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Schlumberger Limited

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So I have followed my startegy of harvesting the flowers (winners) since January. I also hold onto the weeds in hopes they will bounce back (psfe, weber, fdx, C, JPM). If something was up 30% I sold half of it. For example sold half my oils CVX, SLB. Yes I left money on the table as they have stayed strong but I still owned XOM and MPC. Sold CLF after I made 40% in short time watched it run higher but I had locked 40% return (don't be a pig). What I am guilty of is greed LY. I was up a lot on msft, aapl and pypl. Greed got the best of me and instead of exiting pypl at $300 i held and held and held. My basis is $40. I was a total pig. I have added aapl in last 2 weeks ($157 and $143). I own a lot of aapl and believe it has a strong moat, strong balance sheet and great brand.....all things I look for in a LT holding. MSFT is the same but aapl and msft are a large % of my portfolio now so I need to think through increasing that %. Getting my ass kicked on GM and even on F rn. What has been relatively winning??? JNJ, ABBV, TXN, RTX all purchased some time ago. Days like today feel like a kick in the nuts as I was down 5% (woke up to TGT down $50/share). Like in real estate, you make your money on the entry not the sell. If you buy strong companies at a good PE you will do well.

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Do you work for slb?

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I don't know much about OKE.

XOM is great. I like CVX. And buy only a hand full of stocks in large quantity. Easier to make money that way. XOM would be my number 2 buy if I didn't like CVX so much.

SLB is good for sure, but my investing interests are in junk like XOM and CVX. IT isn't for me.

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OIH ?

- they the oil service sector. Companies that supply the rigs with parts.

Really you just want slob. (SLB)

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Energy names have led every interim rally. You should be buying energy to some degree. $SLB

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VIX has yet to hit 40. This is not over. Sell any QQQ/tech/ARKK rallies.

If you never bought energy, now is the time to start building. Energy will lead us out. $SLB $WFRD $OAS $MGY

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Yeah, SLB/EOG down 7-8%, would lose less money with quality tech and fangs today.

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I recently bought $SLB Schlumberger for oil/ gas.

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I believe SLB is a buy at 39, Sell at 44 or june Which ever comes first

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Mid 50s, investing for 30+ years. I have sat tight during this downturn except sold CVX, CLF and SLB bc i had made DD returns in 6 weeks. I have several stocks that are down like F, GM, SBUX, C, JPM. Have sold nothing else. Nothing. Have not YET boight anything but I have a focused shopping list which includes adding to quality stocks like MSFT, AAPL, PYPL, MAR, ABBV. Never owned meme or ultra pandemic stocks like RBLX, ZOOM, DOCUSIGN bc I just thought they were not for me and I thought they'd be ST only. Quality companies with quality balance sheets will always win.

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Yeah I have pretty big bag of SLB and it barely moved on great earnings but I’m still bullish. Hopefully we get a little tech bounce tomorrow so I can unload NVDA and have some cash ready to btfd if needed

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Every Tuesday api has numbers to release

5min charts for slb vet starting at 1030 with others following associated patterns

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if recession is actually a thing, everything will go down. I'm still overweight energy though, because many are cash machines. SLB had a good report if u want to dip your toes

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VET SLB XOM

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If you haven’t been paying attention the oil play is back on, Supply is still on the decline, capital expenditures are in the can, Warm months bring more demand, An imbalance causes the price to go high, high prices pay companies well, well paid companies are worth more. Recently the market had a big fuck portfolios dumped all stocks dumped oil stocks went with them. Fundamentals say no this is not right, oil stocks go up

#VET #SLB #🛢🛢🛢🛢🛢

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Probs get the same treatment at SLB post earnings.

Will beat - but drop on forward guidance

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SLB with the casual -9%

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On Friday, I had to use my Robinhood (which I don’t like to do because it doesn’t allow 0DTE so you will see my calls were 4/29 expiration. I used Robinhood because my other platform day trades were all used up. It was an up-and-down week and I was up as much as 3600 on Wednesday but on Friday morning I had a little over 1200. Normally if I have to use Robinhood all by Friday options at the end of Thursday, but I wanted to make a play on SLB earnings. The reason I chose it is because it’s like other heavily institutionally owns stocks like Kmi or even T or that us usually have almost no pre-market volume but huge volume during reg hours. So even with the significant earnings hit or miss unlike other stocks that have lots of premarket volume, the gains they make on an earnings results stay calm during regular hours. I bought these calls at 9:35 AM on Friday morning

tap here for SLB call

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monday might not be good because large losses on friday mean the market is not done. Today i bought NEM CHKP CVX XOM EOG SLB. Thinking about TSLA and Crypto montag.

