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PepsiCo, Inc. (PEP)
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Tech stocks, crypto are overly expensive right now and inflation is a concern in this environment which makes it unappealing to hold cash. Consistent value plays like Pepsi are the way to go in these times.
PepsiCo products are enjoyed by consumers more than one billion times a day in more than 200 countries and territories around the world. PepsiCo generated more than $67 billion in net revenue in 2019, driven by a complementary food and beverage portfolio that includes Frito-Lay, Gatorade, Pepsi-Cola, Quaker and Tropicana. PepsiCo's product portfolio includes a wide range of enjoyable foods and beverages, including 23 brands that generate more than $1 billion each in estimated annual retail sales
UBS upgrades PepsiCo to a Buy rating from Neutral after a review of the company's Q1 earnings report. The price target on PepsiCo is boosted to $165 from $145.
I'm another soda drinker no longer buying Coke - switched to Pepsi for the long term!!
I think I'll add a few shares if $140. That would be >3% fwd div yield with div hike next Q..works for me..
PEP seems to be a good investment especially in the long run. Here’s hoping I’m right!
I bought PEP when the sky was falling earlier this year at $128.52. Great BS and divy. Disappointing action last few days I will discard. This is a great long term play.
More and more, people are becoming more health conscious and Pepsi should align with the times instead of pushing their sugar water beverages. The company as a whole has suffered setbacks in profit due to overpaid salaried workers who are unproductive and should have been replaced.
What a gift this thing was under $130... Flat on some pretty solid earnings too today, possibly priced in already I guess? Bring on the 1.075 divy next quarter, I'll add it to some more shares... Long term hold for me.
After coke agreed with msnbc host about George’s election rules . I stoped buying coke . I just bought Pepsi to go with my rum . F coke
This company will never crash, their growth will be slow and steady
Last two value plays I picked, $PEP & $VZ, paid out plentiful. $VIAC & $VIACA ($46 avg) are next. Hard times finding value in this market so get it when you can.
Getting no respect as usual. All they do is beat quarter after quarter
Welcome sellers of Coca Cola!!
What happened to cash flow? Why is it negative. I’m still bullish on the stock
Target Raised by Deutsche Bank Hold USD 145 » USD 147
Target Raised by Morgan Stanley Overweight USD 158 » USD 165
Maintains Credit Suisse Outperform USD 144 » USD 155
What date do we get the 1.21 paid
Frontline tomorrow night: "Plastic Wars"
If you haven't seen this yet, after you view it you'll have a very different take on "recycling".
I was lucky to grab 18 shares under $130, sitting on average of $134 on 103 shares. Hoping to add 35-50 if this ever dips so I can drip for 15-20 years... Slow and steady, and this will be a nice little down payment on a place in Arizona for 6 months out of the year :)
Did anyone else see the following at the end of today's trading session:
(1) a massive, sudden last second spike in PEP's share price right before the closing bell, and
(2) an enormous 8.2 million share BUY of PEP shares crossing the tape valued at 1.1 billion (also right before the closing bell), and
(3) a 3x the average volume of PEP shares traded on the day (2nd largest volume day in the past year)
Anyone else thinking that next week might get interesting?
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