I realize I am an arogant neophyte chewing on his foot, but, why should I buy a company which hasnt changed its foundamentals in the past few weeks, it has only changed its price tag. Would seem a few weeks back was the time, now it seems like any number of good companies sporting a proper price tag.I think you're right on the money. Pepsi, I think, has the better prospects than Coke, unless KO's price drops dramatically. Trouble is, Pepsi is a bit too high -- I want it at around $37. It was there just a few weeks ago and I missed it, dagnabbit. :/I think one just has to be patient and wait for the inevitable market panic that has nothing to do with the company itself.--Anthony
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