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SLB smashed earnings and doesn’t have much premarket volume in spite of heavy volume traded during regular hours. It’s like a KMI or T and heavily controlled by the MM for institutional purposes. These stocks tend to make gains after the market opens rather than PM so they are good to buy options on at open.

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Buying $SLB Schlumberger. Revenues high after Q1 & FY outlook higher.

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SLB should 🚀 but who knows with this market

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$SLB: beat EPS, revs, adj EBITDA with a 40% increase in its dividend. Saw increased client activity, price increases and expects EBITDA margins for full yr to be up 200 bps.

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>$SLB - SCHLUMBERGER NV SHARES UP 1.4% PREMARKET AFTER HIGHER PROFIT https://t.co/EtznCY8Y6y

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-04-22 ^07:10:09 ^EDT-0400

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Ya that was disappointing. I recently moved from GUSH to UCO but most were in oil stocks. Bought SLB at close. Hoping for a better overall day tomorrow so my Tesla and oil can return to where they should be. Can’t wait until August when oil hits $200/barrel.

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Was cash gang but went all in on CLF, CVE, CLR, SU, ROCC, NUE, SLB and UPST at the close. Way overdone for oil cos today. These companies are all about to report record earnings next week.

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Upvoted. Concur and also say that I have been following energy services earnings and:

  • HAL was good but the management was non-committal. They say that projects will be shorter-cycle going forward meaning there may be more projects going forward but each of smaller amount and shorter duration.

  • BKR was just rubbish.

SLB is tomorrow.

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Best performing stocks in the S&P YTD. Ask me how many energy companies Im invested in... FML

OXY

Occidental Petroleum Corp.

95.72%

MOS

Mosaic Company (The)

69.25%

HAL

Halliburton Co.

65.59%

APA

APA Corporation

53.70%

MRO

Marathon Oil Corp.

52.92%

BKR

Baker Hughes a GE Co.

51.33%

CF

CF Industries Holdings Inc.

45.61%

HES

Hess Corp.

44.59%

CTRA

Coterra Energy Inc.

41.95%

CVX

Chevron Corp.

38.76%

COP

Conocophillips

38.54%

SLB

Schlumberger Ltd.

37.93%

PXD

Pioneer Natural Resources Co.

37.47%

VLO

Valero Energy Corp.

35.19%

XOM

Exxon Mobil Corp.

34.97%

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$slb seems aight

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what do you like about SLB?

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Hopefully great. I bought SLB calls this afternoon and am also long in MTDR.

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SLB and HAL are suppliers of equipment for the oil industry and I’m bullish on them

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I sold covered calls on my slb holdings for months, then BAM! +30% in a month. I’m still rolling for my life lol

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Calls on HAL, BKR, SLB, NEX 🖨🖨🖨

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Energy services stocks. Yes, energy prices may remain high for quite some time. However, it appears that energy companies are gunshy to invest heavily in new energy capex until it is apparent that higher energy prices are here to stay and not a mere fluke due to the Ukraine War.

Longer term though, they may be good. Shorter-term, we'll see if I'm right next week with HAL and SLB both announcing earnings.

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Dude, why would you want to get hit with short term capital gains if your long on oil stocks? I personally will buy PUTs after a good run up in stock prices to take advantage of the volatility. I’m long on APA, OXY, SLB, SM, and SLB but I’m not going to sell my shares while trying to time the market.

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Elons In the Lithium business Boys

One company I'm looking at

Schlumberger NV (SLB) - Schlumberger New Energy (NeoLith Energy) - In March the Company announced plans to launch a DLE pilot plant in Nevada, working with Pure Energy Minerals [TSXV:PE] (OTCQB:PEMIF). Schlumberger recently announced that they were collaborating with Panasonic [TYO:6752] (OTCPK:PCRFY), who of course supply Tesla (TSLA) batteries at Giga Nevada. More details on Schlumberger New Energy here. Details on Pure Energy Minerals here. Details on Schlumberger's right to acquire 100% of Pure Energy's Clayton Valley Project here.

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Buy $HAL or $BKR, or $SLB. I prefer $HAL. If everyone in the world is drilling than the Oil Equip/Svcs stocks will 3x $XOM or $CVX. Besides they haven't hit 52 week highs yet.

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Clf X xom slb

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This is a drop in the bucket. But I also wont be buying into oil right now. I plan to buy puts for election day on the incoming price hikes.

