Keuring Dr Pepper is a rare company that’s growing sales and margins, powered by its 80% share of the market for K-cups, says Edwin Johnston III. Photograph by Sergi Alexander/Getty Images For SOBEWFF

Baseball fan Warren Buffett has compared himself to a batter who can take as many pitches as he likes until he gets a fat one to swing at. But the legendary head of Berkshire Hathaway said at the company’s virtual annual meeting May 2 that he hasn’t found any stocks that tempt him. He’s effectively keeping his bat on his shoulder, with $137 billion in Treasury bills and other cash equivalents.

In contrast,

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