Petroleo Bras Sa Petro

PBR-N

NYSE:PBR

8.53
0.23 (2.63%)
Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. — Petrobras, more commonly known as simply Petrobras, is a semi-public Brazilian multinational corporation in the petroleum industry headquartered in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
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May 31, 2017

She is light in oil, because the US shale producers have come back a lot faster in terms of production. That is more than offsetting whatever OPEC is doing on the cutting side. This company is very inexpensive, and has great assets. Management has laid out a plan to divest non-core assets, pay down some debt and right size their balance sheet. If you have a long-term time horizon, this is a good risk/reward. There is some near-term noise around Brazil, which will be a bit of a headwind.

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She is light in oil, because the US shale producers have come back a lot faster in terms of production. That is more than offsetting whatever OPEC is doing on the cutting side. This company is very inexpensive, and has great assets. Management has laid out a plan to divest non-core assets, pay down some debt and right size their balance sheet. If you have a long-term time horizon, this is a good risk/reward. There is some near-term noise around Brazil, which will be a bit of a headwind.

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COMMENT
September 30, 2016

You can’t really talk about this without talking about Brazilian politics. This company has very, very extensive resources. Unfortunately, they also have a lot of debt. A very levered play on oil prices, and a small move in oil will result in a big move in this company.

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You can’t really talk about this without talking about Brazilian politics. This company has very, very extensive resources. Unfortunately, they also have a lot of debt. A very levered play on oil prices, and a small move in oil will result in a big move in this company.

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PAST TOP PICK
August 30, 2016

(A Top Pick Sept 26/15. Down 130.15%.) He closed this off about a month after he had recommended it, because oil started to ramp up. The company had an extremely high debt load and oil prices looked under pressure. Also, there was a corruption scandal going on. The company has slashed their CapX to the bone and were able to keep their free cash flow on side. The story has improved materially.

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(A Top Pick Sept 26/15. Down 130.15%.) He closed this off about a month after he had recommended it, because oil started to ramp up. The company had an extremely high debt load and oil prices looked under pressure. Also, there was a corruption scandal going on. The company has slashed their CapX to the bone and were able to keep their free cash flow on side. The story has improved materially.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
September 28, 2015

SHORT. It is a mess. It is going to be negative free cash flow for another 4 years. Cash will go to servicing bond holders. There is also a corruption scandal and there are also the low oil prices. He thinks it will go down to a dollar.

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SHORT. It is a mess. It is going to be negative free cash flow for another 4 years. Cash will go to servicing bond holders. There is also a corruption scandal and there are also the low oil prices. He thinks it will go down to a dollar.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
June 18, 2014

Prefers Canadian oil companies because he thinks the Canadian oil complex is one of the best in the world. This company has a lot of deep oil. Doesn't know if, with the horizontal drilling and the shale plays, if that oil can come on shore or not, because their cost of production is very high.

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Prefers Canadian oil companies because he thinks the Canadian oil complex is one of the best in the world. This company has a lot of deep oil. Doesn't know if, with the horizontal drilling and the shale plays, if that oil can come on shore or not, because their cost of production is very high.

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SELL
December 5, 2013

There are big expectations baked into this story. $45 billion worth of CapX per annum for a long period of time to take off huge oil reserves from the ocean floor. Company has not executed well. Also, issues of political interference. Thinks this will be a “show me” story.

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There are big expectations baked into this story. $45 billion worth of CapX per annum for a long period of time to take off huge oil reserves from the ocean floor. Company has not executed well. Also, issues of political interference. Thinks this will be a “show me” story.

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DON'T BUY
April 2, 2013

(Market call minute.) Great resources but a huge CapX build ahead of it.

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(Market call minute.) Great resources but a huge CapX build ahead of it.

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COMMENT
February 12, 2013

Big Brazilian oil producer and has a lot of growth plans to develop some offshore drilling projects. Her preference in energy is to play the smaller and intermediate domestic producers that have very good land positions in Western Canada and that pay a dividend.

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Big Brazilian oil producer and has a lot of growth plans to develop some offshore drilling projects. Her preference in energy is to play the smaller and intermediate domestic producers that have very good land positions in Western Canada and that pay a dividend.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
September 18, 2012

The prospects that they have for production growth offshore are tremendous. The problem is that the Brazilian government has used their stake in this as a lever. Any time a government has a major stake in a company in certain countries, it can have an impact on their ability to make a profit.

