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I want to go with a Big Bang!

Final post – AnRep3D will not be managed actively anymore. Continue reading

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Hydrogen V – all at once!

This time we put all the selected Hydrogen-companies in – except for one. Although they are rather similar one is a bit different. We also don’t present static screenshots, but added animated gifs instead. Continue reading

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Hydrogen IV – Ballard

The holidays are over for most of us, so it’s time for the next Hydrogen-company. I really didn’t have any prior knowledge about the set I chose, so the 3D-graph is a bit of a surprise to me as well. … Continue reading

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Hydrogen III – Powercell Sweden

Last time we looked at NEL ASA, the Norwegian Hydrogen company, well-known for electrolysis (making hydrogen from electricity). Now it will be Powercell  Sweden AB. Technologically it’s the counterpart of NEL ASA, because the company manufactures fuel cells, generating electricity … Continue reading

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Hydrogen I

Warning: I, the author of the posts at this blog, own shares in some of the companies mentioned in the upcoming series. This blog however, is not providing any advice on investments, but is solely meant to illustrate the power … Continue reading

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Is the volume meaningless? An example with critical metals, including REEs.

In several previous posts I warned to avoid comparing volumes when looking at the 3D-graphs. This was because the “buildings” were representing very different values in their three dimensions. Ratios can be determined by looking at such a graph by … Continue reading

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COVID-19 – we cannot ignore it IX – Microsoft (series completed)

Finally we added Microsoft to the graph, but…  it is a huge company – more like BP or Munich Re. This means all companies had to be presented together again. Of course this will make the small ones almost invisible, … Continue reading

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COVID-19 – we cannot ignore it VIII – Netflix

Today another representative of an industry that might profit from the pandemic: Netflix. With people staying at home for more hours than before the lock-down, we see jigsaw-puzzles, knitting equipment and tools and materials for home-improvement becoming more popular. We … Continue reading

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COVID-19 – we cannot ignore it VII – Tesco

Let’s move to the industries that might profit from the pandemic. We cannot know for sure of course, but entertainment, information technology and grocery-stores are candidates for the positive impact part of this series. It’s easy to say that we … Continue reading

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