RE: the bigger picture + long term14 Jul 2022 22:36
Char, now primary school has finished for the summer, you should have time to do your caravan up, and not feel the need to comment on really big companies like Shell. There are some lovely penny shares around that you could invest your pocket money in, and some good Ladybird books to help you understand savings! Your Bruva' could help you understand the words and help you do your shoelaces up for you.
RE: Shel, Brent and the dividend cut14 Jul 2022 22:21
......Just poking a little fun a Boyobach that's all. You have all the knowledge you need without looking to others all the time, especially ones who are a little too "pedestaled" on this site.
You appear to have a solid insight, so simply make a choice, (or a guess would be another way of putting it ) on what Shell will do next. Others can produce charts all day long, but I dont see them making a fortune.. Meaning they are really just holding a finger up and seeing which way the wind blows like the rest do. To much info just confuses.
I only have some legacy shares that were passed down through my grandparents! So thy owe me nothing. I refuse to get obsessive and compulsive about investments. All ive ever bought was some shell at £8.90 in 2020 - and sold at around £14 because It can never be wrong to make a profit .
Anyway, looks like char333 has spewed something up today, so Ill go and find someone who actually can tell me what he has written as I can t make head nor tail of it. May as well be written in goldfish.....
RE: Shel, Brent and the dividend cut14 Jul 2022 15:47
Boyobach - A man that likes the sound of his own keyboard!!
I just wish he would write more! We simply don't here enough from him. ... You should shack up with him Barrieprov, Then you can nail him and pump him for all the info you can get - if he isn't to busy playing with his abacuss
Yep, agreed Fusion98. Little point in paying any attention to the brainless and his fictional Bruva' Ive never believed Char333 owner anything more than a caravan and some joggers yet alone any shell shares. Look at his 2020 posts when shell could be purchased for £9+ and he fails to purchase anything - But yet again, they rise to £20 quid, and all of a sudden he and his invisible Bruva' are babbling on about snapping up cheap shares...
tit333 has about as much technical knowledge as a plant..
knowledgable although you are with regards to oil, and we thank you for your daily info. However, within serious threads, I think we should all stick to debating that topic alone. Your views below are not all accurate and a little speculative. Whilst I am sure you have understanding of some of the external rhetoric we hear about in our "free press" I am not sure you would find the internal rhetoric at odds with the ideology of the Russian people... Agreed - Russian politics/Oil cannot be separated.. However, received opinion rather than fact can be. No offence at all intended. I follow your information carefully.
RE: great rise, but at what cost ?09 Mar 2022 09:55
Sorry, Char333...? Any chance you can write this in English, so that we may understand it more succinctly...? Slightly black and white view of the world if you think the UK & US can just stop Russia marching into the Ukraine...Pesky organisations like Nato, UN and various peace accords don't help....But, you will probably know more about that than me, Char333. In fact as you criticise Boris daily - what should Boris Johnson do to stop Russians marching into Ukraine Char333 ? Please just give us a few great examples, and try to link it to the impact it might have on the share price of Shell and how that may affect the world economy -
On the upside, Ive spotted a job as a retail assistant at a Shell Petrol Station on the Aston Express Way. Thought you could apply? This should bolster your knowledge of what Shell is, does and how it operates. You might even get a discount on the odd Cornish pastie!
Nice to see so many more childlike opinions from you today - Do you just copy/paste your last lot of vitriol and add a few spelling errors?
Checking the 100's of posts of diatribe and drivel you've puked up regarding anyone in authority, and the almost "0" posts you've written that have had any use to anyone other than a few preschoolers, why don't you hang up your Windows 98 computer, sell the remaining 5 Shell share you have - and go and learn about economics on a very very basic scale... (obvs, take elementary English classes first)
Your so laughed at on this site, so clearly out of your depth, however you lack the intelligence to see was the majority think of your contributions that are just underpinned by a few headlines fromThe Mirror and various bias US talk shows, is well, something my 8yr old daughter could write.. Stick to Football.
Love it.. Last few weeks we haven't heard much from the Birmingham Berk.. This is for two reasons: Most of the board chatter here has been thought out & technically driven. Char333 hasn't mastered colours or shoe laces yet, so what is being discussed here is incomprehensible to him (means you don't understand it char333..) secondly, its been clear for years that the tracksuit wearing caravan dweller has never actually owned any shares, he barely owns a hoodie. This is borne out by years of year statements from him like: "Errr...Shell £24 a share - Villa to win football games " (something like that - I don't understand football) So, as he has done for years, once Shell goes up - he goes quiet. Once folks introduce graphs and discuss geo politics on this forum, he writes posts like the one below talking about his parents, Ann Widdecombe & J.Saville. I mean really...He thinks that will shock folks, instead we all just think him a-tit.
In his 1100 odd posts of pointless dog muck (of which 1089 are all the same, just with the letters shifted around a bit, and spelt wrongly) he has not, as someone pointed out below, the slightest idea of how the any market functions, maybe with the acceptation of his own Saturday morning market stall selling knock off socks down Sparkbrook.
Whilst this bloke is a tit, and really belongs in a large bra, I suppose he at least gives great comedic value.
A bit like the Baldrick of LSE - just not as bright...