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What do you prefer? KO-Certificates or Options and why?

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Finding Institutions Average Buy Price

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Looking at wheeling F and KO

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Looking at F and KO

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Nopex Nov 22 2022 - Your calls r fuk

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$BTCY - An Industry Disrupter?

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Iron Condor Help

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2022-11-14 Wrinkle-brain Plays (Mathematically derived options plays)

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Warren Buffet now has 73% of his portfolio in 5 stocks?

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Trading SPY and FOMC Meeting

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How We Looking (1 Month Investor)

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Understanding Greeks

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Let’s Go KO!

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$KO 56c full port yolo for earnings

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Why is my $KO Call position not opened? I placed this position last night

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TO WATCH THIS WEEK

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Rookie questions

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We have it all wrong, it's not YOLO, it's YOYO!!

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Was anyone here trading during the dot-com bubble?

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How to DCA your portfolio?

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Bullish on KO. Even in a recession, people still need their soda.

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Cash Secured Puts on Investopedia Stock Simulator?

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Looking for critique on my blend of investments.

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Looking for Opinions on Defensive Stocks

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Dividend Consumer Staple Stock Comparison

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Molson Coors Beverage (NYSE:TAP), Coca-Cola (NYSE:KO), Constellation Brands (NYSE:STZ) – EXCLUSIVE: Anticipated Legalization A Catalyst For Consolidation: How Cannabis Companies Are Preparing

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Which stocks would you pick?

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The Smart Money Institutions bought the dip for dividend stocks. Have you?

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Enjoying a Coca-Cola after getting some KO stock. Any of you buy a product of the brand you invested in as soon as you invest in it?

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Risky stocks

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$CURV, shes a low steady gainer, let's show some BBW Love

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$CURV

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Looking for new stocks to research/add

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I'm holding BBBY, but i want to invest in new stocks

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Least volatile Stock in the US?

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Etrade concerns

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Is selling Poor Man’s Covered Calls on margin a terrible idea?

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New to Stocks, looking for long term investments

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Advice For a Young Investor

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Earnings Reports and News for 7/26:

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Earnings Beats by KO and MCD; KO raises full year outlook

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Biotech plays? Suggestions please.

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Biotech plays? Suggestions please.

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Biotech plays? Suggestions please.

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Does Warren Buffet Buy Penny Stocks?

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For all of us beautifull 🏳️‍🌈 🐻 and all of those confused young 🐂

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New gamblers need to know WSB is a casino, especially in this market

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$KO Coca-Cola stock: Bull Flag formation. Known as the World Class Recession-Proof stock of the century.

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Suggestions/Advice for my ROTH

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The case for shorting Coca Cola $KO with puts

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AAPL, AMZN, TSLA bubble is not good for the market. they need to decline more, and they are multi-trillion in market cap

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Traditional “Value” Stocks are arguably some of the most unsafe picks in a rising interest rate environment

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I Need Answers

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KO held since 1983

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Questions about investing in Berkshire Hathaway

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What are some "boring" US stocks that consistently deliver strong results and have a strong balance sheet?

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sell the stable gang to switch to schd?

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What’s everyone opinion on KO?

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Warren Buffett says these are the best stocks to own when inflation spikes — with consumer prices still surging, it's time to follow his lead - $CXV $AAPL $KO $AXP

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I'm no way a degenerate gambler!

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Too many people here are now bullish on oil -- you know what that means.

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Reddit will be one of the BEST IPO’s you will ever buy.

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When is value going to come down?

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It’s Payday time to make uneducated guesses on price movements

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What are your favorite stocks? (not necessarily the best!)

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If you had 1.4K to spend on stocks and options, how would you spend it ?

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would you say to hold the companies or cash out?

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swap single stock to indeces now?

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Does anyone know why KO Coke a Cola dropped so much today?

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KO and other value stocks are overvalued

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should I stay or should I go?

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Do dividend stocks always pay the same percentage during bad stock times?

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sell the winners buy the index?

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Selling Individual stocks at a gain and reinvesting in the S&P 500 right now?

