Until Coke's premium product can stand on its own, Pepsi is the better buy.
Investors still on the sidelines can get in now and ride this retail stock up another 25% to 30% by the first quarter of 2015.
Avoid this stock until the lockup expiration comes and goes or shares reach $30.
Now is the best time to get back into Krispy Kreme because the stock has a strong shot of hitting $20 in the next six to 12 months.
GE is positioning itself for the next 10 years of growth.
The stock is not worth the gamble, with so many better opportunities out there -- not to mention better deals.
These shares are likely to reach $4.80 before the year is over. From Wednesday's close, we're looking at gains of possibly 20%.
Value-hungry investors should now feed on the market's overreaction to an issue that was beyond Yum's control and may soon be forgotten.
Even based on 2015 estimates of $6.60, these shares are only trading at a P/E of 12 -- still under the industry average.
On the basis of growing cash flow and oil production, EOG should reach $120 in the next 12 months.