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Take your profits and buy the dip, canny loon 😘

 

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if i were mr bezoz and wanted to really crack the home delivery market why wouldnt i buy ocadofor amazon ?? any thoughts   

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21 minutes ago, Ed365 said:

if i were mr bezoz and wanted to really crack the home delivery market why wouldnt i buy ocadofor amazon ?? any thoughts   

 

Good question.  I don't know why Ocado is valued so highly.  They don't even deliver to the whole of the UK!

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Well, Ocado sure squeezed out a big smelly t^rd today.

 

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Hast thou done a huge poo, Kathleen?  😢

 

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This is when you should have bought back in.

You're welcome :)

 

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On 28/08/2020 at 12:39, dmedin said:

 

Good question.  I don't know why Ocado is valued so highly.  They don't even deliver to the whole of the UK!

Maybe some of you 'fundamental analysis' jack-an-apes could step in to explain it :D:D:D:D:D

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