Sure you did, big fella.......
Give it a break, few believe you
If you are "very disappointed with the executives at Coke" you would
have sold your shares 2 CEOs ago...!
Its OK to be yourself here
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Trust is a non-operating private foundation that works to help people lead healthy, productive lives. Its equity portfolio, worth almost $20 billion, is managed by Michael Larson. Nearly half of this portfolio is invested in Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE:BRK.B); Warren Buffett has been donating stock to the Foundation, piece-by-piece, over the past decade. Apart from this huge stake in Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE:BRK.B), the fund owns approximately $10 billion in other companies’ stock. In this article we will take a look at its top positions and the changes that they have experienced over the second quarter of the year. The companies implied are: The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE:KO), Caterpillar Inc. (NYSE:CAT) and Canadian National Railway (USA) (NYSE:CNI).
Excluding Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE:BRK.B), the foundation’s largest bet is placed on The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE:KO), a beverages giant that needs no introduction whatsoever. For the sixth consecutive quarter, the Trust’s position remained untouched, at 34 million shares. However, the stock returned 8.75% over the second quarter, making the fund’s holdings gain in value. According to the last 13F, the fund’s stake in the company is worth more than $1.44 billion.
REVI now a high price target after management confirmsentry into the $500 million a year hemp paper industry. Is a breakout about to happen for REVI now that it’s got a buy rating?
Go right ahead, I'll pick your shares up. KO is an established top notch branch in a saturated industry. It won't experience explosive growth and profits anymore but it gives consistency. To me, KO's yield is fine for the below average risk it comes with.
Can PLWY realistically reach .60 a share after big news drops about rev share agreement signed with AppRocket Studio?
Typing in unverifiable data like shares owned .......is BS.....
By the quality of his post he owns a 100 lot like most investors....which is OK
Actionable investment opinions or data is valuable whether an investor owns
100 shares of Coke or 1 million.
Your name calling hurt no one but your own credibility...instead tell this board
why or why not you like KO at its current price..
Equities research analysts at Brasil Plural began coverage on shares of The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE:KO) in a research note issued to investors on Monday. The firm set an “overweight” rating and a $46.00 price target on the stock. Brasil Plural’s price target indicates a potential upside of 11.87% from the company’s current price
You and David Winters both agree that Buffet hasn't done enough to prod management . This Monster deal will be a tipping point for Kent. He's leveraging KO's distribution strength to sell a domestic product worldwide. If successful, we will see more of the same , hopefully with KO entering the snack food business. The deal is a smart one , because KO only has a 17% stake in Monster , so if the drink doesn't catch on abroad , all isn't lost , including the 17% stake . But if it is successful, KO stands to increase revenue and realize an appreciation in share price of Monster . This deal will also give Kent credibility as the CEO after taking flak for giving himself and management the largest performance based compensation package in KO history. What makes KO attractive is the Monster potential when compared to the worldwide phenomenon of Red Bull which sells 3 or 4 times the amount of energy drinks than Monster worldwide . Also the potential for similar deals for other domestic brands . And that is why KO is a good investment . All these endeavors contain risk . So if you buy into this new strategy , you have the down side of KO's regular beverage business, and you have the potential upside of the risky deal making business. Considering KO's ability to distribute worldwide it looks like a nobrainer on the surface .
I think I did articulate my views, but since your more concerned with throwing around passive aggressive insults I wont waste my time. Happy trading...
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