Hello Share People. It’s hard to see National Grid (NG.) not powering ahead in the future. For one thing it has a monopoly in this country, at least. And the world seems to be moving towards ever more consumption of electric power as more inventions hit the marketplace. Like electric cars, buses and trains, for instance.
Hello Share Changers. If you’re looking for a an outfit that’s a monopoly and that’s going to be protected by the government from ever going bust, then there’s not much choice. However, an obvious candidate is the National Grid (NG.) and here's why its share price could move up.
Hello Share Changers. National Grid (NG.) doesn't get much coverage by financial journalists. That’s because it’s an old reliable that continues to do what it’s always done. But if you want a bit of stability in your portfolio, while you launch more speculative punts elsewhere, then it could be a sensible share to hold. And these days, the capacity for the grid to grow its share price looks strong.
Hello, Share Masters. It’s been a while since I’ve commended the National Grid (NG.). That’s because it’s one of those boring shares that don’t move very much. The share price just went up a bit though and I suspect that’s because of the imminence of the big climate conference coming to Glasgow.
Hello, Share Checkers. One of my oldest holdings - and one whose share price simply trundles on - is changing. It’s buying and selling assets which could improve profitability in the green revolution.
Hello, Share Scrunchers. You might not have expected National Grid (NG.) to be much affected by the virus. Think of all those people staying at home and using up extra power. But the group has just announced that underlying operating profit fell by about an eighth in the first half of its year...