If you next to the By: of this post and then next
to the By: for post 16337, compare the (l) in the
391. They are not the same.
For some reason, in
the text, there is no difference between a lower case
L and the number one. But, there is a difference
next to the By:
Someone is so lacking in ideas
that all he/she has to do is pretend to be me.
I did't tell you to kiss anything.
I do wish
that you would stick to discussing investing or KO.
That is what the board is about.
This company is so poorly managed. They lost
customers due to poor quality control in Europe, mismanaged
the problem, loaded up on debt. They need to cut
costs soon. Start by firing Ivester. Coke's a joke.
Another reason to learn a language. Never thought
of it for personal investing. Thanks for the
pointer, but No Habla Espagnola (or is it Portuguese?).
Lisbon is still on the travel horizon. Sevilla was
terrific. Madrid you can keep.
jakejackson99 16336 of 16346
Thought you would like to
know. Read in todays "Jornal Do Brasil
"KO is trying
to sell one of the fanily's jewels..Kaiser
Breweries...to Dutch Hinekin..they are asking 1B US$. This not a
stratgic move, but a need for cash to lower debt in
brazil. Article reafirms problems with competition...See
for your self
at ... www.JB.com.BR..
Since KO is basically trading near the lowest
price of the past three years, anyone who bought the
stock in the past three years is on a loss. Soooo, as
we move into the last quarter of 1999, take the loss
for a tax writeoff. Buy Pepsi, if you must own a cola
stock, and buy KO back in the new year, selling the
pepsi if you bought it. This could save you some tax
dollars this year! As with any tax strategy, this could
be a bad investment decision - but with the way KO
is going, it might be a good investment decision.
Alternatively, wait until later in the year to sell your KO to
get a better idea where it will end the year. As
always, consult your tax advisor for your personal