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SodaStrem stock is heavily shorted due to the company's problems in the U.S., but the buisness is performing strongly in international markets. Besides, valuation leaves plenty of upside room from current levels. A short position in SodaStream looks like a considerably risky bet.
Coca-Cola is venturing into new product categories, which could fuel its future growth. In the meantime, income investors are sure to appreciate Coca-Cola's rock-solid dividend.
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Coca-Cola has a truly extraordinary track-record of dividend growth, but investment decisions need to be based on the future, not past performance. Is now the right time to invest in Coca-Cola for the long term?
Rock-solid competitive strengths, opportunities for growth in several areas, and remarkable cash flow generation capabilities make Coca-Cola a top dividend stock to hold for the long term.