BP PLC ADR
$AIM Try to name another bio stock in trials with $BMY $MRK $AZN and PFE.
BP buys TA 1.3 Billion why would BP buy a Truck Stop
Government Money Going To Be Released Tritium in the catbird seat
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Why Do Regarded Retail Think JPOW Will Hike Anything More than 25 BP Tomorrow When Every Other Indicator Says No?
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here is my analysis on Indo. Please let me know what you think
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Here is my analysis on Indo. Please let me know what you think
I have $1k in BP, top comment decides what I do with it.
30.12% SI. 1.29bn M Cap. 1.3bn Cash. 2.6bn cash + Assets. NVAX
Why can't I see a steady profit maker, is this the norm?
Why can't I see a steady profit maker, is this the norm? (Please don't delete my post again, I don't have any purpose.)
I don't see consistent winners, is this the norm?
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Can someone explain to me what’s happening here?
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BuT tHe FeD hAs To PiVot..... 100 BP here we come
What advantages do hedge funds have over retail traders? leverage and better fill?
Selling unhedged 0-dte's - if you're okay getting assigned?
It is insane that Americans aren't looking for bargain bucket European stocks right now
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I have to be overlooking something, please assess this strategy.
Some ape at my local BP told me to just “Buy the dip”… thank you nice fellow in the silver Toyota Corolla 🚀🚀🚀
My account isn't going anywhere and it's making me lose interest in trading
Just got my first gains from BP and MPC calls I feel like I belong here
What is your guy’s opinion on BP and MPC earnings reports?
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Oil had a great run, but it may be time to consider cutting loose those oil industry stocks, and look into shorting them. Here's why:
Fed: We're going to increase BP to tame inflation Markets: Red Wtf 🖕🤦
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Usually when this happens it last a couple of days. It's got enough steam with short pressure to overcome FOMC tomorrow imo. Unless we surprise 50BP hike, should be good to ride for a few days. But I would still sell to cover cost basis.
Buying more CDs. Hit me that 50 BP hike you pussy ![img](emote|t5_2th52|12787)
Nope 25 BP then 30 minutes later after the market pumps JPow will crush it with his WORDS
Whats your average bag price at? I'm at $17, if tomorrow Jpowell did anything but 50BP; we would likely be back at $20.
$BP is a medium-long hold, it's going back up towards 42-44, and they're flush with cash. It's sadly more stable than a bank, also their EPS is this EOM so there opportunity for some short options. I see at as very likely to rebound further back up once panic settles and their financials are seen. They're very good... Let's all feast a little 🍽️![img](emote|t5_2th52|4276)
BP is rocketing back again as I said, it's going to reach 42-44 my guesstimate by EOM it'll at least crack 39... Also good dv paid EOM
I like those odds and the fact that the market usually has him dialed in with no true surprises. The big shock will be his tone in the meeting. He’s a mark ass bitch if he pauses and pivots, market will have a fear riot if he signals things are that bad. My guess is he comes out .25 BP and keeps the same tone he had two weeks ago that inflation could still be a problem but the bank crisis for now is covered and he believes we can continue on rates if needed while also supporting the bad bets made by the banks. In 24 hours we know 🤷♂️
No point = Bull, 25BP = bull, 50 = Bear. I doubt we'll get a 50 BP with all this bank shit going on. Likely Green tomorrow with EOD around $20.
Been telling u guys that BP is gonna shoot up before EPS dividends, it's a good yield just for holding something proven to be stabilized and propped up by multiple governments. Theys printing money they're so profitable.
I remember when everything was tanking so many hours ago and I bought puts on BP and then it wasn’t good and I’m glad I sold them. I’m so regarded
>UBS FIVE-YEAR CREDIT DEFAULT SWAPS TIGHTEN 1 BP TO 163 BPS FROM MONDAY CLOSE, JUST BELOW RECORD HIGH - S&P GLOBAL MARKET INTELLIGENCE ^\*Walter ^Bloomberg ^[@DeItaone](http://twitter.com/DeItaone) ^at ^2023-03-21 ^05:20:44 ^EDT-0400
25 BP with dovish comments that sound like a pause
100 BP hike, QE until the money printer is red hot, market runs flat with SPY having a $100 bid/ask for the remainder of the year
BP blasting off like an oil-based accelerant 🙏
BP is going up, I see a couple article about why it went up 30%+ with high dividend payout March 29 4.5% dividend payout BP 🙏 Also it's rebounding like I said last week or whatever.