I am more interested in energy services and drilling companies. SLB HAL or RIG are interesting plays here. The only way out of this is investment in energy and drilling.

As for natural gas showdown looming I'm looking at shipping which is still down and frac sand companies. SND and SLCA personally SND has been buying frac sand mines for pennies on the dollar and are in position to get great returns on them investments.

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$XOM will do well and they should increase their dividend with the extra profits they are making. I am more bullish on the Oil Equipment & services stocks. $HAL, $BKR, and $SLB which are less reliant on the price of Crude Oil. As long as demand is up and companies start to increase production these Oil giants are going to need Equipment. $HAL just recently opened a Saudi Chemical Reaction Facility and Petrobel is going to use Halliburton's Cloud Solution for E&P Applications. I think these companies are are going to increase their revenues outside of the USA.

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Any opinion on SLB (schlumberger)? Is there any scope for growth in SLB?

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Really nice trades. Some ppl still associate HAL w Cheney and those Iraq War Logcap contracts. I was covering oilfield services at that time and met with Dave Lasar and Chris Gaut, the mgmt team that succeeded Cheney's. They were trying hard to distance themselves from what was obvious political patronage, as they lost a ton of money on those contracts and some of HAL's employees were killed in an ambush while going to work near the front lines. Every time Cheney was in the news (as VP), HAL got sold down hard and my HF kept accumulating, up more than $500 mil on that single trade. RIG and NOV too, cuz offshore drilling was hot and rigs were flying off NOV's shelves. Got to visit a bunch of em, really related to Deepwater Horizon disaster cuz that was RIG and SLB. Wild times.

Yep, CLF and steels feel ripe for trimming/hedging, but I'm expecting WTI to hit ATH above 140 and natty >$6, so hodling energy for now. Oilfield services cos still priced well below historical levels when crude is at these levels. Check out SLB's double top around $115.

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I honestly don't look at my portfolio this way, so I don't have three. But by far my biggest bet is BRKA shares purchased many years ago, so I guess that is one. Since there are always disrupters and economic cycles, I can't say for sure I'd hold any stock other than BRK for longer than 5 years, tho BRK does cover me on AAPL lol.

Moving into commodity-related stocks in late 2021 is an uncharacteristic huge sector overweight for me, and I sold all my tech (ex GOOGL, MSFT, NVDA) to do this. So atm I'm up to my neck in ADM, DE, MOS, CF, CVX, EOG, SLB, BHP, AA, NUE, FCX, with a CLF trade kicker, minor positions in other ags and energy, plus long metals futures. Not intending to maintain this huge overweight, cuz I suspect the obligatory raw materials and labor cost inflation commentary during Q1 earnings calls is gonna make markets tank on global economic contraction concerns.

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TS pre market breaks 52 week high

A sign 🪧 of things to come in the oil space

XOM SLB VET

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Oil

Xom Slb Vet

Next fall when the price settles buy up a bunch of EPD and turn this into a yield play get some dividend cash $200 a month

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Yeah I’m surprised SLB hasn’t taken off.

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XOM SLB VET

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I held this ticker for way too long. Good idea to get rid of that shit. I had bought into oil to diversify but it has no future. Broke even on a 12 years investments on exxon last week and sold slb at the same time for -20%. For the same time period my other long time bets returned like 2000% haha.

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Yes, our investment styles differ, plus I was an energy analyst on the street so I'm comfortable timing large l/t cyclic positions in companies I know well in that vertical. SLB just announced they are getting out of Russia (not huge exposure, but some), so you might have done a good thing in the very s/t.

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Thats case by case. I told my mom to close her SLB position 2 weeks ago and she rotated into Microsoft and Google.

Usually I buy to hold for a long time.

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What oil stocks you pick up. I was thinking about grabbing some SLB

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I GOT 5K and i want a 5 bagger minimum im thinking AMD puts or SLB calls Suggestions?

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Bought the oil dip VET XOM SLB The price was always going high this year, only mid year was the estimate. The war showed us early where it’s going, Trading to 52 week high minus 1.5% (got to leave some on the table for the cucks to lick up)

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Yeah at this point I was at like -40% for years lol and with XOM at like -35%. Managed to sell XOM in the green but never managed to for SLB.

