Fear can destroy a stock in seconds.
But it can also lead to quite a bit of opportunity.
Look at Coca-Cola (KO), for example in late February 2019.
Not long ago, the stock plunged out of the sky after CEO James Quincey said the company tempered expectations after noting a slowdown late 2018.
“We think we have a great plan, we’ve got good momentum, but we’re being realistic and cautious on the global outlook,” as noted by The Wall Street Journal.
The uncertainty and fear sent the...
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