Jay should just do a 2000 BP hike so we can make a risk free 25% return on investment in T BILLS
Holding puts on energy. Fuck BP, die motherfucker die
10 days ago the market was pricing in 50 BP hike and now because some banks who punted long treasuries went bust the fed is going to pause???? Nope
I think they are doing the arrest to distract from Powell's 50-75 BP rate hike that's going to tank everyone's 401k all at once.
Rates are just going to go up period. 25BPS now and another 25BPS after, they are going to crank up the borrowing cost for consumers through the banks, and then they are going to fake print money to back stop the banks. This way they can have there cake and eat it too. The fed gets to hurt you and me badly, and keep the banks floating. This idea that the fed funds rate matters to banks after SVB is ludacris. The fed funds rate is now targeted at one thing and one thing only hurt everyone not a bank, make the damn recession happen as fast as possible and as painfully as possible. So up the rate will go till the unemployment rate goes up. The fed will also keep printing fake dollars in fake lockers to hold against a bank run, and do so publicly to disincentivizes you to run it…., and thus it was fake money all along they recoil after you forget about the horrible things they did to you, or they deploy the stored printed cash during the crash they created coupled wiht lowering your credit card APY with BP shedding…. . This is all a game now for JPOW, how quick he causes the crash and how he can put insulation around as many banks as he can all while screwing every american he can.
The United Kingdom has zero dividend withholding tax. This makes it a logical place to list for industries that typically pay high dividends with little growth. This has lead to a somewhat undeserved reputation for stodgy, low growth stocks in mature industries. This is true but with zero dividend withholding tax, what would you expect? I will give you a brief rundown of what is listed in London: We have two of the six oil super majors, Shell and BP. Recently I bought shares in Woodside energy, not a supermajor but a super profitable well run Australian oil and gas producer. I believe they are something like number 10 in the world for oil and gas production. These companies will nicely complement any of the American oil majors you already hold. We also host a lot of big mining companies. I assume it is a hangover from our colonial history, we have Rio Tinto, BHP (Australian) Anglo American, Glencore (Global mining companies) and Antofagasta (South American). All are huge companies with chunky (but volatile) dividend payouts. We have two of the "big tobacco" giants, British American Tobacco and Imperial Brands. Coupled with the American Philip Morris you can enjoy a near monopoly on all tobacco products sold globally if you buy all three stocks. Dividend yield is around 6 or 7% and all tax free. Britain is known for it's financial services. Obviously you will have to tread carefully in the current environment but we have some big asset management firms, Legal and General, M&G, Aberdeen, Man group and so on. Insurance is big here too, Aviva, Legal and General. All financial stocks are suffering right now, you can get a good bargain if you can stomach the risk. HSBC and Barclays are two banks of note for having operations in the UK and overseas. The rest focus on the UK market. We have a couple of big REITS, British Land and Land Securities who own all sorts including the big skyscrappers in Central London. There are three big packaging firms, Mondi, DS Smith and Smurfit Kappa, all three are worth a look. Dull business but nicely profitable and growing. All produce big tax free dividends. For fast moving consumer goods, look at Unilever. Haleon is a recent spin out from GSK focusing on consumer brands, they make a lot of toothpaste and Panadol pain killers. They are just starting out and their first declared dividend was rather modest. Military industrial complex, we have British Aerospace and a few smaller ones like Babcock. I hope this is enough to get you started.
When I first started I made a journal to track each trade and entered a lot of data. Things like day and time when entered and exited, expectations of the trade, strategy used and why, trade details including delta, BP, risk, etc. As I refined the wheel strategy I no longer needed much of what I was capturing so limited it to only the breakeven price using a simple spreadsheet as shown on this post - [https://www.reddit.com/r/options/comments/a36k4j/the\_wheel\_aka\_triple\_income\_strategy\_explained/](https://www.reddit.com/r/options/comments/a36k4j/the_wheel_aka_triple_income_strategy_explained/) For more p&l and performance details I use the TDA website which I don't need to duplicate - [https://tickertape.tdameritrade.com/tools/capital-gains-losses-cost-basis-15831](https://tickertape.tdameritrade.com/tools/capital-gains-losses-cost-basis-15831)
> A clear downside of this method is that it doesn’t account for the opportunity cost of the BP not accounted for in my loss target. So then, why not stop fooling yourself and enter a 10% ROI on your books for that trade? That seems to solve it. And it’s related to the question in my OP.
