BUY
BP PLC
These companies had exploding capex, but then the world changed with ESG. So they paid down debt, bought back shares, increased dividends. Wants to be more in renewables, and his only issue is how much they pay for something. Undervalued. Doing all the right things. Non-aggressive capex, returning money to shareholders, and that's why it will continue to do well.
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BUY
BP PLC
Likes the name. Technically, very sound. Quite cheap. Likes energy. Complete underinvestment in the energy space, so companies are returning capital to shareholders. He owns SHEL.
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BUY
BP PLC
Given the cashflows and potential to raise dividends and do buybacks, you have to add large-cap, European integrated companies. Favours them over Canada, excluding SU, as they're not subject to the WCS discount. Great total return story the next few years. You could also look at SHEL or TTE. He'd buy here.
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TOP PICK
BP PLC
Trades at a discount to peers. New CEO has transformed the company. Share buybacks, just raised dividend 10%. Nice balance between gas stations, LNG, offshore oil. Debt will continue to come down. Yield is 4.66%. (Analysts’ price target is $37.04)
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PARTIAL SELL
BP PLC
Paying down debt, buying back shares, increasing dividend. Trying to be less into fossil fuels, more into renewables. Two risks: overspend on renewables, no clear vision on cost of capital. Oil is not sustainable at these high levels. In better shape than pre-Covid, lots of free cashflow. Good for now, but then think about Canadian oil companies that don't have the currency risk.
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BUY
BP PLC
They're becoming an energy company and not merely oil and gas. They use their large cash flow to pay down debt and increase dividends. As they move into renewables, they concerned what their return on capital is. Oil prices are volatile but remain high, which is a plus. Could be some volatilty, but present share levels are fine.
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PAST TOP PICK
BP PLC
(A Top Pick Apr 21/22, Down 10.4%)Stockchase Research Editor: Michael O'Reilly Our PAST TOP PICK with BP has triggered its stop at $28. To remain disciplined, we recommend covering the position at this time. This will result in a next investment loss of 3%, when combined with previous buy recommendations.
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DON'T BUY
BP PLC
Identity crisis spurred a move to greener energy. Better to find a pure play energy, or a pure play renewable. For energy, look at EOG or CNQ. Try BEP.UN for renewables.
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TOP PICK
BP PLC
Stockchase Research Editor: Michael O'Reilly As European countries develop new secure supply strategies, we think this company will play a big part in this going forward and that is why we again reiterate BP as TOP PICK. It pays a good dividend, backed by a payout ratio under 60% of cash flow. It trades at 14x earnings compared to peers at 17x and at just 1.1x book value. We like that the company continues to aggressively retire debt and buy back shares. We recommend trailing up the stop (from $26) to $28, looking to achieve $37 -- upside potential over 17%. Yield 4.11% (Analysts’ price target is $37.00)
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TOP PICK
BP PLC
Western energy stocks are doing well. More domestic spending on oil and gas can be expected because of the Russian war. Brendan Caldwell and Degas Wright recently gave BUY signals. Social media mentions are up 300% over the last 24 hours.
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BUY
BP PLC
$150-200 oil is not guaranteed. The cure for high prices is high prices. There will be a resurgence of O&G domestic spending in the wake of the Russia-Ukraine conflict. Will do well, as will all the energy stocks. Trend towards more spending, production, and volume.
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BUY
BP PLC
It pays a yield of 4%, high in this space, and is returning more capital to shareholders. Also likes it for divesting $20 billion from Russia. They have a great pipeline of properties. Also like that they have an aggressive plan to transition to alternative energies which is growing in focus for them.
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TOP PICK
BP PLC
Stockchase Research Editor: Michael O’Reilly Following its announcement of divesting its 19.75% Russian based Rosneft, we again reiterate BP as a TOP PICK. The company says this will not impact future cash flows and will allow the company to fully benefit from security of supply opportunities. Recently reported earnings beat expectations by 4% with a ROE of 14%. The company continues to pay down debt aggressively and is buying back shares. It pays a good dividend, backed by a payout ratio of under 35% of cash flow. We recommend maintaining a stop at $26, looking to achieve $37.50 -- upside potential over 26%. Yield 4.49% (Analysts’ price target is $37.38)
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BUY
BP PLC
He saw a buyer of the April 29 expiry for 30 strike calls. He liked that move and added to that.
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TOP PICK
BP PLC
Widely discussed on social medias after they announced selling 20% stake in Rosneft and leaving Russia. Brent oil price reached $118 on Friday. JP Morgan says $185 oil in view if Russian supply hit persists. Stockchase research expert Michael O'Reilly reiterated the stock as a TOP PICK last month. Social media mentions are up 703% over the past seven days.
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BP PLC(BP-N) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 8

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 2

Total Signals / Votes : 10

Stockchase rating for BP PLC is calculated according to the stock experts' signals. A high score means experts mostly recommend to buy the stock while a low score means experts mostly recommend to sell the stock.

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