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With a proprietary formula it touts as clinically proven to help burn calories and body fat, Celsius (NASDAQ: CELH) is taking the energy drink market by storm. Perhaps unsurprisingly, Celsius' stock price is near all-time highs. Functional drinks that promise to boost physical and cognitive abilities are in particularly high demand.
The result of consolidation in the food market.
Here is how Celsius Holdings Inc. (CELH) and PepsiCo (PEP) have performed compared to their sector so far this year.
Since it isn't possible to know the timing of the start of any bull market, the trick is to own stocks that can deliver strong returns through a wide range of economic environments. Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO) has secured a spot near the top of that list of stable winners. The beverage giant for decades has been winning market share in a massive global industry.
Investors like dividend stocks because they deliver cash flow that can be accepted as immediate income today, or that can be reinvested to amplify long-term returns. The hard part is finding a dividend stock that's got much more going for it than just its yield. PepsiCo has a well-established business in a mature market, but it is still growing sales at a double-digit rate.
Up more than a 1000-fold since the turn of the millennium, Monster Beverage -- maker of popular energy drinks -- is a stock few are likely to mention. With a strong brand following, growing opportunity, and fantastic margins, it has consistently grown its revenue and profits for the last 20-plus years and currently dominates the energy drink market. The company is called Celsius Holdings (NASDAQ: CELH), maker of Celsius energy drinks, whose stock is up a whopping 30-fold in the past five years.
Buying great businesses is a sound investing strategy, but price does matter, and these three may be worth waiting on.
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Value stocks have outperformed growth since the start of 2022, and that trend might continue if a recession is on its way. PepsiCo (NASDAQ: PEP) is a global powerhouse in the beverage and snack markets. Pepsi might have a reputation for playing second fiddle to its rival Coca-Cola, but PepsiCo is a larger operation than just its namesake brand.
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Lower input costs and inventories, as well as extended price hikes are pushing a quicker-than-expected recovery in margins at U.S. consumer-facing firms including PepsiCo, Kraft Heinz, and Target, their recent earnings reports indicated. Investors have zeroed in on gross margins, that faltered in the past several quarters, as high inflation and interest rates persist. Margins now seem brighter for these retailers and consumer-goods makers, who in the past few weeks sounded more optimistic about the metric than they did last quarter.
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In the latest trading session, PepsiCo (PEP) closed at $192.06, marking a -0.71% move from the previous day.
Based on the average brokerage recommendation (ABR), PepsiCo (PEP) should be added to one's portfolio. Wall Street analysts' overly optimistic recommendations cast doubt on the effectiveness of this highly sought-after metric. So, is the stock worth buying?
Shares of energy-drink maker Celsius Holdings (NASDAQ: CELH) are spiking nearly 30% this week, according to data provided by S&P Global Market Intelligence. The results seem to verify that a distribution partnership with PepsiCo, which was announced last year, is paying dividends. CEO John Fieldly said the United States is the key growth driver for the company, noting that Celsius is now the "established #3 Energy Drink Brand in the category."
Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO) stock is still in growth mode, even compared to big demand spikes in 2022. The beverage giant is setting new earnings records, too, with help from rising prices and successful product launches in niches like still waters and energy drinks. Let's look at a few standout reasons why Coke stock is an attractive buy right now.