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The High Dividend Yield Vanguard ETF (NYSEARCA: VYM ) has surged by more than 6% month-over-month, suggesting that dividend stocks are regaining traction. Intuitively speaking, the resurgence does make sense as a pending interest rate pivot may initiate more confidence among dividend investors.
Recently, Zacks.com users have been paying close attention to Coke (KO). This makes it worthwhile to examine what the stock has in store.
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The Coca-Cola Company's shares have lagged the S&P 500 since my initial sell ratings. The company has, however, increased its earnings power, return on invested capital and return on equity. An updated analysis of the company and its economics in addition to two valuation frameworks are provided.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway owns an impressive 9% of Coca-Cola. The beverage giant has paid and increased its dividend for 61 consecutive years.
Coke's stock is down despite solid growth in 2023. Nike faces a tough selling environment, yet inventory is in good shape.
With about a month before Jolly Old St. Nicholas starts dropping his goodies down chimneys around the world, it's time to strategize with stocks to buy for Christmas. No, it's not just about the so-called Santa Claus rally, though this seasonal phenomenon can certainly help.
Amazon's increasing cash flow is a good sign for the year ahead. Visa continues to grow at a steady pace, regardless of economic conditions.
Coca-Cola just raised its 2023 guidance again, signaling greater confidence in its growth prospects. The market is overlooking McDonald's impressive revenue and profit growth.