There Are Still Plenty of Great Investments Out There

by Simon Black
Sovereign Man

Longtime readers know that, with few exceptions, I typically don’t invest in the stock market. And my reasons are numerous:

For starters, stocks are one of the most highly manipulated asset classes in the world. For years, stock prices have been heavily influenced by central bank monetary policy, election outcomes, corporate buybacks, trading algorithms, etc… in many respects far more than company performance.

Coca Cola is one of my favorite examples of this stock manipulation.

In 2011, just over a decade ago, Coca Cola generated $46.5 billion in annual revenue, and earnings per share of $3.75.

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