Dueling Fools Duel Flashback
Coke v. Pepsi

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Dueling Fools

October 17, 2001

The Cola Wars took center stage six months ago. Was Coke (NYSE: KO) ready to fizz out? Was Pepsi (NYSE: PEP) running flat? Paul Larson (TMF Parlay) fancied Coke while all Rick Aristotle Munarriz (TMF Edible) wanted was a Pepsi.

The Voting Fools sided with Rick's Pepsi argument. While both stocks held up relatively well in the sluggish market, Pepsi inched out ahead as the choice of the new investing generation. 

Victory? Rick and our Voting Fools. Congrats!

Revisit the Coke v. Pepsi Duel.

Bill Mann (TMF Otter)               4-0 
Selena Maranjian (TMF Selena)       1-0 
Rex Moore (TMF Orangeblood)         1-0 
Jerry Thomas (TMF Cheeze)           1-0 
David Marino-Nachison (TMF Braden)  4-1 
Mike Trigg (TMF Tonto)              4-2 
Bill Barker (TMF Max)              12-10 
Guest Duelists                     53-42 
Voting Fools                       74-64 
Richard McCaffery (TMF Gibson)      1-1 
Todd Lebor (TMF TeeTime)            1-1 
Paul Larson (TMF Parlay)           23-26 
Rick Munarriz (TMF Edible)         30-36 
Jeff Fischer (TMF Jeff)             5-6 
David Forrest (TMF Bogey)           3-5 
Paul Commins (TMF Buster)           3-6 
Tom Jacobs (TMF Tom9)               1-2 
Brian Lund (TMF Tardior)            0-1