Coca Cola Company #KO stock market

The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE: KO) is a total beverage company, offering over 500 brands in more than 200 countries and territories.
Their beverage brands include the following category clusters: sparkling soft drinks; water, enhanced water, and sports drinks; juice, dairy, and plant-based beverages; tea and coffee; and energy drinks. In addition, they own and market four of the world's top five nonalcoholic sparkling soft drink brands: Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Fanta, and Sprite.
They believe our success is a product of our ability to connect with consumers by providing them with a wide variety of beverage choices to meet their desires, needs, and lifestyle choices.

Coca Cola stock price analysis

Find below top down Coca Cola stock market analysis exclusively using supply and demand imbalances together with price action. Bear in mind that a top down KO technical analysis is needed to make a trading decision, a single timeframe is not enough to place a trade. This is not a signal service, they are meant to point out strong imbalances usually in a clear trending market, you need to do a top down analysis and make a trading decision based on market structure and the trend. Click here if you want to learn more info about our online trading community.
4th November 2020

Coca Cola stock price bullish forecast 2020

Coca Cola (NYSE: KO) has always been a slow mover but it’s an American stock considered to be very safe because it hardly gives us any surprises. Using our supply and demand strategy we can learn what Coca Cola stock price could be in the near future. There is a strong weekly demand level for […]
28th April 2020

Coca Cola sales slow down, still bullish forecast

The Coca-Cola Company, a beverage company, manufactures, markets, and sells various nonalcoholic beverages worldwide. The company provides sparkling soft drinks; water, enhanced water, and sports drinks; juice, dairy, and plant based beverages; Coca Cola (NYSE: KO) is a slow mover but it’s a stock considered to be very safe because it hardly give us any […]
9th July 2019

Coca Cola stock analysis july 2019

Coca Cola (NYSE: KO) american stock is in a clear long bias with new weekly demand levels and imbalances being created and respected. Previous weekly demand imbalance playing out from $45. There is a clear bullish trend when doing the top down technical analysis, great long term long opportunities on Coca Cola stock at these […]
28th May 2019

Coca Cola stock price forecast May 2019

In this short video analysis, we will go over Coca Cola american stock forecast and show you how to trade stocks using a supply and demand trading strategy. How to trade Coca Cola stock using a supply and demand trading strategy Coca Cola stock is in a clear long term uptrend for many months now, […]
31st January 2019

Coca Cola stock market price 2019

Coca Cola #KO american stock weekly and monthly demand levels in control. This is an update to a previous supply and demand video analysis done last December 1st 2018 where we were planning to buy Coca Cola stock at weekly and monthly demand levels located at around $46. Stock price has retraced to these imbalances and […]
1st December 2018

Coca Cola stock forecast 2019

Coca Cola (NYSE: KO) american stock in a clear long bias with new monthly and weekly demand levels being created and respected. Previous demand levels playing out from 37 and 41 price areas. There is a clear bullish trend when doing the top down technical analysis, great long term long opportunities on Coca Cola stock at […]

KO stock price

KO stock price has been rallying for years since its original IPO many years ago. Month after month Coca Cola has been rallying and breaking all time high non-stop together 52 weeks highs over and over providing new strong demand imbalances on the way up. Last february and march made a big retracement after the initial effects of coronavirus COVID-19.

Coke stock market

Coke stock market is the same as Coca Cola stock market, they are diferent trade marks for different regions. But they are the same company and stock.

I want to buy shares in Coca Cola

You can buy shares in Coca Cola throught your bank or broker. We buy our shares with Interactive Brokers, this is a global broker and have a good reputation.

Price of Coca Cola shares

You should open your Interactive broker account and transfer founds to buy your KO stocks when you consider the best moment or best price. You can take some ideas on our high odds Coca Cola Analysis and you will buy at best price.

Coca Cola premarket and after hours

The market closes at 16:00h New York time and start the after hours time. In postmarket time only can trade professional traders and big institutions.

We as a non profesional traders can’t trade after hours.

