Coke loses its pop: Time to buy?
Shares fall as the soda maker disappoints on earnings.
Coca-Cola's (KO) latest earnings disappointed Wall Street as volume growth was downright anemic. With the long-term trend of soda consumption in the U.S. on the decline, Big Red generates the majority of its revenue overseas. Surprisingly, Coca-Cola's executives blamed the poor results on bad weather.
Motley Fool analyst Jason Moser takes a look at the results and shares why he views Tuesday's stock drop as a buying opportunity for investors.
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