Commented by Juliane Zielonka on December 1st, 2023 | 07:00 CET
Energy market in transition: RWE, Klimat X and FREYR Battery - Which share offers sustainable price gains?
Numerous investment opportunities are emerging in the energy market. Germany's largest electricity producer, RWE, for example, will invest EUR 55 billion in renewable energies and environmentally friendly technologies such as green hydrogen by 2030. Klimat X focuses on CO₂ certificates, allowing renowned companies to become actively involved in environmental protection. It combines ecological initiatives with economic opportunities through the renaturation of forests and mangrove groves in Sierra Leone and Mexico. Companies become tree sponsors while nature does its work. At the same time, FREYR Battery in Norway is automating its production facility and further expanding its central location in the US. Find out how these pioneering developments are shaping the environmentally friendly future of the energy sector.Read
Commented by Fabian Lorenz on November 22nd, 2023 | 07:20 CET
BYD with "Tesla killer", JinkoSolar with sales record, and Klimat X Developments with milestone payment
BYD is currently bursting with energy. The Chinese company is rushing from one sales record to the next. To ensure this continues in the coming year, BYD has unveiled two new "Tesla killers". The mid-range SUVs are designed to make life difficult for the Model Y. For those without a climate-neutral business model, CO2 certificates can be purchased from Klimat X Developments. The Company has just received a milestone payment. When will the shares of the innovative company benefit? JinkoSolar shareholders also need to be patient at the moment. The share is not taking off despite the solar group doing well operationally. While the Chinese have reason to celebrate, another competitor disappoints once again.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on November 21st, 2023 | 07:15 CET
Attention: New battery technology in demand! Freyr Battery, Manuka Resources, Varta and IBU-tec in focus
Despite all ecological reservations, the electrified future is advancing. In an effort to combat climate change, politicians have decided on the complete electrification of the future. The plan to entirely displace fossil fuels will lead many countries into a new economic dimension that will outperform conventional economies for a long time. However, a beautiful, new world must be economically affordable. This requires significant technological advancement and a tremendous amount of money for the transformation; ideological thinking helps little in this regard. Central Europe, in particular, is an importer of raw materials and energy and is a long way from setting world-changing parameters. However, since everything has already been decided in Berlin, millions of batteries and stationary energy storage systems are now needed for the green transformation. The key here is access to the critical metals of the future. These strategic decisions are being evaluated in the stock market. It is worth doing the math.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on October 2nd, 2023 | 07:45 CEST
CO2 Certificates - The Solution for Climate Change? Nel ASA, Klimat X, Ballard Power and Plug Power in the analysis check!
The transition to a sustainable climate cannot be solely funded by the public. Success depends on private initiatives. It is, therefore, all the more important that inventiveness and entrepreneurial energy in this critical economic sector are also rewarded and promoted. In May 2022, the European Union launched REPowerEU, a billion-dollar program on how to shape the energy future. At the time, hydrogen accounted for less than 2% of energy consumption in Europe and was mainly used to manufacture chemical products such as plastics and fertilizers. The European Commission has proposed producing about 10 million tons of renewable hydrogen by 2030 and importing another 10 million tons to reduce climate-damaging gases. Climate innovations are evaluated differently on the stock market, and we will focus on some key players.Read
Commented by Fabian Lorenz on September 20th, 2023 | 07:45 CEST
While climate activists face criticism for their actions at the Brandenburg Gate, the fight against climate change is gaining momentum with stock market investors. For the courageous, there are always exciting opportunities to enter the market. But there are also problem children. Nel ASA has caused little joy among shareholders in recent months. Can the hydrogen pureplay now herald a turnaround? Nordex is also currently working on a turnaround. With success? Those who entered and exited both stocks early enough could reap significant profits. Such an opportunity could still be ahead for newcomer Klimat X Developments. The specialist in CO2 certificates expects the market to increase tenfold within a few years. So, is it time to invest now?Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on May 24th, 2023 | 07:30 CEST
100% and more with these turnaround stocks! Plug Power, Globex Mining, Palantir. Take a close look now!
When investing in stocks, the goal is always to find low entry prices to optimize long-term performance. Unfortunately, buying downward-trending stocks promises less success than investing in stocks that constantly reach new highs. This principle embodies the wisdom of "The Trend is Your Friend." In applying this advice, one should let profits run and limit losses. A sensible risk diversification also requires a portfolio approach that spans countries, industries, and currencies. We look at three stocks from different sectors with promising return potential.Read
Commented by Fabian Lorenz on May 18th, 2023 | 09:50 CEST
The energy transition is currently shaking up the world and the stock market. The opportunities for new players and investors are enormous. BYD, for example, aims to take a significant share of the German automotive industry's market. A revolution is brewing in battery technology. Altech Advanced Materials is on its way to being one of the winners of this revolution. The Company's management left no doubts about this during an investor conference this week. The manager exuded confidence. After its consolidation phase, the Altech share could now take off again. Analysts see a price potential of over 300% for Plug Power. But the latest quarterly figures and the looming financing round continue to weigh on the stock.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on May 5th, 2023 | 09:50 CEST
The future calls for battery metals! BYD, Grid Metals, VW - The international pecking order in e-mobility is reshuffling!
Since Western governments have finally started to get serious about climate protection, the media have focused on the areas of energy, mobility and health. It is clear to all participants that the changes in the world climate will lead to undesirable developments. Glaciers are melting, the earth's temperature is rising, and the oceans are already too warm for many species. Huge investments are being made in renewable power generation and modern mobility solutions, and it requires access to metals. Some companies are making a name for themselves, and shareholders can profit from this.Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on March 24th, 2023 | 07:55 CET
On March 26, the residents of Berlin will vote on whether their city should become climate neutral by 2030 - 3.6 million inhabitants travel daily by car, bus and train. For mineral explorer companies like First Phosphate, the potential acceleration in demand is already a win-win, as demand for basic materials for batteries increases dramatically. Volkswagen, for example, may soon launch large-scale industrial production of cathode materials (CAM) and precursor materials (PCAM) in Europe, thanks to the go-ahead from regulators. Vonovia is also getting enterprising: the group owns 136,000 apartments in Berlin.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on March 13th, 2023 | 13:12 CET
Armaments and e-mobility! Rheinmetall, Almonty Industries, Mercedes-Benz - Rare raw materials in demand as never before!
The climate and energy transition are taking their toll. Long approval phases, too little exploration and a lack of investment capital have caused the supply of raw materials to decline over the past 10 years. These deficits are increasingly showing up as a problem for industry. In copper alone, there is a USD 100 billion investment deficit. In the EU, it is estimated that there is an investment backlog of EUR 300 billion to even come close to achieving the proclaimed climate targets. To reach climate targets, copper, nickel, lithium, zinc, special metals like tungsten, and rare earths are needed. Which values should you bet on now?Read