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Should I sell BP cash secured put?

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Just got my first gains from BP and MPC calls I feel like I belong here

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What is your guy’s opinion on BP and MPC earnings reports?

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1k to 50k then back to 41k in a week

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Question: Historical trends in the 4th quarter...

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7-22-22 SPY/ ES Futures Weekly TA and Recap (bonus Apple today)… this is along one but worth it…

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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:

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Fed: We're going to increase BP to tame inflation Markets: Red Wtf 🖕🤦

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If Jerome Powell had any balls he would walk into the press conference tomorrow with a lit cigar and announces 100 BP hikes until everyone stops whining

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75 BPS or 100 BP rate hike is too high

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Goldman Sachs and Evercore ISI Fed Forecasts 75bp Hikes in June and July

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The State of the Current Market

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Has anyone here been margin called? I’m worried…

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Can’t see the point of short SPX boxes

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No surprises! Powell has done another great job! What do you think of the stock market?

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No surprises! Powell has done another great job! What do you think of the stock market?

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No surprises! Powell has done another great job! What do you think of the stock market?

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Went all in on my second options trade ever... It's close, but I just might piss my pants before Friday

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Recession proof EV charging giant in the making. $DCFC

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Saw some degen DD about Fed balance sheet so in return I will actually share some real knowledge

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Put my last 2k on peleton puts on Monday, tripled my money and put all 6k on UVXY calls. Just sold. I'm scared to buy anything now because I have been down for ao long. the 28k BP is margin to my 14k cash

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Playing with BP, when will it pick a direction

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$BPT under-the-radar Oil play

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You autistic retards! They've been playing us with Ukraine conflict at large. Puts on Ukraine!

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$MDMP. With BP getting rid of Russian oil assets does this make the whispers of a buy out in the Permian Basin more likely ?

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BP to exit its 19.75% stake in Russian oil major Rosneft. BP directors on Rosneft resign with immediate effect

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Damn only got $20 option BP till tomorrow ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4260)

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Funnily enough, outside of the UK REIT, I have no UK stocks. They just don't seem appealing except for BP, and SHEL. I ended up selling SCHD just now for 4% gain. I split the money 60/40 between CPS1 / VXUS 60/40. I read that was a common allocation. As for reits, I may get rid of, I'll think about it a bit more. I did hear UK and Europe are quite profitable with REITs. Although my broker only has a UK etf. Europe isn't listed.

Coming out of college debt free is a big help. But I follow a few rules: Be really sure when using leverage Buy low sell high - basically do great DD Let others pay carry on your assets I came out of undergrad and got a Wall Street job in 2009. A buddy and I wanted to live together. I didn’t live in Manhattan and eat at fancy restaurants like everyone else. Saved, took out a loan and bought a condo in NJ near the bottom of the real estate crash and my buddy paid me rent. Turned that into a rental when I left in 2013 and moved to MT where the cost of living is very low. For my portfolio I look for stocks that get unfairly punished on a piece of news and will most likely recover. E.g. BP oil spill, all stocks in 2020, most recently MYOV down to 7. I also got lucky buying NVDA at $16 around 2010 when they were going for the Apple chip deal. That’s about it.

If you're using all your BP regardless, I'd aim for smaller % gains and compound off that. 5-10% gains off your full amounts each day. It'll start adding up quicker. Obviously 0dte are far riskier so I'd shoot for further DTE, but compounding smaller % amounts over time will add up G.

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I think we will start to see a down trend in September through October like we did last year. We have the feds that will raise again in September as of now the market has priced 50 BP hike which JP always follows. They can fuck with the CPI report all they want in September and make it look like a diamond but it still smells like shit. What the feds can't fuck with is the actual retails sales and manufacturing orders and output. There is always going to be a delay in the economy when the feds raise and start QT. The market didn't like rates hikes and QT in 2014 and they not going to like it again.

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Source on 75 BP? everything I read is 10. And they've been cutting while US has been hiking for a while now. Nothing new really.

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Idk many details but BP is apparently trying to transition to renewables fast like solar farms

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You can put on a credit spread here to reduce overall BP usage. As a pure probability play it's absolutely not horrible in terms of success rate, but you're almost always better off getting more premium with the same strike width slightly closer to the money, because flat dollar return vs collateral requirement per contract set is abysmal. If the price is getting cut in half, no where on the options ladder would be safe on a put credit spread.

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So …sell BP or buy?!

