KO - The Coca-Cola Company

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
-0.35 (-0.71%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

49.09 +0.24 (0.49%)
After hours: 7:11PM EDT

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Previous Close49.20
Bid48.83 x 3000
Ask49.07 x 2900
Day's Range48.76 - 49.14
52 Week Range41.93 - 50.84
Avg. Volume14,659,290
Market Cap208.4B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.30
PE Ratio (TTM)31.06
EPS (TTM)1.57
Earnings DateJul 23, 2019 - Jul 29, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield1.60 (3.26%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-06-13
1y Target Est51.95
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  • Benzinga4 hours ago

    A Look At This Year's Top Restaurant Trends: Cannabis, Craft And Casual

    Back in January, The National Restaurant Association released its annual list of top trends in the restaurant and food industry. Drink companies are looking to get in on the cannabis craze, with companies looking at possibilities for adding the substance to everything from beer to spirits to water. Research from ArcView says the cannabis edibles market will hit $4.1 billion by 2022, and some of that surely will be in restaurants, because who wants to cook?

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  • Berkshire Hathaway Stock Should Pay a Special Dividend
    InvestorPlace8 hours ago

    Berkshire Hathaway Stock Should Pay a Special Dividend

    Warren Buffett is a fan of dividends. Just look at all the dividend stocks that fill Berkshire Hathaway's (NYSE:BRK.B),NYSE:BRK.A) portfolio. Many of his top holdings send plenty of cash flowing back into BRK.B's coffers, inflating them by billions of dollars each quarter. And for decades, BRK.B has been using those dollars to reinvest and drive the future returns of Berkshire Hathaway stock.Source: Shutterstock However, despite Buffett's love of stocks that pay dividends, Berkshire Hathaway stock doesn't pay one of its own, with Buffett preferring to use the money for other purposes. Over the years, that's been a fine approach. But these days, Buffett and BRK.B may want to rethink that stance. * 7 High-Yield REITs to Buy (Even When the Market Tanks) A huge cash pile, underperformance in recent years by Berkshire Hathaway stock and a lack of appealing elephant-sized takeover targets make the idea of paying a dividend- even a one-time special one- worthwhile for Berkshire Hathaway.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips A Growing Problem for Berkshire HathawayCalling BRK.B a cash-generating machine would be an understatement. By design, the organization is set up to produce copious amounts of cash flows from its underlying holdings. Its insurance companies pull in billions from their investments, while Buffett receives billions each quarter in dividends from BRK.B's massive stakes in companies like Coca-Cola (NYSE:KO) and U.S. Bancorp (NYSE:USB). And we can't forget about the dividends/distributions that Berkshire Hathaway's subsidiaries send back to their parent.Historically, Buffett has used this cash primarily to invest in its current businesses, buy new businesses and repurchase Berkshire Hatahaway stock when its shares are cheap enough.The problem is that BRK.B may be producing too much cash these days. At the end of 2018, BRK.B had about $112 billion in cash and equivalents on its balance sheet. That balance has only grown as more of its positions have paid their quarterly dividends into the firm's coffers.The issue is that Buffett and Berkshire are having trouble finding ways to spend that cash.With stocks surging over the last year or so, valuations aren't as cheap as Buffett would like. After all, he is a value investor. As a result, it's difficult for Berkshire to buy more shares of companies in which it already has stakes .Meanwhile, expensive valuations make buying companies outright an expensive proposition. Since Berkshire Hathaway is so big, it takes a large deal to really move the needle for Berkshire Hatahawau stock. Unfortunately, Buffett and the team at Berkshire Hathaway recently haven't found any major company that they like. It's been more than three years since BRK.B carried out a substantial buyout. So, its cash keeps piling up.That could explain Buffett's recent bout of underperformance.Over the long haul, Berkshire Hathaway stock has been a great investment. Since Buffett took over, Berkshire Hathaway has managed to produce a compound annual gain of 21% , versus a compound annual gain of just 9.7% for the S&P 500 during that time.However, the last decade hasn't been so kind for Buffett. BRK.B stock has risen by 259% over the last ten years. That's not bad at all. However, the S&P has returned a total of 314% during that time. This year alone ,the S&P 500 has risen more than twice as rapidly as Berkshire Hatahaway stock. Berkshire Hathaway Should Give It All AwayThere is a relatively easy solution to the problem for Berkshire: enact a dividend of its own. Buffett has notoriously been stubborn on this issue and has said that in 10 or 20 years, the company may decide to institute a dividend. BRK has only paid a dividend once, back in 1967. However, it might be a good idea for for Berkshire Hathaway stock to start paying one.For one thing, Buffett's argument that it's better to use the money for investments is only valid if he actually puts the cash to work. Handing some of the cash back to investors as a dividend would certainly remove some of the drag on the performance. of Berkshire Hathaway stock.And Buffett wouldn't have to get rid of all of the cash. If Berkshire Hathaway last year- after kicking out the issues with Kraft Heinz (NYSE:KHC) - put 42% of its profits into dividends, it would have spent about $20 billion on the payouts. In that scenario, Buffett would still have had plenty of cash to play with. In fact, about five years ago, Buffett had only about $42 billion in cash on Berkshire's balance sheet, and he was perfectly content and performed better.By paying a dividend, BRK.B would remove one of Buffett's main complaints about Berkshire Hathaway as well. That is, that Berkshire Hathaway stock constantly trades at a huge discount to book value. If Buffett was to pay an annual dividend or even a one-time large special payout and remove some of the excess cash, the owners of Berkshire Hathaway stock would receive an improved return on their investment. Most likely, they would enjoy higher share prices and higher net asset value. Here's Hoping Berkshire Hathaway Starts Paying UpBuffett is an amazing investor and has steered Berkshire Hathaway towards enviable returns that may have been too good. BRK just throws off too much cash these days. It's a great problem to have, but it is starting to significantly hinder the performance of BRK.B stock. Initiating a one-time, special dividend or annual payout would go a long way towards removing that excess cash from Berkshire's balance sheet, while improving the performance of BRK.B stock. At the time of writing, author Aaron Levitt did not hold a position in any of the stocks mentioned. More From InvestorPlace * 4 Top American Penny Pot Stocks (Buy Before June 21) * 7 High-Yield REITs to Buy (Even When the Market Tanks) * 5 Great Blue-Chip Stocks to Buy Today * 7 Tech Stocks to Buy That Are Also Perfect for Retirement Compare Brokers The post Berkshire Hathaway Stock Should Pay a Special Dividend appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Is Coca-Cola (KO) Outperforming Other Consumer Staples Stocks This Year?
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    Is Coca-Cola (KO) Outperforming Other Consumer Staples Stocks This Year?

