SRNA looks ready to break past its 4-week ceiling but has got enough in the tank to reach $1? Traders gather round for the big pop
It was a 5.5% increase that seems very good to me. and 8% of the shares repurchased @ current prices. I am little confused why it closed down.
modest yeah but at least it was an increase.stock buy back good long term idea wont help much short term.but this is pretty much a life time stock for me so long term is what i want to hear
You cannot compare CL to PG. CL is far superior in just about every financial metric: ROE, ROA, profit margin, growth rate of sales/earnings/dividends. PG seems to be in permanent turnaround mode since 2008. CL has continued to grow and operate as a successful business.
Could Colgate be entering that rare situation again where unit sales continue to rise but revenue numbers drop because of the strength of the dollar?
Last time that happened Reuben Mark emphasized the unit growth in the quarterlies to show that the company was still growing and minimized the downturn. after the dollar started to normalize against the world currencies the stock bounced back and got a little extra spring from the combined benefit of increasing sales and dropping dollar.
As long as unit sales worldwide are still growing at a healthy clip a pullback could present a buying opportunity. If unit sales stall, time to re #$%$
Sold some at 70, but still holding the shares from the mid 80s as the cap gain taxes alone would probably make me physically ill
UBS downgraded the consumer products maker's shares to "neutral" from "buy" despite strong fundamentals, saying rising macroeconomic and currency related risks may be too difficult to overcome. Read More:
From today "Colgate-Palmolive Co. (CL) SELL ~ 5 Day Price Target: $67.60 Issued 01/04/2015 By Stock Price Target"