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Leave Royal Mail shares to the experts

Back in November last year I wondered if I was going to choose Royal Mail (RMG) as a new buy for 2022.  But when it got the end of December the share price had risen from about 430p to approximately 520p and hence I was happy to keep on ignoring it. So why did Royal Mail shares react badly to its numbers last week, meaning their year-to-date fall is now nearly 40%? It is a good job then that I decided to ignore the share late last year…but is it a potential buy now?

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Robots Transform Royal Mail as it Delivers Profits in a First Class Parcel Boom

Hello Share Pickers. You've probably noticed the number of parcels arriving at yours and your family’s homes have grown considerably. The Royal Mail (RMG) can thank the pandemic for this boom, it’s safer to shop online these days. The parcel craze has saved the Royal Mail because letters are so old hat now. Email has largely taken over.

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Well done Chairman Keith at the Royal Mail

A few years ago I did own some shares in Royal Mail (RMG) on the basis that (1) it could be managed better as a private company rather than a state owned one and; (2) its property ownership in places such as the Nine Elms site in south London offered it the scope to even further improve its alright net cash position. Anyhow, I made a bit of money but lost interest in the shares at/around the 600p level in 2018. For many obvious reasons (fewer letters, worker angst and growing competition in the parcel business), the Royal Mail had a shocking couple of years after that, meaning by June last year I noted that its new chair Keith Williams had a big job going forward. And he certainly did but - as shown by the near tripling of the share price since - I doff my hat to him.

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Internet Shopping and Labour-Saving Technology Could Help Royal Mail to Post Higher Profits

Hello, Share Pleasers. It’s hard to see how Royal Mail (RMG) could make a mess of things and not benefit from a boom in parcel sending. This family’s held its Royal Mail shares since privatisation yonks ago and at several stages along the way I’ve been wringing my hands. Not any more. Recovery and beyond has happened over recent years and has been accelerated by the bug.

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