What shares you buying?



gasman

Full Back
I’ll be putting whatever spare I have into Halma. I know a few of their UK companies have put staff on furlough and 4 day weeks but I think if anything they’ll gain from this in the long run due to their specialisms
 

Kevj

Striker
BP up 8% today
Shell just shy of 11% up
The rate of production hasn’t yet slowed sufficiently to stop overall over production and certain pipelines are now more costly to transport the oil than it is selling for.
Wells will be shut down and then once this is over, there are costs associated with re-establishing production. The lag between will mean wildly fluctuating oil prices.
I also think the current working from home situation will develop into a more accepting culture of this and less people will commute, at least every day anyway.

Whilst the share price is up today, I don’t have a good feeling about longer term and I certainly wouldn’t invest.
 

PtangYang kiperbang

Central Defender
Without a witty retort like “Don’t” , where’s the best place to start with this? It’s something I’ve been thinking about for a while, so now seems like a good time while I’ve got a bit of spare time on my hands. What platforms are people using? Apps? Where do you set an account up at? Any pitfalls to be aware of for a beginner?
 

Morphey

Subs Bench
Without a witty retort like “Don’t” , where’s the best place to start with this? It’s something I’ve been thinking about for a while, so now seems like a good time while I’ve got a bit of spare time on my hands. What platforms are people using? Apps? Where do you set an account up at? Any pitfalls to be aware of for a beginner?
Trading 212 is fairly simple to use.

I signed up 4 days ago, no experience nowt. Put 50 quid in knowing that I'm going to lose it but that's my learning money. Gives me something to do and something to learn.
 

Select coaches

Central Defender
The rate of production hasn’t yet slowed sufficiently to stop overall over production and certain pipelines are now more costly to transport the oil than it is selling for.
Wells will be shut down and then once this is over, there are costs associated with re-establishing production. The lag between will mean wildly fluctuating oil prices.
I also think the current working from home situation will develop into a more accepting culture of this and less people will commute, at least every day anyway.

Whilst the share price is up today, I don’t have a good feeling about longer term and I certainly wouldn’t invest.
What do we think will be happening in 5 years time is what we need to be asking ourselves. Will either of them have gone bust? Will we be still using oil?
 
Without a witty retort like “Don’t” , where’s the best place to start with this? It’s something I’ve been thinking about for a while, so now seems like a good time while I’ve got a bit of spare time on my hands. What platforms are people using? Apps? Where do you set an account up at? Any pitfalls to be aware of for a beginner?
Try Share.com practice account
 

joemcdokes

Striker
The rate of production hasn’t yet slowed sufficiently to stop overall over production and certain pipelines are now more costly to transport the oil than it is selling for.
Wells will be shut down and then once this is over, there are costs associated with re-establishing production. The lag between will mean wildly fluctuating oil prices.
I also think the current working from home situation will develop into a more accepting culture of this and less people will commute, at least every day anyway.

Whilst the share price is up today, I don’t have a good feeling about longer term and I certainly wouldn’t invest.
Volatile is the word.
 

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