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Is Shell A Stock Everyone Is Forgetting About? Stock Fundamental Analysis 2020

1 341 views | 27 Aug. 2020

RDS.B or Royal Dutch Shell

RDS.B or Royal Dutch Shell is a very interesting stock with a very interesting growth opportunity in front of them. Is it a stock people are forgetting about?? Details in this video!!

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Up 50% on Shell stock rn and it’s still undervalued. Also thank you for letting me know B stock was taxed less ?

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Royal Dutch Shell RDSB.L On the Watchlist 9th October 2020

176 views | 9 Oct. 2020

Watchlist video.

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Watchlist video.

Of course on the bar chart I showed, 2020 isn't over yet so it may not end up be the biggest yearly drop!

The opinions in this video are purely my own and NOT to be used in anyway as investment advice.

This video forms part of a personal trading dairy to hold myself accountable to when I make mistakes.

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With electric cars overtaking petrol and diesel cars there will be Downward pressure on the oil majors.

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SHOULD YOU DOLLAR COST AVERAGE DOWN ON STOCKS? - BUYING STOCKS FOR BEGINNERS UK

3 073 views | 27 May. 2020

SHOULD YOU BE DOLLAR COST

SHOULD YOU BE DOLLAR COST AVERAGING DOWN ON STOCKS? - BUYING STOCKS FOR BEGINNERS UK

I’m not a big fan of the dollar cost average down on stocks philosophy. Now that’s not to say I won’t use dollar cost averaging but as a general rule I prefer not to. In this video I explain my views and thoughts on the dollar cost average down strategy. I prefer to take a more selective view with 3 areas I like to look at before buying more stocks. I go in to my public Trading 212 stock portfolio to run through examples of instances of where I chose not to dollar cost average, where I did dollar cost average and one stock where I feel I made a mistake not buying more stock. I explain my thinking behind my decision making process on each stock. I’m not saying I’m right or wrong but hopefully by running through it will help beginners and us all make better decisions in our stock buying.

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Ant J

When the big crash happened I put two big lumps into my index fund isa, which has worked out rather well so far, but it's a long term commitment and I firmly believe in 10 years it will be higher than now. Technically it was Dollar cost average but I prefer to think of it as grasping an opportunity. With shares where I want to increase my holding anyway the same would apply.
Blindly buying just because your investment has gone south is throwing good money after bad.
Did you get onto Hollywood Bowl? They seem to be finally taking off this morning. Regards Anthony

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So , if i make a mistake, and what was looking like an upward trend, suddenly becomes a downward (happened last night) (nividia was flying, bought in to the NYSE rising nicely, and it suddenly turned into the dreaded triple peaks, fell off a cliff, so at 4% i averaged to get it to 2.5%.) I will let you know what goes down in next few days, but im in the 'sit and wait' recovery now.

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Apologies for all these questions but just trying to get my head around it all as I'm brand new to all this trading and investing. I've set up an account with the invest section for buying shares and holding them for months/years. Was also thinking about putting a little bit into trading, buying and selling shares quickly to make a small profit. Which section is best to do this? Thanks

Savvy Money Show

The opportunity was there to make our portfolio more diverse for cheaper rather than average down I only average down when it is a top company and I have done a deep dive to check why

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Xaar sitting at 90p now so unlucky you didn't add but still a good % increase

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No. As many will soon find out companies can go bust as well as go up. Even funds can go bust! I have a simple rule if im 10% down cut the position. Easier to recover 10% than 50% or worse later.

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I think this is one of the best strategies out there...you will never catch the absolute bottom for any market....better to be in than out....DCA has worked out for me in stocks and shares and also with my crypticurrency portfolio and makes you less worried about short term volatility....thats my 10 cents worth !

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as a beginner invester this was really helpful, I’ve invested in semi skimmed milk, thank you

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Nice one Neil I’ve only ever done it with something I’m really confident of I’d say do it on your most mostest of picks especially if they gone down for a reason like the virus Ect what do they call it black swan events glad I got iag when I did all could change tho. At the bell ? I’m going for Disney and virgin galactica no advices to anybody out there one of these I’m pretty confident in the other it’s a punt but hey I’m a sucker for a risky bit of business ceo ( good lady ) mns I’m happy with onwards and upwards I did get Nike too ????? oh and nvidia ?? lost a bit there but then again confident of the stock in no way to anybody investing advice dyor. ?

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David C

The dollar cost averaging thing is a gamble with not great odds. If you have a lump sum and you know the market is falling just hold fire until a slight up tick in price and buy especially if it’s in below average price territory. Also if you do this when prices are rising it’s going push your average price up. Also it should be done over a short period of time because over longer periods it will not be successful. The biggest spanner in the works is that market prices drift up over time.

Also if you know how to time the market you need to do two things.

1) get rich

2) tell us how you do it ?

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Michael Longland

If I still believe in the company and the 200 day moving average is trending upwards then I’d happily buy during a dip.