The premarket time starts a 4:00am New York time and end at 9:30h when open the markets.

Coca Cola stock forecast

Since Coca Cola stock is breaking 52 week highs and all time highs, the underlying bigger picture trend is bullish as long term, so buying shares of KO is the way to go.

The stock forecast for Coke is bullish, buying shares of stocks is higher probability than selling short shares of stock. Bullish forecast for The Coca Cola Company.

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KO historical stock price

Since KO stock is trading around $47 per share as of May 2020. Trying to make a bullish impulse to all time highs at $60. There is historical stock price for Coke at this price levels since it isn’t the first time the stock price reaches $47 per share in its history.

Coca Cola stock price target

Establishing a price target for KO stock is not difficult because it’s been rallying for two months and have a big supply zone at $53 as first price target. Locking in profits for Coca Cola stock as price continues to break above all time high is the way to go. Once there is a bigger correction and pullback, you will be out of the trade for a nice profit. Its a good way to squeeze profits in such a trading scenario.

Coca Cola market cap

The Coca Cola Company market cap history and chart from 1919 to 2020. Market capitalization (or market value) is the most commonly used method of measuring the size of a publicly traded company and is calculated by multiplying the current stock price by the number of shares outstanding. Coke market cap as of May 29, 2020 is $202.25B.

Coca Cola NYSE or NASDAQ

The Coca Cola company is listed on NYSE and NASDAQ market with diferents tickers for every one.

Coca Cola Stock market symbol

The symbol for Coca Cola stock market is KO on NYSE and COKE ticker for NASDAQ market.

  • KO (NYSE): The Coca Cola Company Stock on NYSE market.
  • COKE (NASDAQ): Coca Cola Consolidated Inc on NASDAQ market.

Coca Cola stock news, earnings and fundamentals

If you trade with Supply and Demand you don’t need any news, earnings and fundamentals, because the Supply and Demand show you the high odds imbalances.

You only should wait the price movement to your better level to trade.

You have many opportunitties every day in the markets so, you need to have patience and calm to wait the best moment to invest.

Coke share history

There are the Coca Cola share year history.