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Thanks for the insights. I’ve held several oil positions, had BP for awhile, am long and continue to buy COP (crazy special dividends and reinvestment going on there for the foreseeable future), held XOM a few times, and always watching CVX, but can’t find an acceptable entry point. I think I am in a better spot to hold some positions for decades so I’m going to do so.

The operative term being "Observed". Not simply "Observable" but directly OBSERVED. You're sitting there and arguing that simply observing the "Miles flown in a corporate jet" is an UNBIASED measure in data 🤣🤣🤣 So, if Apple empowered its senior engineers with Private jet travel to China during the height of the Pandemic they would be at the bottom of the pile while BP or Saudi Aramco would rate higher 🤣 Think about that, just pause your caveman instinct to find a zinger response and think . . .it MAY help you become a better person, but its your choice.

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Look into some high yield and reputable companies to hold dividends and DRIP at your age. You’ll have a treasure trove by 30. VZ, BP, CVX, JNJ for example

Why is QT been so unaggrsssive if it’s only .25 BP equivalent??

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This man speak facts. 15 in BP = 1M atleast here at WSB.

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Good morning. Looks like my 3/17 SPY 500s ask ran up to 3.27 yesterday while I was away. My basis is 2.95 on 50 of them being bought since last July. These were the ones that ran up 151% in Jan and I didnt dump them because I am a greedy poopy-head. I set a GTC sell on these at 7.50 but current delta is telling me that wont happen until SPY hits 455-465 again. So I am watching them to see where we go around 430 SPY. Will we dump again? Who knows but even if we close the year at 470 on SPY (very bullish), theta will keep the actual price below that 7.50 sell price if we meander up to that level by Dec 31st. I am waiting on a few things to rise before selling again. I dont think I will add to anything right now. Sept 1st starts the full FED QT on the balance sheet. If I remember correctly that process will equal a 25BP increase to the funds rate but its going to be a long drawn out process for years so I really only think we will see market changes due to algos picking up on negative headlines about the process rather than the actual process. We are going into a period after summer when travel demand drastically decreases so we will definitely see Energy inflation come down significantly over the next two CPI releases. November numbers in Dec and forward may have increases due to how harsh winter will be in Europe and the US. We need Russia to capitulate and walk away but I doubt that will happen. I think we will slow crawl up to 430 and stick around that level until mid Sept, pull back due to election headlines (uncertainty) and then run back up afterward. Id like to think we hit the lows in the market but we'll see. Good luck everyone.

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BP can you elaborate on monthly puts??

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well then i give up on you being full of shit. > So it’s on the SUPPORT page for a website, which we all know everyone looks at, but isn’t on the advertisements. Its also on each model page. Elon tweets about it every week or so. Stop pretending people dont know its not BETA > Yeah there’s waaaaay more than 1 video though of teslas fucking up and hitting random shit when there’s no reason they should. ITS IN BETA and the trackers show its progressively getting better per miles driven. And miles driven with disengagements is better than Waymo or any other produce for FSD out there. > Even The DMV says Tesla is doing misleading advertising for their full self driving and purporting to be something it isn’t. https://archive.ph/BP3Vl 2 problems with that. They arent doing anything about it and they have been saying this for years now. Second problem is, other companies have autopilot that has the same issues as Teslas autopilot so you cant go after just tesla if that the case. So where is the lawsuits or NHTSA making Tesla change your claim of false advertising? Answer: THEY ARENT FALSE ADVERTISING Again you are full of shit and speaking fake news FUD. Start thinking like an investor instead of a conspiracy nutjob.

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So it’s on the SUPPORT page for a website, which we all know everyone looks at, but isn’t on the advertisements. Nice. Yeah there’s waaaaay more than 1 video though of teslas fucking up and hitting random shit when there’s no reason they should. Even The DMV says Tesla is doing misleading advertising for their full self driving and purporting to be something it isn’t. https://archive.ph/BP3Vl

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Dont worry man, just learn from this for the next time. I sold a tesla call I had for 600$ profit that ran up all the way to 10k+ in the following week. I also held 30 BP calls that were profits in the morning all the way to losses in the evening. I much rather take the profits when I see em.

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XLE calls, or would a single major like BP or XOM be better?

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Yes, but not to as large a degree as producers like BP and XOM. I own a few hundred shares of ET and a couple thousand EPD.

