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[Jan 01, 2010] Pepsi, by Mark Robertson
We find it hard to ignore a company that ends up as King-of-the-Hill for nearly 2400 companies during our monthly snapshot ... particularly when the company has top shelf quality like PEP\r\n.

[May 01, 2009] Pepsi, by Mark Robertson
For every emerging company in your portfolios, you ought to have a company like PEP.

[Jul 01, 2013] Tin Cup Model Portfolio, by Mark Robertson
Trim Pepsi (PEP), Accumulate CHRW, MELI, COH

[Jun 01, 2009] Tin Cup Model Portfolio, by Mark Robertson
Hello Pepsi ... welcome back Strayer.

[Oct 01, 2014] Tin Cup Model Portfolio, by Mark Robertson
Sell Pepsi and Cisco Systems. Buy Google, T. Rowe Price and Fresh Market

[May 01, 2009] Sweet 16, by Mark Robertson
Copart, Varian Medical, Pepsi, Harris Corp and Oracle Corp all have higher projected profitability and P/E ratios for their long-term forecasts.

[May 01, 2011] Sweet 16, by Mark Robertson
New StockSearch features include a "sweet spot" selector, filters for price and rank and a saved search option.

[Jun 01, 2009] Sweet 16, by Mark Robertson
SEI Investments, Hudson City, Microsoft, Weight Watchers, ITT Educational and Pepsi all have higher projected profitability and P/E ratios for their long-term forecasts.

[Aug 14, 2018] Smooth Investing -- After Four Years, by Mark Robertson
Smoothie investing is all about the balance between stalwart blue chips and rapidly-growing companies. This tracking portfolio, bolstered by Amazon, Visa and Apple has racked up a 13.5% rate of return over the trailing four years.

[Mar 01, 2011] Sweet Sixteen, by Mark Robertson
The screening results this month represent our more traditional approach, seeking the highest ranked MANIFEST stocks..

[Sep 01, 2005] Federated Capital Appreciation, by Mark Robertson
FEDEX appears to have the potential to return to its favorable historical performance when it ranked in the top decile of all large-cap growth funds.

[May 01, 2005] Fidelity Blue Chip Growth, by Mark Robertson
This fund is probably a poster child for truth-in-advertising.

[Mar 01, 2005] American Century Ultra, by Mark Robertson
A highly-respected mutual fund family with solid management characteristics and long-term results for shareholders..

[Oct 01, 2009] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
The three top performers in the MANIFEST TOP 40 with the largest annualized relative returns since inception are Quality Systems, Infosys Tech and FactSet Research.

[May 08, 2009] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
Walgreen (WAG) continues in the lead as the company found on the highest number of subscriber dashboards. The top ten was unchanged since the December edition of the MANIFEST 40.

[Dec 17, 2007] Christmas Countdown: StockWatch Reports, by Mark Robertson
With the release of the latest MANIFEST 40, we've decided to perform a bunch of StockWatch reports on the most widely-held residents in subscriber dashboards.

[Jan 01, 2010] Sweet '16': Resounding Resolutions, by Mark Robertson
With MIPAR back in single digits, shopping among the highest quality companies with the best expectations seems particularly prudent.

[Jul 01, 2006] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
In the realm of long-term investing, patience is a virtue.

[Oct 01, 2005] Peak Interest In Quality Leaders, by Mark Robertson
In this issue, we introduce the MANIFEST 40, consisting of the stocks which appear most frequently on your collective dashboards.

[Aug 01, 2014] Tin Cup Model Portfolio, by Mark Robertson
Sell Mercadolibre (MELI), Add Coach (COH) & Gentex (GNTX) & Visa (V)

[Sep 01, 2014] Tin Cup Model Portfolio, by Mark Robertson
Accumulate Gentex (GNTX)

[Oct 01, 2013] Is Buy-and-Hold Dead?, by Mark Robertson
You don’t have to google very long to come up with a long list of articles and commentaries about the death of “buy and hold” as a strategy.

[Dec 15, 2009] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
The three top performers in the MANIFEST TOP 40 are Cognizant Technology, Quality Systems and Infosys Tech.

[Jul 01, 2009] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
The MANIFEST TOP 40 is now 3.75 years old. The list represents the most widely-followed companies from subscriber dashboards. The annualized rate of return for the stocks on your collective dashboards is (-3.0%) versus (-8.0%) for the Wilshire 5000.

[Aug 01, 2014] Your Dashboard As An Investing GPS, by Ken Kavula
Manifest dashboards are nothing more than a display, on a single page, of the most important characteristics of a group of stocks that you have chosen.

[Dec 17, 2008] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
The outlook continues to be favorable for the MANIFEST 40. It's the relative return that matters with a long-term perspective. We'll take +6% and wish everybody the best of the holiday season.

[Sep 30, 2008] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
Our MANIFEST 40 is a list of the most widely-followed stocks by subscribers. The annualized rate of return for the stocks on our collective dashboards is 4.1% versus (0.4%) for the Wilshire 5000 since inception.

