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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Unilever Plc LSE:ULVR London Ordinary Share GB00B10RZP78 ORD 3 1/9P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -24.00 -0.56% 4,286.50 4,286.00 4,286.50 4,326.00 4,279.50 4,326.00 378,897 10:16:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 45,192.4 7,124.0 189.8 23.4 50,089

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/2/2021
21:30
Isee Hugh Yarrow & Ben Peters guys i rate highly have ulvr as their largest holdings over 9%,(similar position to mine),reckon I'm down around 8% from average price paid,might/hope to trade some over the course of months to require a lower average price,worst possible action is to sell out completely at these levels.
contrarian joe
12/2/2021
13:30
Its just a phase that the market is going through.
shieldbug
12/2/2021
12:27
It seems someone is quietly selling down their holding over the last few days.
damp seaweed
12/2/2021
12:08
Yup agree. Market sees it differently atm.
essentialinvestor
12/2/2021
12:06
I think this is oversold .
nick100
12/2/2021
12:05
Nick, what is your own view on Unilever if I may ask ?.
essentialinvestor
12/2/2021
11:41
https://seekingalpha.com/article/4404951-unilever-buy-on-dip-after-q4-earnings?utm_source=investing.com&utm_medium=referral
nick100
12/2/2021
10:47
And ultimately free cash flow is key, that's the gold standard measure of quality. If you look at both FCF and cash conversion it's a great business. So lots and lots of views, but free cash flow shouts the loudest for me.
essentialinvestor
12/2/2021
10:41
With Unilever food and household are slowly becomming less important. What they are attempting to do is gradually shift to higher margin health and beauty growth categories- and to be fair, if you look at Unilever sector composition from a decade ago, this is happening. The tea divestment will further shift the company in that direction, as did the divestment of spreads.
essentialinvestor
12/2/2021
10:28
EI, The article does, I think, refer to the underlying operating margin - therefore adjusted for exceptionals (Covid/restructuring related)? Not sure... The author does run his own portfolio and is definitely worth a read, not sure I would dismiss him as as just as financial journalist (I appreciate that's not exactly what you said). Good value down here, I think, the worry for me is supermarket own brand erosion (in developing markets?) caused by Unilever's customers switching who are suffering financial distress due to Covid. Might add on further weakness but not at this level.
frazboy
12/2/2021
10:04
Appreciate the journalists need an angle to write from, however if you look through the headlines COVID related costs must be responsible for a chunk of that margin compression. The restructuring costs were seen as a negative, but when viewed a result of removing costs from the business it's a positive, not a negative.
essentialinvestor
12/2/2021
08:51
Thanks Nick, I've just glanced at that but if I'm reading it correctly the short position has reduced - looks to me the positioning was more short term trading rather than a dark shadow being cast over prospects.
frazboy
12/2/2021
08:33
https://shortsqueeze.com/?symbol=ul&submit=Short+Quote%E2%84%A2
nick100
12/2/2021
08:26
nick100 - post 1147, if you don't mind me asking, where are you getting your data, specifically 'That number has increased considerably since the results"? For what it's worth, the Dec 31st short position was effectively 0% (a rounding error). Cube investments covered the results the day after the start of the sell-off: hxxps://cube.investments/cube-uk-report-5-feb-2021/ He tries to interpret the numbers and explain the recent weakness in terms of margin compression (as mentioned in the FT Lex), and pricing power. Note, I don't know where he got his Market Cap numbers from as they're clearly wrong.
frazboy
11/2/2021
18:59
As the senator said to the actress - we have established what you are - we are just haggling about your price!
pugugly
11/2/2021
18:50
The amazing thing is that there is more buying than selling.
nick100
11/2/2021
18:11
Time to get the Reddit investors on board!
fez77
11/2/2021
15:26
We should qualify for some free Marmite to compensate.
fez77
11/2/2021
15:14
Topped up again............
fez77
11/2/2021
14:45
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.
cousin jack
11/2/2021
13:08
Couldn't do a worse job than this shower
spoole5
11/2/2021
12:45
Same here. Mr Buffet should try his luck again. Unilever may say yes.
action
11/2/2021
12:41
topped up under 3900
rigsby68
11/2/2021
12:15
Hit target and bought a few
ttg100
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