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Panic as an entry opportunity? - 5 promising stocks

When the market situation calms down again, companies with good company figures have an advantage. We took a closer look at 5 promising stocks.
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The stock market is experiencing the blackest week since the financial crisis.

The impact of the coronavirus on the economy is catastrophic. The DAX will fall by more than 35% in a few days. Are there any promising stocks anyway?

There is currently a state of emergency on the stock exchange. All normal laws are invalid. Balance sheet figures are not of interest. When the market situation calms down again, companies with good company figures have an advantage.

5 promising stocks
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“Buy with pessimism. Pessimism is the most common cause of low stock market prices; the greater the pessimism, the lower the rate. Take this opportunity to buy. "
(Gottfried Heller)

TransparentShare currently recommends 39 German stocks for purchase. We took a closer look at 5 promising stocks of the DAX that could be of interest to investors.

 

1) Fresenius

Latest news:

Positive key figures:

  • Equity ratio: 39,67%
  • Profit Margin: 13,08%
  • Current PER: 9.24
  • Price / earnings ratio over 5 years: 8.89
  • Expected earnings growth for next year is + 6,85% higher than the current year
  • Response to quarterly figures: + 3.89%

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2) Fresenius Medical Care

Latest news:

Positive key figures:

  • Equity ratio: 40,16%
  • Profit Margin: 12,99%
  • Price change in the last 6 months compared to the index: + 19.51%
  • Price change over the last 12 months compared to the index: + 5,95%
  • Expected earnings growth next year is + 9,78% higher than the current year
  • Response to quarterly numbers: + 3.53%

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3) RWE AG

Latest news:

Positive key figures:

  • Return on Equity: 52,48%
  • Equity ratio: 27,18%
  • P / E over 5 years: 5.39
  • Price change in the last 6 months compared to the index: + 11.17%
  • Price change over the last 12 months compared to the index: + 22.63%
  • Expected earnings growth next year is + 22,58% higher than the current year
  • Price to book ratio: +1.04

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4) E.ON

Latest news:

Positive key figures:

  • Return on Equity: 41,37%
  • Price / earnings ratio over 5 years: 7.85
  • Price change in the last 6 months compared to the index: + 23.42%
  • Price change in the last 12 months compared to the index: + 7.10%
  • Expected earnings growth next year is + 10.14% higher than the current year
  • Response to quarterly numbers: + 3.72%

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5) Siemens

Latest news:

Positive key figures:

  • Equity ratio: 33,93%
  • Current price / earnings ratio: 10.92
  • Price / earnings ratio over 5 years: 10.07
  • Expected earnings growth next year is + 9,77% higher than the current year
  • Price to book ratio: 1.48

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What the next few weeks will bring remains open.

Crash prophets write that the worst is yet to come. Others already see the stock market crash as an opportunity to buy cheap stocks.

If you need your money at short notice, you shouldn't get in now. Long-term investors could now use the low prices to build their first positions.

Your TransparentShare team

 

 

 

Note:
The recommendations made by TransparentShare on the basis of this data are non-binding and serve only for information and to support the independent investment decision of the user. In addition, they are not a substitute for individual investor and investment-specific advice and do not constitute a financial service or legal, tax or other advice.
Any liability for damage of any kind (in particular financial loss) that may arise when using the TransparentShare recommendations for the user's own investment decision is excluded.

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