Posted by: raynersu 537

$ComfortDelGro(C52)

With so many plans and initiatives going on with Trans-cab (e.g. lower rental fixed salary to drivers.....), and prime taxi joining in as well, don't you think there is a lack of competency on Comfortdelgro Management?

It seems to me they are doing nothing at all, while the others (uber, grab, trans-cab, prime) are always finding ways to gain a bigger portion of the taxi-ing pie.

What do you think? In my opinion, the management are like some old man with traditional thinking that they are still gaining the economic moats on taxi-ing services in Singapore. Or maybe they just give up and divert all their attention to overseas

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financialfreedom :

so many treads on comfortdelgro

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$ComfortDelGro(C52) reporting live from CDG AGM:
Meeting just started, some administrative setbacks. Chairman missed a person wanting to ask a question. chairman's attitude was poor, hostile/arrogant tone. Shareholders voiced their disapproval toward this behavior.

Hope this poor tone will turn around soon.

#agm
#AGM-Live

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Comfort Delgro......you can break 2.60 and move up!?
stay tuned!

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Posted by: MasterLeong 8.9 K

sometimes the risk of setting a low entry level would be the risk of missing the boat $ComfortDelGro(C52)
when CDG fell from 3.00 to 2.40 a drop of 20%, I felt it was a great opportunity to board
I myself was buying from 2.40 to 2.50 range... ended up with 15,000 shares at average price of around 2.47
some people commented that they wanted to wait for 2.20 or 2.30 to buy CDG, ended up they missed the boat and now CDG is around 2.65

so do not forget... if u put too low of an entry price, you run the risk of missing the boat, cheers

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