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The prospects that they have for production growth offshore are tremendous. The problem is that the Brazilian government has used their stake in this as a lever. Any time a government has a major stake in a company in certain countries, it can have an impact on their ability to make a profit.

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COMMENT
June 11, 2012
This stock depends on where the oil is going to be. This company will be a major beneficiary of the longer-term oil price trends because they have enormous discoveries off the coast of Brazil.
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This stock depends on where the oil is going to be. This company will be a major beneficiary of the longer-term oil price trends because they have enormous discoveries off the coast of Brazil.
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May 3, 2012
A little nervous because of the environmental investigation regarding Chevron. Also have a new CEO who seems to be changing the board around. Have some great assets in Brazil. One of the negatives is what happened with the Argentinean oil company and people are worried. But at these numbers, he is a lot more interested and wants to do more work on it. Valuations are attractive.
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A little nervous because of the environmental investigation regarding Chevron. Also have a new CEO who seems to be changing the board around. Have some great assets in Brazil. One of the negatives is what happened with the Argentinean oil company and people are worried. But at these numbers, he is a lot more interested and wants to do more work on it. Valuations are attractive.
SELL
SELL
March 1, 2012
Is concerned about Brazilian inflation – the official and the unofficial rates. Government is interfering with the running of these companies. He sold another because he didn’t want to get involved in the interference by the government in the running of the company. It’s a show me story and you have a governance issue. Do you really want to be there.
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Is concerned about Brazilian inflation – the official and the unofficial rates. Government is interfering with the running of these companies. He sold another because he didn’t want to get involved in the interference by the government in the running of the company. It’s a show me story and you have a governance issue. Do you really want to be there.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
February 28, 2012
The way he play US the energy market is that he thinks we have the best energy stock in the world here and you get the dividend tax credit so stay here. Prefers Vermillion, crescent point – the oilies. Buy them on dips.
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The way he play US the energy market is that he thinks we have the best energy stock in the world here and you get the dividend tax credit so stay here. Prefers Vermillion, crescent point – the oilies. Buy them on dips.
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PAST TOP PICK
February 24, 2012
(A Top Pick Feb 7/11. Down 14.26%.) The problem is the general malaise that is affecting all oil companies despite the fact that oil has held in fairly well. If you believe oil prices are going to be higher, this will be a beneficiary.
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(A Top Pick Feb 7/11. Down 14.26%.) The problem is the general malaise that is affecting all oil companies despite the fact that oil has held in fairly well. If you believe oil prices are going to be higher, this will be a beneficiary.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
January 30, 2012
Generally what he doesn't like about Brazil is its inflation. The biggest problem is that there is starting to be Brazilian government influence for these companies.
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Generally what he doesn't like about Brazil is its inflation. The biggest problem is that there is starting to be Brazilian government influence for these companies.
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January 13, 2012
(A Top Pick Feb 7/11. Down 19.71%.) Has been affected by the pull back in oil/gas prices, but also had difficulty in getting their big discovery out from offshore Brazil. Cost estimates have continued to skyrocket.
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(A Top Pick Feb 7/11. Down 19.71%.) Has been affected by the pull back in oil/gas prices, but also had difficulty in getting their big discovery out from offshore Brazil. Cost estimates have continued to skyrocket.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
November 22, 2011
Fantastic company. Not one of his picks in the sector because so many of their production assets are offshore. Very deep water with high costs. Decent dividend. There are better choices in this sector. (See Top Picks.)
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Fantastic company. Not one of his picks in the sector because so many of their production assets are offshore. Very deep water with high costs. Decent dividend. There are better choices in this sector. (See Top Picks.)
BUY
BUY
August 24, 2011
Chart is same as Suncor. Buy Canadian oil right now because you don’t get any benefit to going outside Canada. But it doesn’t hurt to own the stock.
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Chart is same as Suncor. Buy Canadian oil right now because you don’t get any benefit to going outside Canada. But it doesn’t hurt to own the stock.
STRONG BUY
STRONG BUY
March 18, 2011
It is the Exxon mobile of the world. A lot more cap X and reserves. If you want to see Brazil represented, owning this is a no brainer.
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It is the Exxon mobile of the world. A lot more cap X and reserves. If you want to see Brazil represented, owning this is a no brainer.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
