PepsiCo, one of the world's most valuable brands, has received endorsements from A lists such as Steve Carell, Cardi B, Beyoncé and Madonna. It also sponsors the Super Bowl mid-term show for this year's big game on February 3rd.
And if you invested $ 1,000 in the company 10 years ago you probably want to smile now if you don't sing and dance: According to CNBC calculations, a $ 1000 investment in PepsiCo in 2009 worth more than $ 2,600 as of February 1, 2019. Although the company's stock price has been largely stable over the years, some stocks may over- or underperform and past returns do not predict future results
Ivan Feinseth of the finance company Tigress Financial Partners sees a major problem against Pepsi and the traditional shower market in general: "The biggest problem that Pepsi" and similar firms face, he said on CNBC's "Squawk Box", "is that no growth in carbonated soda. "
The company must be creative, he said, and continue to develop or acquire other options: sparks, flavored seltzers, flavored teas, sports drinks, recycling drinks. This is where growth is in the niche beverage markets. . "
However, PepsiCo offers products in addition to soft drinks, and has recently made new acquisitions to diversify its product portfolio, as well as for home-based carbonated drink makers SodaStream.
CNBC: PepsiCo stock as of February 2, 2019
Other investors suggest that concerns about tougher years ahead may Make the company a good buy. Mad Money host Jim Cramer said at the beginning of January that investors should choose stocks such as Coca-Cola and Pepsi-Co that can do well even during a potential recession or in the event of a market crash.
"You buy the shares of companies that are doing well in a recession – although I don't think we are entering one – it is also boosted by lower raw costs," Cramer said. He especially emphasized both CocaCola and PepsiCo: "They are the security stocks. That's what is worth owning."
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