Far too interesting, yes. A sense of dissolution and emergence, of certainty and complete bewilderment - but such is the human condition - so no surprise there then really, it’s the same play, different backdrop. Oil up, oil down, China, Russia, Serbia, Middle East, Brexit, climate change, plastic, planet … where did I put my cup of tea …?
And to add, I guess that’s why in the midst of having really no idea what’s next save for best efforts to apply some kind of logic and reason, maybe it’s best to decide to appreciate what’s right in front of you regardless - on that note just topped up a very modest amount at 44 odd pence as it’s a fair price and I’ve made my mind up on this one - volatile market, steady company.
DSPP on LSE board just posted on the balance of timing re. renewable energy vs the O & G sector. I agree with his view, essentially that Hurricane should be monetising in the next few years and O&G is going to be in demand for at least the next 20 years so timing wise should fit in. Like him though - I have an eye to how things are shifting in this area and it will be one of the factors no doubt in judging an exit strategy when the time is right (one, two, three year’s time …) obviously all IMO, DYOR.