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A good price start with this exceedingly profitable company
Europe is looking to move away from Russian dependency. The Baltic states have started investing in other energy sources: Lithuania is opening its first LNG port. US is slowly becoming more of an oil exporter. Keystone XL is gaining momentum.
Buy when others are fearful and a Russian blitzkrieg is inevitable! I'm betting Russia will not play the part of the bogeyman and that the EU will not expand sanctions. A solution will be worked out and now is the time to invest in Gazprom. Then again, I could be wrong and a new iron curtain will fall across Eastern Europe...
p/e of 2? are you kidding me? I am adding this to my real $ portfolio. global Godzilla of nat gas. Too bad there is no dividend.
Blood in the streets-literally.
Ukraine crisis has made Gazprom go from ridiculously cheap to once-in-a-lifetime cheap.
Tip from http://www.sdeklerck.be/ PE of 3 , PB 0,5 cash flowing as fast as the gas. Gazprom.
Very low valuation. Tax regime changes are the question mark.
For some reason the x-div date and pay date were never posted for 2013 on any site that I could find. However I did receive a payout this september for a net amount near .34. I assume the payout was higher than .34 but the foreign tax was withheld. Since the x-date and pay date were never posted this year, I assume that is why Caps never reduced my purchase price by the dividend amount. You'll get the dividend, but Caps currently isn't reflecting it. I am posting this just FYI.
Bought in cash. Low P/E, with good outlook.
Since Viktor Alexeevich Zubkov took over in 2008, the stock has continued to drop. Even if you dont blame him for that first year or two when it fell so far down, he has done nothing to bring the stock price any higher. As this stock continues to dip lower, they should learn from their mistake the past 5 years and get a new chairman of the board. I do not think this will happen within the next year, which is why I am putting the time frame within a year, but OGZPY has solid numbers so if the board changes i may switch to a buyer of them!
p/e 2.83 but avg. sector p/e 7.3
Putin in office
Completion of Nordstream and volatility in oil & gas price will likely lead to more robust earnings.
pipelines, pipelines, pipelines...+Putin
This is the national Russian (previously: USSR) natural gas company. Along with the Russian national oil company, Gazprom makes Russia into the world's #1 energy exporter. They are the main exporter of NG to Europe and are trying to expand into providing NG to China and, post-Fukushima, to Japan.When I picked them here in CAPS, their P/E ratio was 4. Go compare that to the US major integrateds, or Total SA or Royal Dutch Shell. When folks think of Russia, they think of the Kremlin, hidebound Politburo members and central planning. Waste and inefficiency. Corruption. Well, Russia has changed, and the corruption is starting to work in favor of the capitalists, rather than against them. I realize that Gazprom may not be the most transparent or the most ethical of corporations, but they do own more of the world's natural gas reserves than any other company, and I simply don't think the discount applied to the earnings is justified, especially given global energy demand trends over the next 15-20 years.
Largest Nat Gas Play in the world; Is on Goldmans top fifty BRIC companies to be a player in the world economy. Also cheapest reserves in the world. Trades a approx 6 x earnings
Liking this Russian Gas Play, WAY undervalued...
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