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E PepsiCo: Recession-Proof Dividend Aristocrat
Article By: SureDividend
Thursday, October 17, 2019 1:26 PM EST
PepsiCo is a Dividend Aristocrat with a nearly 3% yield. Its strong brands and consistent cash flow should continue to provide dividends even during a recession.
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PepsiCo Dividend: Why This Dividend Aristocrat Is Built For A Recession
Article By: SureDividend
Monday, October 14, 2019 5:36 PM EST
PepsiCo has a sustainable dividend, regardless of the state of the economy. And, it has multiple catalysts for future growth, meaning it should continue to raise its dividend each year.
In this article: PEP Also: HRL, SPY
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Analysts React To PepsiCo's Q3 Beat
Article By: Benzinga
Friday, October 4, 2019 4:54 PM EST
PepsiCo, Inc. shares moved higher after reporting a third-quarter earnings and sales beat on Thursday morning.
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Dividend Stock Spotlight: Cola Wars With PepsiCo And Coca-Cola
Article By: Bespoke Investment Group
Thursday, October 3, 2019 11:03 PM EST
Like the broader industry group, Coca-Cola possesses a higher yield than that of PEP, but only slightly so at 2.97%.
In this article: KO, PEP
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A Bottom For Stocks May Be Closer Than You Think
Article By: Michael J. Kramer
Thursday, October 3, 2019 9:09 AM EST
The good news is that for now, the futures are holding the uptrend for the S&P 500. The bad news is that the futures need to stay above 2814 to avoid a potential double top pattern. One day at a time.
In this article: MU, SPY, VIX, AMD, MSFT, PEP, AAPL
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Barry Hochhauser 8/21/2018 6:37:28 PM

I have my eyes on $PEP. Especially with their acquisition of $SODA. A smart move as healthier drink options are becoming increasingly more important.

Does Pepsi Still Have its Fizz?
Howie Sandberg 7/6/2016 11:00:57 PM

$KO and $PEP will need to continue to diversify as consumers realize just how unhealthy soda is. And talk of a #SodaTax won't help their sales either.

McDonald's Downgraded As U.S. Restaurant Trends Seen Slowing
Alexa Graham 6/23/2016 1:45:02 AM

I hear there will be a soda sales tax soon. That will hurt $KO, $PEP and the other soda companies. I wonder if it will apply to SodaStream ($SODA). Regardless, it shouldn't affect restaurants though - they charge just as much for water!

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