Britney Spears Pumped Her Pepsi Money into Coke

Exclusive 0919-britney-spears-money-stocksTalk about a slap in the face — after earning $8 MILLION from her infamous Pepsi deal back in 2001, Britney Spears went turncoat by investing in Coca-Cola!

We”ve obtained new docs in Britney”s conservatorship case, which detail her investment portfolio, including her overall gains and losses for the year 2012 — the most intriguing part is what she dumped into Pepsi”s arch enemy.

Britney sold 574 shares of Coke for a modest profit of $3,238.55. She held on to 208 shares. As for Pepsi … it”s nowhere to be found in her portfolio.

Brit sold a few other random stocks for a profit — including AT&T and Deere & Co. — but it wasn”t all gravy: she lost $640.13 on McDonald”s and $1,277.38 on Chipotle.  She eats at both places enough that you”d think the stock would be worth more.

Overall, Brit netted $97,883 last year in stock earnings … not bad, but for her it”s chump change (she”ll earn more than triple that PER SHOW in Vegas).

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As for blowing off Pepsi, we don”t dispense investment advice — BUT PepsiCo has shown pretty consistent growth since the 80s … so we gotta ask …