(Editors' Note: Ocado Group trades on the London Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol OCDO.L, with ~ £9.5M average daily volume).
The last six months since my previous article on Ocado (OTCPK:OCDGF) have been eventful for the company. After recommending shorting the company at $6.50, Ocado's stock rose by 50%, peaking at nearly $10 per share. The London traded equity, OCDO.L rose from £4.48 to over £6.2x, a rise of just under 40%.
However, over the last three months, shares in Ocado have halved in price. Has the time come to cover or do I still see further downside?
Let me briefly recap the motivation for shorting the company from my last article:
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