Jeffrey Davis of State Street Global Advisor
discussed the market today and PEP specifically. Davis
advises not to sell during the current volatile market,
especially with the possibility of an interest rate hike. He
is avoiding the tech sector at the moment. He likes
PEP because it has good international exposure.
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I too have been disappointed with Pepsi stock
over the last few years and have lightened my position
over this time. I now feel that the stock performance
will improve. I feel that the efforts to jump start
the company are under way. An article by the Motley
Fool today supports this position (fool.com). I am
more optimistic regarding the future prospects than I
have been in a long time and will gradually increase
my position, initially through the DRIP.
Does anyone know if there is any significance to
the "Destiny" collectors can. It is in full color
with Anakin and Darth Vader.
Any reply or
directions to where I can learn more would m=be
Ok. Need some guidance. Have to raise some cash &
am thinking about selling PEP. Have been
disappointed with the Co over the last several years,
especially when compared to COKE. Yet my wife & kids like
the pepsi drinks & the Frito Lay products are great &
seem to dominate their line. So why does the stock
price stay so low? Are we ready for a move up with the
next earnings report? Or is mgmt floundering? Help.