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Oil supply is low, war price surge is over, rebuild is still on the table Does the Inventory need more distillate refiners answer XOM Does short term shortsighted drilling require services answer SLB

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>Press Release: Saudi Aramco Awards Schlumberger Gas Drilling Project $SLB

^*Walter ^Bloomberg ^@DeItaone ^at ^2022-03-15 ^08:00:41 ^EDT-0400

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That's really strange timing; we're in a market downdraft but VIX is only low 30s which isn't that crazy compared to 2020 numbers. I like your arb idea but yeah, SLB rate is gonna skyrocket. Also if you're short and the ETN is halted for any prolonged time, you will have to keep paying that insane rate but will be unable to buy to cover.

On another note, does anyone remember the 3x levered DGAZF taking out $2 billion from short sellers when it went from $400 to $24,000 in August 2020? It was delisted and trading OTC at that point. Kids, don't mess around with those situations.

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Straight edge the candles on SLB, next peak 50.00 in June. Right in line with the last two June peaks

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Usually yes. At some point Xom should keep on rising even if oil stay stable but honestly its such a shitty industry worst stocks ive ever held. Broke eben with slb last week and got rid of all my xom and slb shit. I felt like pltr holders probably feel holding this.

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Don't forget HAL, SLB etc.

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Or SLB (oil field services) or ET or EPD ; both MLP’S will have many years of upside as US tries to become totally of other nations, great dividends… supply shortage and more global demand…. And when global travel returns; huge jump, jet fuel really pricey

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No. Not buying those again yet. I owned about half of what you mentioned in both paragraphs and have dumped them all for commodities and oil stocks and ETFs. I’m in AA, DVN, DBC, ADM, GLNCY, NEM, SLB, CLB. I’ve had AA for over a year, bought at $17 and it is now trading in the 70s. As for the rest of those, I made trades February 24-26 and I’m up 8%-24% with all of them. The war In Ukraine thing is a game changer and what worked for all of us May 2020- November 2021 is no longer going to work it appears. I expect months if not years of extreme volatility and inflation due to current and ongoing political/economic events and investors must be nimble, study judiciously, and adjust accordingly.

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Maybe, still not really an industry I want to be long in for another decade. Needing more expensive methods and technology in an industry that doesn't innovate much isn't really my cup of tea. I sold Tuesday after finally breaking even with SLB and I am not coming back, this has been by far my worst investment.

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SLB is a great oil and gas play if you looking for a new one that haven’t hit all time high yet. Need more volume to squeeze up like xom and oxy

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SLB 45c at open .21

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I look at this differently - I look at the service companies (SLB, HAL, BKR) regardless of the "oil / gas" company - one of the service companies will supply them. I was in SLB since mid $20 and recently got out as I think they are near peaking.

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You are better than me. I bought in 2010 and just managed to sell lol. Got out with a 25% gain yesterday. Broke even with SLB too yesterday. Fuck this never touching oil again.

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Easy 10x bags if followed called SLB 2 days ago also

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I own SLB shares but it's a long-term play, looking for buybacks and dividend boosts.

The good news (for me, and to a lesser extent for you) is it doesn't need to keep going higher, just stay above $90 and hopefully $100 with the back months rolling up over time.

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I’m all in on SLB calls expiring April. How fuqed am I. Oil will be forced to pump again pls

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I always feel sympathy when I see people besides myself in SLB

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It’s not chasing oil. It’s buying the dip. That 12:10 dump was bc zelenskyy said they weren’t joining nato was never going to happen anyway. SLB MRO EQT

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Same. Changed over my long term portfolio to all oils and nvda.

CVX, COP, OXY, PXD, FANG, SLB,

Also trading APA is great. VLO is about to keep ripping. 📈

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The largest oil holding I have left from March 2020 is SLB so I know how you’re feeling. Plus I sold FANG back at around $95 😢. Those are some interesting tickers you have though. I might have to look at some of them a bit more.

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$SLB has 5% exposure to Russian Oil so maybe scratch that one off the list unless it gets cheaper.

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Same, nailed MU $79 calls, sold at the pump, bought SLB puts , sold 43.7, bought a QQQ straddle and called it a day. I did accidentally buy SNDL puts when I meant to sell them, so that was fun, but now its ITM so IDK, generally I sell just barely OTM $1 CC puts on SNDL because its easy money, shit doesn't move, and potential losses are laughable, I think I got assigned once and lost $2 per contract. they are $49-52 contracts.

100% of that was not skill, but paranoia.

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I am looking at the Oil stocks either in the Oil Services & Equipment sectors if fracking and more US drilling actually materializes. I own $HAL, but I need to look closer at $SLB and $BKR instead of adding to $PSX and $BP on the dip. $KMI has been on a nice slow move up as well but that's pipelines.