I've said this many times and will repeat it. I post how I do it and that may or may not work for you. How I do it is to track how often I get assigned, which is very rare at only 2 to 3 times each year. As I am opening trades I track the options buying power against the net liquidity to keep it at or below 50%. An account with a $100K net liq would have a $50K or higher option BP as this could be 50% or higher cash. When opening a trade I look at the buying power effect on TOS as this is what TDA shows as a guide for the risk, and keep that to 5% of my net liq. A quick example is the 162.5 Sep 9 put on AAPL. It has a mid of about $2.05 and a max loss of $16,045. Of course, the max loss would only happen if AAPL went to zero and I think we can all agree the odds of that happening in the next 29 days is zero. The buying power effect is $2669 or 2.6% of a $100K account. Keep in mind this $100K is actually $200K when taking into account the margin. The $2669 is below 5% of my account and provided opening this trade keeps at least 50% of my account in cash then this meets my trading plan. I know the odds of being assigned are extremely small as I know how to trade and roll to avoid assignments. But even if assigned I have plenty of capital to handle the shares and then sell CCs to have them called away quickly. I've also said many times that newer traders who do not have multi year histories of trading and having an assignment rate will want to consider adding up the cost of stocks being assigned to avoid being having too many assignments.

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I have XOM and BP. Both green. I do believe the coming recession will hurt gasoline stocks. But…how much upside is left? Prices at the pump is down a bit now.

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For tastyworks, you need 2k for a margin account. You can trade spreads, naked, volatility and leverage products, and futures (so just about everything). For spreads, your BP is the credit + Max Loss (unless you have portfolio margin) For selling naked, your BP is usually around 10% (selling a 10P would be around 100 in BP). Underlying a that have over 100% IV tend to lean towards Cash Secured Futures, they have their own margin rules. Tends to be less than options relative to the notional value of the contracts

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Imagine having the same political views as KPMG, Citibank, Burger King, Chanel, BP etc. Lol clearly they are after your best interest.

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$INIT - Initiator Pharma, a danish company listed in Stockholm Nasdaq (First North) is developing a new drug again Trigeminal Neuralgia and other pain indications. Topline data crushed Pfizers own Lyrica - a $5B drug. Market is valuing the drug candidate to ZERO as the company is unknown by broader market but Management very loved by BP in other ventures. Mcap - $40m. https://www.initiatorpharma.com/en/correction-initiator-pharma-reports-positive-efficacy-data-outcome-of-the-iptn2021-program-phase-i-study-to-assess-pain-reducing-effects/

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BP is over $30. A put option would get you $2.00 at most for that strike and date

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Lezgo BP BOIIII

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>\*SWAPS SHOW AMOUNT OF FED HIKES PRICED FOR SEPT. DOWN TO 58BP ^\*Walter ^Bloomberg ^[@DeItaone](http://twitter.com/DeItaone) ^at ^2022-08-10 ^08:37:10 ^EDT-0400

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Green then reality sets in and red for weeks. 75BP followed by 75BP ….. Powell is loving the market strength right now.

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$1.4M in buying power like that’s a flex. Lol SPAN margin means a dude with $160k can play with $2M in BP. But flexing like a pretend millionaire is cool I guess.

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JPOW we need a 200BP like tomorrow

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Been looking into it. Might be a good play. Check out BP tho could be even better

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CPI will be lower than last reading, that will mean fed does not have to be so agressive w/ rate hikes, if its anything lower that 9 we probably get a .5 BP hike in sept.

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I personally like value investing. The assumption is that the true value of a company is based on the sum of its future cash flows (typically over the next 10 years). The hard part is predicting the future cash flows. These days I just hold tech index funds, but back when I bothered to do research I would run a buffet style filter for 1) stocks that have had a big crash due to a one time event (tylenol cyanide scare, BP oil spill, covid crisis etc) 2) had good debt to equity (e.g. less than .5) 3) had a history of solid earnings and is a fundamentally well run business, with executives with a solid track record. 4) is not a car mfg, airline, or other business with long term structural risks. Oil could fit that someday. I personally am ok with a bad future P/E because typically it is bad because of the one time event.

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My BP is $5.9k. That’s my loss porn from when I was 18 that hasn’t seen the light of day until now.

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Well your BP of $4 could have something to do with it, since their minimum for margin is $2k (which is incredibly low)... All you need to do is 500x that $4 and you'll be golden

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That's not correct. They do significant amounts of both. Exxon, Chevron, Shell, BP, P66, Marathon, Valero... All of them are funneling billions into buybacks and have been for years.

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Drop a 1000 BP bomb please

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Papa Powell watching you cucks with a 100 BP hike clenched in both hands

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Double it and maybe. Never heard of BP meds for gaur growth.

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Huh, I happen to have a low dose BP med for hair growth. I wonder if it’s enough to compensate

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Tren raised my bp to 210/120. Need BP meds just to be in that shit. And it was a relatively low dose. And I could walk more than a half mile without my shins catching on fire. Am 40 done 3 cycles. Strength gains are amazing though.

