The recent downturn has taken Unilever plc shares close to a medium term support level around 3331 GBp. The timing for a long trade in the stock appears good. Investors have an opportunity to buy the stock and target the GBp 3526.
The company has strong fundamentals. More than 70% of listed companies have a lower mix of growth, profitability, debt and visibility criteria.
In a short-term perspective, the company has interesting fundamentals.
The share is getting closer to its long-term support in weekly data, at GBp 3199, which offers good timing for buyers.
Graphically speaking, the timing seems perfect for purchasing the stock close to the GBp 3331 support.
The group's high margin levels account for strong profits.
Growth remains a strong point in this company. In their sales forecast, analysts sound optimistic with regard to sales prospects.
Over the last twelve months, the sales forecast has been frequently revised upwards.
For the last few months, EPS revisions have remained quite promising. Analysts now anticipate higher profitability levels than before.
For the past year, analysts covering the stock have been revising their EPS expectations upwards in a significant manner.
Within the weekly time frame the stock shows a bullish technical configuration above the support level at 3199 GBp
The firm pays small or no dividend to shareholders. For that reason, it is not a yield company.
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