Yes that’s the general idea of using your loss target. Another example is how I trade long calls. I exit at 10% gain or 20% loss. So if I spend $1000 of BP, a gain of $100 is an ROI of 50%, not 10%.
>Canadian bond and Index update \>@MtlExchange https://t.co/pZW9BP3lBO ^First ^Squawk ^[@FirstSquawk](http://twitter.com/FirstSquawk) ^at ^2023-03-17 ^13:24:53 ^EDT-0400
I say we fire Biden, and make Jpowell President. Now he can raise rate to 750BP.
I was in BLNK during it OTC days and made a nice profit. I got out of EV charging companies after reading that 80% of all charging will occur at home and most drive less than 120 miles per day. I then also looked at the number of gas stations in the US and EU and assumed 10 pumps per station - the number just do not add up, even if you assume 60% will charge at home. I am now reading condo are putting in charging stations to lure new residents. Yes, there will be 1-2 winners but I suspect the oil companies like BP, Chevron and Exxon will buy up the player (which is already occurring) and will dominate. Good Luck - just my opinion as it is not a segment for me. My other advise is to develop a strategy that meets your needs for both downside risks and upside rewards.
>WESTPAC NOW SEES RBA PAUSING IN APRIL, LOWERS EXPECTED RATE PEAK BY 25BP TO 3.85% ^First ^Squawk ^[@FirstSquawk](http://twitter.com/FirstSquawk) ^at ^2023-03-16 ^20:42:53 ^EDT-0400
25BP the Powell will speak and CRUSH the market at 2:30 on the 22nd
They raised 50 BP!!!! (To 3% 🐻, to 3%)
25BP next week but won’t matter was too much FOMO buying. Powells words at 2:30 on March 22 will set things straight.
BP responsible for 2 deaths in Ohio. What the fuck is wrong with their training and equipment? And I live close to Gulf Coast
We going back to 3,900? I guess yes. But out of BP for the day so can't play it.
Jpow should come out and announce a 51 BP hike, just to be petty
So there’s plenty of time to buy puts you think? I’ve already done well with XOM past week. Looking at &BP too
25 BP raise to save face. Pause. Declare "victory over inflation" (lol). Drop 100 BP. Cycle repeats.
> The fact that all the best companies in the world are based in the US is not some probabilistic accident. Shell, Toyota, Nestle, HSBC, BP, Total Energies, Glencore, Honda, Roche, Siemans.... No they aren't all in the USA.
I'm so down on oil calls though lol. People are betting on recession - so oil is just getting relentless sold off My thesis is (still believe it) inflation will be entrenched (so the fed needs to hike, which will ultimately hurt EPS, driving stocks lower People are alluding to this as GFC which is clearly not the case - thats why 2 year bond rallied (meaning rates fell) So i shorted the SFRz4's today (two's) - you will see. We will probably get a 25bp, or even a 50bp (market is pricing in no hike currently) SO. HOWEVER. BIG decision on ECB tomorrow. IF ECB PAUSES OR 25BP HIKE, MAKE SURE TO TAKE PROFITS AND CLOSE YOUR EPV POSITION. IF ECB HIKES TO 50BP YOU CAN KEEP IT BUT IT"S NOT BAD TO TAKE PROFITS Im still in EPV but took some profits just for this reason today.
If JPow has the stones to hike another 25 BP I think the market/bulas finally capitulate. Or we rally because "not 50bp as we expected"
Fed when poor people lose BP 😁 Fed when asset prices might fall 💨
BP 7 down, Shell 6.5. Weeeeeeeeee, big oil's worthless!
Shell and BP -7 soon. JFC.