February 7, 2011
Oil/gas in Brazil. 6th biggest oil company globally. Have Brazilian off shore deposits and price they paid depressed the share price but earnings are up 10%. Majority ownership by Brazilian government.
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Oil/gas in Brazil. 6th biggest oil company globally. Have Brazilian off shore deposits and price they paid depressed the share price but earnings are up 10%. Majority ownership by Brazilian government.
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November 23, 2010
Brazilian energy. Big reserves at over 14 billion barrels of oil. Recently ad a major capital raising which will continue as they develop out their resources. Could do well on a long-term basis.
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Brazilian energy. Big reserves at over 14 billion barrels of oil. Recently ad a major capital raising which will continue as they develop out their resources. Could do well on a long-term basis.
BUY
BUY
October 29, 2010
(Market Call Minute.) Did the biggest ever issue, over $70 billion US of which $25 billion was new money from outside investors. Stock is down 25% over the last year because of its enormous issuance of new shares.
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(Market Call Minute.) Did the biggest ever issue, over $70 billion US of which $25 billion was new money from outside investors. Stock is down 25% over the last year because of its enormous issuance of new shares.
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March 4, 2010
If they continue with their sub-salt exploration they will eventually need more funding, so a new issue is likely. If they can get the oil and bring it up, then there is significant upside in this issue. It’s a little expensive for his liking – he would like mid-30’s.
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If they continue with their sub-salt exploration they will eventually need more funding, so a new issue is likely. If they can get the oil and bring it up, then there is significant upside in this issue. It’s a little expensive for his liking – he would like mid-30’s.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
January 15, 2010
Chart shows a turnover when US market was positive leading him to believe it is not a good stock to own right now. Nice upward channel from March to December but then broke down. Drops that occurred in the last 2 days were fairly strong. Thanks it will hold at around $40 before it goes lower.
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Chart shows a turnover when US market was positive leading him to believe it is not a good stock to own right now. Nice upward channel from March to December but then broke down. Drops that occurred in the last 2 days were fairly strong. Thanks it will hold at around $40 before it goes lower.
BUY
BUY
April 16, 2009
They are finding a lot of oil, even if it is high priced and doing remarkable things with sugar and ethanol.
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They are finding a lot of oil, even if it is high priced and doing remarkable things with sugar and ethanol.
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DON'T BUY
March 3, 2009
Excellent company with excellent reserves and excellent growth prospects. This makes it expensive, which has worked into the valuation. One of the concerns he would have with this is that the Brazilian government owns a large chunk of it. Have some pretty good offshore assets giving it higher costs. (See Top Picks.)
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Excellent company with excellent reserves and excellent growth prospects. This makes it expensive, which has worked into the valuation. One of the concerns he would have with this is that the Brazilian government owns a large chunk of it. Have some pretty good offshore assets giving it higher costs. (See Top Picks.)
BUY
BUY
November 5, 2008
A pre-eminent company in Brazil, which is one of the emerging hydrocarbon basins. Very few places where you can find new oil reserves. If oil prices stay at $80 for a long time, then their oil will not be up to be brought on profitably. Have downstream government regulated gasoline stations that tends to lose a bit of money.
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A pre-eminent company in Brazil, which is one of the emerging hydrocarbon basins. Very few places where you can find new oil reserves. If oil prices stay at $80 for a long time, then their oil will not be up to be brought on profitably. Have downstream government regulated gasoline stations that tends to lose a bit of money.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
September 30, 2008
PBR.A-N: 15 refineries in Brazil. They have an offshore field that by 2017 could be producing a million barrels a day. They are currently producing 2.4 million barrels a day. Brazil controls the price of oil within Brazil.
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PBR.A-N: 15 refineries in Brazil. They have an offshore field that by 2017 could be producing a million barrels a day. They are currently producing 2.4 million barrels a day. Brazil controls the price of oil within Brazil.
BUY
BUY
September 3, 2008
Production profile continues to be very strong. There may be some changes in taxation with the new oilfields.
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Production profile continues to be very strong. There may be some changes in taxation with the new oilfields.
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BUY
June 5, 2007
Strong believers of Oil assets in Brazil. Very strong production profile. They are experts in deep ocean drilling.
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Strong believers of Oil assets in Brazil. Very strong production profile. They are experts in deep ocean drilling.
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