  • 1919: Original issue — 600,000 shares 100,000 preferred, par $100 each 500,000 common without nominal or par value
  • 1926: Eliminated 100,000 preferred in November
  • 1927: Increased 1,000,000 shares by 100% stock dividend on April 25
  • 1929: Distribution of 1,000,000 shares of Class “A” stock share-for-share to owners of common stock on January 15
  • 1935: Common stock increased from 1,000,000 to 4,000,000 shares Four-for-one stock split effective November 15
  • 1944: Authorized increase from 4,000,000 to 5,000,000 shares
  • 1950: 600,000 shares of Class “A” either exchanged for common stock on the basis of three shares of Class “A” for one share of common stock or redeemed at call price $52.60 (over 80% of Class “A” was exchanged) 167,140 additional common shares issued in exchange for Class “A” in May
  • 1960: Common stock increased from 5,000,000 to 15,000,000 shares Three-for-one stock split effective January 22. 906,405 shares authorized for issuance in exchange for Minute Maid Corporation stock 2 2/10 shares of Minute Maid Corporation stock exchanged for 1 share of KO
  • 1964: 259,770 shares authorized for issuance in exchange for Duncan Coffee Company stock 5.5 shares of Duncan Coffee Company stock exchanged for 1 share of KO
  • 1965: Common stock increased from 15,000,000 to 35,000,000 shares Two-for-one stock split effective January 22
  • 1968: Common stock increased from 35,000,000 to 70,000,000 shares Two-for-one stock split effective May 13
  • 1970: 1,754,000 shares authorized for issuance in exchange for Aqua-Chem Inc. stock 1.3115 shares of Aqua-Chem Inc. stock exchanged for 1 share of KO
  • 1977: Common stock increased from 70,000,000 to 140,000,000 shares Two-for-one stock split effective May 9
  • 1978: 1,000,300 shares authorized for issuance in exchange for Presto Products Inc. 1 share of Presto Products stock exchanged for 0.385 share of KO
  • 1982: 12,200,000 shares authorized for issuance in exchange for Columbia Pictures Industries Inc. 1 share of Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. exchanged for 2.174 shares of KO
  • 1983: Authorized increase from 140,000,000 to 180,000,000 shares
  • 1984: Authorized repurchase for 6,000,000 shares of stock of The Coca‑Cola Company
  • 1985: Authorized repurchase for 5,000,000 shares of stock of The Coca‑Cola Company
  • 1986: Common stock increased from 180,000,000 to 700,000,000 shares. Three-for-one stock split effective June 16. Changed from no par value common stock to $1.00 par value per share
  • 1987: Authorized repurchase for 40,000,000 shares of stock of The Coca-Cola Company
  • 1988: Distribution of a dividend in-kind of Columbia Pictures Entertainment Inc. common stock 0.092 share of Columbia Pictures Entertainment Inc. stock issued at a cost basis of $7.4375 per share for each 1 share of KO owned
  • 1989: Authorized repurchase for 20,000,000 shares of stock of The Coca-Cola Company
  • 1990: Common stock increased from 700,000,000 to 1,400,000,000 shares. Two-for-one stock split effective May 1. Changed common stock par value from $1.00 per share to $.50 per share
  • 1992: Common stock increased from 1,400,000,000 to 2,800,000,000 shares. Two-for-one stock split effective May 1. Changed common stock par value from $.50 per share to $.25 per share. Authorized repurchase for 100,000,000 shares of stock of The Coca-Cola Company
  • 1996: Common stock increased from 2,800,000,000 to 5,600,000,000 shares. Two-for-one stock split effective May 1. Common stock par value remained $.25 per share. Authorized repurchase for 206,000,000 shares of stock of The Coca-Cola Company
  • 2006: Authorized repurchase for 300,000,000 shares of stock of The Coca-Cola Company
  • 2012: Common stock increased from 5,600,000,000 to 11,200,000,000 shares. Two-for-one stock split effective July 27. Common stock par value remained $.25 per share. Authorized repurchase for 500,000,000 shares of stock of The Coca-Cola Company.
  • 2019: Authorized repurchase for 150,000,000 shares of stock of The Coca-Cola Company.
Can I buy Coca Cola stock directly?

Yes, you can buy CocaCola stock from a brokerage firm or directly from the company itself. To get a return on your stock investment, you must buy CocaCola stock at the right time. Review company financial results, the annual report and trade journals to determine the best time to invest in the company.

Is Coca Cola stock a good buy?

In this environment, marked by fears of a potential global recession and a seemingly endless string of market downdrafts, it’s a great day to buy a safe-haven stock with solid financials, a lucrative dividend yield, and great growth potential — a stock like global beverage behemoth CocaCola (NYSE:KO).

Does Coca Cola stock pay dividends?

The quarterly dividend announced by CocaCola in February 2019 was 40 cents a share. That represented a yield of about 3.41%, roughly double the average dividend paid by consumer goods stocks. For 2020, that quarterly dividend has increased to $0.41, or a 3.6% yield at current prices.

Is Coca Cola stock overvalued?

CocaCola Co. (KO) shares are overvalued based on current multiples and the recent decline in revenue trends due to socio-demographic shifts in the soft drink market. The company could be worth roughly $40 a share, which is about 13.5 percent cheaper than its current price of around $45.

How many times has Coca Cola stock split?

The stock has split 11 times over the years, including one stock dividend in 1927. Unfortunately, a stock split is not free money.

Why is Coca Cola called KO?

Still, many big companies tend to prefer the NYSE to competitor Nasdaq OMX’s (Nasdaq: NDAQ) stock exchange. That’s why CocaCola (NYSE: KO) goes by the less-than-obvious KO ticker while the lesser-known CocaCola Bottling (Nasdaq: COKE) gets the COKE symbol.

You can read the official info for investors in the Coca Cola Company page.

     
 

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