Thanks for the encoragement. I would like to get back in so I'm watching closely. I did make a small profit on Premier Foods a while back but I much prefer backing ULVR which has fewer potential problems....GLA
Hi Imonly60, it was not that bad selling with profit, you can start buying back some cheaper already now that it fell below 3500. I have already bought at 3550 and 3500 and now waiting to buy much cheaper, at around 3440, not sure it will fall that low though. Despite any ups and downs, it is a safe share long term with very diversified revenue.
Got spooked and sold with approx £10per share profit on news of Tesco spat. Don't know if I'll get back in easily but still optimistic. Dissapointed with myself as this has been a favourite stock! GLA with more sense than me!
Bought some more yesterday and today making ULVR the largest single holding in my portfolio. Yes, it might look expensive to some in terms of P/E, but the quality and strength of the company justify the premium. IMHO this fall is a great opportunity to top up and we can see the 4100 target posted today by JP Morgan Cazenove in the next six months. In case of further pound weakness, a Hillary Clinton win and the FED not increasing US interest rates in their next meeting, we can probably reach… Read More
I'm looking forward to the cartoonists getting a hold of this news and creating some comedy gold. I think that this is excellent PR for Tesco - which they do need at present. Not so great for Unilever of course and it will be interesting to see why this row went public, seeing as prices are always fluctuating...
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