PEP Jan 2020 135.000 put

OPR - OPR Delayed Price. Currency in USD
5.25
+0.35 (+7.14%)
At close: 2:15PM EDT
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Previous Close4.90
Open4.89
Bid5.40
Ask5.55
Strike135.00
Expire Date2020-01-17
Day's Range4.89 - 5.30
Contract RangeN/A
Volume208
Open InterestN/A
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PEP pays out only 68.4 % of its earnings-per-share in dividends.If PEP paid out 77.4% in dividends like KO, its dividend per share would be 13.1% higher -- $4.32 annually. So at today's price of ~$136.36, PEP's dividend yield would be higher than KO's -- 3.17% vs. KO stock's 2.94%.Moreover, KO has grown its dividends at only 6.85% during the past five years. PepsiCo dividends have grown faster at 9.88% over the same period. And remember PEP pays out less of its earnings, so its growth rate would be even higher on a comparable payout basis. * 10 Big IPO Stocks From 2019 to Watch PEP's Total Return Has Been Better Than KO, Despite Being CheaperNormally you would think that since KO stock is more expensive than PEP its stock performance would have been better than PEP's. But over the past year, KO stock has risen 19% and PEP has risen 20%. So PEP has outperformed Coca-Cola by 5.37%.Even more interesting is that PEP's total return has also been better. Remember that KO has a higher dividend yield than PEP -- 2.94% (KO) vs. 2.81% (PEP). If you add in the actual dividends declared over the past year, KO has paid out $1.59 per share in dividends. One year ago KO's price was $46.02, so the dividends paid earned investors 3.46%.PEP declared $3.765 per share in dividends over the past year. Based on the year-ago price of $113.85, these dividends earned investors 3.31%.On a total return basis, Coca-Cola stock earned investors 22.46% (19 % price appreciation plus 3.46% in dividends). But PEP earned their investors 23.34% (20.03 % plus 3.31%).So, even though PEP is cheaper than KO stock and has a lower dividend yield, investors in PepsiCo would have made 3.89% more on their investment than those in Coca-Cola stock, including dividends. Why Has PEP Outperformed KO Stock?The answer here is mixed. In Q2, Coca-Cola grew its EPS 12% over the past year in Q2. 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    As one of the leaders of the cannabis sector, Canopy Growth (NYSE:CGC) stock has had its share of ups and downs over the years. Lately, the firm has had a lot more negatives than positives, and much of that pain has been self-inflicted.As a result,Canopy's big backer, Constellation Brands, (NYSE:STZ) had a major falling out with Canopy. Constellation seemingly forced out Canopy's CEO, and has now overhauled its whole management team. Consequently, CGC has reworked its strategy.Source: Shutterstock In recent months, traders have dumped CGC stock, due to both the lousy marijuana stock environment and Canopy's particular issues.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsIt's not surprising that traders are nervous, given that the firm still doesn't have a permanent CEO or positive earnings per share at this point. However, give credit where it is due. The company's new CFO, Mike Lee, is making a solid pitch to the market. 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When Canopy launched, he says, the company had three large growing facilities available. It could either go "pedal to the metal" to get production rolling full blast from day one or take a more measured approach. CGC went for the first option, grabbing a big chunk of the initial market share.As a result, however, its operations had some serious inefficiencies. Canopy is now reworking its production. But its overhead costs remain high, which makes its whole profit/loss picture look ugly. Once its facilities are reconfigured to a more optimum set-up, however, Lee says that Canopy will get back to 40% gross profit margins. He expects that to occur "in the near future."At the moment, he says,CGC is generating gross margins in the mid-to-high 30s range once those extra costs are backed out. And with optimization and a better product mix, its margins will surge back over 40% again, the CFO stated. This metric will be a key test for CGC stock in coming quarters. The new management team has laid out a clear and credible path to improved profitability. Let's see if it can deliver. Big Vaping PushCanopy likes to talk about how Canada is entering the recreation 2.0 stage of the market. That is, the cannabis sector is becoming a much wider playing field as new products such as edibles come online. A big part of Canopy's strategy revolves around vaping. Unlike its peers, who are marketing third-party products, Canopy has had its team develop in-house capabilities that could be a huge boon for CGC. According to Lee, its new CFO:"So, we're coming out with plus or minus 15 SKUs, multiple devices, a variety of price points. 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Let's see who takes over as its CEO, but in the meantime, the new CFO is offering a reasonable plan that could pay off well in coming years.At the time of this writing, Ian Bezek held no positions in any of the aforementioned securities. You can reach him on Twitter at @irbezek. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 3 Artificial Intelligence Stocks to Buy * 7 Industrial Stocks to Buy for a Strong U.S. Economy * 3 Beaten-Down Bank Stocks to Buy and Hold for the Long Term The post Canopy Growth's New CFO Has a Credible Plan to Revive the Company appeared first on InvestorPlace.

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