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MCP, MCPHERSON'S LIMITED
blacksheep
post Posted: Jun 22 2018, 03:26 PM
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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Jun 14 2018, 02:29 PM

Updated chart - SP has come off the boil somewhat since the last post. - currently $1.77.
https://www.shortman.com.au/stock?q=mcp
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New 52 week high - $1.71
https://www.shortman.com.au/stock?q=mcp

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Posted this under the STOCK PICKS 2018 thread. MCP's SP at the time of article was $1.44 - currently it's $1.53.

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A couple of other ASX listed stocks mentioned by "top managers" at the Future Generation Investment Forum. were MCP, LIC, MYE, and FNP. I'll take a look at them again later in the year to see how good a stock picker they are smile.gif

McPherson's, Lifestyle, Mastermyne, Freedom Foods: Stock picker favourites
http://www.afr.com/markets/equity-markets/...20180516-h104o6

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alonso
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In Reply To: mcart117's post @ Aug 30 2017, 11:37 AM

I bought in before last div and sold out the other day with a 9% profit for the 6 months. Didn't think it worth holding for next divv but will remain on my div trade watchlist.



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These had a bit of a peak in 2013, jumped in with a cap raise at $2.10 I think, and then plummetted. It left a nasty taste in the mouth, but I have traded in an out around the dollar something level. Right now I'm selling down a bit, because I don't trust 'em. Stll hold a few for the div, but with past divs and modest trading profits my cost of carry is negative, so it doesn't really matter what happens next.

But for those who follow fibs, they have hit a 50% level on the climb back up from 2013.



 
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In Reply To: nipper's post @ Mar 22 2017, 08:39 AM

Looking promising now and some fund interest. Been waiting since February.



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post Posted: Mar 22 2017, 08:39 AM
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Is this the best value growth stock on the ASX?
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Investors are constantly on the lookout for growth. Companies growing earnings at double digit rates normaly trade on high multiples - hence finding growth and value at the same time - is hard to come by.

Mcpherson's Limited (MCP) is a brand owner within the health, beauty and wellness sector of the market. We believe investors have overlooked the recent successful turnaround, and the acceleration of growth within the core business as the significant earnings leverage starts to kick in.

We forecast Mcpherson's will earn 14.5c EPS and pay 9.5c of fully franked dividends in FY17. In FY18 we estimate EPS at 17.5c and dividends of 11c. Our forecast places MCP on a forward PE multiple of 7x and a gross yield of 13%.

MCP is the largest holding in the TBF Fund.
RON SHAMGAR The Boat Fund

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arty
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Must be a really boring stock with 15% annualised yield blink.gif

Does anybody see the Cup&Handle pattern over the last 6-8 months? I can, and I'm on - if for nothing else but the dividend.

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In Reply To: blueice's post @ Sep 6 2010, 12:23 PM

Thinking of buying into MCP - surely a good buy at these prices??????????
Oversold do you reckon?????????

 
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I had been thinking of buying into MCP today, but there does not seem to be any interest in this stock at all, more sellers than buyers.
Any one have any idea as to why??? I know it goes ex-div today...................

 
 


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