and more precarious because we should not be fooled into thinking that a Czech reactor poses fewer risks than the Isar 2 nuclear power plant in Ohu. How can the equity investor still profit?

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Commented by Nico Popp on April 6th, 2023 | 09:44 CEST

Energy turnaround for your portfolio: RWE, GoviEx Uranium, Nordex

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • renewableenergies
  • nuclear

Clean energy is a dream for humanity. Property owners can fulfil the dream of clean energy by installing photovoltaic systems. But what about when large industrial companies, such as BASF, need electricity? While renewable energy has to be stored temporarily, nuclear power plants deliver reliably. The technology, which is frowned upon in Germany, is currently experiencing a revival worldwide. We explain which forms of energy also have a future for investors.

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Commented by Nico Popp on March 29th, 2023 | 08:15 CEST

Market failure! Highs and lows at BASF, Myriad Uranium, Vonovia

  • Mining
  • Uranium
  • chemicals
  • RealEstate

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.

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