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Didn’t happen with BP. Despite my calls. Stick around 29 all week. Crushed earnings.

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Immigration slowed. Maybe legal immigration. Illegal immigration is breaking records. Take what you hear or see on the news and multiply it by 10 and those are the real numbers. 3 of my family members and close friends are BP agents. They are seeing it in person. Never been this bead.

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https://www.cmegroup.com/trading/interest-rates/countdown-to-fomc.html 70% going on 75BP. Maybe even 100 when they need to be aggresive.

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That is a good point. Shell and BP especially have been gunning pretty hard (or publically at least) for renewable energy. I imagine Marathon probably is too.

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Am I missing something. Higher chance of 75 BP in September. Market sold off all year due to rate hikes

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100BP Incoming

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As I said I use it and I think many can use it if you are disciplined. With a nice bounce last week it's easy to want to go in further and further to make more profit meaning using more of your buying power up chasing the easy money so to speak. This is what kills most investors though in any tradin strategy. Just think if I use 50% of my BP or even 60 I would be at 6% or 9% for the month so you use a little more a little more until a small event happens which puts you in the margin call which happens much faster than regular equities. And the crazy part about span margin, the lower the volatility the less buying power you use which if you understand why it makes sense. So for instance if Vicks jumps up to 35 or 40 you can actually use four of your buying power up to like 50%. The opposite is true for when fixing volatility is low you're really only supposed to use 25% when it's below 20 or so because you're expecting it to jump on any sort of news. Without reading the comments I'm sure others have said use it in small portions should be okay like any other leveraged products get your head around it see how things move before jumping in. And make sure before jumping in you go through a decent drawdown. In the overall market to see how scary and caught off guard it can be for somebody. I hope these sentences make sense LOL I'm driving kind of fast to work no proofreading and talk to text. If it doesn't turn your phone upside down and maybe it will

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I am a doctor literally monkeypox is not going to cause sepsis. Sepsis is Simply a white cell count >12 or <4 , temp > 100.5, HR > 90, Resp Rate >20, Plus a source of infection. Septic shock is the above w hypotension BP < 90 despite fluid resuscitation. Lab test can’t tell me sepsis… plus I use other things like lactic acid and procalcitonin.

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I bought at a similar time and sold out earlier this year (sold shell at 2300, Apache at 45) There is a huge disconnect between earnings right now and the stock price. Look at BP trading on something stupid like P/E of 5, latest results were insane and they have barely moved over the year. There is a lot of expectation of a price drop due to recession etc., I think risk of a drop is getting higher all the time and I don't see the share prices going much higher, but if you're getting great dividends maybe the risk / reward is worth it for you.

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Same. 2 days ago on BP. Still in the fetal position sucking my thumb after 14 year record profits left me losing money on calls lmao

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CYDY and TOMDF. Both biotech companies rumored for a possible buyout/partnership from a large BP. SP too low it can’t hurt to gamble some extra money. CYDY is making a killing though for a couple of weeks.

What companies are you looking at in particular? BP have made the profit mostly because of the commodity price. Petrol stations (mostly driven by supermarkets) I’ll have you, they’re not appropriately passing price drops on to customers. British Gas I’m not so sure. I think they’re making money because of prudent hedging practices. Their pricing is set up to future proof the business but at present they’re making a huge profit because they locked in their prices when they were low, that profit will come back down.

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Finally, someone talking some sense. I just hope we get another activist villain like we did with the first BP, Peacemaker, Falcon and Winter Soldier, etc

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I personally don’t think the worst is behind us. The largest increases in prices may be, but I think the economy will look much different in 1-2 years with relatively higher unemployment. As for this rally, I think investors especially institutions are looking at it and saying “the last rate hike should have been a full BP, and the fed should be selling more assets. If the fed isn’t a going to get serious about inflation, than we need to buy now, as it appears all this new liquid in the economy is going to remain for the near future.” I do not believe the majority of them are saying “the worst is behind us, a few marginal rate hikes and inflation will take care of itself”

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Sooo why did BP do nothing on 3x earnings but now it's randomly up a dollar?

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It's staggering, it's almost like the rich are doing their best to make socialists look reasonable with the whole "Eat The Rich" schtick. The price cap on energy (based on average usage and cost cap per unit of energy) in the UK went up from £1,277 per year to £1,971 per year in April, and the energy regulator is speculating that it will be increased to £3,360 in October. At the same time, Shell, BP, Centrica, Exxon, Chevron all reported either record profits or decade-high profits. Understandably, people are getting very very angry.

