Dr. Company Pepper Snapple on the results of the 4th quarter, reported a net profit of 185 million US dollars, compared with 150 million dollars in the same period of the previous year. During the quarter, sales totaled 1.55 billion dollars against 1.51 billion in Q4, 2014. Sales remained at the same levels in the US and Canada, but rose 6% in Mexico and the Caribbean countries. Profit growth in 2016 according to the company will be only 1%, and the company will spend 1 billion dollars to pay dividends and buy back shares. Despite the likely fall in the near future, we expect growth stocks by 15-20% this year.