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The Coca-Cola Company (KO)

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  • A
    Andrew
    1 year projected price is $62.

    5 year projected price is $81.

    I realize that projections don't always mean much but it's a good indicator for future expectations.

    Slow and steady is how KO operates in the market. This gives you a great opportunity to accumulate a strong position over time.

    The dividend is fantastic. I will be purchasing 30 shares soon at low to mid $50's.
  • K
    Karel
    Is 60 possible at the end of year ?:)
  • J
    JOHNNY
    No price spikes before Divy pay date please...Then let it run like a wild mustang
  • V
    Voice of Reason
    Dow Jones up. KO down. I wonder if CEO Quincey is aware of that.
  • J
    Jack
    KO and MCD are good buy and hold stocks
  • D
    Diego
    When does Ko pay the dividend? And how much is it for each stock please someone ?
  • H
    Howard
    ( One of Buffett's most famous investments now pays Berkshire a 50% annual dividend yield on Buffett's initial investment. Not only that, but it's in one of the safest stocks around. Over the course of 1988 and 1989, Buffett took an enormous position in Coca-Cola (NYSE:KO). Due to its rapid gains over the course of 1989, the stock quickly became Berkshire's largest holding by the end of that year . Based on today's dividend, Berkshire will receive $672 million in Coca-Cola dividends for its 400 million shares. This is against Berkshire's overall cost basis of $1,299 million, good for a yield of 51.7%.

    Oh, and the story should get even better this March, when Coca-Cola typically raises its payout -- something it's done for the past 59 straight years, making it not just a Dividend Aristocrat but a Dividend King. ) This time next year, KO will be at 63.00 a share !!!!!! I based that opinion on what Berkshire Hathaway, Inc , Vanguard Group, Inc , Blackrock Inc. , State Street Corporation , Wellington Management Group, LLP , JP Morgan Chase & Company , Morgan Stanley , 3,168 of Institutions Holding Shares , and 27 brokerage firms rating Coca Cola as a buy , are saying . What are the Coca Cola boycotters basing their opinion on ??????
  • V
    Voice of Reason
    Going below $54? I wonder if CEO Quincey is aware of that. Or if he's busy with his political agenda today.
  • M
    Mark
    My local Safeway finally got a shipment of the new Coke Zero. And I must say it is in fact noticeably better than the old Coke Zero. I actually like it as much as Coke Classic. I'm impressed.
  • A
    Antonio
    I'll keep coke until I retire
  • J
    JOHNNY
    Overall KO held up nicely today
  • B
    Ben
    Putting aside all the funny chatter, thoughts why is the price struggling to move up....we all know the reopen is in full forward motion, could it be the supply chain sympathy trading? Thoughts please. Thanks.
  • D
    Dan
    Just rename this company to "Sears", already. My take is that this company suffers a long, slow, and painful demise; perhaps over the next 10 years or so. The younger generations view their products as poison - literally. Older generations are out since offended by the woke CEO who has been flailing by spending millions on more than 200 experimental product lines, all of which have failed. If you think an old brand like this is unsinkable, you might want to ask some of the die hard JCPenny investors. There were lots of those too.
  • T
    TangerineTruck2000
    Warren Buffet loves KO. Remember that. Long $KO#$%$
  • H
    Howard
    This time next year, KO will be at 63.00 a share
  • M
    Mike
    The boycott really hasn’t figured into earnings yet. Sell
  • M
    Mark
    it is so hard to stay supportive of this stock. I have held it for a long time but sometimes I question why I remain so loyal to it.
  • H
    Howard
    Nice move on Coca Cola stock today , no wonder Warren Buffett list of 10 Best Stocks to Buy has Coca Cola at number 4 best stock to buy , and one of the top ten popular stocks that hedge funds are buying , that alone tells you shares of Coca Cola are under continual accumulation. Oh and just got back from shopping at the HEB supermarket , no Coca Cola products are selling at half price .
  • b
    best
    Consider:
    Just think about how much greater this company could be without a ceo imposing his own politics on it? No CEO of ANY company should put his personal politics over what’s best for the company! Risking any portion of the companies’ customer base for selfish political reasons, is tantamount to preventing the company & its stock from reaching its full potential! That imho should be subject to a class action lawsuit!
    Not just Coke, but Delta, Norwegian Cruise lines, etc!
  • J
    JOHNNY
    I love this company ! I took a sizeable position in this stock last November and it has done very well :)