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bayoubengals88
Wisconsin Fan
LA
Member since Sep 2007
12397 posts

It is time again to have the energy discussion
RDS-B is yielding over 7%
XOM is near 6%

I'm tempted...talk me out of it.


jmcwhrter
Member since Nov 2012
1946 posts

re: It is time again to have the energy discussion
MRO frickin sucks... SUCKS


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Chad504boy
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since Feb 2005
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re: It is time again to have the energy discussion
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RDS-B is yielding over 7%


can't wait for stock to rebound so i can get the hell out


deeprig9
Member since Sep 2012
37908 posts

re: It is time again to have the energy discussion
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XOM is yielding 6%


can't wait for stock to rebound so i can get the hell out


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fallguy_1978
LSU Fan
Half mile from St George
Member since Feb 2018
21025 posts

re: It is time again to have the energy discussion
I've been holding CVX and SLB during all of the energy slump too. I'm still barely in the green (+2.2%) on CVX as it's a long term position. Down 25% on SLB.


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ynlvr
LSU Fan
Gulf Coast
Member since Feb 2009
2938 posts

re: It is time again to have the energy discussion
I got tempted and bit at the first of the year. Jumped into RDS.B and stock price is down 15% in 7 weeks. Also took a flyer on PXD which is down by about half that but only pays 1.5% div.

O&G has been painful even short term. I thought it might be time for a bottom so I’ll continue holding. But O&G is the worst performer in my portfolio. Please make it stop.


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zephry801
USA Fan
Member since Dec 2017
17 posts

re: It is time again to have the energy discussion
What about HOSS? +132% today


oklahogjr
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re: It is time again to have the energy discussion
as someone who hates putting money outside my 401k into low risk dividened steady earners when i can add more risk and take more returns typically.....im about to buy some xom at this pe


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oklahogjr
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re: It is time again to have the energy discussion
as someone who hates putting money outside my 401k into low risk dividened steady earners when i can add more risk and take more returns typically.....im about to buy some xom at this pe


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LSUtigerME
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Walker, LA
Member since Oct 2012
2225 posts

re: It is time again to have the energy discussion
The market for O&G is very tough right now.

I’ve sold all my RDS and I’m hanging onto the little bit of XOM I have.


TigerinOkieHell
LSU Fan
Oklahoma City
Member since Oct 2010
2377 posts

re: It is time again to have the energy discussion
Staying long with CVX and COP. Just can’t look at prices for a while lol.


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CheEngineer
LSU Fan
Louisiana
Member since Aug 2019
584 posts

re: It is time again to have the energy discussion
Why by dividends when S&P is doing 10-15% a year and you are diversified?


bayoubengals88
Wisconsin Fan
LA
Member since Sep 2007
12397 posts

re: It is time again to have the energy discussion
You’re right.


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632627
Southern Cal Fan
LA
Member since Dec 2011
9410 posts

re: It is time again to have the energy discussion
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Why by dividends when S&P is doing 10-15% a year and you are diversified?



it's funny to think that less than 10 years ago xom was neck n neck with apple and microsoft as the world's most valuable company. now aapl and msft are closer to $2t than xom is to $1t.

i'm with alot of guys here that have been holding xom, cvx and slb on the way down, and am hoping for a turnaround and won't sell.


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crazycubes
Member since Jan 2016
5105 posts

re: It is time again to have the energy discussion
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What about HOSS? +132% today

Saw that! They are doing a debt restructure. It allows them to kick the can down the road for 3 more years, I think. I’m thinking about taking a gamble with them.


tirebiter
LSU Fan
ATL
Member since Oct 2006
6517 posts

re: It is time again to have the energy discussion
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can't wait for stock to rebound so i can get the hell out


Nothing wrong with selling in taxable accounts and having tax losses to offset profitable sales of other securities in taxable accounts. If it's all in retirement accounts, well, that shite might hurt. Thought everyone on here needed to sell some TSLA tax free..... I'm still waiting to see the accurate math of the EVs time frame replacing traditional vehicles. Lenders will quit making 7 and 8 year car loans to the poors when defaults start happening on current loans in mass quantity so how will they buy all the new EVs in the next few years? Will truck nuts be viewed the same dangling from EVs with no rumbling exhaust??

At least RDS is continuing to buy back shares at current low prices, many management teams only like to buy back when shares are high priced.


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zephry801
USA Fan
Member since Dec 2017
17 posts

re: It is time again to have the energy discussion
Up 75% today
This post was edited on 2/18 at 6:24 pm


gadknot
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31490 posts

re: It is time again to have the energy discussion
buy now and buy often


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