Wall Street touts Coke as a safe investment with a 3.74% dividend yield.
I like stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average to have a dividend yield above 3% to be a member of the Dogs of the Dow for 2020.
Coke Zero saved the company and hence the stock.
Is Coca Cola a good dividend stock?
Not surprisingly, that startling fact places it squarely in the list of so-called dividend aristocrats. The quarterly dividend announced by Coca-Cola in February 2019 was 40 cents a share. That represents a yield of about 3.41%, roughly double the average dividend paid by consumer goods stocks.
Is Coca Cola still a good investment?
Coca-Cola is still a sound long-term investment, but investors shouldn’t be in a hurry to buy the stock right now at 23 times forward earnings, especially when there are plenty of other Dividend Aristocrats and Dividend Kings with higher yields and lower valuations.
Is KO stock a good buy?
The financial health and growth prospects of KO, demonstrate its potential to perform inline with the market. It currently has a Growth Score of C. Recent price changes and earnings estimate revisions indicate this would not be a good stock for momentum investors with a Momentum Score of F.
Is KO a good long term investment?
KO stock has long been a staple of income investors’ long-term portfolios. It’s one of the most reliable dividend stocks you can find, and a premier dividend grower (Dividend Aristocrat, they’re called), having raised its payout annually for the last 56 years.