Unilever Investors - ULVR

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Unilever Plc ULVR London Ordinary Share GB00B10RZP78 ORD 3 1/9P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-8.00 -0.19% 4,131.50 16:35:11
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
4,114.50 4,081.00 4,152.00 4,131.50 4,139.50
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fez77: Time to get the Reddit investors on board!
cousin jack: The market seems to be focussing on the areas of concern in the recent results but overlooking the positives like the dividend growth, reasonable multiples, defensive qualities and potential growth areas. At some point perception will change, especially as investors seek income in a low interest environment. I bought a bit soon at around £40 but I’m adding some today and will add again if they fall below the current support.
cordwainer: Shareholders, welcome to the same share price you had in April 2017. Although I can't fault the latest strategy for the long term, I'm not expecting a rapid recovery. Being slow off the mark, I ruefully exited my modest position on results day at 4101p, an 11.5% hit including fees after only a 6 month stint, switching the majority of proceeds to a vanadium and battery storage play (no ramp intended). Alas, I'm not such a patient investor when I envisage the opportunity cost.
jonwig: unastubbs - yes, I didn't think anyone else was around, sorry. The article is mostly reportage of the main points in the results, with the conclusion: “Resilience is what investors expect from defensive leaders like cupboard-filler Unilever”, said Dan Lane, senior analyst at investment platform Freetrade, adding that “after a year like 2020 it looks like the company has broadly held up its side of the bargain”. Notwithstanding “battle scars” on the balance sheet, “maintaining its dividend and upping it in the fourth quarter is a sign that Unilever knows how important that income is to yield-hungry investors flocking to the quality compounders since 2008”, Mr Lane commented. Buy.
philanderer: Unilever leaves shareholders cold despite COVID crisis wins Sky's Ian King explains why investors may have baulked at the Marmite-to-Domestos maker's latest results and strategy update. HTTPS://news.sky.com/story/unilever-leaves-shareholders-cold-despite-covid-crisis-wins-12208557
essentialinvestor: LEX in the FT - Unilever: squeeze in. In a nutshell - risks of further margin compression remain. Perception that Unilever is behind the curb on areas such as digitisation etc. The article ends with "...Shoppers may be spending more on soap and bleach, but it is too soon for investors to add this staple to portfolios".
philanderer: "Unilever moves in mysterious ways" Let's face it: we're just nowhere near the kind of market price action expected ahead of Unilever throwing its full weight into the FTSE 100 on Monday. Expectations were that ETF managers would have to rush and scramble into the stock to adjust to Unilever doubling its size in the FTSE 100 index and trigger some kind of temporary bubble in demand. With an anticlimactic 1.3% rise at the time of writing, many investors will be scratching their head, as they have in the past weeks, looking at the FTSE heavyweight's shares underperformance. So far in November, Unilever is up about 5% against over 14% for the UK blue chip index. "It’s a mystery", Warren Ackerman, who covers the stock for Barclays told us, echoing the puzzlement palpable in the analyst community. Trading has been indeed quite underwhelming except for a 5% jump yesterday after the stock had been flagged as a "strong buying" opportunity by Jefferies because, precisely, it was so cheap. "The weakness of the share price in the face of what should be net inflows is something of a mystery to us, but we expect technical factors to continue to predominate through to Monday", the broker's analysts wrote on November 25. Unilever, which currently has a price tag of about £120 billion, will see its weight in the FTSE 100 more than double to 3.9%, Jefferies analysts pointed out. Alliance News
philanderer: Here's the Telegraph market report: ....A “mystery” share price weakness for Unilever turned into a buying opportunity for investors on Wednesday, after an analyst said the owner of Marmite looked inexplicably cheap. Jefferies’ Martin Deboo said the consumer goods company may present a “fresh buying opportunity” after its unification completes next week, with a reweighting of its stock likely to prompt major inflows. Investors did not hang around, with the company’s shares rising 220p to £45.60, leading risers on a weak day for the FTSE 100. HTTPS://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/markets-report-investors-swoop-cheap-200213368.html
contrarian joe: Markets report: Investors swoop on ‘cheap’ Unilever What happened to the FTSE, pound and UK companies on the markets today? Not a subscriber to telegraph,so unable to copy & paste,big volume today & finished on a days high, should bode well for tomorrow.
contrarian joe: Maybe decades,as investors what choice do we have?,we can either accept 0 from banks & then let capital be destroyed by inflation or we can buy bonds offering not much more,for part of my portfolio i try buy quality companies at what i consider good value,the hard part is holding them long term.
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