Hvorfor er ikke SSO mye omtalt?


God morgen,folkens😀
Lurer på hvorfor denne aksjen er så lite omtalt når den ligger hele tiden blant de 20 mest omsatte på børsen.
Har kjøpt meg inn 2 ganger nå siste måneden, og er ny i denne. Har inngang på 165,70 i snitt, og dette er jo en aksje med stødig finansiering og inntekter.
Håper noen som er flinkere enn meg kan være med å bidra med info i denne. Synes selv at forretningsmodellen er lett å forstå seg på.
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25.08.2020 kl 16:32 473

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Supermajor" has long been the term used to describe the world's largest oil companies. Increasingly, it is coming to define the globe's biggest producers of wind and solar power.

Large-scale renewable energy developers now boast valuations greater than the behemoths of the oil and gas industry.

NextEra Energy Inc., a Florida-based power company and the world's largest generator of wind and solar electricity, is now worth $138 billion. That's more than the likes of Royal Dutch Shell PLC ($112 billion), BP PLC ($71 billion) and ConocoPhillips ($40.1 billion).

Iberdrola SA, the Spanish renewable titan, is valued at $78 billion. And Ørsted A/S, once a tiny Danish utility, has been transformed into a global offshore wind juggernaut worth $58 billion.

The role reversal is a reflection of the times. Oil stocks have been battered by the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting drop-off in demand. BP and Shell have been forced to write down their assets by $17.5 billion and $22 billion, respectively, as a result of low oil prices. And Exxon Mobil Corp., one of the world's largest oil companies, was removed from the Dow Jones Industrial Average yesterday, a symbol of the industry's sharp economic fall.
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