Strong Drinks Brand + Strong Regional Market = Bullish Gains Ahead

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Strong Drinks Brand + Strong Regional Market = Bullish Gains Ahead

  • Coca-Cola is a worldwide brand — nowhere more than in Latin America.

  • Revenue from nonalcoholic beverages in South America will increase 50% from 2020 to 2026.

  • Today’s Power Stock produces and distributes Coca-Cola products in South America and rates a 94 on our proprietary system.
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Matt Clark,
Research Analyst

Everybody knows Coca-Cola.

It’s a worldwide brand … but its popularity is massive in Latin America.

In 2020, Latin America made up 28% of all Coca-Cola sales — the highest of any region in the world. This was more than North America … which contributed 18% of the company’s sales.

That popularity is only growing as nonalcoholic beverage sales in the region continue to expand:

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In 2020, revenue from the sale of nonalcoholic beverages in South America was $41.2 billion.

By 2026, that figure will reach $61.8 billion — a 50% increase over just six years!

With Coca-Cola being one of the most popular soft drink brands in the region, its primary distribution partner will gain from this massive increase.

And using Stock Power Ratings, I was able to determine if this stock was set to outperform from here.

Click here to reveal the ticker and see why 2023 should be a bright year for this stock.

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Earnings Season Could End This Rally

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Michael Carr,
Editor, The Banyan Edge

As earnings season unfolds, we need to watch two key metrics that could sink the stock market.

More than likely, both will contribute to a sell-off in the coming weeks.

Stock prices go up when investors expect earnings to grow. In general, earnings can grow when companies increase revenue or decrease costs.

So let’s look at charts of these two metrics to see what could derail this rally.

Click here to continue reading and see why companies can’t maintain revenue growth in the chart below.

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