Commented by André Will-Laudien on March 28th, 2023 | 14:40 CEST
Switch now: Volkswagen, Meta Materials, Varta - Get out of banking and invest in climate change!
The banks are sputtering again. The somewhat more mature investors can well remember the horror year 2008 when the spectacular collapse of the small investment bank Bear Stearns occurred in the first half of the year. In May 2008, JPMorgan Chase had to take over the ailing institution in a night and fog operation. But that was just a preliminary flurry of activity. Lehman Brothers finally delivered the huge bankruptcy on September 15, 2008. That was the financial crisis's historical beginning, which only ended 7 years later. Now they are back, the troubled banks and the emergency takeover of Credit Suisse by UBS. What is next? That is the big question! After Corona and the Ukraine war, a recession combined with a banking crisis could be heading our way.Read
Commented by Armin Schulz on March 20th, 2023 | 08:45 CET
Meta Materials and Palantir for the future, what is Commerzbank doing?
The financial industry is shaking after the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) and the problems of Credit Suisse. The rapid rise in interest rates caught banks cold that had bet on long government bonds with low interest rates. SVB had to report losses due to the falling prices of these bonds. As a result, more and more customers withdrew their funds, and the bank was already in trouble, even though the government bonds were supposedly safe. Now the FED is likely to reconsider its interest rate policy. Some market participants even expect the interest rate to be lowered. This plays into the cards of growth companies, which previously suffered from the hikes. We, therefore, highlight Meta Materials and Palantir, two growth companies with innovative technologies, and conclude with a look at Commerzbank.Read
Commented by Nico Popp on March 9th, 2023 | 10:58 CET
Innovations for millions: Volkswagen, JinkoSolar, Meta Materials
If a company is ahead of the competition, its business runs all by itself. Large companies invest billions to set themselves apart from the market. But the structure of corporations too often puts the brakes on visionary projects. Fortunately, there are smaller companies that are wholly committed to new technology. We present three companies and explain which could soon become the focus of the big players.Read
Commented by André Will-Laudien on March 1st, 2023 | 14:24 CET
Greentech in focus: BASF, Meta Materials, Nordex, JinkoSolar - Invest now in the Climate Action Plan 2.0!
In the daily press, in addition to the terrible images from Ukraine, we are also occupied with unresolved questions about the energy industry of the future. It has been decided that the path will lead via innovations and renewable energies, but the underlying pace will not be sufficient for a quick turnaround. Moving away from the internal combustion engine is just as much a matter for discussion as condemning nuclear energy. Resourceful researchers are therefore developing new ideas for technological concepts that will change vast areas of life. However, implementing the solutions will cost a lot of money and require scarce raw materials. What should investors be focusing on at the moment?Read
Commented by Stefan Feulner on February 24th, 2023 | 15:55 CET
Nvidia, Meta Materials, Plug Power - Invest now in the mega markets of the future
The current economic and geopolitical situation can be frightening. But every era offers new opportunities. In addition to climate change, which is creating new industries with millions of new jobs, digitalization is booming, with artificial intelligence dominating everything. In addition, new materials are being developed whose properties can solve current challenges in industries such as semiconductors, AI, 5G, aerospace and automotive.Read
Commented by Juliane Zielonka on February 9th, 2023 | 19:51 CET
ams OSRAM, Meta Materials, Microsoft - Disruption within reach?
Disruptive technologies are new solutions that replace the previous success of existing technology, product or service or displace them entirely from the market. ChatGPT holds this potential. An AI that can change the way we search online and, in doing so, sweep Google out of the market. Innovations from Meta Materials also have such a market opportunity in aerospace, 5G, automotive and optics. In optics, the currently beleaguered ams OSRAM AG is on the trail of an innovation expected to hit the market as early as 2025.Read
Commented by Armin Schulz on January 30th, 2023 | 19:06 CET
Meta Materials, Varta, JinkoSolar - With a technology revolution to new highs
Innovations are the fuel for progress and growth in the world. Without new ideas and creative thinking, our society would not evolve. However, major innovations often require the use of new technologies in order to be implemented. These technologies can be in the realm of both hardware and software, allowing us to automate processes, process data more efficiently, and find new ways to overcome challenges. In this article, we will look at the impact of metamaterials and discuss how they help turn big ideas into reality.Read
Commented by Nico Popp on January 25th, 2023 | 13:56 CET
JinkoSolar, Volkswagen, Meta Materials: The growth stock that has it all
The media success of the AI tool ChatGPT has once again shown that innovations move people. The future is also in demand again on the stock market: growth companies are making significant gains and developing their own momentum. We present a company that can drive both innovative Greetech companies and long-established industrial stocks with its technology. The Company, listed on the Nasdaq, has nothing less than a revolution on offer. We will explain exactly what it is all about in three minutes.Read
Commented by Stefan Feulner on January 6th, 2023 | 10:48 CET
Nvidia, Meta Materials, Grenke AG - Great chances for a comeback
The stock market year 2022 has left its mark on many companies. Especially for technology stocks, losses beyond 50% were the rule rather than the exception. Fears of rising inflation and the central banks' change of strategy to a strict monetary policy caused investors to throw capital-intensive stocks overboard. The situation on the interest rate front is now easing, which could mean that the massive exaggerations in several stocks are likely to correct again soon.Read
Commented by Fabian Lorenz on December 27th, 2022 | 06:07 CET
Excitement at BASF, Nel ASA, Meta Materials: Shares for 2023
After a difficult 2022, investors are looking ahead to the coming year. In 2023, it will be important to pick the right stocks again because there will be winners - despite the war in Ukraine, high inflation and rising interest rates. At the same time, the price rockets of the old year are rarely also those of the new year. As is well known, BASF shares have struggled in 2022. If energy prices continue to ease, the high dividend yield, among other things, will entice investors. Also, there is news in the electromobility megamarket. There is no question that hydrogen offers huge opportunities worldwide. But companies like Nel and Plug Power must finally wake up faster and reduce losses. At Nel ASA, a sell recommendation weighed on the share price at the end of the year. Hot stock Meta Materials has already multiplied sales in the first 3 quarters of 2022, and the chances are good that the positive trend will continue in 2023. Then the Meta Materials share should also take off.Read