    Is (KO) Outperforming Other Consumer Staples Stocks This Year?

  • Coca-Cola ends plan to refranchise Africa bottling unit, keeps majority stake
    Reuters11 hours ago

    Coca-Cola ends plan to refranchise Africa bottling unit, keeps majority stake

    Coca-Cola Co said on Monday it had dropped plans to refranchise its Africa bottling business, Coca-Cola Beverages Africa (CCBA), and would instead keep its majority stake in the unit for the time being. The U.S. beverage giant had wanted to refranchise the unit as part of its global plan to divest its manufacturing and distribution assets to focus on main beverage business and boost margins. "While we remain committed to the refranchising process, we believe it's in the best interests of all involved for Coca-Cola to continue to hold and operate CCBA," Coca-Cola said in a statement.

  • Warren Buffett Is the World's Biggest Investor in These 5 Stocks
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  • Business Wire14 hours ago

    Coca-Cola Updates Plans for Coca-Cola Beverages Africa, Including Intent to Retain Majority Stake in Bottler

    The Coca-Cola Company announced today that it will maintain its majority stake in Coca-Cola Beverages Africa for the foreseeable future. With the change, Coca-Cola will begin presenting the financial statements of CCBA within its results from continuing operations in the second quarter of 2019, in accordance with U.S. accounting standards. CCBA has been accounted for as a discontinued operation since Coca-Cola became the controlling shareowner in October 2017.

