Cokes and smokes, your doctor may disapprove of all that sugar and nicotine, but your portfolio won't. What’s the trade ahead of earnings Coca-Cola (KO) and Altria (MO) on Wednesday.
Karen Finerman likes Altria for it’s balance sheet and she expects the company to use it in a way that’s positive for shareholders.
Guy Adami likes MO, as well.
Jeff Macke tells the panel to look for international growth from Coke. This stock, he says is a “Steady Freddie!”
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