Royal Dutch Shell PLC Class A (RDSa)

20.80
-0.11(-0.53%)
  • Volume:
    117,854
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.00/0.00
  • Day's Range:
    20.81 - 21.10
  • Type:Equity
  • Market:Germany
  • ISIN:GB00B03MLX29
  • WKN:A0D94M

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  • Why red today? Dividends?
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    • Why red today ???
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      • Inflation?
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      • Dividend on 13th
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    • Omg -2,7% what **** is it happeming ?
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      • I guess everything is red today and is a general concern due to the covid cases in India
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    • anyone see a downward trend coming up? i have a longterm trade running on this
      1
      • I see a downward trend coming up in every stock
        1
    • Blow out rally ahead brace yourself
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      • Not a good rally and the result are awesome 🤷‍♀️
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    • Does anyone know when Shell rise again ??
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      • Anton Ciliathis is a real question...
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      • yes 2050. All the world is on its knees right now 🤯
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      • After 2 days post its results
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    • Allright! Does anyone have any idea whether SHELL will dip below 18 again? What level should we consider to BUY this stock?
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      • soon yes
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      • i meant already below 18 but now pointing upwards
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      • Siddhant Jainnow the question is when will it rise again ?
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    • These guys do not seem at all serious about clean energy. New strategy is to trade power and hydrogen.. well sounds like an after thot. Please what do you guys think? Thinking of dumping. Might not gain steam beyond that attributed to recovery which might be short lived. Thier competitors like Totsa appear smarter and it shows in their stock pricr
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      • Hard one to fathem think In short-term this may Have a little bit however in a long time this may be a very good investment as the economy will recover and demand will return…
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        • with vaccine news & economies opening up ..this should touch all time high
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          • Jonny TrHe's taking the massive pent up inflation into account
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          • everyone laughed when FTSE was @5600 & I had said it is marching to 6600 in 1 month & many made loads of money on that forum ..so wait & see..
            1
          • already up 30% since then ..watch it
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        • All Aboard!!! Please be aware of Bidens rules whilst entering the carriage, free vaccines, please dispose your masks in the seasonal flu bins as you enter. For your peace of mind, all our trains are freshly greenwashed and reassuringly always powered by fossil fuel for peace of mind.
          6
          • Oil will recover and companies like these will almost double by years end 2021. When? When the face nappies are ditched and maskholes get the vaccines to hit their junkie highs. Shell = Strong Buy
            6
            • I bought this at 1300p and its just keep falling
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              • end of week rally, have i missed an opportunity? or will the price still carry on falling next week?
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                • Sold and booked losses. going down steadily every day. Too much pressure.
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                  • its a tough decision to make, but definitely a good one. It looks like it will fall further with no support to fall on.
                    1
                • oil falls on the news of trump positive covid
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                  • This looks like the bottom.
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                    • Dane EdmundsonI think this is extremely low.
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                    • It might be 7, that's my target
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                    • 1
                  • Might step in if it drops below 800p. will it go that low ?
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                    • No one is buying this stock until after the elections. Trump win = rally. Biden win = much more downward pressure
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                      • BUY BUY BUY
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                        • On 23 March the share price of RDS closed at 12.23 EUR, Crude oil WTI at 23.35 USD and Natural Gas at 1.602 USD On Friday 04 September the share price closed at 12.26 EUR (no change from 23 March), Crude oil WTI at 39.50 USD (lowest in two weeks, but still 70% higher than 23 March), Natural gas at 2.57 USD (60 % higher than 23 March) 2019 dividend yield at 6%. Current (two Q from 2019 and tow Q from 2020) at 9%. And worst case scenario if RDS keeps the dividend at 1/3 for the whole 2020 and I enter now at 12.26 EUR - dividend yield at 5%. It may go even below this 12.26 EUR for a while, but I will not be for a long time, so I don't care. I guarantee myself minimum 5% yield and wait for more. I am ALL IN and plan to keep the stock for a looong time:)
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                          • After COVID, the hurricanes hit.. whats next? .. I guess recovery will take longer..
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                            • Now that's a run, no return back from here in my opinion. Maybe a small correction towards mid/end of the week. Otherwise it is flying up. New normal is becoming quite like a normal!!
                              1
                              • Fail run.... Maybe touch 11 disapoint
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                                • If it goes to 11, that means we are back to lockdown. Life is going back to a new normal, which is neither the old normal nor the lockdown. Somewhere between 12.5 to 12.9 seems reasonable over the long term and hold until vaccine comes out. GL
                                  2
                              • Receccions are being announced, COVID numbers are calling for lockdown and OPEC is no longer cutting production. I see more fall from here until vaccine news come postive in two months.
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