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Deliveroo plc (ROO.L)

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153.15-4.10 (-2.61%)
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    Tommy
    In the U.K. if you wanna make money just short any stock. In USA if you short a stock there is a huge risk that you may bankrupt so the investors think twice before shorting a stock. For some reason the London Stock Exchange is free from short risk:))

    This is crazy and I am not sure who is controlling or monitoring the market manipulation in the U.K. Something is really fishy here. This is not only for Deliveroo. It is for majority of the stocks in the U.K. stock market.
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    Tommy
    Bought 50,000 shares from 215p in December and just sold to stop losing money. I will see whether I made a mistake or not in mid-long term.
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    Christopher
    put 40% of PF in here with Average in the 170s...I believe we will see a rally back to 200s from next week. I good daily rise on Thursday with SHU buying back all of his shares roughly £50 million worth and that will help the SP move up!!
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    Tommy
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    David
    Very good numbers from Will Shu and Deliveroo..However very strong sentiment against so called tech companies in US and Europe that the share price will not accelerate in a meaningful way
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    Tommy
    I have been talking with some advisers and they all saying the price may see above 500 by 2024. That's why I shouldn't panic sell my Deliveroo shares. Here is another reason to avoid panic sell:

    "Apple is the largest weighting in Berkshire Hathaway’s portfolio. Warren Buffett first bought Apple stock in late 2016. However, there have been two steep falls in the share price since then.

    The first was in the fourth quarter of 2018. Apple’s share price fell almost 39% over this period when the stock market crashed. The Covid-related crash in March 2020 also meant the stock fell over 31%.

    Crucially, Warren Buffett carried on holding Apple shares during this volatility. It turned out well in the end, because Apple was the first company to surpass a $3trn market value recently. Indeed, the return for the Berkshire portfolio has been many billions of dollars.

    So, what can I take from this? Well, that stock market crashes do happen. But most importantly, when they happen, I shouldn’t panic-sell a good company if nothing fundamental has changed with the business. Buffett didn’t sell Apple just because the share price crashed. It was still a quality company, and the return has been spectacular since."

    Tue, 18 January 2022 - The Motley Fool
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    David
    Will Shu sells shares to pay a tax bill,but at same time receives more shares as part of incentive scheme,which amount to more shares than he used to settle his tax bill..Pure gravy train corruption,in my view...
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    Marv
    Risky, with the new legislation under review to classify every Deliveroo rider as an employee which includes minimum wage, benefits, holiday allowance etc could cost Deliveroo BILLIONS. It’s worth holding off for now to see what happens.
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    steve
    lost money on this company....feels very unfair
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    steve
    Something very fishy here....down 9% thursday and another8% Friday...
  • s
    steve
    Awful investment, awful company, ...on its way down,down,down..
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    alex
    This is a great buy. The company is showing good growth and profitability on a quarterly basis. Once the year end results/ Q4 are announced in early 2022 we should see these make some excellent gains
  • a
    alex
    The only stock in my portfolio today showing green 👍🏼
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    Gav
    that's the uk stock market for ya 😂
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    Super Dost
    Bullish or not it’s your choice & decision! Bought 5000 when the price dropped to £2.25d & sold 2500 @ 395p
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    fa
    Looks like 2.83 is the bottom. They have some strong plans in the pipeline for expansion. Have a google
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    brian
    I wonder how high this will go
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    felix
    Several of the City of London's biggest money managers — including Aviva (AV.L), Aberdeen Standard Life (SLA.L), L&G (LGEN.L), and M&G (MNG.L) — publicly said they would not take part in Deliveroo's IPO.
  • D
    Deets
    ROO is about to make some serious moves, make this message... technicals all aligned
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    B
    must bought in ...50 more 🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