|Day Low/High||51.37 / 52.15|
|52 Wk Low/High||44.25 / 52.47|
In a world where millennials are not often reaching for carbonated beverages, Coke has figured out a way to stay relevant and still beat earnings expectations. Watch!
First quarter earnings season is off to a strong start, led by upbeat reports from several big-name companies.
Did you miss Alphabet's earnings report? These are the headlines you must know Tuesday morning.
Here are some recent trading and investment moves: * I have added to my short and I initiated an Alphabet trading short rental last week. * In retail I remain net short but I reestablished my and (acting suspiciously well in the last few days) long...
I remain short a medium sized position in Coca Cola (built up on strength earlier in the year). Many sensed a positive technical turn when the shares moved to $48 in late January. That turned out to be a false tell.
"I'm afraid there's no denyin' I'm just a dandy-lion A fate I don't deserve I'm sure I could show my prowess Be a lion, not a mouse If I only had the nerve." - The Cowardly Lion (Wizard of Oz) This morning P&G reported very weak organic growth for...
New MLB season, same old theme: the balls are leaving the ballpark at a torrid pace. Angels star Mike Trout explains to TheStreet why everyone is going yard.
Thanks to the stock market correction many world-class stocks are back down to attractive levels.
These blue-chip names have a long history of reliably paying -- and raising -- their dividends.
Yesterday I observed: A Late Day Observation Apr 3, 2018 ' 2:34 PM EDT Please watch the continued rotation into consumer non-durables and defensive securities - this could be important as we look at a changing market leadership and its possible (adv...
It's hard to watch the market fall. But knowing you're still getting paid while it happens can make it much more palpable. That's why you need to have some dividend-producing stocks in your portfolio. Watch our video to find out why!
Berkshire's cash hoard has grown to an astounding $116 billion.
Kraft Heinz CEO Bernardo Hees is not afraid to do a big deal to boost the company's prospects. Here's what Hees told TheStreet.
"In economics, a monopsony (from Ancient Greek µ¿¿¿¿ (mónos) "single" + ¿¿¿¿¿a (opsonía) "purchase") is a market structure in which only one buyer interacts with many would-be sellers of a particular product. In microeconomic theory of monopsony, a ...
The markets broke out of my 2725-2750 (S&P) price target on Friday. The apparent reason for the impressive Friday ramp (on the ninth anniversary of The Generational Bottom) was the reaction to a much better than expected jobs number coupled with sti...
Oprah's involvement with the company has sparked a stock turnaround.
Broadly speaking (not all inclusive!) my portfolio looks like this: * Short Large Spyders ( ) * Short Large Bonds ( ) * Long Large Gold ( ) * Long Large Pot ( ) - Speculative! * Short Retail ( , , ) * Long Large Selected Individual Equities ( , , ) ...
In a month of turmoil, these names have held up well.
The longer KO stays below $45.50-$46.00 the more that the longs above that area are going to feel uncomfortable.
Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey tells TheStreet he is optimistic on the company's five-year outlook.
When Warren Buffett is your most important shareholder, it's key to keep your ears opened when he talks. Here's what Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey has learned from the master.
New Dine Brands Global CEO Steve Joyce is game on looking for the next big deal for his company.
Coca-Cola is staying on the lookout for deals. Just don't expect any massive ones just yet, explains Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey.
Coca-Cola surprised Wall Street with its fourth quarter results and outlook. TheStreet talked with Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey about the quarter and year ahead.
Even amid Coca-Cola's 6% organic revenue growth in its most recent quarter, TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer prefers PepsiCo's stock.
Stock markets are soaring again. Coca-Cola earnings results crushed it. What a week on Wall Street.
It isn't the weekend yet. Here's what you need to know with stock futures on the rise.