[Jul 01, 2008] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
This is our 12th edition of the MANIFEST 40, covering the last 3 years. It's a list of the most widely-followed stocks by subscribers.

[Mar 27, 2008] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
This is our 11th edition of the MANIFEST 40, covering the last 33 months. It's a list of the most widely-followed stocks by subscribers.

[Jul 01, 2007] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
Our quarterly "consensus" returns with our eighth edition of the Manifest Top 40, a list of the most widely-followed stocks by subscribers.

[Mar 29, 2007] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
Our quarterly "consensus" returns with our seventh edition of the Manifest Top 40, a list of the most widely-followed stocks by subscribers.

[Dec 30, 2006] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
Our quarterly "consensus" returns with our sixth edition of the Manifest Top 40, a list of the most widely-followed stocks by subscribers.

[Sep 21, 2006] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
Stability within the Top 40 seems to be increasing as Home Depot continues to hold down the top position, despite some angst and shareholder discomfort.

[Apr 07, 2006] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
Manifest consensus-by-dashboard continues to perform fairly well, delivering a 13.9% rate of return but now trails the Wilshire 5000.

[Dec 30, 2005] Manifest Top 40, by Mark Robertson
A list of the most widely-followed companies from subscriber dashboards.

[Nov 01, 2013] Excursions of Exuberance, by Mark Robertson
Our community of like-minded long term investors can be a wealth of guidance. The lessons over the decades are strong and sometimes we all have to be reminded to listen to our own instincts and advice.

[Apr 01, 2011] Fools, Flat Spot Fever & Muddy Moments, by Mark Robertson
Our community thrives on stripping away the emotions that sometimes include nasty memories, muddied results and focus on the road ahead.

[Jun 01, 2009] Weight Watchers, by Mark Robertson
WTW is executing a solid business plan and growing membership over the long term, even if there are strong challenges during the current recessionary environment.

[Jan 01, 2007] Summing Our Financial Strength, by Mark Robertson
A company can't be best-of-breed without a high relative financial strength.

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Pepsi (PEP) · by Mark Robertson · 08/06/2018 07:59 AM · Stocks
https://www.businessinsider.com/pepsi-ceo-indra-nooyi-stepping-down-2018-8

Pepsi (PEP) · by Mark Robertson · 10/21/2016 04:32 PM · Stocks
Pepsi (PEP) is ranked #16 among the 40 most widely followed companies by Manifest Investing subscribers.

Pepsi (PEP) · by Mark Robertson · 04/26/2015 01:26 PM · Stocks
Pepsi (PEP) Long Term Price Chart

Pepsi (PEP) · by Mark Robertson · 04/26/2015 01:24 PM · Stocks
Pepsi (PEP) Chronicle

Pepsi (PEP) · by Mark Robertson · 04/26/2015 12:58 PM · Stocks
Pepsi (PEP) The Value Line low total return forecast on the company report dated 4/24/2015 is 10% — relatively attractive versus the median return...

Pepsi (PEP) · by Dan Hess · 01/27/2013 10:26 PM · Stocks
In addition PEP has teamed up with Bud to sell Pepsi’s, Bud and Doritos at the superbowl. See here

Pepsi (PEP) · by Mark Robertson · 01/27/2013 03:31 PM · Stocks
Pepsi (PEP) showed up during this week’s Value Line update as one of the potential companies of interest — even if the return forecast was at the...

Pepsi (PEP) · by Julie Werner · 01/13/2012 02:37 PM · Stocks
I know that Pepsi is a favorite holding of many (Solomon’s Select.) There is an interesting article in today’s Wall Street Journal on Pepsi. A...

Pepsi (PEP) · by Mark Robertson · 12/24/2009 12:40 PM · Stocks
Profitability Analysis Carbonated and steady …

Pepsi (PEP) · by Mark Robertson · 12/24/2009 12:41 PM · Stocks
Projected Average P/E, PAR and Quality The consensus P/E for Pepsi is 18. The projected annual return is approximately 14-15%. The quality rating...

Pepsi (PEP) · by Mark Robertson · 12/24/2009 12:15 PM · Stocks
Pepsi (PEP) was featured in our Solomon Select feature back in May 2009 and now ranks #15 in the MANIFEST 40. Sales Growth Forecast 9%....

StockWatch: Pepsi (PEP) · by Belinda Charpentier · 05/06/2009 11:34 AM · Stocks
Bought some the other day. I’ve wanted PEP for a long time.

StockWatch: Pepsi (PEP) · by Mark Robertson · 05/06/2009 11:05 AM · Stocks
The chronicle has been updated and refreshed at the closet .

StockWatch: Pepsi (PEP) · by Frank H. Bower · 05/05/2009 08:01 PM · Stocks
Joe Smith is definitely smiling !!!

