Is there any special reason for which PB's P/E is so much lower than KO's? Is it unreasonable to expect PB to reach a P/E ratio similar to that of Coca Cola's? This would place the share price of Panamerican in the low-to-mid 40's, a healthy 25%-plus increase from its current pricing.
We have PB on our selection list recently buying it during the October market plunge. The P/E on it is very conservative compared to some of the other Coke stocks. We recently sold KOF-Femsa for a quick profit becuase it was getting over-extended but PB is trading more conservative albeit more volatile since its split last year. This is an excellent long-term hold.
I'm accumulating PB right now, but I can't seem to find any two people to agree on what a fair price for PB could be. When is it time to start thinking about just holding on to what I already have and look for new investments elsewhere?