Why Coca-Cola Is a Warren Buffett Stock
Coca-Cola is one of the most iconic Warren Buffett stocks. The company is the second-largest position in Berkshire Hathaway's portfolio, it has produced massive gains for Berkshire over time, and Buffett has no plans to sell Coca-Cola anytime soon. The following slideshow offers some ideas and quotes to explain why Coca-Cola is one of Buffett's favorite companies and what this says about Coca-Cola going forward.
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