Still not as weird as the recent diversification that is Shell Broadband
All is well if you believe in the Shell.
Hey everyone, my latest stock analysis video has just been released.
In this video I analyse Royal Dutch Shell stock ($RDS) (£RDSB) using fundamental analysis. Is RDS Stock or RDSB stock a buy?
I go through Shell’s business summary, sales breakdown & financial statements to get an understanding of the business. After this, I go through my analysis checklist and then value Shell stock using the discounted free cashflow method.
Royal Dutch Shell plc, commonly known as Shell, is an Anglo-Dutch multinational oil and gas company headquartered in The Hague in the Netherlands. It is incorporated in the United Kingdom as a public limited company. It is one of the oil and gas “supermajors”, and, measured by 2020 revenues, the fifth-largest company in the world, the largest based in Europe, and the largest not based in either China or the United States.
Shell is vertically integrated and is active in every area of the oil and gas industry, including exploration and production, refining, transport, distribution and marketing, petrochemicals, power generation, and trading. It also has renewable energy activities, including biofuels, hydrogen & wind.
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Do we expect the stock to come back up?
They’re also ditching the RDSA & RDSB dual class structure and the “Royal Dutch” to become
Assuming that my meagre shares in Shell don’t vote at all, does that make resolutions like this harder to pass?
Freetrade aren’t setup to give voting rights and I assume no one else is voting on my behalf, so there may be a percentage of votes which are just empty chairs at the meeting.
AFAIK this is a HQ move of only a few execs. The tech divisions in the Netherlands will stay put. At least none of my friends have been told they are moving
Having said that I am sure that Shell would do what ever is (tax) advantageous for it.
I’m far from an expert but here’s my rather simplistic view.
With the recent news of Shell dropping ‘Dutch’ from their name and relocating their HQ to the UK for tax purposes, some Dutch investors may sell their shares if they’re not in it for much else other than loyalty.
Longer term share prices should rise higher with the tax saved and more profits made from the relocation.
So either buy now or stick with it if you’re already invested.
Things are bound to come up and possibly higher than in previous years.
Only if they start to invest heavily in renewables too!!!
£23.11 dividend has come in
Got mine last night - not £23 but nice as I sold when I tidied up my portfolio
Mine needs a bit of a tidy too - I own 89 stocks - I do like all of them but feel I need to trim a little
It’s too hard to follow them all. 1 for each finger and toe
So 20 stocks for you and I, but 26 stocks if you’re from Norwich