Royal Dutch Shell PLC Class B (RDSb)

19.24
+0.18(+0.94%)
  • Volume:
    105,152
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.00/0.00
  • Day's Range:
    19.22 - 19.56

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  • This company will profit from its takeover of BG in terms of LNG. Rapid power demands from new underdeveloped will lead to higher LNG demand. This demand will double in next 10 years.
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    • Heading to 12
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      • Maybe but doubt it would go much lower, btfd
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    • Nice to buy and sell in these moves, increase holding of longterm bargains with all the majors. 2021/22... pent up investment, mid east probs = $100+ coming soon to a rig near you Divi payment  today, cha ching
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      • can't see that much upside past this euphoria, ftse at high, junkie waiting line for jabs is looooooong with pb oil price about where it's gonna be. this aint going anywhere much now till next year
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        • Did somebody say the market would crash with Biden?
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          • Dividend soon
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            • https://www.shell.com/investors/dividend-information/interim-dividend-timetable.html
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            • They cut their dividend like alot of companies due to covid, have they reinstated it?
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            • https://www.shell.com/investors/dividend-information/interim-dividend-timetable.html
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          • Congrats Prateek if you are still holding this! Well done mate!
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            • Thanks Philip, still holding but contemplating to sell soon, what do you think ?
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          • Back to 850p at least if Biden wins
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            • Always the worst negative rubbish by Ken.
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            • 2nd round of excellent buying, do not missed.
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          • What are you the consumer prepared to give up? Diesel and petrol aircraft fuel.
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            • AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine to be widely distributed by end Q1 2021 - report https://www.hl.co.uk/feeds/apps/sharecast?id=31382757
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              • Energean Oil and Gas getting low, always flies from 500 to 600. Would be a very good buy @ 475, or below if possible.
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                • 750 coming.
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                  • I think this could have another 10% downside within 10 days, possibly followed by a short term upward trend towards the dividend record date in mid November.
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                    • If it was not the depressed markets, it should have breached 1100 today
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                      • Hard to belive it closed beneath 900 after relatively good results and announcing a dividend increase (albeit small). This has been a constant let-down since april. If I buy again, it will be closer to 800 than 900.
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                    • Bought @889
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                      • sami bojanthis time i am in for 5-10 percent gain and move on
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                      • Got in @855 just going to sit on it long term a milk the div's into retirement :)
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                    • I doubt that Shell or similar companies will ever recover to anywhere close to where it use to trade. There are far too many headwinds for this company and industry in general. They have under invested in transitioning to clean Energy. And now they are all in a lot trouble. TESLA will now become new clean energy giant, who will dwarf all these companies combined. Note, Tesla is not just a electric car company, it is much more than that.
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                      • .... AND by 2025 30% of all vehicles on the roads world wide will be electric.
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                      • All vehicle manufacturers worldwide are scrabbling and accelerating efforts to transition to electric vehicles... And there going to be many hitting the Markets in 2021.
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                      • Yes we get it. You are a climate change promoter and you don't like oil
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                    • I exited a few days ago with profit. Its not looking good generally for Oil, particularly with the virus ramping up across the world, and lockdowns now being Re-introduced all over the place. Then there is issue of stalled Stimulus talks in the USA that is not helping, along with the uncertainty caused by the Presidential elections. On top of all this there is massive global push to transition to Clean Energy and Electrification of vehicles and other transport and reduce pollution. Pursuance of Electrification and Clean Energy demand is growing at exponential rate whilst use fuel in declining, and my view will continue to decline rapidly even if the virus is gone and there is cure for it. This event has changed the world for good, and I think days for Oil industry limited and fast coming to end. And about time in my view. Oil is no longer the future and nor has any future in my view.
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                      • Zaim MohammedCERES *POWER. (CWR)
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                      • Contemporary Amperex Technology is an interesting company, but god knows how we can buy into it.
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                      • Yes CATL is good. Try ticker CBAT listed on New York stock exchange, this very very similar company to CATL, and also in China. Might be worth investing in them. This exponentially growing field.
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                    • Your thoughts Azim, Prateek?
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                      • I think Big oil companies are not going anywhere, covid will sorted by next summers and life will be back to normal...this 2020 year will only be remembered like a blip
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                    • 820-850 buy
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                      • Going back to 900 levels 😬
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                        • Strong run in GBP/USD tonight. More than likely to add to the downside on Monday.
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                          • Hurricane delta over, norwegian strike over, and Boris to impose tough lockdown measures on Monday....
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                        • If this opens Monday with crude at 40.50-40-70, we’ll see a gap down. Today was the day for profit taking.
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                          • It’s going to open with crude at $40 or under. 25% rise in covid hospital admissions. They’ll have to lock down tomorrow or soon after. If London is included, god help the ftse.
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                        • This move is mostly being driven by Hurricane Delta and Norwegian Oil strike... Should result in lower inventories... And possible Stimulus in the US is the other catalyst. I this there is some upside yet in the short term
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                          • A lot of profit taking at 995.
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                          • Probably open in the 950’s Monday.
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                        • This will get a boost from open meeting mid october. Good news regarding US stimulus/brexit/china deal is also possible before US election. On to November, ppl will buy in as the dividend recording date is nov 13/14. But after that, we could possibly see a dip, and a chance to buy in low. Let Prateek and Zaim tell us when to buy - as they did it perfect this time.
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                          • Well said, agree with all of that.
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                          • The only thing that scares me a bit is the US jobless claims figure at 1.30pm - could be bad.
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                        • Earnings on 29th Oct will push the rates higherRDSB is too undervalued at present
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                          • Undervalued on what basis, can you clarify?
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