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Veteran Investors, What Do You Expect?

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My stock portfolio is down 46% and still going. I’m holding on for dear life. Depression?

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Creating an option finding algorithm, looking for input

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My next moves.... $TSLA $KO.

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Wall Street Newsletter 2 : The "5 Questions" that every Wall Street guy is asking but no one is answering.

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my favorite market beating vehicles ytd

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Am considering taking KO private at $420. Funding secured.

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buy calls on KO

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buy calls on KO

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Elon joked about buying Coca-Cola but what if...

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KO calls at open 🚀

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COCO COLA KO is next buy! who else is buying puts and calls of current price ;-) lol

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Covered call but get assigned?

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FAANG is dead

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Should I start selling all those overpriced safety stocks such as KO, COST, PG, WM, and PEP in favor of growth stocks down 50-70% from ATH?

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Investors who move into cash, wait to time market, dont fight the Fed, etc. clearly don't know what active management is.

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Earnings for the Week of April 25, 2022

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Do I have any chances ?

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What are your favorite stocks for running the wheel strategy, while collecting a dividend?

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Is truly everybody retarded?

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how is KO doing so well?

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So many cheap stocks just getting crashed

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Want to make little changes, are there any undervalued stocks?

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What do you think of this portfolio?

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What do you think of this PORTFOLIO for long-term?

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Santa Rally coming and I’m in with KO, because Santa drinks Coca-Cola ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4270)🎅🏼

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I did the research so you won't have to. [Manager](https://www.glassdoor.co.in/Salary/Wendy-s-Restaurant-Manager-New-York-City-Salaries-EJI_IE728.0,7_KO8,26_IL.27,40_IM615.htm) @ Wendy's make about $43K - $46K in NYC You are welcome

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KO - so I can collect dividends, and not have to sell.

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Sold at 699 before speech. Bought calls on KO. Sitting good atm 😎 hbu?

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KO ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4258)![img](emote|t5_2th52|4270)

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Yes indeed. I had an initial Position in it, but sold out of it unfortunately. I have added DUK to my Port though. I do recommend P&G as well for a Hedge against this strange market for a long term Hold, SBux, KO, PEP etc

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Warren said KO is solid just like brands like PG. Name recognition and all that from now until oblivion

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i find selecting a KO easier than selecting an Option. with KO i would just check out resistance and supports and chose a KO that represents that but with options its expiry and price and spread-to-price-relation and whatnot. so for me its mostly: short term i would take a KO and if i want longer plays i chose an option.

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Gunna buy more KO the massive buyout

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$KO at $48 Sold at $65 Not sure if I should've held to collect dividends

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elon begging KO to go behind the wendy's with him

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elon trying to suck KO off now

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Sure, that's 2 companies out 30 and KO is like the lowest holding of all 30. Again, not saying those two aren't overvalued, but it's a stretch to get mad at whole random index over two companies.

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Like I mentioned, it depends on the ticker. When you have stocks like KO trading at a PE of 27 and stocks like META trading at a PE of 10 you have very different opportunities. It's not a time to buy broad market ETFs.

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consider me a noob, but, the time remaining is your x factor. if this ocurred on say, day 3 of a 30 dte, you have alot of theta, and therfore value left on the trade. Volatility is what doesn't work for a hypothetical like this. Are you doing KO or TSLA? The volatility of those 2 stocks are drastically different, so that value we cant really factor, but it would be a huge factor closer to 5 dte as the swings could be huge (which at this point you should probably close as you are up or down a decent bit, and it's gambling the rest of the timeframe). If I could factor a formula for what you ask, I probably wouldnt be here

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No, I'm not referring to indexes/etfs/mutual funds. I'm referring to stocks. Let's use KO, CGC, or ALE for examples. Random stocks in my brokerage. I feel good about all 3. But at what point do you sell? 3, 5, 7, more years of negative?

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No, I'm not referring to indexes/etfs/mutual funds. I'm referring to stocks. Let's use KO, CGC, or ALE for examples. Random stocks in my brokerage. I feel good about all 3. But at what point do you sell? 3, 5, 7, more years of negative?

