How to Buy Stock in Splenda

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The majority owner of Splenda is Johnson & Johnson, so buying stock in Splenda means buying stock in Johnson & Johnson, which is a very large drug and product company. Invest in a consistent growth business with help from a personal asset manager in this free video on investing in the stock market and money management.

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Hi. I'm Roger Groh with Groh Asset Management. What did you put on your cereal this morning? Did you use sugar, or did you use Splenda? More and more people, in order to keep down their calorie count and using artificial sweeteners. Of which, Splenda is one. Now the question for today is, if it's so good and so many more people are using it each day, how can you as an investor participate in that growth. Well, the majority owner of Splenda is Johnson and Johnson. The very large drug and product company. If you can go to JNJ.com, you can pull up their website and look at all of the products that they make. You might be surprised. If you own J and J, Splenda's going to be a little teeny, tiny part. It's not going to make a big difference at all, in the overall portfolio. But nonetheless, it is a wonderful, very stable way, to invest in a consistent growth business. J and J makes products that you use every day. Go in there and take a look. That's how you can get your Splenda every day. I'm Roger Groh.

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