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What the hell just happened!?!SLB and XOM tanked!!! I couldn’t even buy xom options thru webull

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Why not buy some SLB as well. It is dividend and oil in one play

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SLB 60C

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SLB is much safer and bigger play. Worst case scenario you can still get ur money back by dividend and covered call sells

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In July 2008 in the middle of the greatest financial disaster since the Great Depression, Crude was something like $150/barrel, then by Dec it crashed all the way down to $55/barrel.

So although oil companies are gonna be banking hard and I think oil services like HAL, RIG, SLB, etc have a way to go, i think we could also see a big crash in 6 months. Oil is always boom or bust.

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Told you the most undervalued play SLB CALLS AT OPEN NOW +10% 1hr

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I just bought a SLB call.

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SLB 50 call for 8/20 smart of no?

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If you are looking for oil companies. SLB is the one. Profitable and dividend 1.28, so if you stuck on long term, dividend will save you

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SLB

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SLB calls at open most undervalued oil play 🤑

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I’m still up 14% - started Schwab account Sep 2020! Bought SLB, SU, ENB way early and sold at 60-80% gains (long term hold mostly). Now holding CRM, INTC, BABA …. Mostly bought at good cost except for BABA gone way down…. Thanks to oil stocks I’m up!!! On my IRA opened early last year I had luck on option calls, some oil and tech stocks sold at profit end of last year which is helping me barely float without loss!!!! Holding many funds and stocks there …

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That is not true. Look at their balance sheets. Most of rigs have already been tapped and used to be operating. You want them to drill to flood the market. Which does what? Reduces oil prices. Which in turn will put them back to losing money.

These are for profit businesses. Oil is my biggest holding and has been for a year.

There are regulations that the biden administration added but that's not what's stopping them. A lot of leases cost about $90/barrel to extract. The last time they operated they flooded rye markets and oil was around $50/barrel. SLB completely pulled out of all WTI leases in jan 2020. Oxy and the bigger ones are sublease of the leases to PE firms. But they have thousands of leases they aren't touching. The ceo has made it very clear that their interest is their shareholders. I dont disagree with them. They racked up 10 yrs of debt drilling before.

Its just not cost effective in a lot of the leases. It never has been. A few in the Permian basin are good and those are the ones they are running.

Believe me if they could turn a profit and do it they would. But the reason the administration is pushing them to drill and so are all the citizens is for LOWER prices. Lower prices means debt for them. Who in their right mind would drill to reduce prices when they are literally using these gains to pay off previous debts and return to shareholders. Also, long term sentiment on oil demand on a 5-10 yr horizon is not good. People are switching to ev ect. Its just not a good business decision for them.

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COP, HAL, SLB might soar too if companies wanna increase production.

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I have XOM and SLB, just didn't want to be too exposed. I actually have been holding XOM for more than a decade and still made less than I made holding INDO for half a trading session haha.

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I sold Oxy too oow out of fear. You think more calls on Oxy and slb l?

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I have SLB and HAL and that shits been tanking since the Russia crisis

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SM and OXY are my personal favorites. I’ve held SM since Nov 2020. Currently up 1100%. I think these are most likely to double the quickest. Maybe MRO also. DVN has certainly done well though! LOL Also APA is another one of my favorites. And SLB

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It really wasn't that genius of a move. I posted that here 10 days ago and many of these companies had massive gains since then.

> I recently looked up companies that profit most during wartime. These are some of the top gainers:

> LMT BA XOM CVX RTX SLB NOC CLF GD LHX X HII BAH

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Might want to shift some out of oil companies into oil service. There is being set in motion panic increase in drilling world wide. Service company margins will increase for both drilling and completion. Those stocks were really beaten down. HAL and SLB have exposure to both NA and MidEast.

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I'm sorry buddy, must be hard. We have been witnessing a somewhat violent market rotation out of growth and into commodities, energy and natural resources. I don't see any recovery in the near term, I think the rotation has only just begun and I wouldn't be surprised if the Nasdaq takes another nosedive. Hard assets, commodities, energy, natural resources is where you should find your recovery. I've been balls deep USO, XOP, IGE, XME, FCX, DBA, XOM, OXY, SLB, RIG and a couple of junior miners (copper, gold) and short QQQ. On most of them I have been taking profits last week but DBA would be something you could look at. I think we are in for serious food inflation and aggricultural commodities are primed for take off. Good luck I really hope you will look beyond Reddit in the future and recover. There is always money to be made in the markets, zoom out, look around and stop listening to Reddit. I only lurk here for loss porn... 🤣👍

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