I owned shares in GEF at one time. When it was near its 52 week high, I sold it. Boy am I glad I did. So now that its dropped so much in price, I'm trying to find a reason to buy it back. I started listening to their 3 hour transformational presentation. I got about an hour into it. I couldn't bear to listen to anymore. How do you get your company into a position where you have to justify your existence to your shareholders? In my opinion, this is a management issue. The people I heard speak were trying to justify their existence in my opinion. Get rid of some of the layers of management and some of the C.Y.A. supervisors you have working for you. Any thoughts on if this is a good place to invest your money?
I'm thinking of buying some shares before the end of the week. I just don't understand why this stock hasn't been doing better than it has.
Just bought 300 shares to start-I think I'll add more before the end of the week. I have a couple other things I'm not happy with right now.
I'm just offering my opinion, but I feel like Diageo is one of those large companies suffering from what Warren Buffett calls the ABC's of Business Decay-Arrogance, Bureaucracy and Complacency. I don't feel like Brown-Forman suffers the same ills. So, IMO Diageo is wrong. I'll continue holding my BF-B shares.
I know this seems somewhat far-fetched, but could the new distillery in Ireland be the beginning of relocating the company for tax purposes?
I've been watching this stock for some time now. I should've bought in months ago, but just watched it from the sidelines. We (my wife and I) hold shares of MIC in our retirement portfolio. I am having her sell them today and buy HASI.
This stock almost looks too good to be true. It just continues its share price appreciation and pays a great dividend. It looks like they continue growing their portfolio with interesting and profitable projects. Am I missing anything?