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Share Price: 229.60Bid: 229.50Ask: 229.60Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Tesco
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 0.04%Open: 229.60High: 230.60Low: 228.55Yesterday’s Close: 229.60


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cityfcf
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RE: please help
28 Aug '14
Love the stores they look amazing better than any Walmart any day, and I read they want to spend more on the stores to make them look even better, I don't think the stores are the issue here, maybe they should think of something else .

Excellent job for the way they designed the stores, I don't know about in reality but from what i see in pictures its best in the world believe me. I like the website too good app. So I guess remains only the economy.
 
cityfcf
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RE: please help
28 Aug '14
Uncle Buff any ideas? Why they didn't fake it for PR sake or is the marketing department weak here. Hire few actors then you might say why not make a full movie lol
cityfcf
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RE: tesco SP did good today
28 Aug '14
The majority as expected Long term investors who don't care about valuation metrics and the only thing they care about the divy how they pay it and from where they get it from don't mean much to the investor here.

So you have to understand how will the crowd react here when you have divy cut will it be acceptable to them or will they dump the stock I guess even management must act based on their experience of who owns the stock are they all retired investors who need the divy some tough days ahead for management to implement their new stratagy

They need time too.

Conclusion its diffcuilt to guess what might happen to the stock price when you have a majority of emotional investors involved.
cityfcf
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RE: tesco SP did good today
28 Aug '14
It shows that knowing who invests in the stock is helpful in the case of tesco investors are
cityfcf
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please help
28 Aug '14
I saw few videos of CEO standing in a tesco store and I do think the store is amazing and everything haven't been in one for 20 years now so my question they are interviewing the CEO in the store and I look behind the guy store is empty why they couldn't fake it and hire few people to walk at the background pretending the store is full of shoppers.?

So my question is this true we have very nice stores but sadly empty stores
cityfcf
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let's all say oh yea
28 Aug '14
The SP goes up and people here started to reject the idea of divy cut and even few started picturing a divy rise.
cityfcf
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RE: tesco SP did good today
28 Aug '14
Sorry for the grammer, an eaa and bea missing but I think its clear, you can't edit once you post like other sites anyway probably it wouldn't make much diff.
cityfcf
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tesco SP did good today
28 Aug '14
It didn't go below 245, market experts saying data is bad for retailers, on the ground it looks bad for retailers, minor drop in the markets pulls everything down, no business will float once we have a correction in the markets

Market is $66 trillion according to bloomberg how much more do you want the market to be worth we are talking about trillions here. So expecting markets to go up another 10% we are talking 6 trillions added.

When you disagree with data and numbers and continue buying it means you are emotions are leading you to making financial decisions at every risky stage of the market a period of very high risk. So think again before you decide to buy more. Please note I don't have any positions in this stock and I don't intend to have one anytime soon. Still long 8 or 9 stocks payers of high div'investors will sell last when we need to act fast it gives you spare time to act without losing a lot.

You guys been through flash crash days, and markets dropping by 1000 points or most of you guys post 2009 gurus
SolidSnake
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mctrader
28 Aug '14
Interim ex dividend usually first half of October and then paid at the end of December but the amount nobody knows yet. 4.63p last couple of years.
Opium
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RE: Bought today
28 Aug '14
Wise words indeed, Old Chum, don't let the Coffin Lid slam on your fingers.

[Ed. Anybody, understand what City meant?]



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