Warren Buffet always said tis better to buy a great company at a fair price...than a bad one at a low price. Coke knows what they purchased for $130 per share!
Said he doesn't see smiles on Whole Foods customers, and also that drinking carbonated sugar beverages prevents softening of the arteries, that popular companies like Coke, et al., withstand the test of time.
Green Mountain will recover small loss and then some...
Exactly! They love Green Mountain, they want to own it because it's still #1 and will be for the next few years, at least.
In other words, ignore the bashers and average down or up.
Ignore the silly bashers...they haven't a clue.
primarily driven by growth in sales of pods (previously referred to as portion packs) partially offset by lower brewer and accessory sales. Foreign currency exchange rates negatively impacted sales by approximately 1 percentage point. Excluding the impact of foreign currency exchange rates, total net sales grew 3% and total Keurig beverage system sales grew 4% compared to the prior year period.
GMCR has a habit of doing better than analysts think.
I could have told you that one was going to plunge.
I don't like how they do business, suspect that's why shoppers' are not returning after
the first visit.
Keep the faith, this a great company...at least Fidelity and Coke believe it is.
I can hardly believe the humongous number of shares Fidelity owns. Had to check it twice!
Just erased a year of gains.