Canada Markets closed

Royal Dutch Shell plc (RDS-B)

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
Add to watchlist
38.15-1.62 (-4.07%)
At close: 4:00PM EST
Sign in to post a message.
  • J
    JWM
    Be patient. Once RDS reports its earnings on Feb 4 2021, this will skyrocket to a new level. There is a resistance at $38. This will break and will head to $45. Once vaccines get more circulated into the system and the covid case stat improves, this will head to $50. Once Covid is gone and pent up demand kicks in, this will be at $65. Once inflation, pent up demand and bubble momentum kicks in, this will be at $80-90 with accounting aggressive share redemption done before COVID and at the beginning stage of COVID. These changes will kick in sooner than you think. Hold and Be Patient.
  • J
    JWM
    RDS.B on Feb 4 2021 will report monstrous cash flow. They will use this fund to retire significant portion of their debt. They will also announce dividend increase. Even after these two factors, they will have so much free cash left. Watch RDS.B fly to the moon. The show starts in 3 weeks.
  • R
    Ryan
    Are shells green investments good for a long term position?
  • P
    Patrick
    It's laughable how the shorts still try to hold this stock down; Shell is at least 30% undervalued while the rest of the market is largely full of bubble valuations. Shell is making money like there's no tomorrow with Brent over $55. I guess earnings don't matter.
  • G
    Graham
    Give this share price time to improve! Look at how it’s already recovering from November lows. The second half of 2021 should see improvement in product demand across the world and so far as reducing its dividend is concerned, yes I was disappointed, but frankly not surprised. Under the current circumstances, it was prudent to do so, even brave, as the company are not naive enough to think it would not be criticised or popular! They are thinking of the greater picture and providing stability - which is the best response to provide for future proofing and protecting share holder interests longer term. (Sorry, I realise this does not comfort short termers).
  • G
    George Marshall
    Oil at 40$ or better is cha-Ching for shell, will be rolling in cash! Even Exxon is moving upward.
  • R
    RogerB
    The Next 5 Days Could See A Buying Spree In Oil Futures (this story from oilprice dotcom)

    The annual five-day rebalancing of portfolios beginning on Friday could attract as much as US$9 billion buying into crude oil contracts, putting upward pressure on oil prices, investment banks and analysts tell Bloomberg.

    The rebalancing of indices to adjust the weighting of assets in portfolios is being done every year so that target allocations or risk levels are restored. However, the rebalancing this year could attract more than usual buyers into crude oil contracts because of the 20-percent decline of oil prices during 2020.

    According to estimates from Citigroup, the next five days could see a buying spree in oil futures that could be as high as US$9 billion to adjust the weighting of the major commodity-linked indices.
  • T
    Trigger
    Don't understand why the people selling this stock. Unlogical
  • G
    GAW
    Feb 3, 2020 - Brent $54.47; WTI $50.32 RDS-B $51.99
    If oil holds thru 2021 is there any reason Shell won't get back to $50 plus?
  • P
    Paul
    Can anyone tell me what happens to the price of oil when a Teamsters strike against a Marathon refinery in Minnesota goes nation wide?
  • C
    Christodimos
    RDSA is a buy right now and I’m already counting profit... my first buy was at 26. I averaged down at 15.80. The opportunity created by the pandemic to long term yield huge margins on RDSA gives me happiness!!
  • G
    Gene Engine
    the saudis might paint themselves into a corner again. like I said before oils are becoming a very tricky wildcard to play with as you never known when the rug will be pulled again and it might be for a last time. my plan is to slowly transition to jets over the year, hopefully that stays low and this shoots up. those that think oil will hit 100$ or shell to 80$ or divy restore I wish sweet dreams.
  • J
    JWM
    RDS is the king of the cash flow among the oil companies. This should be $40 by this week end and beyond, once it reports mind bothering cash flow for its annual report.
  • V
    Vince
    Never sell Shell
  • P
    Paul
    Fast food workers are on Strike in 15 cities for a $15 per hour wage.
    Teachers are talking about striking for the covid vaccine.
    Welcome to the 2020's
  • P
    Patrick
    This stock is still way underpriced. Still below BV - and that after a large writedown - and trading at P/S of 0.7.
    With Brent at $55 bbl, this stock should at least 30% higher.
  • T
    Tom
    Do they going to hike dividend 4% every quarter ? Or will it happen once a year?
  • R
    Roger
    It feels good that this stock finally closed in the black for me after my initial purchase was back when $RDS was the $50's and I averaged down when it was in the low $20's.
  • L
    LadaNiva
    Shell's definitely the best of the majors and the only one I own. Just hope they keep the dividends low and use the excess cash to pay down a big portion of the massive debt. When (not if) interest rates get back to historical levels, debt will be the achilles heel for many overleveraged companies that will be forced into bankruptcy with shareholders getting wiped out and creditors becoming the new equity holders. The world cannot exist on zero interest rates forever and it isn't hard to see interest expense wiping out profits for a lot of otherwise good companies.
  • J
    JonK
    Two very nice stories from last two days: Natural Gas Price spike news in the WSJ today (won't link to WSJ due to paywall) https://www.naturalgasintel.com/winter-weather-supply-shortage-still-upending-global-natural-gas-market-lng-recap/ and news out yesterday that Shell reopened their massive offshore LNG facility: https://oilprice.com/Energy/Natural-Gas/Shell-Restarts-Production-At-Huge-Prelude-Project-As-LNG-Prices-Soar.html

    A thanks in advance to any of our DD pros out there who mightd be so kind as to provide a projection of potential impact upside to RDS. :)
    Snow and bitter cold from Europe to North Asia, which has pushed liquefied natural gas (LNG) and electricity prices to record-setting highs, hasn’t eased
    Snow and bitter cold from Europe to North Asia, which has pushed liquefied natural gas (LNG) and electricity prices to record-setting highs, hasn’t eased
    www.naturalgasintel.com