Pepsi is the larger business in terms of revenue, with nearly twice as much as Coca-Cola.
Yet Coca-Cola is the more profitable business, with an operating margin of greater than 27% over the past year compared to 16.4% for Pepsi.
Should I invest in Coca Cola or Pepsi?
Why You Should Buy Pepsi Instead of Coca-Cola Stock. Coca-Cola (NYSE:KO) stock is more expensive than PepsiCo (NASDAQ:PEP) in most value metrics for the two companies’ valuations in relation to their sales, earnings and cash flow. For example, KO trades at 24 times its forward price-to-earnings ratio.
Does Coke or Pepsi make more money?
To begin with, PepsiCo is a larger company than Coca-Cola. In the most recent quarter, the company had $64 billion of revenues, almost twice those of Coca-Cola—see Table 3.
Is Coca Cola or Pepsi more popular?
According to industry statistics compiled by Beverage Digest, Coke owns 17 percent of the American market for carbonated soft drinks. The next most popular choice is Diet Coke with 9.4 percent. Pepsi languishes in third place at 8.9 percent.
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 PepsiCo a good buy?
PepsiCo will never be a big growth stock, but for dividend investors, it looks like a solid buy. It offers a reliable, slowly growing dividend, growth opportunities in snacks and international markets, and a recession-resistant base of well-known consumer staples brands.
What is the net worth of Coca Cola?
The market cap of Coca-Cola is $232.32 Billion.