Pepsi or Coke? No, Buy Keurig Dr Pepper Stock Now.

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With nearly 90% of Keurig Dr Pepper’s business coming from the U.S., the strong dollar and uneven reopening in China aren’t an issue for the company.


Dr Pepper might not be as popular as Coke or Pepsi, but its stock might be even more appealing right now. 

The market’s big growth-fueled rally this year has left more staid havens like consumer staples in the dust, and Keurig Dr Pepper (ticker: KDP) has been no exception. At a recent $35.55, the stock has barely budged since the start of the year, lagging behind the S&P 500’s 4.1% gain. Concerns around Keurig’s K-Cup coffee business have also lingered over the shares, which have underperformed both PepsiCo (PEP) and Coca-Cola (KO) over the past 12 months.