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I would disagree to some extent. ETFs are good but they don't really teach an investor anything if new. Individual stocks in a company that someone knows (like a JNJ, KO, F, UHG, etc.) is good to start with. That way an individual can watch the individual stocks and see how this/that impacts performance and dividends, and all else. ETFs are a good place to park a good chunk while learning. I do both. YMMV.

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You’re not wrong - it’s normal for companies to be unprofitable when they start out. But once they become profitable, that is far far from the end of their stock price going up. Again, I’d refer you to major holdings of Berkshire like AAPL, KO, WMT, COST or other heavy hitters like AZO and PGR. If you put your Roth IRA in AZO over literally any timeframe, you’d be absolute crushing it, but at much less risk than SOFI. Think about it - would you rather give your money to a kid whose lemonade stand has a line around the block or one who just started up who claims to have a new incredible recipe? Sure, the second kid might be right, but the first kid has a proven record that money invested into his/her lemonade stand turns into more money. Want to make a small bet on the second kid (SOFI)? Go for it. If you’re right, the reward is great. But the risk is significantly higher.

Well, there's a lot of ways to determine the intrinsic value of a stock. The pe ratio, do they have enough money to cover their short term and long term liabilities, has their dividend increased at a stable rate for the past ten years. Also what their business model is, if they are an established brand or not etc.. Also there are plenty of stocks that pay good dividends to hold long-term like KO, MCD, BBY, HSY, HPQ and more. All of which are good sound businesses. By the way that liquidity argument is very dumb, is apple just going to liquidate out of the blue? is Costco? I don't think you're looking at stocks the right way

Certain stocks (KO, P&G, other consumer staples) will likely increase or at worst stay stagnant through higher inflationary periods.

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1. NVDA, down over 50% from its high and still has an insane premium on the stock. 2. COST, a retail giant that has also has an insane premium on the stock. 3. Same with WMT too. Their net income is the same as it was back in 2018 and has gone nowhere over a decade. Their last earnings was pretty trash too yet their stock ran for some reason. I don’t understand the premium for this company other then it provides stability. Once we see the economy get better and those fears go away I can easily see this stock falling. 4. Consumer staples like PEP, KO, JNJ, PG, etc. these stocks have been trading in the high 20s P/E range cause with fears of a recession people are plowing money into safety. I own PEP and JNJ and haven’t put money in them in awhile cause of their lofty valuation. I can’t wait for the day for these stocks to take a hit and add to my position. As of right now they do nothing but run and stock price and trade at a premium so right now I am continuing to hold and avoid.

Um…yeah dude. That’s not explicitly what I’m saying, but that’s also not wrong. Just look at anything Berkshire Hathaway owns (AAPL, KO, COST, WMT, etc) or one of my personal favorites, AZO. Buying low on one of these kinds of stocks is a great idea because they’re trending up all the time due to consistent profits and proven business models. Everyone wants to buy the all time low on some “future” stock so they can start a moon colony, but every neglects to remember that big/smart money controls the price of stocks, and if the price is in the toilet, perhaps it’s there for a reason.

*hides transaction history of buying KO because everything else was overpriced too*

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Enough with KO and AAPL. Even if you include these, BRK has 90% turnover. Can't you read or ignoring the obvious?

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He said his "favorite" holding period is forever. That doesn't mean every stock is necessarily a "forever" hold. If he thinks that capital is better allocated elsewhere he will sell. But his favorite stocks are the ones that end up like KO or AAPL, but those are few and far between.

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Diabetes ETF: PEP KO DNUT TWNK

Its not US big tech... Why doesn't KO trade with lucid?

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My point is the market cap remains the same, share price per share rises to reflect the same market cap on the smaller share count. Account book value and balance sheet wise, just swapping cash for equities. So how does that destroy market cap? So if market cap goes down, that theory suggest that’s if AAPL spends $100 to buy $KO stock, then market cap of AAPL must go down because they bought stock and spent cash. That’s obviously not true.