>FED SWAPS SHOW POLICY PEAK MARCH; JUST 10BP TIGHTENING PRICED ^\*Walter ^Bloomberg ^[@DeItaone](http://twitter.com/DeItaone) ^at ^2023-03-15 ^09:25:51 ^EDT-0400
This is straight out of the BP CEO playbook lmao
>FED SWAPS PRICE IN 100BP OF RATE CUTS BY DEC ^FXHedge ^[@Fxhedgers](http://twitter.com/Fxhedgers) ^at ^2023-03-15 ^08:27:25 ^EDT-0400
>FED SWAPS PRICE IN 100BP OF RATE CUTS BY DECEMBER FROM EXPECTED PEAK ^\*Walter ^Bloomberg ^[@DeItaone](http://twitter.com/DeItaone) ^at ^2023-03-15 ^07:35:10 ^EDT-0400
Free up capital/margin/BP for another, better trade
What does the 50BP even matter when they do whatever the fuck they wanna do
Fed over there selling off huge swaths of their balance sheet before Durrrrrrome gets up on stage next week. ​ Appreciate the exit liquidity, here have a 50 BP.
Futures up, but seems like a mixed to bad report. Used cars down seemed to help overall CPI being in line with expectations. Core CPI still up a lot, I don’t see any rate pauses or a pivot this year. That being said we’ve dropped for the past week anticipating a 50 BP hike and coming out of a couple bank failures. I think the market will internet this news as not too bad and go up for a bit.
>FED SWAPS SHOW ODDS OF 25BP MARCH MOVE STEADY AROUND 4-IN-5 ^\*Walter ^Bloomberg ^[@DeItaone](http://twitter.com/DeItaone) ^at ^2023-03-14 ^08:33:17 ^EDT-0400
Some people have accumulated extra money and are willing to pay more, however others are going under (at various speeds). Shell, BP, and other oil companies are not making obscene profits on people *wanting* to drive around, they're making obscene profits on people *having* to commute to work, freight companies *having* to deliver. Groceries have gone up, people still have to eat; there is only so much cutting back in that area. Big food chains have increased their profits margins significantly. This plays out in different parts of the world at different rates, which also gets obfuscated by local events, but a lot of the big corporations are global players and taking opportunities to enrich themselves as much as possible in the short term, and to a large degree, at peoples expense. This is not confined to one country, it is happening across the whole western world (not even talking about the runaway inflation in a handful of countries due to specific political circumstances). Governments don't really care, because an increased price carries an increased sales tax element, increased profits help corporation tax intakes, and most politicians are shareholders thinking far more of their own pockets than anyone they supposedly represent.
>NOMURA: WE EXPECT A 25BP FED RATE CUT AND A HALT OF QUANTITATIVE TIGHTENING IN MARCH ^First ^Squawk ^[@FirstSquawk](http://twitter.com/FirstSquawk) ^at ^2023-03-13 ^21:53:09 ^EDT-0400
CPI is gonna be the big story for two days, indication a 50BP hike, then PPI will make them flip flop and go with 0BP
I don't know. The BP oil spill one was pretty good too.
How do I buy corporate bonds in this stock? This reminds me of the Gulf oil spill when BP bonds were paying 40% in the aftermath.
>NOMURA FORECASTS 25BP FED RATE CUT AND QT HALT IN MARCH. #LMAO Im a bull, and even I don't believe that...
Jpowell don't give a fuck about fat bank, he said "There will be pain, and we have not feel it yet." Don't be surprise if he throw a 50BP hike in FOMC. Inflation need to be near 2% no matter what under his statment.
If you are going very wide then you might as well just sell naked because the BP used will be less.
Shell with a cool -6%. Totally normal. BP -6.2.
>TRADERS SEE 54% CHANCE FED HOLDS RATES ON MARCH 22, 46% CHANCE OF 25-BP HIKE AFTER SVB COLLAPSE, ACCORDING TO MARKET PRICING ^\*Walter ^Bloomberg ^[@DeItaone](http://twitter.com/DeItaone) ^at ^2023-03-13 ^06:00:15 ^EDT-0400
25 BP: 99.6% 50 BP: 0.4% lmao https://www.cmegroup.com/markets/interest-rates/cme-fedwatch-tool.html
>GOLDMAN SACHS RESEARCH - LEFT UNCHANGED EXPECTATION THAT FED WILL DELIVER 25BP HIKES IN MAY, JUNE, AND JULY AND NOW EXPECT A 5.25-5.5% TERMINAL RATE ^First ^Squawk ^[@FirstSquawk](http://twitter.com/FirstSquawk) ^at ^2023-03-12 ^23:32:37 ^EDT-0400
50BP March increase a must now?
It says in the pdf at the end of the pdf 1 year overnight swap rate plus 10 BP. So basically the same rate as the 1 yr treasury plus 10 basis points. So QE.
