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The Coca-Cola Company Message Board

  • oilnboil427 oilnboil427 Jul 16, 2013 4:40 PM Flag

    its coca-cola people....

    what, is coke gonna stop production of their product tomorrow? LMAO!!! Buffet owns it, KO is the leader in soft drinks and America is full of fat people... Buying opportunity is all this is.. and if it tanks lower, I buy more..

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • A few years back, everyone was interested in Coke's international growth.

      But soon, most all companies were benefiting from emerging markets.

      But the colas either have massive sugar in them or preservatives that require warning labels. The reason they do this is so the product can be shipped and stored without refrigeration.

      And the teas taste awful and taste like instant tea.

      The water is not spring water but purified tap water.

      Also, worry that carbonated beverages increase prostrate problems.

      WB recently asked the CEO to study failure. In other words, consider changing with the times instead of getting out of step with the times.

      • 1 Reply to hia_intell
      • although what you say may be true, I cant see KO going out of business or even cutting their dividend. change with the times? coca cola has been pumping out coke since 1919... I invest in oil and natural gas because that's what America runs on.. I would not feel safe investing in solar or wind energy because, well, that's not America, that's not what we use on a massive scale.. Coca cola is used on a massive scale world wide and although its not the most healthiest drink out there, folk still drink it and I don't see them butting it down any time soon....

 
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