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Guys whats wrong with me?? After 6h of school i am so tired i cant focus on schoolwork at home I just want to sink into my bed and sleep for a while PLEASE give me advice??? Im really anxious because im falling behind as i cant focus on schoolwork Whats wrong with me? Why am i so KO when arriving home? How to fix? please help me

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His yield on cost for KO is 54%. He’s owned it for 34 years.

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>I'm not sure what you're trying to say with this statement, but I do know that Jiu Jitsu is a form of martial arts that emphasizes grappling and ground fighting. From what I can tell, it would be difficult to KO someone with one punch if they are trained in Jiu Jitsu.

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It greatly prevents serious acute infection and minimizes the chance of long covid in everyone. Anyone who thought this form of the vaccine was a silver bullet that completely stopped covid dead in its tracts was misinformed. Having mistrust for the vaccine is incredibly dumb though. The very notion of the vaccine is to teach your body to fight the real virus. It's like people in mma that train day in and day out to look good during fights. The vaccine is the equivalent of training leading up to a fight. An 8 week training camp per say. Could you get KO'D in a fight, of course. But you're much less likely if you have training. Anyone who says natrual immunity at full force is better when compared to getting a vaccine and then getting immunity through infection is simply brain dead. Vaccines are a staple in medicine for a reason. It's not some conspiracy, the whole scientific community around the world for decades has championed vaccines becauses the data shows it works at what it is suppose to do. Omicron was only mild because the vaccines are doing their job. Without the vaccines, omicron would have not been seen as more mild. Again, syudies have shown this.

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Give me two weeks to get into shape and another 2 weeks in Englewood Chicago! ​ Put me in the cage with that Volkonovski! I will submit him and then KO him! Mark my words! ​ Then I will fight the winner of Jon Jownz and Naganow

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at least loan sharking takes advantages of adults. his precious $KO put soda machines in grade schools around the world sigh lol

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Made a solid 5k shorting zoom, bought this Rolex https://imgur.com/a/m7p87KO Lost all the profits on a different position today though lol

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All in 63 KO puts for Friday. I'm probably dead.

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People will always bring up KO and or MCD, because they are overpriced, but use those two examples saying the whole market is expensive.

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It's kind of a multiple of factors. They are defensive names, so with fears of a possible recession, people like to hold them. Also, they have pricing power, so they work well in times of inflation. People are buying less for the dividended yield and just more for the safety of the company. Companies like MCD and KO are not going to bankrupt when interest rates go higher as well as they have pricing power. There is always going to be demand for equities as well. Even in the example of being risk free, KO is still up 5% for the YTD as well as up 11% for the one year mark, so that is still beating bond yields when you factor in the the return in the assest. Defensive names will be overvalued until either inflation comes down and the fear of recession goes away. In KO's last earning call: [https://www.fool.com/earnings/call-transcripts/2022/10/25/coca-cola-ko-q3-2022-earnings-call-transcript/](https://www.fool.com/earnings/call-transcripts/2022/10/25/coca-cola-ko-q3-2022-earnings-call-transcript/) >We are spinning our top line and bottom line flywheels faster to fortify our business and manage through many types of environments, and we're investing in the marketplace to create value for our customers and consumers. Given our strong results and the visibility we have for the rest of the year, we are raising guidance for the full year. There's not a ton of companies raising full year guidance in this climate.

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Buy KO, or not.. who cares

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KO since I started trading 7 years ago. Still have those 69 shares now.

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Yep, if U could just buy a dividend paying stock and park it for 30 years. That's the rub. And Coca-Cola was $40 at its IPO... **Coca-Cola IPO Lists on the NYSE** In 1919, a group of businessmen led by Ernest Woodruff purchased The Coca-Cola Company from Candler for $25 million. Later that year, Coca-Cola made its initial public offering (IPO) on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), for $40 per share. As of the 2016 annual report, Coca-Cola shares have risen so that the company’s market capitalization is roughly $180 billion, and has had 53 consecutive dividend increases. At the end of 2015, **one share of KO stock** purchased in 1919 (with dividends reinvested and stock splits) would have been worth **$12,748,802** ($12.7 million), an annual growth rate of 14.11%.

