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  • J
    $GTE conversation
    Small investor with 1300 shares at 1.75$. Thinking about buying this dip. Was wondering if we had any concerns about the Columbian or Ecuadorian governments. Recently sold $pbr.
  • V
    $PBR conversation
    International Speculator Doug Casey bought into PBR. I think he likes the yield.
  • A
    Alpha Investor
    $PBR-A conversation
    Recent developments seem to indicate that there will be VERY significant pressure for Pertrobras to increase its dividends to its shareholders (half of which is the Brazilian government. This, in my opinion is very bullish for PBR shareholders.

    When considering the aggregate impact of three significant events that occured over the last few days, it would be difficult to deny that dividends (and share price) will increase substantially in the near future.

    These significant events are:
    1. Bolsonaro's pivot to publicly committing and repetitively reinforcing that the government should not, will not, and can not interfere with Petrobras' pricing policy (and all other matters). This, for many shareholders, was a primary risk in owning this stock.

    2. Their establishment of a fuel subsidy fund to be funded by the government's share of Petrobras' dividends. As the government needs more money to subsidize the fuel prices in Brazil, they will be looking to Petrobras to increase its dividends for all shareholders so that the government's portion can be higher.

    3. The significant cut in sales taxes on fuel costs. This, in effect, take the government out of the food chain for energy prices and allows savings to be passed directly to the end consumer which should help maintain or increase overall demand.

    This is a lot of information for the market to digest in such a short period of time, so I am expecting slightly better performance early in the week and much better performance later in the week - once analysts and investors have the time to process the changes.

    Long $PBR $PBR.A
  • P
    $PBR conversation
    Two forces at $PBR !

    Valuations on $PBR are at 35-37 local currency vs 29 at present. Even though the market and oil prices reinforce $PBR is a buy and will reach its target , there is always the fear that with the pressure of inflation and an election year coming by the end of 2022, the government puts its fingers on $PBR, as it happened when the previous CEO was replaced. The previous CEO was changing prices almost weekly, the new one is more conscious and practicing it about per month.

    There is a project at congress now which creates a fund, based on $PBR dividends received by government, which would be intended to stabilize gas prices , along with that flattening local VAT taxes in all states for a fixed value versus a percentage which differs from states.

    If this works out and the government has a way to stabilize gas prices regardless of PBR gas prices , you will see PBR skyrocketing , the opposite is also true.

    Till March or April $PBR seems worth the risk , campaigns start on mid year 2022, and if the fund is approved , It will definitely cross the 40. Better would be oil prices remains at current levels and all inflation fears calm down.
  • T
    $LPI conversation
    Crude up AH despite so so API report, and NG ripping again today. It looks like many commodities (O & Gs, PMs) are breaking out or near a breakout. PM & mining stocks up solidly today during a risk on day- I haven't seen that in a while. Since Crude broke over 80 on Friday, it's retested and bounced around the 79/80 level 6 or so times. Too early to call it support, but I can smell the combustive burning of oil and gas and smelting of valuable metals as the value of the US dollar embers away in smoke. Smells like inflation to me. $CPE $LPI $SBOW $BP $WTI $VET $PBR $BCEI $DVN $KGC $FSM $BTG
  • K
    Cenovus Energy Inc.
    OPEC+ abandoned its meeting without a deal, tipping the cartel into crisis and leaving the oil market facing tight supplies and rising prices.

    Several days of tense talks failed to resolve a bitter dispute between Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, delegates said, asking not to be named because the information wasn’t public. The group didn’t agree on a date for its next meeting, according to a statement from OPEC Secretary-General Mohammad Barkindo.

