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.
well is it in taxable account? If so, whats your tax basis? Because if you have significant gains on the million that you'd sell that might be reason enough to just sit tight and defer the gains for now. It also depends hugely on where you live. If you live in a state like california, the portion thats capital gains would be taxed as high as 12.3% in addition to the 20% long term capital gains rate
Really? I bought my KO shares in 1995 with a cost basis of 10.52. And I've enjoyed the dividends for years which have paid for many very nice vacations. Do you really think that $1 million is a lot of money? If you do, YOU don't belong on this board, because you're either a moron or a troll.