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What can I improved about my portfolio? AAPL 40% VUAA 30% GOOG 4% AMZN 4% MSFT 4% TSM 3% BRK.B 3% KO 3% IITU 3% AMD 2% INTC 2% NVDA 2%

F and KO are great choices, in my opinion. You collect the 3-4% dividends annually while holding the stock and selling the covered calls. These are stable companies with stable stock prices, so they are great to hold long term. Morningstar considers KO as fairly priced at 58 and I think it last closed at about 62, so you might want to consider that when you sell puts for it.

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Cramer.... The type of guy to go inside the women's restroom on the CNBC floor and sniff KO off the toilet seat

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Thanks for your feedback! As i would try to buy KO via put option at lower price anyway (around 55) this wouldn't be too bad of a situation

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I would say both of them are around fair price, maybe slightly higher. Cyclical companies like F, that kinda trade flat if you look historically, PE ratio is not very meaningful, but rather price is, and it's not particularly low. KO is a solid one for long term holding, you can wait for the next drop, right now it's rising.

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Coke (KO) holder and Pepsi (PEP) too.

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I'm only bearish on KO because I want it go back to the low $50s so I can get back in. Sold @ $65.

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Can an Octagon see a Triangle or a Circle? I only fight in squares! $KO Bullish.

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KO at mid 50s sounds good to me. F at 10-11 too. What levels are you waiting for and why?

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KO is pretty constant, but F is very cyclical. They've halted their dividend a good number of times over the decades. I wouldn't buy until they're under $8, and that may be in the horizon as the Fed cools the economy/inflation. One upside is they are still controlled by the Ford Family, so the last thing the family wants is for them to go bankrupt.

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https://www.glassdoor.com/Salary/BNSF-Railway-Railroad-Engineer-Chicago-Salaries-EJI_IE18514.0,12_KO13,30_IL.31,38_IM167.htm $87-130k a year

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I was interested in KO in the mid 50’s and F at 11. I didn’t do it. But I was right. I’m not interested in KO at 62 or F at 14. I like the dividend of both but I will wait for a better entry. I missed the boat. I’m not going to chase the boat.

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I think if you are going to trade options, you should look at more than the PE! F can go higher and it could also go lower. yes, KO reported well and normally should do well on recession fears. Are you going to do a short term play to long term play? Are you playing off recession fears or jump on board for a Bill run?

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P/E ratios across industries should never be compared. It's worthless. Some food companies that are consistent with revenues, increase dividends and buyback shares have higher P/E's than the market average, it doesn't necessarily mean they are overvalued. Hershey's and HRL are two other stocks that are like that. That said as far as wheeling goes I don't think you can go wrong on KO. Won't make you rich but should be somewhat consistent.

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I think F is ok. They got a lot of debt and 2023 might be rough but a LOT of people like their vehicles. Should be profitable for a long time to come. I wouldn't buy it. I'm not looking for ok stocks. I also wouldn't buy KO for ethical reasons.

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They are both have relatively rallied pretty well. Their IV/IVR is also low, as with most besides some tech. You're not getting paid well for the risk to buy at the potential tip of the short-term rally. The problem with these stocks, KO specifically, they don't pay you shit for OTM farther than 25 delta. If there is news to take down the market, chances you can't continue to sell CC

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Isn't that usually the case with value stocks like KO? I would also think that premiums are not THAT important for the wheel, as your mail goal is to get assigned and keep the stock long term and sell cc's along the way or get assigned on your call at a higher price than your net buy?

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Today's shopping list: 10 RTX 10 KO 25 MOS 10 OXY 10 AMD 100 RIG

Dividend Growth Stocks $V Visa 💳 $AAPL Apple📱 $HD Home Depot👷🏻‍♂️ $WM Waste Management♻️ $JPM JP Morgan 🏦 $MSFT Microsoft 💻 $COST Costco 🛒 $KO Coca-Cola🥤 $MCD McDonalds 🍔 $JNJ Johnson & Johnson💊 $PG Proctor & Gamble 🧼 $SBUX Starbucks ☕️ How many do you own?

