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Royal Dutch Shell Share Chat :

Losos 12:39:23 27/08/2014
imperial3 - "Needless to say,how many of these will maintain their dividends over the next few years?" Also, at least one of that list (Antofagusta)is a 'historical' yield, almost certainly the 'forward' yield will not be like that. A good company 'tho and I'm not knocking anyone who holds them.
EssentialInvestor 18:56:12 19/08/2014
Always worth looking at the dividend growth rates as well, not just the yield. Look how quickly LGEN is raising it's payout as an example, or BT.A which does not currently make that list. GSK has a great yield, however any increases over the next 2/3 years will be modest imv. Sustainability is also the key as mentioned.
EssentialInvestor 15:00:57 13/08/2014
The article I saw was a sector rather than company specific comment, it was merely a reiteration of his view over the last couple of years. He can change that view at anytime, however any impact on the SP at this market cap would be minimal imv.
Chairman20 14:50:29 13/08/2014
Guys Woodford is a pro investor he only talks when he has finished buying or selling - not before. If he is knocking Shell its because the price has got too rich for him to buy or chase. Like me really!!!
Losos 15:19:18 22/07/2014
Wad - "Thank you for your corrections ; no wonder my limits fail!" Whichever way round you can always sit back and enjoy the dividend. It's not the biggest of yields but it is reliable, counts for a lot in my book.
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field3 08:42:48 29/05/2014
The scrip div cancellation has pulled a RDSB share down so anyone considering adding RDSB at this level.Just hesitating because of a probable market correction although have been expecting one for a while. Also I prefer Shell anyway but from title of this thread just wondered why BP not discussed much if any
MIATA 08:26:56 29/05/2014
Probably as that was its level (due to Dutch tax) prior to the introduction of scrip dividends. Recently the A-B spread reached 10 per cent, I estimated in post 2364 that its introduction boosted the spread 6 per cent. 10 - 6 = 4. 2613 less 6 per cent = 2456.
wad collector 09:38:33 23/05/2014
MIATA I think you can take pride in your thread ; it has also remained mercifully free from nutter postings , perhaps because RDS investors are inherently a sensible bunch by definition? (This is probably the cue for a load of troll postings!)
imperial3 18:35:24 19/05/2014
Well,Woodford is entitled to his views,and so be it.It was not that long ago the price was £21 and now it is nearly £26.I am not complaining,favourable yield,and some decent capital growth.The question for his followers,can he do it again?
PHILO124 18:19:26 19/05/2014
Perhaps he's planning to have a small number of stocks; his criteria for not buying Shell applies to some other large mkt cap high yielders. I am not altogether sure that I agree with his criteria for not buying shell, but I am sure my view is irrelevant.
imperial3 16:44:21 08/05/2014
Amazing how well these are performing.Not sliding back,if you look at previous trading patterns.Even more commendable, when you look at the current strength of the pound.The market really liked the hike in the dividend.Compare this to the miserable amount you receive from banks and building societies,this is a boon to income seekers.

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