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Diageo's Sales Drop But the Drinks Giant Should Soon Be Back on its Sturdy Feet

Hello Share Mates. There is evidence that companies that sell a good time, like cinemas, leisure centres and drinks firms do better when times are difficult. It’s all to do with consolation. But thanks to the virus, that no longer really applies to the first two. However, Diageo (DGE), the famous drinks purveyor, could soon be back on its very sturdy feet...


Drink, Drink, Drink to the Company Whose Chances of Recovery Are Strong (With Apologies to The Student Prince)

Hello, Share Choosers. If you had shares in a brewer or drinks producer like Diageo (DGE), you will have seen your portfolio creak under the virus. For example, Heineken’s first-half underlying profits were down by 52.5%. While the company that does Budweiser and Stella Artois lost 45%. Diageo’s full-year to end June dropped by 14%, still a big blow...


Drink up! Diageo tells you how it is out there...

You may recall that Tom and I had a conversation back in October about Diageo (DGE) and how this loved-up bond proxy captured everything that was wrong about consensus investing. Naturally, shareholders who had followed our lead and sold could buy back today at a considerable discount to the share price back then...however what I like to think we highlighted was that the cosy consensus that such global consumer behemoths were always and everywhere a core portfolio holding is far from obvious…


This Drinks Giant Could Say Cheers Whether Economic Times are Good or Bad

Hello, Share Shapers. A lot of my gelt is tied into Diageo (DGE). Perhaps a bit more than my usual cut-off point of no more than ten percent of my portfolio. The reason for this out-of-ordinary support is that Diageo seems one of those companies that can command zippy shares prices in times, which in world economy terms, are good or bad. But let’s have a look at the fundamentals rather than making general pronouncements...

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