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  • 5 Great Blue-Chip Stocks to Buy Today
    InvestorPlace3 days ago

    5 Great Blue-Chip Stocks to Buy Today

    If you're like me, the current bout of trade-induced volatility isn't sitting too right. And while swings and bear markets are a part of investing, the kind of big plunges we've recently seen does make for some sleepless nights. Which is why the stocks to buy today could be America's blue-chip stocks.Blue-chip stocks don't necessarily have a formal definition, but they are generally stable and well-established companies. Blue-chip stocks are typically household names with billions in revenues and steady rising profit profiles. Often, they share the wealth with their investors via rich dividend and buyback programs. The best part is that investors can count on blue-chip stocks to help them get through periods of malaise and bear markets as they tend to be less volatile than let's say, smaller growth stocks.To that end, with the markets starting to feel a bit shaky, blue chip stocks could be the best way to position your portfolio in the upcoming months.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips * 6 Chinese Stocks That Could Pop On a Trade Deal But which blue-chip stocks make sense to buy today? Here are five that could help you get through the next few months and an upcoming bear market. Cisco Systems (CSCO)Source: Shutterstock The technology sector is often seen as a growth element for a portfolio. However, the sector does feature plenty of blue-chip stocks that produce mountains of cash flows, steady dividends, and rising profits. Case in point, former dot-com darling Cisco Systems (NASDAQ:CSCO).After building the internet and networking with its focus on switching gear and routers, CSCO made the smart pivot into services and reoccurring revenues. It basically created the model that many tech firms have copied. And in doing that, Cisco has become a cash generation machine. Last quarter alone, the firm managed to produce more than $3.5 billion in free cash flows.The best part is that CSCO continues to share that cash with investors. The firm recently raised its dividend by 6% and added another $15 billion to its authorized buyback program.And yet, more could be in store for Cisco. The firm continues to add new capabilities to its services platform and recently unveiled new conversational A.I. to its interfaces. Adding in continued data center demand as well as the pending 5G upgrades and Cisco continues to look great.For investors looking for a strong tech sector blue-chip stock, Cisco has to be your top pick. Merck (MRK)Source: Shutterstock The steadfastness of the healthcare sector makes it a prime place to find plenty of blue-chip stocks. And one of the best could be pharmaceutical giant Merck (NYSE:MRK).For starters, MRK features a wide portfolio of current and former blockbuster drugs, vaccines and other therapies. This huge portfolio continues to drive profits and cash flows at the giant. But MRK isn't resting on its laurels. A few years ago, Merck made the shift into newer biotech and advanced cancer-fighting medications. That has turned out to be the right move.MRK's Keytruda has quickly become the go-to medicine for a variety of lung cancers and sales going through the roof. Last quarter alone, the blue-chip stock realized more than $2.2 billion in Keytruda sales alone. That double-digit growth has allowed Merck to up its total forecast and guidance for the entire year. The growth of Keytruda could continue. Merck has begun several trials looking to use the drug in other indications. This could provide even more cash flowing Merck's way. Combining the growth of its cancer portfolio with the rest of its steady drug options, and Merck is looking like a great buy for the long haul. * 5 Service Stocks That Can Win the Trade War -- According to Goldman Sachs In the end, MRK's 2.85% yield and continued growth make it a powerful blue-chip stock for any investor. American Express Company (AXP)Source: Shutterstock One of Warren Buffett's favorite blue-chip stocks happens to be American Express (NYSE:AXP). And the Oracle of Omaha isn't wrong in owning it. The financial powerhouse has continued to thrive in the rising economy and has a lot to offer investors.AXP is kind of