- Your exit strategy; while Coke stock price has only appreciated 2% annually since 1998, Buffett could care less. He continues to "hold" on to his 400 million shares of Coke for one reason...It generates $122 million dollars in dividend income for his firm each quarter. This was his "exit strategy" for this investment all along: Perpetual dividend income. His cost basis for those shares (bought between 1988 – 1994) is $1.29 billion dollars. which means he currently earns a 37.5% cash flow return on this investment, year after year.
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