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It's Time to Take Money Off the Table: Here's Where to Begin


Sell trading positions, buy long-dated out-of-the-money puts, or move into "safer" dividend plays.


Coca-Cola, Buy Below: $38.50

Coca-Cola is up about 30% since I first suggested it in November 2010, compared to 21% gains for the S&P 500, but it has more to go to the upside. Coca-Cola has an economic moat in its global distribution network and powerful brands. The kicker is that Coca-Cola continues to invest and expand in emerging markets like China, Russia, and Brazil. That makes this iconic American brand an emerging market play, and play on the emerging middle class. This is a classic long-wave investing trend worth investing in.

Michael Brush is a weekly market columnist for MSN Money. At the time of publication, Michael Brush owned shares of Philip Morris, McDonald's and Coca-Cola. He has suggested Philip Morris, McDonald's and Coca-Cola as buys in Brush Up on Stocks, his investment newsletter.
No positions in stocks mentioned.

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