/Unconventional fund managers: those who bet on outlawed stocks – and make big profits with it
Unconventional fund managers: those who bet on outlawed stocks – and make big profits with it

Unconventional fund managers: those who bet on outlawed stocks – and make big profits with it

Unconventional fund managers Those who bet on outlawed stocks – and thus making big profits

Investors should not sell “outlawed” funds too quickly, even if all signs point to sustainability. Some bet on oil, gas and uranium stocks early on – and achieved good results with them.

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Within a few minutes on Wednesday in the first week of January, the mood on the stock exchange turned. Stock prices fell in the US and bond yields rose sharply. The US Federal Reserve has unmistakably announced an exit from its loose monetary policy. The stockbrokers showed the red card above all to expensive and unprofitable companies – often from the tech and online world. A turning point had already been announced in 2021: Technology will no longer outstrip all other industries on the stock exchange. Traditional energy companies in the oil and gas industry and uranium stocks have caught up. However, since the climate summit in Paris in 2015, all of these stocks have been a burden for many funds and recorded heavy losses.

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