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Nestlé S.A. (NESN.SW)

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    Leo
    Why is it so lonely in here? All the Nestle investors just park their money and go on with their lives instead of monitoring the price 24/7?
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    Oscar
    The nice thing about investing in stock Nestle is that you don’t have to worry about your investment.
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    Janet
    Mostly Nestle buys today with good reasons. YTD 15.75% and 1.62% dividend after paying U.S. foreign tax of 30%. Nestle has tons of superb products and holds 30% of L'Oreal stock. Good way to invest in ex-U.S.
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    RK
    Why is Nestle stock price going lower and lower. Anybody? Thank you
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    César
    I think they sell a lot of nespresso machines in this lock downs maybe will reflecte on future reports.
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    blackoutbuzz
    NSRGY bets on goldenberries. Hint to management... it'll take a lot more than goldenberries to make the company shine again.How about some THC-laced spring water?

    @@@Nestle’s acquisition of a 60 percent stake in Terrafertil, which which owns the Nature’s Heart brand and is the world’s largest buyer of goldenberries, closed Tuesday. “Consumers these days are increasingly looking for organic and natural food with high nutrient content,” said Laurent Freixe, CEO of Nestle Americas. “We are looking forward to exploring with Terrafertil the potential of their products.”

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-09-04/move-over-quinoa-nestle-is-looking-for-the-next-superfood?
    Quinoa is so 2017. Nestle SA’s new superfood candidate is the goldenberry.
    Quinoa is so 2017. Nestle SA’s new superfood candidate is the goldenberry.
    www.bloomberg.com
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    joe
    Im curios what Nestle Shareholders think of an investment into a CPG Cannabis company (Aphria- APHA). Leveraging THC in Candy products like ‘crunch, laggy taffy and dreyers’ and CBD wellness in powerbar, garnier at and pet supplies? Yah/Nah and why?
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    Andrew
    Is this the one without dividend witholding tax?
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    Janet
    When ever you feel down just check our Nestle 5 year chart! Nestle does it the old fashioned way. Was that E.F. Hutton?
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    eddie
    I wonder if I buy premarket on the ex div date if I will get the dividend?
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    Stevie
    Nestle, just wanted to let you know.
    Something is wrong with Kit Kat bars here in the US. The small ones in an 8 pack.
    The chocolate is really bland. Maybe its Nestles formula or maybe its Hersheys, either way, its bland.
    really bland. I had gotten one about 2 weeks ago, and regretted it as soon as I tasted it, because the time before it was bland also.
    I know sometimes, depending on the month, Hershey kisses can be a bit bland, or nice and sweet. But Kit Kat has been bland for a while now. If its not the source of your cocoa, its your formula. And the taste inside the chocolate is lacking too. Are you like MacDonalds now, where you'll make a product good for a while, get people to like it, then reduce the expensive ingredients and take the cost down, while making the product bland ? When I notice that, I stop buying something for a long, long time. You should have a warning label on your candy, telling people the last time you changed the formula. Otherwise, it can be a gamble. But making it cheaper, and less appealing, is like bait and switch, isnt it ? There should be some guarantee when you buy a product, its going to be similar, until they tell you otherwise. Or did we toss truth in labeling ? or did we ever enforce it. I love chocolate, but I wouldn't eat a small kit kat bar now if it was free, and even if you paid me.
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    Hanswurst
    This stock is a must have in everyone‘s portfolio.
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    Steve F
    I still love Nestlé ice cream drumsticks, but I purchased my last dijorno pizza ever last night.
    If I wanted a pizza that's 85.00% crust, I'd buy my own pizza crust & smear a little pizza sauce on it.
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    THEREAREONLYSILVERLINING
    Will NSRGY break up into three companies??????????? Should then make for a nice gain??? Comments
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    arssess m
    the best stock to own long term.
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    GNOME ON THE RANGE
    Nice to see the close on the North America brands and it appears the divvy ex-date is April 19th with a May 27th pay ($3.06) date. WTG Nestlé with the research, development, and introduction of the cocoa pulp-sweetened chocolate Incoa, hope it makes it to the North America market soon.
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    John
    Why is there no data on the forward P/E and such. I take it because this is the US ticker?
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    Stav
    Unilever looks to be interested in the Pet Food market:

    https://m.marketscreener.com/quote/stock/UNILEVER-PLC-9590186/news/Unilever-Ben-Jerry-s-debuts-dog-treat-with-similarities-to-ice-cream-32171113/

    Looks like the Nestle pet food section is going to outshine even more than coffee this year. Can't wait for earnings.
    UNILEVER PLC : ULVR Stock Price | GB00B10RZP78 | MarketScreener
    m.marketscreener.com
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    blackoutbuzz
    Not exactly the kind of earnings update I was hoping for. China sales slowed, and water is facing some challenges that has triggered a restructure of the business. Organic growth still stuck in the low single digits compared to historical steady mid-single digit results seen many moons ago. The bright spot was nice growth in pet foods due largely to e-commerce initiatives. Promises to allocate cash from the Skin Health unit sale to share buybacks (at these relatively high valuations?) and special dividends (can you say special tax hit?). Disappintingly no discussion in the analyst Q&A about what type of acqusitions might be targetted to accelerate growth. I decided to reduce my position. I may buy it back if/when there's more visibility on acquisition strategy and growth recovery. Stock conitnued to look weak on the update today... maybe a pullback into the 90's?

    >>>Nestlé SA, NSRGY -1.11% the world’s biggest bottled-water maker, is overhauling that business as the industry navigates big consumer shifts—from the rise of sparkling water to a backlash against single-use plastic. Bottled-water sales have boomed in recent decades, particularly in the U.S.—Nestlé’s biggest water market—as consumers cut back on sugary soft drinks. But growth has slowed lately as the category matures and consumers opt for sparkling and flavored waters, which are drunk in smaller quantities. U.S. bottled-water volumes rose 4% last year, down from 8.3% in 2015, according to Euromonitor. Globally, sales growth slowed to 6% from 7.2%

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/nestle-to-refresh-bottled-water-business-as-sales-turn-flat-11571298398
    Nestlé will overhaul its bottled-water arm, hoping to reinvigorate growth in a business hurt by rising competition, high costs and growing concerns about single-use plastic.
    Nestlé will overhaul its bottled-water arm, hoping to reinvigorate growth in a business hurt by rising competition, high costs and growing concerns about single-use plastic.
    www.wsj.com