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>U.S. TREASURY YIELDS TURN LOWER, 10-YEAR YIELD LAST DOWN 1 BP AT 2.7337% ^First ^Squawk ^[@FirstSquawk](http://twitter.com/FirstSquawk) ^at ^2022-08-03 ^15:19:11 ^EDT-0400

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DVN, FANG, BP any oil stocks but the beats were already priced in based on oil prices. No real movement after earnings

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FED SWAPS for September are at 50% 75BP HIKE and 50% 50BP HIKE — what’s up with the pivot? That’s not a pivot ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4260)

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Idk but I sold that BP call quick yesterday lmao

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BP getting pumped during pre-market for two days. It drilled after open yesterday so I sold my calls for a loss, and now its getting pumped again. :)

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Over the past week, the six major multinational oil giants—ExxonMobil, Chevron, Shell, BP, TotalEnergies and Eni—reported combined profits of over $64 billion in the second quarter alone. The orgy of profiteering is not limited to the six major oil companies. The smaller US companies Valero, Phillips 66 and Hess posted a massive combined quarterly profit of $8.62 billion.In total, these nine companies reported over $72 billion in profits over three months. The oil companies, by and large, have refused to increase production, driving gas prices in the United States earlier this summer to an average of $5 a gallon and siphoning billions from working class families into their coffers. While the price of a gallon of gas has dipped somewhat in the last month to a nationwide average of $4.19 a gallon, this is still over a dollar more than the $3.17 recorded at this same time last year.

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Over the past week, the six major multinational oil giants—ExxonMobil, Chevron, Shell, BP, TotalEnergies and Eni—reported combined profits of over $64 billion in the second quarter alone. The orgy of profiteering is not limited to the six major oil companies. The smaller US companies Valero, Phillips 66 and Hess posted a massive combined quarterly profit of $8.62 billion.In total, these nine companies reported over $72 billion in profits over three months. The oil companies, by and large, have refused to increase production, driving gas prices in the United States earlier this summer to an average of $5 a gallon and siphoning billions from working class families into their coffers. While the price of a gallon of gas has dipped somewhat in the last month to a nationwide average of $4.19 a gallon, this is still over a dollar more than the $3.17 recorded at this same time last year.

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#Ban Bet Lost /u/Nihohaha (0/1) made a bet that BP would go to 28.033250000000002 when it was 29.05 and it did not, so they were banned for a week.

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Lmao same. All in on 8/5c BP and still managed to -40%

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BP puts 8/5, inverse me and one of us will be right

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Down 40% on my yolo BP calls that I overpaid for, hopefully we print the rest of this week, if not I have a car I can sell and multiple organs

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Dang…y’all sucking on BP’s!?

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Bought 8/5 calls on BP, MRO, MPC, and COP. Not one has covered haha. Despite excellent earnings from BP and MPC. Trash, oil haha

Got out my BP calls with 23% gains, still broke asf 😎

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Welp, that was a BP pump for ants.

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Its a tricky game oil is these days..BP also popped the div by 10% and its a company div lovers look to so that also will help with any uplift. I sold some calls early and got out of them already with a real nice $, my week is done if I want but I keep trolling....looking at csco now for some drop n pop

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Hey, I made some money today for a change! Yay money! CAT puts, AFL and BP calls.

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I don’t know why I try and play earnings anymore, I inversed myself yesterday for BP got gapped. Not even investing myself works. In other news SIGA 🤑

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BP pppppppppp, a weeeeeeeeeee ER blowout, $39 should be on the tableau

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Why the. BP not go uppppp

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I'm in BP, what did u/OPINION_IS_UNPOPULAR say? Btw, is anyone else's reddit webpage freezing when typing forward slash or am I the rehtard?

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Is BP guidance good? The ER looks good.

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Foreign investments have been FLOCKING South because we can't regulate consistently. One day you're approved, the next you're not... In the last 5 years: shell has all but left, Exxon is barely interested in staying, Conoco has left, Koch industries has left, the government literally had to buy a pipeline project because the owner left citing poor government communication. BP has left. Siemens has closed their factories. Schneider electric pulled out this year. Canada has been sending one message, we are closed for business.

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Sold my spy put yesterday for a tiny profit and bought BP calls for overnight 🤡

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So when Oil goes back to $100 then $110 and above INFLATION IS STILL PEAKED? Don’t be conned by Powell. He is just pushing to pain out til mid September then going to hit you with a full BP increase

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