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PepsiCo, Inc. (PEP)
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Pep used to be a great company to own. What happened? Two factors:
1. The eliminated the buy back program. No buy back in 2021
2. Yields are moving higher making them more competitive against bond type stocks like PEP.
Overall, it is extremely disappointing that Mgmt eliminated the buy back when we needed most.
Perhaps Pepsi has a better use for those funds than buying back stock. Case in point.....acquisition of accretive business or bigger dividend raise. Either way, I am willing to allow the C Suite of Pepsi Cola Company to be the decider of where to allocate investment/profits. Ask Warren what his opinion of buybacks is....and the only time he really thinks it's a good idea. Being a good steward of capital and having a responsible approach to asset allocation are two reasons I have owned PEP for over 12 years and will own it for at least another 12 years. BTW.....my yield on cost is over 10% One more item....you buy companies when they go on sale not when they it new highs. Being patient is far more lucrative than whining about a decline in price. Are you aware that PEP has raised its dividend for 48 straight years. That's good enough for me.
Do I win the title on this board for the highest buy-in price of PEP with an average of 136?
How do you know if you qualified for the dividend, I bought in yesterday..did I 'qualify'??
If the bear continues to rampage, fund managers will abandon pop stocks and run for safety for wealth preservation. Pepsi may not have the growth of an invisible coin, but as restaurants, theaters and parks reopen and need drinks to serve their customers, they KNOW who they can count on.
Collect dividend pass and go and go directly to boardwalk
Lol I always think stock go up before ex dividend day and slide down after
And Pepsi is now 2,5% up
Bought for nice dividends
Selling gonna be tight next week as ex dividend is Wednesday. Also shorting and selling should subside as shorts will have to pay longs dividends if they hold on to the stock lollllll
PEP's a good buy here.
It will be a great buy if they take healthy drinks seriously.
I added some but for trading only.
Hard to pass up this drop right before the exdiv date.
I just have THIS insight on PEP. Recreational marijuana is being legalized in state after state and we sell Cheetos!
Since Dec 31st, PEP's chart looks like a downhill ski slope, and appears to underperform on both red and green days. It has been a 20 point plunge over the past 2 months from the mid 148's to dipping into the 128's on Friday and closing just barely above 129. Is this just an issue of a sector rotation away from PEP's industry? If so, how does one account for the fact that KO has a much stronger looking chart during this same period of time?
Day before ex-div date and this is down? Sure, why not grab some shares. Keep in mind, this was in the $140's before the crash last March.
more revenue and similar earnings with good history growth than KO. it sells snacks and drinks while ko is making most of their money with drinks. it has around 50b lower valuation. this should be valued more
We can always count on PepsiCo. Fantastic numbers in this economic environment.
"The Company today announced a 5 percent increase in its annualized dividend to $4.30 per share from
$4.09 per share, effective with the dividend expected to be paid in June 2021. This represents the
Company’s 49th consecutive annual dividend per share increase."
HI, IF I BUY PEPSI TODAY WILL I STILL BE GETTING DIVIDENDS? I ALREADY HAVE 550 NOW ADDING WOULD HLEP OR NOT? THANK YOU
Did this drop because of the dividend tomorrow ? Market is so manipulated.
Your out of Coca-Cola? Will Pepsi be alright?
We need an incremental buy back in the worst possible way. At $131.60 with the market up 300..... I thought the stock was cheap below $134 but it just keeps going down. What is going to change the trajectory? Down $18 since the top. Great dividend and balance sheet. When are we starting buy backs in force?
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