Coca-Cola Company (KO)
$48.49 0.46 (0.94%)
19:59 EST KO Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 206.34B
PE Ratio 156.42
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 15.40M
Day's Range 48.49 - 48.94
52-Week Range 36.27 - 60.13
Dividend & Yield 1.54 (3.18%)
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Investing for retirement can be tricky. On one hand, investors still need some growth in their portfolio to ensure that they don't outlive their savings. On the other hand, investors don't want the stress of roller coaster ups and downs that come with more volatile securities. Here we look at seven stocks that can help people live comfortably in retirement.
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