So how did I do in ’19? The total portfolio value ended at 525 671 nok. Compared to 2018’s 397 428, it is an increase of 128 442, or 32,26 % However, this figure is somewhat misleading, since my largest holding (BWO) plummeted in Q4 18, and regained the loss in 19. Also, I… Continue reading Financial status of 2019
Today I bought a few shares in Sandnes sparebank. This is a local bank located in the south vest of Norway. Nothing exiting about this – but neither should it be. At current pricing (64,50) it has a p/e of 8,44, a p/b of 0,53 and yields 8% a year. After the Q3 presentation… Continue reading New purchase
Today I bought my first shares on the Danish stock exchange, and my first shares in Danske bank. Danske bank has taken a severe beating due to the scandals thay have been involved in. They have been forced to leave Estonia due to money laundering, and another was detected in Denmark this summer. They are… Continue reading New share
Wow! Thank you Mr. Trump! The last few weeks we have really seen stocks become cheaper. BWO is becomming really cheap now, but I have reached my limit pr holding, so I can not buy any more here. But WWIB (and WWI) is near a 5 year low, Equinor is getting cheaper by the… Continue reading SALE!
These last days I have bought some more shares in Ocean Yield. And also in Wihl Wilhelmsen holding B. I added 200 more shares in OCY, and bought 80 in WWIB. These are shares I sold a while back, and I think especially WWIB looks cheap at the moment, although it might fall some more.… Continue reading Some new (returning) shares in the portfolio
I have bought a some shares in WALWIL again. I sold all my shares a while back when the share was a bit hyped because of the merger between Wilhelmsen (WWL) and Wallenius. I also got shares in Treasure asa paid as a dividend, and sold WWL with about 100% profit. Now the share has… Continue reading Wallenius Wilhelmsen
BWO makes a new oil deal. This field in Brazil, with proven resources is in close proximity to existing fields where BWO has existing operations. The price? Around $1 a barrel. And there is a potential for increased reservoir estimates. The payment is split in three parts, where 50% is due at first oil. As… Continue reading BW Offshore buys more oil