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Investors are dumping out of Beverage Stocks



November 05, 2009 – Comments (1) | RELATED TICKERS: MNST , DPS

That's my explanation... Not only did I see (DPS) take a plunge despite some tremendous set of news regarding their earnings beat...their profit beat....   Inexplicable plunge to a 26 handle.... But after hours market (HANS) is also taking a major beating....  And this inspite of THEIR tremendous earnings report showing growth all over the place.



But it's not a "Sales" growth..... *psssh*



But it's not "good enough."

Give me a break!   I predict this is just one of them end of year swoons for the Beverage Sector and sometime around February/March/April  beverage stocks taking a swoon will skyrocket back up.

So if you are a HANS or DPS investor thinking quitting.... DON'T!!!   We've seen this before and still managed a year to date percentage gain.   Buy and Hold works... even when the Irrational Market tries to make you think it doesn't.

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#1) On November 05, 2009 at 4:39 PM, Varchild2008 (85.35) wrote:

P.S.  Standard and Poor's thinking to predict a CRUSH Volume "lapse" whatever the heck that means is ridiculous as well..

I made a similar claim but I did not make this claim thinking DPS growth was going to slow to a STOP..... But rather CRUSH sales would continue to increase just not as crazy as they have increased since Q4 2008.

Standard and Poor's assessment of DPS is pure B.S.   They raise their price target to $29.00 from $28.00  after Q2 earnings report and then what the heck?  Change their minds and bring it back down to $28.00???

Talk about FICKLE.....  I thought Video Game Shoppers were FICKLE.....  Standard and Poor's Analysis of the Beverage Sector is far worse.

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