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The Dr. Pepper Pac Man Game: If it's down...Gobble..Gobble...BUY...BUY!



July 09, 2008 – Comments (2) | RELATED TICKERS: DPS , MNST , KO

The Dr. Pepper Pac Man Game:  If it's down...Gobble..Gobble...BUY...BUY!

Heck it's a strategy that works for any company's stock that has taken a massive hit from the recessionary period.

Granted, the recession isn't over... The commodity skyrocket + input costs + dollar nose dive issues aren't over yet.... None of what scares people away from the Beverage Sector this year is gone or even diminished. 

But, so what?

Beverage companies like (HANS), (CCBEF), and (DPS) have a good deal of money and are small enough to deal with trying times.  They won't go away just cause life got a little difficult for them.

DPS has tons of money and they showed off their CASH last month by revealing a California Factory they were going to build in 2010. 

One can't help but get excited over these companies.....

Frankly, I can not get excited over (KO) or (PEP) or (PAS) or etc.  The #1 and #2 brands behave too much like Lumbering, Slow Growth, Large Caps, with stagnating stock pricing.

It's like if you didn't get into those companies back in the 1980s and 1990s, you missed out on the biggest gains.

So... Investors like myself are looking for "The Next Best Thing" in the beverage sector.
I choose DPS.  If I am wrong... I have (HANS) as my fall back  (see previous article about the DPS - HANS challenge).

So.. If you will excuse me.. I have some DPS buying to do!

Gobble...Gobble..Gobble....Buy!...Buy!...Gobble..Buy!...Gobble...Strong Buy! (Super Pellet).....

2 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On July 09, 2008 at 2:12 PM, FourthAxis (< 20) wrote:

Wow.  Good Luck. (rolls eyes)

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#2) On July 09, 2008 at 4:57 PM, Varchild2008 (84.02) wrote:

Thanks!  Out of all of the big names in the Beverage Sector, only DPS went up today during the total market meltdown.

Think about it!  Also... DPS gained another CAPS STAR today as well as a major NAYSAYER's knees shook hard and dropped out of underperforming it.

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