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Tesco Share Chat (TSCO)



Share Price: 175.90Bid: 175.85Ask: 175.95Change: 0.50 (+0.29%)Riser - Tesco
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 0.06%Open: 175.50High: 175.90Low: 174.40Yesterday’s Close: 175.40


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jonjo
Posts: 5,956
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:177.00
Nice to see
Thu 11:46
some positive comments being posted here for a change base on a gradual upward climb in the SP rather than multibagger commentary.
 
Makesmewonder
Posts: 70
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:176.85
Tesco in play
Thu 10:51
Servantofallah...good post...my thoughts exactly. Retail sector is shrinking....only the biggest players will survive and gobble up the rest...including Tesco. A good share to hold for the interesting times ahead.
Servantofallah
Posts: 2,461
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:176.80
RE: Scooping up cheap tesco shares
Thu 10:38
Tesco are in play.
The purchase of WholeFoods by Amazon in the USA reframes the internationalisation of retail
Tesco, Morrisons & to a lesser degree JS (because of Qatari involvement) are vulnerable to aggressive online plays
Worth considering that 5 years ago, Walmart;s market cap was $226bn and Amazon was just $91bn...today Walmart are worth $229bn and Amazon exceeds $600bn

Tesco's real issues are it's reliance on UK market and shrinking margins. Aldi & Lidl will continue to grow share by virtue of opening more stores - and £1 in every 4 comes straight from Tesco's back pocket
The booker move is sensible because as we eat more meals out of home, there is no growth in a business focused on selling food to eat in home ..it offers synergy opportunities to repurpose large underperforming superstores into makro style trade & consumer outlets and sell out of unprofitable old brownfield sites

Nevertheless

Tesco is ripe for picking...Amazon possibly or more likely an eastern giant like Alibaba...and this may liberate value for shareholders from the undervalued property estate

Remember, Tesco isn't really a retailer; it's a property company that sells some stuff
jonjo
Posts: 5,956
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:176.60
RE: Oplnions.
Thu 10:14
GT I would say that it bottomed on the 26th of June and with peaks and troughs since then is at its current price. It is on the up and will IMO continue so - 1% per day would suit me fine
Picstock
Posts: 496
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:177.00
RE: Scooping up cheap tesco shares
Thu 09:46
Already in profit. Tesco's strategy for improving efficiencies and sales is producing positive results and putting them on strong long term growth path. If Booker deal goes ahead, which it should - we are in a different market than a few years ago, their growth will be put into overdrive.
Carrington
Posts: 240
Off Topic
Opinion:Buy
Price:174.50
i see the short
Wed 09:37
exposure by AQR Cap was reduced a week ago and Lone Pine reduced theirs last month - total shorts on TSCO now stands at only 2.47pct - imo the negatives are in the price - I have been buying steadily on the way down - my target is 200p by year end

gla dyor etc
colonel.decker
Posts: 377
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:174.40
RE: Oplnions.
Wed 09:23
Couldn't agree more
GumT
Posts: 373
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:174.30
RE: Oplnions.
Tue 14:21
If SP manages to form a bottom at 175, firmly over a few attempts to fall through it, then I can see the case for targeting 200p but if I were to dabble on such a trade I'll be out before 200.
GumT
Posts: 373
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:174.60
RE: Oplnions.
Tue 14:17
As you say, Buy isn't advisable. What for? sP is hanging by its teeth on a ceiling.
The best course is to buy and sell with the trend and the trend isn't an uptrend at the moment . May be a mini uptrend over several days, but that's it really.
GumT
Posts: 373
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:174.60
RE: Scooping up cheap tesco shares
Tue 14:13
Lol, now I see why Opium always gets it wrong! It's all in the school education. His teachers taught him that 24 is bigger number than 26 ...

Further Opium, just as in climbing, falling is a lot faster and easier than going up. But I suspect that you would need PhD to understand this.




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