The 2008 Summer Olympics are here, and there are several publicly traded companies that are official Worldwide Olympic Sponsors. If you think that being connected to the Olympics can help these companies, it may be worth taking a closer look at these stocks.
Coca Cola (KO) is the famous beverage company. The stock has a PE of 22 , a PEG of 1.9 and pays a yield of 2.70% .
General Electric (GE) the conglomerate involved in technology, media, and financial services. The stock has a PE of 14 , a PEG of 1.22 and pays a yield of 4.20% .
Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) famous for its Bandaids, makes and markets various health care products. The stock has a PE of 17 , a PEG of 1.98 and pays a yield of 2.60% .
Kodak (EK) makes and sells photography and digital imaging products. The stock has a PE of 8 , a PEG of 9.59 and pays a yield of 3% .
Lenovo Group (LNVGY.PK) makes and sells technology products and services. The stock has a PE of 13 and pays a yield of 4.70% .
Manulife (MFC) is a life, group life and health insurance company. The stock has a PE of 14 , a PEG of 0.96 and pays a yield of 2.80% .
McDonalds (MCD) is the operator of McDonalds fast food restaurants. The stock has a PE of 17 , a PEG of 1.57 and pays a yield of 2.30% .
Visa (V) is the credit card processing company. The stock has a PE of 27 , a PEG of 1.42 and pays a yield of 0.60% .
If you want an Excel database of all the publicly traded Worldwide Olympic Sponsors, along with the Sponsors, Exclusive Suppliers, and Beijing 2008 Partners, a total of 18 stocks, go to WallStreetNewsNetwork.com.
Author owns KO, MCD, and V.
By Fred Fuld at Stockerblog.com