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Eaststock TV

Monday – 26 June 2022: 

The news from Russia is coming thick and fast. Are Putin’s days numbered? Michael Mross talks to experts.

Sunday – 3.September 2023
ESTV 217 – New extraordinary opportunities in Eastern Europe – even in Russia!

Thursday – 28 September 2023:

Eastern Europe expert Andreas Männicke: Huge investment opportunities / Ukraine war could end soon

Saturday – 03 October 2020:

Swen Lorenz interviewed by Andreas Männicke:
New opportunities in Poland


Stock market letter EAST STOCK TRENDS

The stock exchanges of Central and Eastern Europe have been the top performers among the world’s stock exchanges since 1998. In the last few years in particular, many CEE exchanges fared better than the established western exchanges. In 2019, the Moscow stock exchange was not only able to clearly outperform the DAX and DJI, but also ranked among the 30 best performing stock exchanges in the world.

Many investors have neglected the CEE stock exchanges so far. The selection of promising titles is growing steadily.

Eastern Europe still has its future ahead of it.

Seize your chance now!

  • analyses the most important trends on the CEE stock exchanges for you monthly on 30-60 pages.
  • looks not only at the established eastern stock exchanges, such as Moscow, Budapest, Prague and Warsaw, but also at the second-tier countries and the CIS republics
  • selects the most promising stocks for you from a fundamental and technical point of view and examines not only stocks but also other forms of investment such as funds, bonds, real estate, derivatives and certificates
  • draws attention to risks and distinguishes between conservative and speculative investment options.

The market letter “EAST STOCK TRENDS” is published monthly in a printed and electronic edition. The electronic edition is sent to you directly after the editorial deadline, which means it reaches you faster and is also more cost-effective.

Current column

Sunday, 03. September 2023
The countries Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa in short "BRICS", agreed at the BRICS Summit in Johannesburg from 22 to 24 August to include 6 more countries that cooperate and do business with each other on the basis of multipolarity. The countries added as of 1 January 2014 are Argentina, Egypt, Ethiopia, Saudi Arabia, Iran and the United Arab Emirates. A new internal clearing unit for the BRICS was discussed, but not yet concretised. The meeting in Johannesburg already shows that Russia is not isolated but is looking for new economic partners. The death of the head of the Wagner Group, Prigozhin, is likely to have consequences. Putin has a lot to be prepared for in the autumn.

Share(s) of the month:

Halyk Saving Bank (Kasachstan), Polymetal

Highlight of the month:

New opportunities in Kazakhstan via Freedom Broker

About ESI

What we want

We want to keep you informed about the new developments in Central and Eastern Europe so that you can base your investment decision on an up-to-date, broader and factually sound basis.

The person

Andreas Männicke studied business administration in Hamburg, graduating with a degree in business administration. After graduating, he was a research assistant at the University of Hamburg (Faculty of Business Administration) for four years. Since 1990 he was in charge of training securities experts and financial analysts in Central and Eastern Europe.