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BP

Here's Another British Jumbo with a Share Price that Could Ride the Oil Bandwagon to the Stars

Hello Share Mates. This week I’ve reviewed Shell (SHEL) and Tullow (TLW) in the oil game. Today let’s take a gander at another likely contender to continue growing its share price: the mighty BP (BP.).

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BP

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.

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Giant Oilers Still Lag Behind on their Share Prices. Time to Buy?

Hello Share Takers. The case for buying into the big British oilers continues to grow and yet their share prices are still well below what many analysts think they should be. The oil price retreated in recent days, but is now on the march north again.

Green Energy Player Good May Be Able to Power Up its Lowly Share Price

Hello Share Searchers. This one is for supporters of the green revolution among you. Good Energy (GOOD) is a generator and supplier of 100% renewable power. It has two wind farms, six solar farms and collects electricity from a community of 1,600 independent UK generators. It’s been in business for 20 years, a long time for an alternative energy outfit.

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Scottish Power – why this green energy con is an expensive lie & 0/10 for customer service

Tom commented over the weekend in Bearcast about the issues he is experiencing with Scottish Power. I have likewise experienced frustration with this organisation, not for as long as Tom has, but sufficient for me to quickly elevate matters. I am pleased to say my issue I had has now been partly resolved. But it begs some questions and examination. The biggest one is just how many Guardian reading poltroons buying “green energy” realise that a) it is not and b) that it is so expensive?

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Johnson Matthey plummets on news of its exit from battery materials - but this is a buying opportunity

This morning Johnson Matthey (JMAT) issued just the sort of news that investors will not have wanted to see, announcing its intent to exit the battery materials sector and as a result its share price has plummeted.

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Video: The World is Heading for an Energy Cliff

Analyst Steve St. Angelo of the SRSrocco Report says that energy is the main driver of the economy and we are now entering an energy crisis. This crisis will affect everything in the economy.

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Video: Gold Stocks Are Only Industry Beating Inflation Today

Investor Michael Gentile has a simple message about the only way to cope with inevitable inflation coming down the track towards us and fast.

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She Sells Shell Shares at Her Peril, I Rather Think

Hello, Share Seekers. I rather hesitate to raise this again. I’ve already written about it recently, but I really do think the case can be made for quite a substantial rise in the shares of oil giants like Shell (RDSA) and BP (BP.). For some reason, which escapes me, the share values of these jumbos remain low compared to a couple of years ago. And yet the price of Brent Crude, on which oilers rely for profits, continues to soar.

When Will Shell Catch Up on the Soaraway Oil Price? It Could Be Soon, I Fancy

Hello, Share Strummers. The oil price is firing ever higher. Seeing the amazing volume of holiday traffic in my neck of the woods, I’m not surprised. And yet you would imagine in other parts of the world, India for example, individuals and businesses would be using less ebony nectar. So what does all this mean for an oil giant like Royal Dutch Shell (RDSA)?

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CWR

Why Have Ceres Power Shares Fallen? A Reader's Question Answered

Hello, Share Shearers. One of our loyal readers Colin has asked if he can have a bit of assurance over a company I’ve commented on before in this modest column. The firm is Ceres Power (CWR), which provides alternative energy through high-powered battery cells. Colin wonders if there’s a reason why the share has been off the boil recently.

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GHE

Do you Want a More Green and Pleasant Land? Have a Look at this Growing Green Giant

Hello Share Chatters. As someone always on the look out for a green company which might actually be going somewhere, may I bring your attention to Gresham House (GHE)…

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WG

Wood Group Grows Seeing the Risk Lessen and the Chance of a Bigger Share Price Growing too

Hello, Share Toasters. It must be ten years ago now that I dumped my shares in Wood Group (WG.), the supplier of stuff and services to the black gold industry among other related functions, including greener forms of energy. I didn't regret that move as the share price hit a chequered path afterwards, suffering like all oil-related companies from the infamous oil price crash...

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LEK

Lekoil offers plenty of longer term upside

Many AIM oil companies promise the earth, yet in most cases are still no nearer to actually producing anything despite a number of years having passed since their initial discoveries, so it is refreshing to see that there are exceptions to this trend.

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast 27 November - Christopher Booker to Jabba The Hutt

Once again sincere apologies to Jabba The Hutt groupies for failing to pick up David Lenigas on anything in yesterday's podcast. Before you all get cold turkey, I have a few observations about Octagonal (OCT) nonsense today.I start with a look at React Energy (REAC) a trainwreck involved in green energy shite. I suggest that anyone who believes in this hocus pocus nonsense should read "The Real Global Warming Disaster" by uncle Chris.  Then it is onto Anglesey Mining (ATM), Golden Saint Resources (GSR), Slater & Gordon (TOAST) and Northern Petroleum (NOP).  See you all tomorrow at Gold & Bears in London.

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PHE

Powerhouse Energy is definitely one to avoid

If you look more closely at a lot of AIM companies it is hard to see why they are so popular with private investors. So far PowerHouse Energy (PHE) would seem to fit into that category, as despite being popular on the bulletin boards, it has yet to actually achieve much of what has previously been promised or in the expected timescales.

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