a weird bird. Like rivals, Visa (NYSE:V) and Mastercard (NYSE:MA) -- also two blue-chip stocks worth owning -- American Express operates a secured payment network and acts as a toll road when customers swipe their cards. Here, Amex scores a hefty fee. The firm's discount revenue rate was last quarter was 2.37%. Basically, for every $100 spent on its cards, $2.37 flowed back to AXP. All in all, last quarter, American Express pulled in more than $6.2 billion in revenue from these operations.Secondly, unlike V and MA, American Express is an issuer of its cards. Because of this, it's able to score hefty membership fees, interest and creates a leverage effect for its profits. Moreover, Amex's entire M.O. is about rewards and its partners pay the credit issuer plenty of fees to get their products/offers onto AXP's platform.The best part is that AXP tends to focus on the higher end of the credit spectrum. This removes many of the uncertainty and issues with offering loans and reduces default rates.All of this has made American Express a powerhouse in the financial sector. Best Buy Chip Stocks: Genuine Parts Company (GPC)Source: Shutterstock Sixty-three years. That's an amazing streak for any firm to consistently raise their dividend. But for blue-chip stock Genuine Parts Company (NYSE:GPC), it's just par for the course. The secret lies with the firms massive and irreplaceable moat.There's a good chance that you've never walked into one of GPC's locations, but your mechanic has. Under the NAPA banner, the firm operates one of the largest networks of auto parts and industrial distribution locations in the nation. Those 9,250 locations are located pretty much everywhere and that's key. Auto parts are generally a "need it now" sort of item and are pretty much immune from the whims of online sales.Because of this huge network, GPC and NAPA are pretty much the only game in town when it comes to getting parts to body shops, mechanics and service centers. This has been beyond good for GPC's bottom line over the years. In its 90-year history, sales have increased in 85 of those years. This streak was continued last year as GPC recorded more than $18.7 billion in revenues. Analysts predict that revenues will jump by about 4% this year. Naturally, those sales have turned into profits and a long streak of dividend increase for investors. * The 3 Best Marijuana Stocks to Buy Right Now This consistency has made GPC one of the best blue-chip stocks to own for the long haul. Coca-Cola (KO)Source: Chris Nielsen via FlickrWhen it comes to blue chip stocks, Coca-Cola (NYSE:KO) could be the bluest. Its brand is worldwide and is enjoyed millions of times daily. This has allowed KO to pay a constantly rising dividend for the last 55 years and provide plenty of ballast to a portfolio in markets just like today.And there is still growth to be had.Coke has moved into new beverage categories as tastes have changed. Sparkling water, juices, teas, and other healthy drinks are now on a menu at the firm. And these items continue to grow -- with revenues for these products now accounting for about half of KO's total pie. Meanwhile, KO has improved margins via new packaging designs and sizes. Adding in some tech -- such as its Arctic Coolers and Freestyle machines -- and Coke seems to be winning the beverage wars.The proof is in the pudding. Continued product mix development has resulted in a big 5% jump in revenues last quarter. Likewise, earnings saw a big surge and KO has managed to produce roughly $6.28 billion in free cash flow over the last 12 months.Yes, KO is boring. But that's what exactly what investors should be looking for in a blue-chip stock. Consistency, with a touch of growth. If that doesn't describe Coca-Cola, then I don't know what does.Disclosure: At the time of writing, Aaron Levitt did not have a position in any stock mentioned. More From InvestorPlace * 4 Top American Penny Pot Stocks (Buy Before June 21) * 7 Stocks to Buy that Lost 10% Last Week * Top 7 Dow Jones Stocks of 2019 -- So Far * 5 Service Stocks That Can Win the Trade War -- According to Goldman Sachs Compare Brokers The post 5 Great Blue-Chip Stocks to Buy Today appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • The Bullish Thesis for Tilray Stock Is Still Alive and Well
    InvestorPlace3 days ago

