I commented as part of my share tips at the recent share conference on Royal Dutch Shell (RDSB) and why I remain cautious about re-purchasing my previously largest individual shareholding. As Tom noted I am perhaps the gloomiest bear on the planet currently, but I make no apologies for that – it’s just how I see things. With Shell I see material risks in the near term over and above oil price, and as always it’s worth reviewing the detail.
Hello, Share Changers. As someone who owns shares in oil giants, like Shell (RDSB) BP (BP.) and Tullow (TLW) not to mention a few smaller plays, it hurts to write this modest article. But I really do fear that we may be looking at the beginning of the end for fossil fuels. While two economists at that huge bank J P Morgan have interesting related views on the subject.
Excellent news about Malcom's 'big relief' yesterday but I have a different interpretation about a company he mused about earlier in the week: Royal Dutch Shell (RDSB).
Hello, Share Swappers. There aren’t many share analysts who talk down their own book. But when the need arises, I’m prepared to do it. My biggest holding is in Royal Dutch Shell B shares (RDSB). But though I normally suggest you look at this huge company with a view to buying, I am now curbing my view...
So news today that Royal Dutch Shell (RDSB) is going all vertically integrated and looking to expand its nascent utility arm by renaming its 2017 purchase of First Utility as Shell Energy and offering new customers a discount on their fuel bills. As part of an ongoing slow shift away from classic fossil fuels, this approach has some merit to it...but it leads to one very obvious question: how is Shell going to make this business even mildly relevant to its business?
Hello Share Pacers. Recently I opined that BP (BP.) was possibly a better bet than its rival Royal Dutch Shell (RDSA and RDSB) at the moment. But there’s not much in it, and it might be a good idea to take out the insurance of investing in both jumbos. The thing driving both shares at the moment is, of course, the rising oil price...
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