Coca-Cola: Is This Dow Stock Built to Last?
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Coca-Cola is the dominant player in the soft drinks sector, and it is unlikely to give up this position anytime soon. The company, according to David, is a brilliant combination of product development, marketing, and distribution. And that unique recipe is likely to continue generating incredible cash flows over the long term.
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