Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO) is a dominant business that has unfortunately delivered less-than-sparkling returns for investors of late. The beverage giant's shares underperformed the market over the past three years despite Coke's ability to boost annual sales and earnings in that time. Investors are worried about structural pressures on Coke's core business as demand slowly shifts away from traditional sodas.
All the factors working against the retailer's results are abating, setting the stage for a significant turnaround.
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