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BHP Group (BHPLF)

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  • j
    john
    Well, all three mining dropping huge today . Fear will make most to sell but for me no WAY . The storm will pass , in March China will be ramping up again & other Countries as well ,building at historic levels. Just my insight
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    Joe
    Good china coal article on #reuters....pay attention to last paragraph: "China coal prices mark worst week since May on government intervention". US infrastructure and reconciliation bills look set to pass in next few weeks also good news for #VALE, #RIO and slew of US steel makers. Do your own due diligence. gl
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    Anonymous
    What is the difference between stocks BHP.L that is on the London Stock Exchange and it is 20 GBP and PHP at NY Stock Exchange that sp is 58 USD? If stocks are bought on London or NY Stock Exchange will the witholding tax on dividends be paied in Australia?
  • J
    Joe
    During one of the biggest commodity bull markets in history what are the chances we own the 1 metal that is down 50% in 3 months, and thus sending BHP into abyss. Unbelievable luck. Can't make this stuff up.
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    Phil
    Well, I dropped $5,000 into BHP. Did some research, the huge drop wasn't warranted. Based on today's issues around the world, I would think BHP should dramatically increase in price. If BHP hits $64, I'll drop another $5,000 and collect dividends for a long time.
  • J
    Joe
    From owner of #BHP for almost 2 decades and one who reads annual reports: Buy any and all dips. Population growth alone will keep commodity super cycle going for next ten years. Copper, Iron-ore, uranium, nickel, cobalt. etcetera aren't getting cheaper and #BHP is a inflationary hedge too. Looking back ten years from now downturns will be just a blip on a huge multi decade upslope. gl.
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    Ed
    Coal prices have more than doubled since last summer. Copper, and other minerals have also skyrocketed.
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    Anonymous
    China restarting all factories-using coal power -enough said…
  • J
    Joe
    Nickel prices hitting new 5 year highs over $20k/ton, up 4% today. All time high was over $50k/ton. #BHP. 1st 9 months of 2021, #BHP has produced 89,000 tons - more than any full year in past 5 years. Revenue so far this year approximately $1.5 billion. Nickel, right now, accounts very little to overall revenue.
  • R
    RT
    We should get some fresh air today... A breather. GREEN! AND I do not mean "Enviro Green" ;o)
  • G
    Greg
    $58 target wasn’t it 80. Nobody downgraded these analysts are not working for investors
  • T
    ThrowMeABoneGod
    can anyone advise what is the dividend amount, is it M/Q. Cant find the info online in their website for 2022. Thanks in advance
  • O
    OnlineWarrior
    They don't let me share a link about China ease restriction on Australian coal ban
  • R
    Robert
    Stay low. I want to buy more next payday!
  • J
    Joe
    Australian broker Morgans upgrades #BHP and adds commentary as to why. Google Morgans & BHP. Australian news including Motle#y Fo#ols of Australia.
  • T
    ThrowMeABoneGod
    Does this really pay 13%+ dividends?
  • J
    Joe
    #BHP copper production per year is worth more than $15 billion. Spence mine has been extended to 50 years of life left. Olympic Dam - same thing. Then there's monster Escondida mine. The whole premise of owning this stock is on the diversity of holdings and the resources and reserves depth of all of the mines they hold. gl.
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    Clyde
    Just doubled my holdings. Good luck longs.
  • G
    Greg
    Strong sell at Zacks. I agree. 80 to a 62 in a year to record a 20% loss. Glad I only bought 100 shares.
  • D
    DJ
    It's not looking good for the big miners like BHP, VALE and RIO.
    Evergrande/Chinese real estate implosion is just starting and will crush demand for base metals.
    EV demand won't come close to making up for the demand destruction.
    Dividend cuts/suspensions coming up, follow by much lower share prices.
    Last couple months of the year will be a rush to the exits for these stocks.