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Worried About Our Gas and Lecky Bills? Are we Buckden Abbey!

Hello Share Loaders. Are you worried about electricity and gas bills this winter? No, I thought not. You’re a private trader. So you have enough dosh to find an extra £2,000 without noticing it. But as folks with the surplus cash needed to buy and sell stock, we have a moral responsibility to help those who struggle against Mr Rising Price.


Here's a Few Shares this Big Mover Still Thinks Worth Holding After My Unseemly Dash to Cash.

Hello Share Mongers. This old punter is in the throes of a nightmare house move at the mo, so without my usual research resources, it might be useful to review the few shares I hold at the mo. Believing as I do that any share rally is still a few months away, I suppose the stocks I still hold indicates that I have real enthusiasm for them. So let's see what they are.


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Oil that's Required Is a Little Patience for Shell and BP Share Holders.

Hello Share People. Though I’ve gone largely to cash, fearing a recession, I still have a toe hold in some companies. A few of those are in the oil game, because it’s hard to see how they might fail given prevailing circumstances. It’s this old punter’s view that big oilers are still undervalued. Let’s look at the evidence.


We Should Buy BP, says the Thrifty N50. And I Agree - here's why...

Hello Share Seekers. Tom and Steve from the N50 team recommend we buy BP (BP.) shares on the back of its recent results. As usual, they rightly look at value before offering this tip. And their case here, with among other factors its dividend and reduction of debt, is strong enough. And when also taking future prospects into account, the case for collecting more BP shares looks stronger than ever.


BP – Q1 update, Income Buy

BP (BP.) has announced a first quarter of the year $20.4 billion loss... though also reduced net debt to $27.5 billion, a maintained 5.46 cents per share dividend and a proposed further $2.5 billion share buyback. So what’s going on?

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