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Let me know your thoughts on Dollar Cost Averaging and how you attack it.

marc foskett

I averaged down my whole portfolio when the opportunity came. Today my portfolio is 10% up after being 44% down for 3 months and the market has only moved slightly. Well worth it. Always keep cash, always average down when the opportunity comes and don’t change your strategy. Ive change the mix of my investments only so higher percentage into my medical,property reits,funds and less into my travel and airline stock but have not stopped just changed the %mix

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It would be great if you set up a Facebook group for the channel for everyone to discuss their ideas

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what do you think about the 'AMD' stock?

Alfred Frome

A timely topic. I bought BAE before the Covid crises and have been considering averaging down. Thanks for the video.

Robbustycon

Love your videos as always but I don’t know whether this is just me... but if it’s a stock you believe in and it’s only going down because of market fluctuation surely it’s always best to cost average down if you plan to hold in the long term? A good recent example of mine was the dart group back in April I bought a few shares for 594 then it dropped to 561 I bought more and then it crashed to 449 and I bought more I’m now 55% up and wouldn’t have been close if I didn’t cost average. It’s impossible to predict the market bottom so I look at trends pick a price I’m happy with to buy at (aka the 594) and then if it gets lower slowly cost average down. Obviously checking if there is any big news about the company going under. Side note it turns out we have the exact same amount and cost average in shell ?

DecDoesInvesting

Ive been guilty of averaging down to quick my positions back when the markets crashed. Lessons have definitely been learnt.

David TexMex

Nice channel and uploads ?? here's my two pence/cents;

DCA has multiple benefits, however liquidity is key. If you value the company and believe in it as an investment then DCA is your best friend. Drop the speculative stocks to keep your liquidity at hand to make DCA work and further your investment (or buy yourself out of a slow mover and free up that total cash). I would rarely add to my position unless it's in the red, if so it's a drip feed method. Stocks are just letters and numbers on a page, the possessive emotion, fear of missing out etc. Are the destroyers of liquidity and thus solid investments without DCA backup.

*By investments I don't factor in short or long term, only the gains are relative (not time).

**These are all just my DCA investment thoughts spilled out, nothing to get argumentative about.

ChapmanHD

Hello, how do you find out how often dividends get paid on trading 212 for each individual company. Thanks

Matthew Hall

Thanks for another great video. Have you looked at WH Smith at all? Id be very interested in whether you think it could be a value pick right now to hold long term.

Shoaib

I understand what you ha W said but even the dollar stock falls and we buy more.

As humans we will only buy a preferred dollar share, unfortunately Tesla share price doesn’t fall in line with alphabet google. Hence if dollar average cost used we might end buying stock which didn’t had faith in.

There one more thing I have noticed which makes day trading or trading for a month and selling at profit harder and the is forex rates of trading 212.

I bought united airlines stock worth £919 pounds and when I sold the stock at a profit of £109 in a week I noticed that my actual profit was £148 and lost £30 to forex loss.

Basically the people live in USA has an advantage over us as there is no forex loss and we have consider the forex loss before selling even though the share price has gone up but making loss due to forex.

Will appreciate your comments Sir.

Invest with Arihant

Well explained - very useful for beginners, especially in these peculiar times.

UK Amateur Investor Diary

Seems to me you're not really against averaging down. You judge each scenario on its merits sometimes leading to buying more other times not. Seems reasonable.

Phoebe 111

Hey, another great video. Can I ask why you invested in Xaar as it been consistently falling share price wise in the last few years?

Joshua Taylor

How much profit have you made on your 0.04 fraction share on amazon. Its Currently sat at $3285 a share and you bought much lower

Brian Bullman Investing

Keep it up man! Passive income=Freedom. Thats what im gonna cover in my channel :)

Tony Tone

Averaging down is a life saving measure to get you out of a bad position. I have recently used it. But you need up to 4 times more to get out than with what you started with. Works great. Got out of bad situations with it : ) And currently reusing this strategy again and again.

Kasper Invests

I normally cost average every week or more

Savvy Money Show

I think you should buy low but dollar cost averaging is ok for beginners and has some pluses

nitromad1

I can use Rolls Royce as a good example, I bought at 350p and shortly afterwards it dropped like a stone, I ended up averaging down to 313p and that for me was enough, it did continue to fall further but my portfolio was starting to look top heavy, today I’ve sold the stocks I bought for averaging down purposes for a small profit, that was always my intention (well my intention was to break even, the small profit was a nice bonus), I didn’t want too many eggs sitting in one basket for too long.

Paul Oliver

This is a very interesting topic and one I have been guilty of. Thinking of I bring my average down it feels like your profit is more. A question I have is the reverse of this. I bought some stock which I am very happy with and have made good profit growth. But do I buy more of the same as the cost is now higher but could go up more

A.P.C 1001

Another great video. What's your opinion I'm regards to purchasing foreign stocks as opposed to domestic? Does the current exchange rate play a significant role in deciding whether to purchase equally good stocks within different currencies markets? Thanks again