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The world's leading soft-drink company, Coca-Cola's fountain includes everything from Coke to Poweraid to Dasani water.
Apple pie, Mom, and Coca Cola. Three things in life you cannot do without.
Is there a more beloved company in the world? Nothing beats a coke.
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Great company with super management. Lots of healthy drinks and international growth.
Coca Cola is in it for the long haul and with this stock long term you can never go wrong.
There are only a few people in the world who haven't touched a Coke product this year.
Coke is putting out fancy drink machines in fast food restaurant. These machines allow a customer to pick a drink from a large number of choices. This could be a great market research tool. The mixes customers choose are not available yet, but they could be if enough people choose them.
I believe as I have read that their trials on using Stevia, an organic sweetener will prove successful and the co. Will prevail.
Poorly run company, IMO. Coke (and Pepsi) are under pressure to make their drinks healthier, which they will have to do in a matter of time. People that drink Coke & Coke products want it to taste good. If they do what I expect and the DFA pushes them to ban high fructose corn syrup, coke will have to revert back to plain white sugar (like Mexican style coke). I hate to say it, but there will come a time when their only good product is their Dasani water. With this underperform pick, I'm simply betting on the fact that Coke will change it's recipes of its drinks and thus lose its solid consumer base. Just a hunch.
Solid management; current sells were solid too but underwhelming. Slough will force KO to reorder, potentially expand their models and perform. This is also a restaurant play.
- Huge competitive advantages and unmatched distribution. - Strong brand power, and the ability to adapt to changes in consumer taste.- Great management with long-term incentives.- Finally a good entry price, with the market being distracted by short-term growth concerns.Buy & hold this one.
The brand/s owned by this company plus its distribution system world-wide give KO one hell of a competitive advantage. This should outweigh potential risks from regulatory agencies in their well-meaning battles against obesity. Also, product diversification means KO is not just a soft-drink company which should counteract regulatory risk somewhat. Weighing everything up, KO should be a part of every investor's portfolio.
Meaningful dividend and meaningful dividend growth rate will carry this stock higher and provide compounded returns
M* wide pick
KO is quite possibly the best known All-American brand and has a lot more room to grow. Consumers might be looking to healthier choices, but Coke still has huge brand loyalty and should be looking to acquire different beverage units, especially in the energy and coffee drink sectors. I see Coke being a major player in the next couple of years.
KO is overbought. The Forward PEG is currently at a premium to both the stock's 5 year average Forward PEG, and the S&P 500 Forward PEG. The consensus earnings estimates are trending downward.
Yes with dividens
coke at a 3% Yield has historically been a pretty good time to buy. At 2.9% I'll take my chances.
tastes great and polar bears like it
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