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Un is heading to $60.00 a share sooooonnnn
I think UN might have reached its upward limit and that a pullback may be imminent. I am using the dividend % of 2.92% to base my thesis. if you guys have questions you should ask awesome-STOCKS. They often respond to my emails which is helpful.
Maybe new buyers are in the wind
Bid was just withdrawn.
I hope this deal doesn't go though. I don't want to lose a good dividend payer and pay capital gains tax, too. Plus Brkb owns Gillette and UN owns the dollar shave club so the razor blade market is going to be in Buffett's hands.
Just using your common sense on Friday, instead of listening to D Faber on CNBC, would have saved the buyers some coin. This deal was never going to happen.
This is going to tank tomorrow big time.
This will be a $55 stock w/in a week.
Back in Play , Kraft or someone else?
UN should be sold to highest bidder--shareholders should make money. That is capitalism but the UN Board and Europe don't comprehend that anymore--one big socialist state with no growth and 100% dependent on others like the U.S. for defense and economics, innovation of any kind.
Look out below for UN and UL on Tuesday (maybe even Monday in Europe).
I would make the deal. This stock has gone nowhere for years. Could now be one of the biggest food companies in the World.
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If we're to go off the RSI which happens to be 58.32, then you might debate that a pull back on UN next day or so may possibly occur before rallying up. I am not sure how lionstacka!lerts managed to predict this - lmao I should have paid attention to them.
its strange why people are not talking about the long term underperformance of the company. in reality i just see that they increased costs in 2015 by 10%, growth in NI was basically non-existent over the last few years and thanks to the low interest rate environment the shares did well even though the business DID NOT. I don't see what Paul Polman has done thats really that good for the company over the last few years. it would be really interesting to hear some more concrete information as to how good are these acquisitions that they've made. clearly they bought them expensive so how much money are we going to be making on them. i just don't see how we as shareholders are paying them for underperformance. yes' maybe they are not making the bucks that Goldman guys make, but this is not Goldman and this company could have done better than it is doing right now.
i look at the 2015 report and I see that we paid 180m EUR in share based compensation alone in 2014 and another 150m EUR in 2015. Why? how do they justify it?
i really think Polman should go and they need to find somebody better and I'm sure they can. i don't know, does anybody think this guy is great?