Coca-Cola: Limited Upside Potential With Healthy Dividends
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Coca-Cola (KO) owns four of the top five soft-drink brands, namely, Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Fanta and Sprite. Aside from soft drinks, the company also sells some other brands including Dasani water, Minute Maid and POWERade. Coca-Cola sells Group Danone's Evian in North America as well as selling brands from Dr Pepper Snapple Group in Australia, Europe and North America. The company also makes or licenses more than 500 drink products in more than 200 nations. Coca-Cola is a mature company, and it pays a substantial amount of cash flows in dividends. However, the stock price of the company has not shown much growth recently. Nonetheless, Coca-Cola remains an attractive investment for income investors. READ FULL ARTICLE HERE