How to Invest in Coca-Cola Stocks

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Investing in Coca-Cola stocks can be done in any country, as Coca-Cola has bottling companies all around the world, and the company continues to grow over the years. Invest in one of the biggest global brands ever created with information from a portfolio manager in this free video on investing.

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Have you ever been to Brazil or Russia or China or England, or even your neighborhood shopping center? Well, the one thing that they all have in common is: you can buy Coca Cola there! It's maybe the biggest global brand ever created. We all know Coke. Historically, Coca Cola has done a great job of franchising the right to bottle Coca Cola in different countries. As a result, today, by my count, you can buy Coke in twelve different companies. What you get is a great brand, great management, but significant difference in prices. So, as we as an investor, start to think about Coke, we think "oh, great company, great brand, long term growth, all of the things you'll like to see, and then we look for pricing on top of that. So, today, we're, what's interesting, well we think buying Coca Cola in Mexico is very interesting. We think buying Coca Cola in Australia is very interesting, as an example, and even in Japan. Sounds funny, but a great place to be an investor. Where we'd like to go? Well certainly China, but that's a hard thing to do today and a result, we're shut out from investing in Chinese Coca Cola bottlers. Maybe in the future. Great brand, grat management, we know that man will be there, they've done it for a hundred years. They're going to do even more over the next hundred. I'm Roger Groh. That's a little bit about investing in Coca Cola. One other note, though. You should carefully consult with your stock, or trusted stock broker about any investments that you make, much less investments that you make outside thee United States. There's a lot more to it than just share price. I'm Roger Groh and thank you for spending a few minutes with me.


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