    The Bullish Thesis for Tilray Stock Is Still Alive and Well

    Every so often, Wall Street experiences a craze that is fascinating like Bitcoin in 2017. But now it's the cannabis stocks and Tilray (NASDAQ:TLRY) has been a wild one to watch. It went public last year and within two months it had rallied 1,000%. 2019 has not been kind to TLRY stock as it's down 32% year-to-date, yet it is still up 110% since its inception. Compare that to the S&P 500, which is barely up 2% in a year.Source: Shutterstock Today's write up is to encourage those who like the stock to hold it and to also discourage those who want to short it. For full disclosure, I am not long Tilray nor am I an uber fan or a perma-bull of it.While the IPO was orderly, the period that followed was bonkers. In September it spiked to its $300 all-time high from $93 in three days. Clearly, it was a massive short squeeze where buying begot buying until the equilibrium was restored.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsUnfortunately for the Tilray stock bulls that was the high mark and it has traded horrendously since then. It is now below $50 and it can't sustain a rally. It's not so much that the fundamentals have deteriorated greatly. It is simply that the stock trade broke from the massive artificial rally. It takes time to restore the natural price action.TLRY still has not grabbed the attention of major corporations. Canopy Growth (NYSE:CGC) and Cronos (NASDAQ:CRON) got billions from Constellation Brands (NYSE:STZ) and Altria (NYSE:MO). Tilray is still going at it alone and it's struggling. It will need better alliances or it risks falling behind.Before you send me hate mail on this, I am not calling TLRY stock dead. Cannabis stocks are a special breed in this early stage. They are trying to establish the industry on Main Street and they may not be able to always impress Wall Street in the short term. There will be ups and downs but the bullish thesis is too diverse in scope to call it dead now. * 10 Baby Boomer Stocks to Buy So what's a fair value for TLRY stock? There is none because at this point they all carry massive market capitalization but with a tiny fraction of it in sales. TLRY's cap is $6 billion and it recently reported $23 million in sales.To that, management reported a big top line beat and 195% growth year over year. The stock spiked 6% on the headline and it is holding the zone decently given the overall stock market jitters. More importantly, its deliveries doubled year-over-year and that is the focus of many experts. They can't grow into their potential if they cannot deliver it as well as improve their margins along the way.The cannabis industry is still trying to adjust to its new legal status. This is a trend that is spotty for now but will grow its ubiquity with time. The U.S. market is an important one and many states will soon follow the ones that have already legalized it. But on the federal level, it may not be that easy. Luckily there are dozens of other countries for TLRY to potentially serve. Bottom Line on TLRY StockThe hoopla around cannabis stocks like Tilray is that they will disrupt so many huge markets that their upside potential should also be massive. The recreational use is what first comes to mind to most people but there are so many more like medicinal applications, potables and edibles. Maybe one day pot-based drinks will replace some of the soda, wine and beer consumption. * Top 7 Dow Jones Stocks of 2019 -- So Far Skeptics would call it a craze. Maybe, but unlike bitcoin where the concept escapes 99% of all people, everyone knows what cannabis is and is immediately interested in learning more about it. The allure of it is undeniable as I see evidence of the interest everywhere I go.So the bottom line is that although the experts can dismiss Tilray based on valuation and its distance from its all-time high, they would be making a mistake. Because as big as the potential of this multi-headed future area of business is, it will be impossible to quantify here let alone judge it right. Either avoid it altogether or plug your nose and buy the stock for the long term.We saw the skeptics lose fortunes trying to short Amazon (NASDAQ:NFLX) and Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX). Netflix still gets a pass on profitability because of its global expansion potential as should most cannabis stocks … including TLRY stock.Nicolas Chahine is the managing director of SellSpreads.com. As of this writing, he did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. You can follow him as @racernic on Twitter and Stocktwits. More From InvestorPlace * 4 Top American Penny Pot Stocks (Buy Before June 21) * 7 Stocks to Buy that Lost 10% Last Week * Top 7 Dow Jones Stocks of 2019 -- So Far * 5 Service Stocks That Can Win the Trade War -- According to Goldman Sachs Compare Brokers The post The Bullish Thesis for Tilray Stock Is Still Alive and Well appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Business Wire5 days ago

    The Coca-Cola Company to Present at Deutsche Bank Global Consumer Conference

    The Coca-Cola Company today announced that Chief Financial Officer John Murphy will present on June 12 at 10:30 a.m. CET at the Deutsche Bank Global Consumer Conference in Paris.