Any thoughts on KO coca Cola company maybe rising about 6% as they're one of the biggest American sponsors for the world cup?

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PEP and KO with higher forward pe than AAPL 🤡 *Value* 🤡

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I wonder if Walmart/Amazon/Costco could ever come up with a cola that taste close enough that KO would be scared.

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$KO I honestly can't imagine a world where people aren't consuming coca cola and it's other soft drinks.

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KO, MCdonalds, JPM

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You just made no points at all. His top investments: Apple, Inc. ( AAPL) Bank of America (BAC) American Express (AXP) Chevron (CVX) Coca-Cola (KO) Kraft Heinz (KHC) Occidental Petroleum (OXY) US Bancorp (USB)

1.NEE for energy 2.BNS for finance 3.SBUX for consumer goods 4. WM for industrial 5. KO for consumer goods as well I feel all of these have long runways ahead of them.

Don’t know if it’s any good (noob here) but Im going with: 1. KO (coca cola) 2. APPL 3 Berksh B 4. AT&T 5. Pepsi

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AEP will be a lifetime hold for me and so will KO

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Where should i target an entry in KO?

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Can you buy KO calls on the Somaliland exchange on RH? Asking for a friend...

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LOL I have some KO in my slow burner hold for ten years account

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dividends are (typically) paid to shareholders directly out of cash reserves. So if a company pays $500m in dividends to shareholders, that's $500m that would otherwise be a part of the intrinsic value of the company. Dividends also are typically taxed as ordinary income, whereas any gains on shares held more than a year are taxed as long-term capital gains at a lower rate, so that's something to consider. I don't like recommending stocks, but here are some dividend-paying companies you've heard of that might be a good way to get your feet wet: $XOM $KO $MMM $CAT $CLX $IBM $JNJ $MCD $TGT $WMT Remember, just because a company has a high dividend yield doesn't mean it's a good investment. Stock price declines can outpace dividend payouts so you need to make sure the business is solid.

$KO strong af

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KO -- Coca Cola owns Fanta. Indians *looooove Fanta.*![img](emote|t5_2th52|4271)

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>KO will trade at about a 30 p/e regardless of limited growth potential because of stability. Nvidia operating earnings are down 77% YoY. That doesn't deserve the stability of a Coca Cola.

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KO and MCD. Also, if you don’t mind tobacco, MO, BTI and PM. They will go out of business after your grandchildren’s grandchildren have their own grandchildren

Month to month maybe, Long term? (over a year) your nuts to think this is a valve trap over time. This stock got destroyed over the last year and will be around for years to come. Cyclical cycle will move it higher over time. Anybody who’s anybody can come up w KO, PG and CVX

Mentions:#KO#PG#CVX

I mean 3 solid companies are good that are probably never gonna go away such as KO, PEP, and maybe idk MSFT, JPM, O, it's really up to you. I personally have like 12 at the moment, maybe I'll add more maybe I'll subtract in the future. Depends on what your interest are and your views on the company I guess.

People were/are soaking up companies with far worse ratios like Amazon. KO will trade at about a 30 p/e regardless of limited growth potential. Nvidia has the revenue and cash to be a long term player. If I had the capital, I'd be happily selling cash secured puts and averaging down, maybe shopping slightly ITM if the premium justifies it.

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If I buy enough KO (empty my wallet any time it's below 59$) then one day ill influence the board to send me free Coca-Cola (the best soda ever) 🥰 And ill get to meet Warren buffet! Fr though that nearly 3% yield is swag

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McDonald's (MCD) Coke or Pepsi (KO/PEP) Wal-Mart (WMT) Those are some heavy counter-cyclical consumer stocks.

Just bring out this fucker already and either KO this market or send it flying. This slow bleeding into the speech is annoying AF

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Yea most of the trading is done by algos and the top 10% own something like 90% of stocks. So you get situations like WM, PEP, KO near all time highs not because of valuation but because big money can hide out in them.

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KO, PEP, Tesla, Ford, Exxon Mobil, Chevron

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