    The most immediate effect of the breakdown is that, unless an agreement can be salvaged, the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies won’t increase production for August. That will deprive the global economy of vital extra supplies as demand recovers rapidly from the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Z
    $PBR conversation
    Hello Community , in recent events about $PBR stock.
    according to the news that the company fired its CEO , price of the shares dropped 21% yesterday.
    And as much i could see on some platforms , the stock got some short yesterday.
    current price 7.92$ per share.
    P/E ratio 8.60
    The company seems to do well according to the current situation. (Covid19)
    $PBR is the biggest brazilian oil company and one of the major oil companies in the global.
    My personal view , i see it as a great oportunity to enter at the current price.
    I want to hear yours.
    *This is not a financial advise.
  • P
    $PBR conversation
    #PBR will be a tremendous source of cash for the government during 2021 and 2022 and through its advanced dividends payment policy will allow government to afford social programs like supporting diesel, gas for houses and even a fund for gasoline. It was mentioned this week in articles on PBR that the government is evaluating to create a social fund for cashing higher government companies dividends payouts for social programs. With that said, dear investors ... prepare for cashing-in very attractive dividends payouts this and next year as the government will need it badly for assuring reelections. ex. dividends approved for August and December are at 9%, this without counting dividends paid early this year.
  • A
    Alpha Investor
    $PBR conversation
    This is an excellent video that walks through a very detailed valuation analysis of Petrobras resulting in a current fair market value of $25.90. The analyst substantially discounted PBR for being a Brazilian company with a 14.5% WACC in his model.

    I was very impressed that $PBR has a gross margin of 49%!

    He claims that the Brazilian government only owns 38% of the company (rather than the 51% that is generally reported). Does anyone know which percentage is reliable and correct?

    BIG DIV! Record Breaking Year for Petrobras BIG DIV! --- $PBR
  • t
    I’m not sure MBS is eager to help this administration with cheaper oil after the Kashoggi accusation. 10s bond spikes are a warning on frothy valuations. Equities trading at 2x Price to Sales. I’m sure Cathy Woods portfolio is +3x. $XOM $CVX $OXY $PBR ~1x. Bringing valuations at more reasonable levels is behind GS and JPM “rotation to commodities” thesis.
  • A
    $MOMO conversation
    Volatility and algo arbitrage make each dip in momo a massive buying opportunity. Why? Because this is a pure momentum trade that has nothing to do with fundamentals. As Munger and Buffett say "buy low and be patient. We are great in waiting patiently over a long period of time."

    $baba $momo $uxin $doyu $jd $pbr $pltr
  • t
    $JNJ $MRK boost in vaccination output will get us up and running by summer. So best bargains right now should be in EM $PBR and take profits in 2022.
  • K
    KINGOAKS capital
    Looks good...setting new higher highs and higher lows. It may just pop 30-40% one morning and keeps going for a few days....just like the $PBR case 2 years back (as indicated earlier). So if it’s an investment play (done all the deep dives) ...then don’t be a weak-hand...hold on. If it’s a day trading swing play...then trade on its technicals. $PBR went from low 2s to hi 18s in a few months.
  • E
    Eddy D
    $PBR conversation

    Company based investment based on oil at $351

    Just restored 31B reals in assets from Covid period evaluation.

    So what, s spat between President and CEO ( who may lose the battle).

    Oil is in under the sea to be repriced !

    Cannot sink since world price looks for oil at 70 and up.

    Bullish up to 11$
  • K
    KINGOAKS capital
    To me this looks like a replay of $PBR... at the current price of $1.15-1.16, the yield now is approx 10% based on the latest DIVD pay out schedule for 2019. This should be the low
  • I
    Investor Racing
    Please Near follow to $VIST

    Target Price since 4,80 to 8,50. tomorrow I will purchase more shares
  • K
    KINGOAKS capital
    Higher lows. This feels like a bottom. Loading up more. It’s one of my key LONG plays. Just look at other similar cases: $PBR $FCX and $WLL.
  • S
    $PBR always beat big in their 2nd quarter earning and I highly doubt they will miss expectations this time. My prediction is $13 before September ... easy money.
  • K
    KINGOAKS capital
    It’s closing Hi Hi. Mr Mkt is efficient and smart: no more grossly mis-pricing on CBL. It will turn around. Seeing mall traffic up. Folks still need to go out social...and mall will be a very diff kind of mall than before. All aboard, last call. It will say good bye to $2-4 soon! LOOK AT $PBR ...was $2ish...then blood on the street with super pessimistic view: all will be driving electric by 2020...oil to stay at Lo $20 ...lots of BK scandals... everyday someone saying $PBR was going to $0. That’s the signal! Buy (after months of capitulation) when ALL selling!
  • R
    $PBR conversation
    Over the weekend I posted my concern for other Brazilian companies and got the most thumbs down I have ever received!!

    This is NOT just a $pbr issue, its a Brazilian leadership issue that absolutely let the world know Brazil can care less about investors and that will NOT end well.

    How's the Brazilian markets doing???