  • For Aurora Stock, The Bullish Bet Is Still On
    InvestorPlace5 days ago

    For Aurora Stock, The Bullish Bet Is Still On

    On Monday, when the markets were falling off a cliff from fears of the tariff war with China, the headlines were about Aurora Cannabis (NYSE:ACB) tumbling ahead of earnings. But on Tuesday, the stock closed up 4.5% into the earnings event. This morning ACB is down 1.2% on the earnings headline, though it dipped lower earlier. Clearly it's an emotional stock, and investors have strong opinions on either side of the ledger.Overnight, ACB reported earnings and Wall Street did not like what they saw. This was the opposite reaction to Tilray's (NASDAQ:TLRY) earnings last night, which was up around 3.5% before falling back to a -3%.The sellers stepped into ACB because they missed on both the top and bottom lines. Earnings were three times worse than forecast but that's not the big problem as this is a growth stock and profits are not too big a concern for now. But they also missed on the revenue forecast. Luckily their sales were four time bigger than last year, they just failed to deliver what investors were expecting.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsThe bottom line is that traders wanted pizzazz and ACB did not deliver it this quarter. This doesn't change the long term bullish thesis for it. What Now for ACB Stock?While 2019 has been good for stocks as the S&P 500 is up 13%, the year has been great for cannabis stocks. ACB came into the earnings up 36% year to date, for example, and it's not even the star of the sector. Cronos (NASDAQ:CRON) and TLRY are up more than double that. Clearly there is froth, but in this case it's not a reason to avoid the stocks. The thesis to own them is not value.Fundamentally the metrics for cannabis stocks do not make sense. ACB sells at a 150 price-to-sales and carries a market capitalization of $8 billion for tiny sales sales. While this sounds like lunacy, this is a budding industry so we don't have yet the right metrics to properly judge the value. * 10 Retirement Stocks That Won't Wilt in a Bear Market For now, production and deliveries are important to the experts and Aurora kept their 25,000 kilos fourth quarter goal. Think of it as an asset that is in demand and that they can't source enough of it to satisfy the demand. And here the demand is insanely strong.I have rarely seen such excitement over a commodity like cannabis. It is a strong draw regardless of the format. There is tremendous interest in the products but also for the cannabis stocks too. The chat rooms are packed if they are discussing pot stocks. Yes, it's not all about the pot but it's the original draw.Since the cannabis companies stepped on the global platform, the experts started to speculate on applications for the stuff. We already knew about the edibles, but then the potables quickly grabbed the attention of the large corporations that sell sodas and booze. The chatter was that drinkable pot was going to disrupt the recreational beverage markets.The mainstream mega-caps quickly saw the threat, and they, too, are trying to turn it into an opportunity. For example Constellation Brands (NYSE:STZ) gave $4.5 billion to TLRY and Altria (NYSE:MO) invested similarly in ACB.These capital investment headlines are infectious among corporations and the retail investors. This reminds me of the bitcoin mania of 2017. Hopefully the cannabis sector has more runway than bitcoin. There are similarities, but cannabis has more buy-in from a much larger section of the population. Everyone knows what cannabis is but few can explain what's a crypto-coin.So fundamental metrics aside, you own this stock because you believe that the industry has tremendous growth ahead. The concept behind that is that cannabis companies will disrupt several industries, including the medical community, so the sky is the limit for now.That's why the traditional ways to measure valuation do not apply here. The best recent example of this is Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX). Investors gave it a pass on valuation for the longest time because of the global growth potential. So as long as it had the opportunity to expand into a massive market they didn't care about how expensive NFLX was.Even though management said that they will be EBITDA positive soon, ACB stock here is in an industry that has the same profitability pass. The potential market for cannabis seems endless, so it's only logical to expect that early movers like Aurora Cannabis will be huge beneficiaries and that it's only a matter of time.So I don't judge and I simply plug my nose and own it. They do have tremendous regulatory headwinds but those will also eventually be a huge part of the incremental opportunities.Technically, there are a few levels to note for the short term. The $8 area has been pivotal for almost two years. These tend to be support on the way down so from here the bulls should have solid footing to target new highs. And in fact, this week's selloff was hard and tested the support and $8 held on the button.Conversely, if the bears eventually manage to break below $8 they could invite momentum sellers to retest $6.80 where they next major level of support lies. This is not a forecast but a scenario unfolding. There are other micro levels but if the thesis is to own ACB stock for the long term then it's futile to waste time dissecting the micro time frames.Nicolas Chahine is the managing director of SellSpreads.com. As of this writing, he did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. You can follow him as @racernic on Twitter and Stocktwits. More From InvestorPlace * 4 Top American Penny Pot Stocks (Buy Before June 21) * 10 Retirement Stocks That Won't Wilt in a Bear Market * 5 Consumer Stocks Ready to Push Higher * 3 of the Best ETFs to Buy for a Play on Gold Stocks Compare Brokers The post For Aurora Stock, The Bullish Bet Is Still On appeared first on InvestorPlace.

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    Will Coca-Cola Deliver Better Results in 2019?

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  • Coca-Cola Stock Up after Morgan Stanley Ratings Upgrade
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