Are These Stocks Poised For Success? Nestle SA Reg Ser B Spons (ADR) (NSRGY), Tesco Plc (ADR) (TSCDY) and Canadian Oil Sands (COSWF)

Posted by Saimoon April 8, 2015 0 Comment 389 views


New York, NY – GDP INSIDER  –  04/08/2015.

This article discusses three companies: Nestle SA Reg Ser B Spons (ADR) (OTCMKTS:NSRGY), Tesco Plc (ADR) (OTCMKTS:TSCDY) and Canadian Oil Sands (OTCMKTS:COSWF)

Nestle SA Reg Ser B Spons (ADR) (OTCMKTS:NSRGY) continued to fluctuate yesterday with the stock climbing 0.30% or $0.23 to close at $76.66 on very light trading of 0.273 million shares, compared to its three month average trading volume of 0.675 million. The nutrition, health, and wellness company has been trading between $74.34 and $78.72 for the last month, but is still trading above its one year target estimate of $76.50. With the stock up 5.08% so far this year and a converging bullish MACD, it is best to hold for now as it is offering good overall returns.

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Tesco Plc (ADR) (OTCMKTS:TSCDY) carried on with its recent rally with the stock gaining 2.53% or $0.27 yesterday to close at $11.12 with more than 0.167 million shares changing hands, compared to its three month average trading volume of 0.418 million. The retail banking and insurance provider has been outperforming the S&P 500 for most of this year so far and is currently up 27.94%, compared to the index which has only gained 0.84% so far this year. However with quarterly revenue growth of -4.50%, it may be better to sell than hold at this time.

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Canadian Oil Sands (OTCMKTS:COSWF) made additional gains yesterday with the stock adding 0.55% or $0.05 to close at $9.10 in not very active trading of 0.174 million shares. The investment opportunity provider for the oil sands industry in Canada saw the gains after Saudi Arabia decided to hike the price of its oil supply to Asia for May. Although it is only a $0.30 increase per barrel, the oil sector is hungry for any good news at the moment. Even so, the stock is still better to sell than buy

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