StockWatch: Pepsi (PEP) · by Mark Robertson · 05/05/2009 01:09 PM · Stocks
Call it foreshadowing if you wish :) but here’s a StockWatch report on Pepsi, #22 on the MANIFEST 40. Mark Robertson

Bought Pepsi (PEP) · by Mark Robertson · 03/03/2009 09:34 AM · Decisions Manifest
Bought Pepsi (PEP) for various retirement accounts. Mark Robertson

StockWatch: Pepsi (PEP) · by Mark Robertson · 12/22/2007 06:47 PM · Stocks
Summary Pepsi (PEP) is ranked #29 in the MANIFEST 40 with a PAR of 9-10% and a quality rating of 89.3. There’s not much to say. When you have the...

StockWatch: Pepsi (PEP) · by Mark Robertson · 12/22/2007 06:47 PM · Stocks
Visual Analysis

StockWatch: Pepsi (PEP) · by Mark Robertson · 12/22/2007 06:48 PM · Stocks
Profitability Analysis

Pepsi (PEP) Chronicle · by Mark Robertson · 01/30/2007 12:32 PM · Stocks
The updated chronicle for Pepsi — no major shifts, the newer entries (Hansen, Jones Soda) have driven up the median profitability and this accounts...

Equity Analysis Guide (EAGLE) · by Mark Robertson · 07/19/2011 04:00 PM · Resource Center: Getting Started
The Excel spreadsheet used for Pepsi is attached.

Pepsi (PEP) Gone Dairy · by Mark Robertson · 07/17/2012 07:32 AM · Stocks
Growth in the yogurt market outpaced the rest of the U.S. food industry since 2010 and is expected to increase even faster over the next couple of...

Pepsi (PEP) Gone Dairy · by Mark Robertson · 07/11/2012 10:02 AM · Stocks
After signing a partnership with the German dairy company, Theo Muller Group, PepsiCo Inc. (PEP) decided to release its first set of dairy...

Pepsi (PEP) Gone Dairy · by Mark Robertson · 07/11/2012 10:03 AM · Stocks
P.S. Dean Foods (DF) credits yogurt — particularly greek yogurt — as the fuel behind the recent price surge.

Equity Analysis Guide (EAGLE) · by Mark Robertson · 07/19/2011 03:56 PM · Resource Center: Getting Started
The attached powerpoint provides a quick look at what we (once-upon-a-time) referred to as 60-second stock study, using Value Line as a baseline...

Tin Cup (August 2014) · by Mark Robertson · 08/01/2014 02:28 PM · Portfolio Design & Management
Pepsi (PEP) Audit Pepsi is a core holding in most portfolios. As such, we’d be inclined to hold until the return forecast dips below money market...

Chronicles (Stocks) · by Mark Robertson · 11/29/2009 10:12 AM · Stocks
Pepsi (PEP)

Sold Pepsi · by Mark Robertson · 08/08/2017 09:46 AM · Decisions Manifest
I’ll share a quick audit/veirfy study on Pepsi (PEP) shortly, but here’s some thoughts from early July from one of Jim Cramer’s colleagues at...

sold pep bought ko · by Mark Robertson · 06/27/2013 01:28 PM · Decisions Manifest
No Pepsi, Coke? (Grin)

This Week in Value Line (7/29/2011) · by Mark Robertson · 07/29/2011 02:44 PM · Stocks
Persistent Bubbles Look no further than GroupOn, Facebook or Dunkin Donuts for all the evidence that you need that (1) Rhinos are reliable with...

Sold Pepsi · by Ted Brooks · 08/08/2017 07:18 PM · Decisions Manifest
Anne, I was listening to the webcast where you, Mark, and Ken were talking about the emotional aspect of selling a long-held stock that had...

Pepsi (PEP) Equity Analysis Guide · by Mark Robertson · 11/14/2006 08:11 PM · Stocks
You’re welcome. Just for kicks, I checked the CAPS rating over at http://caps.fool.com for Pepsi. Unlike Morningstar and S(5-Star Ratings), the...

Pepsi (PEP) Equity Analysis Guide · by Richard Cardner · 11/14/2006 06:58 PM · Stocks
Thanks, I am considering selling PEP and the review was quite timely. I really appreciate the Excel download. Richard

Pepsi (PEP) Equity Analysis Guide · by Mark Robertson · 11/14/2006 06:32 PM · Stocks
Pepsi StockWatcher Report “These pretzels are making me thirsty.” — Seinfeld. Pepsi is a “license to steal (legally, of course)” Take one of the...

Pepsi (PEP) Equity Analysis Guide · by Mark Robertson · 11/14/2006 03:55 PM · Stocks
Pepsi (PEP) is a classic example of a 7% growth stock that can be quite good for your portfolio. We’ve owned it for several years — and so has the...

The Pepsi Challenge · by Mark R. Johnson · 09/01/2010 11:54 PM · Stocks
My investment club the (Houston Tycoons) has been watching Pepsi (PEP). In July we saw the Manifest PAR at 14.4%, now we see 10.9%. Here is what we...

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Pepsi (PEP)

Quality 81
PAR 4.7%