Monday, February 1, 2016

Better off investing your money on your Favorite drink - Starbuck & Dr Pepper

Since the beginning of 2016, we have experience the global selldown in the stock market. Most of the stocks are down by at least 10% over the one month, some even more.

This is the time to check which are the stock that is resilience of such crisis. We realized there are 2 stock pretty interesting to know

Starbuck are among stocks that would hold up well if the U.S. economy goes into recession, a Goldman Sachs report said. After the sell down in January, we notice that Starbuck is still strong, did not drop when everyone is falling. Now when market is turning around we see that Starbuck start moving up again.

Dr Pepper Snapple profit jumps, raises outlook Published: Oct 22, 2015 - Market watch

Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc. posted 7.4% earnings growth in its latest quarter, as growing volumes in noncarbonated beverages continued to power results.
Following the better-than-expected results, the company lifted its full-year guidance. Dr Pepper now sees $3.92 to $3.98 in per-share profit, up from an earlier forecast of $3.85 to $3.93.
The Plano, Texas, beverage company has logged growth in soda volume recently, while rivals have been crimped as increasingly health-conscious consumers shift to options that are perceived as more natural and healthful.

Dow Jones dropped 10% in Jan 2016, now on the chart it seems like we are likely to have a turn around in Feburary. Compare the Dow Jones Chart with the two we mention above, you see that you will be better off with the 2 above compare to the overall market.