From £6.99 per month
ShareProphets
The one stop source for breaking news, expert analysis, and podcasts on fast-moving AIM and LSE listed shares

MINDING THE LSE’S BUSINESS

Join for as low as £6.99 per month

With ShareProphets’ membership, you receive:

• All premium articles

• Tom Winnifrith’s Bearcast

• Access to all the entire nearly 10 year archive

• ShareProphets Daily Newsletter

Tesco remains a good place to do your shopping and, if you are a pension fund investor, to keep on holding its shares

By Chris Bailey | Thursday 13 April 2023


Disclosure: I own shares in one or more of the stocks mentioned. I wrote this article myself, and it expresses my own opinions. I am not receiving compensation for it (other than from ShareProphets). I have no business relationship with any company whose stock is mentioned in this article.


After a few quiet days over Easter, the UK market has a bunch of interesting larger cap updates this morning. I was positive on Tesco (TSCO) shares when they fell below a 200p level during the market excitement of early October. And, despite a share price rising over 20% over the following few months, earlier this year I concluded that they remained at least a strong hold for mainstream investors. However, as I write, the shares are back above a 270p price, which raises the question whether Tesco shares are still a strong hold or not?

Premium content is for paid subscribers only
ShareProphets is reader-supported journalism

Become a member starting at £6.99 per month for all articles, the Bearcast, and our seven year archive.


Filed under:



Subscribe to our newsletter

Daily digest of our latest stories.



Search ShareProphets

Market News

Complete Coverage

Recent Comments

That Was the Week that Was

 

AAU

Ariana – Surprise!

Time left: 07:32:08