so - when do we buy Tesco ?

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Old Sep 26, 2014, 2:52pm   #31
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If you put the work in, yes it's true.
No, I meant it's about as easy as everything else, which isn't.
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Old Sep 26, 2014, 2:58pm   #32
 
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I'm sayin', I love equities it's sooooo easy to make money
If I may - what might you be thinking & feeling about FB, TWTR and BABA, dear Jacko?
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Old Sep 26, 2014, 3:13pm   #33
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I'm long on everything, because Goldman Sachs predicted S&P at 2050. They're the ones I can trust here.
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Old Sep 26, 2014, 4:38pm   #34
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Just before the next results,which I think are due in Feb,could be a good time.Too early at the moment.Wouldn't surprise me to see a fall to 150/160 along with a general fall in the stock market.
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Old Sep 26, 2014, 4:39pm   #35
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But I stand by me comments on the underlying even with the knowledge of Blackrock's imminent divestment.
Just in case my nuance has been missed. Why do you think Blackrock would announce their intent to sell a chunk of their 5% holding in Tesco? What effect do you think that will have on the price? Can you think of a strategy concomitant with that expected result that might provide an commercial advantage to Blackrock?
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Old Sep 26, 2014, 5:11pm   #36
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Chart says it's gotta be around 150 surely?
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Old Sep 26, 2014, 6:05pm   #37
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NVP started this thread youll be lucky to see that ?
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If I may - what might you be thinking & feeling about FB, TWTR and BABA, dear Jacko?
Sorry Atilla I've never spent any time looking at them because it's one sector where valuations and fundamentals can detach for considerable periods given all the value is in the out-years. So you can be 'right' but lose a bloody fortune before proved so, Tony Dye and all that. I much prefer 'traditional' sectors where it's much easier to model the business, assess where consensus is probably wrong, and trade accordingly - you can compensate for lack of volatility by using leverage if you like.
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NVP started this thread or just buy when the price goes up again ?
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Old Sep 27, 2014, 10:12am   #40
 
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tesco.daily data
no real support seen as yet

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a closer look
it might have found a base at 192 area

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you need to see 200 as a support ...imho
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Old Sep 27, 2014, 11:14am   #42
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I'm hoping to see a 170-160 downside price target and will buy physical shares. Maybe also spreadbetting if momentum picks up. I'm hoping it will get to 170, but I don't think FTSE has much to fall right now, so I'm not short anymore.

For reference Tesco's beta suggests it is roughly in line with the market, but not as sensitive as the market. Depending on time frame you're looking at figures between 0.75 and 0.95
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I'm hoping to see a 170-160 downside price target and will buy physical shares. Maybe also spreadbetting if momentum picks up. I'm hoping it will get to 170, but I don't think FTSE has much to fall right now, so I'm not short anymore.

For reference Tesco's beta suggests it is roughly in line with the market, but not as sensitive as the market. Depending on time frame you're looking at figures between 0.75 and 0.95
you had better not tell Mike Ashley that you want 170p.......lol
Tesco will soon be called Sports Direct Grocery.....
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It was a big bet to be sure.
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