They’re sucking liquidity out this is their exact goal. When people lose their jobs they’re much more protected than someone in the working class getting slaughtered by inflationZ If CPI overshoots and they don’t go 50 BP the market will start to doubt their seriousness. They’d be in a tough spot but nothing is really broken yet besides tech. 25 BP with a hot inflation number sends the message that they’re scared and ready to pivot at any moment. 50 BP tells everyone this is our priority and barring another GFC we’re getting it down.
His LinkedIn says he worked at Radio Shack in college. His first job out of school was Accounting at Circuit City. Then Regional Director at Benigans for a tumultuous year. Then Safety Director at BP Americas for six months. CTO at Equifax prior to Lehman. He is like the antithesis of Forest Gump.
Marginable stock BP are funds you have available to purchase stocks that can be bought on margin. Not all stocks can be purchased on margin. Non marginable funds are funds you have available to purchase stock that is non marginable. Such as penny stocks for example. You can’t purchase a penny stock on margin, so you need to look at your non marginable funds
Yeah, rolling out a week seems like my best option right now if I’m tested. I also read your post on wheeling through March 2020 and avoiding a margin call/coming up on top. I saw that you had mentioned only using 50% BP. Currently, I’m at 55% BPU. If I start taking assignment, that number will start going up. Currently I don’t really see margin call risk as I have plenty of BP left but if I start gong 60-65%, and margin requirements start ballooning, I can get in trouble.
Oh yeah 200 bps is certainly going to make the BP and Walmart execs think 'let's not price gouge 🤗'
Market contagion is a feature not a bug, nothing will stop the BP hikes until the market is fully corpsed. The beatings will continue until TSLA is $5 per share.
I think they're going to do exactly what they said. 25 BP hikes until it feels right then a 2 quarter pause
Fuck this market guru, 75BP is on the table with 99% chance. Lets get this fucking 2008 style crash started.
Powell is fucked...25 BP
Oh no, BP with heir record profits has gone up after the news gt out. Who could have expected this? This was not what I was expecting... ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4276)![img](emote|t5_2th52|4276)![img](emote|t5_2th52|4276)
>U.S TREASURY TWO-YEAR YIELD EXTENDS DAY'S DECLINE TO MORE THAN 20BP ^\*Walter ^Bloomberg ^[@DeItaone](http://twitter.com/DeItaone) ^at ^2023-03-10 ^09:33:47 ^EST-0500
>FED SWAPS DOWNGRADE ODDS OF 50BP MARCH RATE HIKE TO UNDER 50% ^\*Walter ^Bloomberg ^[@DeItaone](http://twitter.com/DeItaone) ^at ^2023-03-10 ^08:32:38 ^EST-0500
>FED FUNDS FUTURES RALLY, IMPLY ROUGHLY EVEN CHANCE OF 50BP HIKE IN MARCH ^First ^Squawk ^[@FirstSquawk](http://twitter.com/FirstSquawk) ^at ^2023-03-09 ^19:49:48 ^EST-0500
Getting BP vibes on this asshat's ['sorry'](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQhmGIW7MVU)
Yes, you are correct, Margin Requirement is higher for strangle. I guess it depends on the underline (cost), higher stocks/ETF’s can take more BP.
>Prospect of 50 BP Hike 'Off The Boil' After Jobless Claims Rise https://t.co/BB3cz94BcX ^\*Walter ^Bloomberg ^[@DeItaone](http://twitter.com/DeItaone) ^at ^2023-03-09 ^13:52:02 ^EST-0500
do you think this has something to do with it https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20230215005964/en/TravelCenters-of-America-to-be-Acquired-by-BP-for-86.00-Per-Share-or-Approximately-1.3-Billion
>I can almost guarantee you’re trying to sell something Lmao, what??? Bro I'm just trying to see if anyone else has tips because I question if it's sustainable... The BP thing is a single investment I made... For all I know your gonna try and sell me something wtf 🤷
So you’re averaging $7k/week and your strategy is holding BP shares? Everything in your post reeks of bullshit I can almost guarantee you’re trying to sell something
I might be a dioahit but, What's was BP's avg price at 1 year ago roughly? What is their annual dividend which I also enjoyed? Add those up, is that a significant gain that I held predicting for a long time? 🤦
How many BP we getting next fed meeting boys?