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  • bodi99 bodi99 Jun 24, 1998 10:46 AM Flag

    good company - bad performance!

    sold all my shares with 15% profit !!!
    I am
    not so optimistic for a good performance with this
    stock in
    the next few months and sold therefore. Put
    all my money into
    TGSK !!
    Bye-bye and have a
    good day!

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    • As a new shareholder (this week) I appreciate your insight. It adds to what I got from the broker that recommended this stock....and the years I spent as a kid eating their soups.

    • I have no idea what your last messages mean.

    • Hello,

      I believe that what you said is
      true. I think that CPB growth over the next two decades
      will be as good as the growth of Coca-Cola in the past
      two decades.

      By the way, soups are great, but
      do not under estimate the sweets...

      Avner

    • ...it's hard enough carrying the weight of gold (Campbell, just in case you needed the clue), it's just as hard with the weight of lead (thank's again for the reprieve)...

    • ...Finally....I thought I was going to burst
      overcompensating for your contributions to this thread...I'm glad
      you got the clue...I knew it would'nt take more than
      3-4 long messages and the fact that I was avoiding
      using your name...get's ya everytime....What can I
      say...It's hard for me to be direct.

    • Can you believe it...In our University's today do
      you know what young adults are demanding. Vegan Soups
      (no dairy, no meat) and Vegetarian Soups. Young
      adults grow up and they will want fresh soups both vegan
      and vegetarian, also variety. As the baby boomers
      grow older soup consumption will rise dramatically in
      this country and fresh deli one to one reconstituted
      Campbell Soups will be the driver. However, I want to
      address the short term implications of Stock Pot Soups
      towards the goals of the Campbell Soup Company. More in
      our next conversation. Remember, I'm not going to
      compare apples to oranges. Just inform you of exactly
      what you are holding (100 shares of Campbell Soup) so
      when you do sell you know what you are giving up. Yes,
      I will also compare Soup to Satellites to retain
      your interest. More later...

    • Methinks you're overreacting to Stockpot's potential to do much of anything. But....we'll see. I'll always defer when I've been wrong. Stockpot: catchy name, relatively unknown?

    • ...it sounds to me that you are familiar with
      Stock Pot. This is not only going to be a tremendous
      growth category in the domestic U.S. but around Europe
      as well. Is'nt it nice to know that Campbell's will
      be the company to drive this growth. In foodservice
      alone Campbell will double Stock Pot's current
      foodservice business in two years by taking advantage of
      thier strong positions with top distributors Sysco,
      Alliant, Food Services of America. I can't wait to see the
      national launch of upscale Stock Pot (Campbell's?) Deli
      Fresh Soups. That's where the consumers are
      headed...fresh. This will bring growth to domestic business and
      stronger entry in the world markets. This is the third
      major step in Campbell's drive to continually grow
      world soup market share. Look for Stock Pot Soups to be
      a 100 million dollar business soon (currently 40
      million).

    • turn on the learning channel: ancient prophesies, etc!!!!

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