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V.F. Corporation (0R30.L)
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Veronica Wu steps down. Board of Directors. Could have been for personal reasons so I bought more.
Veronica wu stepped down as she spoke against BLM movement - this 5% drop is not a business issue. Ex dividend in 2 days it very likely should run up tomorrow into the dividend.
This is insane. Buying as much as possible at the discounted rate. IMHO
this thing just continues to go down. $69.21 now. Wow
IMO, this is a gift. The only thing I feel bad about is buying on this drop because she is leaving the board on a subject I COMPLETELY agree with her on!
Highly oversold --> and it is still going down.
Should turn in the next few sessions.
Just initiated a position in VFC. What a gift!
Dividend announcement in the earnings report:
VF’s Board of Directors declared a quarterly dividend of $0.49 per share, payable on September 20, 2021, to shareholders of record on September 10, 2021.
I will wait for $67-$68 to add
Target Raised by Deutsche Bank Market Perform » Buy USD 101 » USD 106
Target Raised by Barclays Overweight USD 92 » USD 98
Will do a lulu next earnings
From the press release of 31 Jul 2020: "VF’s Board of Directors declared a quarterly dividend of $0.48 per share, payable on September 21, 2020, to shareholders of record on September 10, 2020. Subject to approval by its Board of Directors, VF intends to continue to pay its regularly scheduled dividend and is not currently contemplating the suspension of its dividend."
I was sitting on over 50% gains. Took some off the table today and kept my original position amount for dividends. Sold 30% of my holdings and took profit. I still really like this company but with the market turmoil and this currently at all time highs and PE getting a bit lofty. Good luck to all.
VFC down because of the Kontoor (KTB) stock that will show up in your account after market close today (5/22/19). 1 share KTB for every 7 shares of VFC. Currently trading under KTB-WI for approx $40 per share.
Lordy, hit the triple crown + again.. beat, beat, raise, and div hike 11%. Up scope past 90.
Will continue to tumble short term, Corona Virus will expose how bad their online shipping infrastructure is.
10% china exposure. Go ahead and purchase something online from either VANS or Northface, you'll see what I'm talking about. I did multiple test purchases this last month. 3 items arrived over 2 weeks late, 2 items were never shipped. I purchased core items. Items that should be available. They really need to fix this.
This is just a post to educate people that NOBODY really knows what a stock is going to do , even professional money managers. I like Stephanie Link on CNBC . She has some good picks and usually buys stocks with good value via the fundamentals. She has been buying VF Corp and recommending it for the past month on CNBC. Hope that not to many followed her on this one. So don't feel bad if YOU have picked a losing stock. It happens to the best of us. GLTA
Supreme is a game changing acquisition. First time shareholder, now long term investor here!
They snuck in a dividend decrease on the back of good earnings and guidance. Is that because of spin off? As long as they maintain their dividend aristocrat status as in at least a .45 divy in December we should be fine.
ABOVE ALL ELSE, do NOT lose dividend aristocrat status!!!
>80% gain in VFC in 19 months since buy.. NOT counting divs or the KTB spinoff. Bought more KTB and sold OCT$25 puts. Have both divs locked down. Not too shabby... 46 years of increasing divs, outperformed the market by 7-fold over last 20 years! It's a keeper. It pays to own quality..
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