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Anheuser-Busch InBev SA/NV (BUD)

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57.12-0.84 (-1.45%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
57.10 -0.02 (-0.04%)
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  • S
    Steven
    Another dip in the price due to the debacle over at Sam Adams Beer. While exposure of BUD to seltzers is a problem, not as bad as at SAM. This is getting awfully close to a ‘buy’ for us long-term holders.
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    tom
    no body likes your aluminum so called bottles. for the same reason me and alot of people don't drink beer out of cans.
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    GREG
    BUD is on sale....30% price increase expected in the next 12 months......YES PLEASE!!!!

    Concerts, sporting events, etc. Everyone is getting back out and socializing again, and the social stocks like this one are going to benefit. I could see BUD being back over $100 a share in the next few years.
  • T
    Tony
    What’s the deal with the dividend on this stock? Appears to only pay twice a year and is all over the place as far as what they pay out?
  • B
    BENJAMIN
    slow drift down into 40's..115bil mkt cap not justifiable for this negative growth company
  • R
    Rick
    Same as before, begin accumulating at 50. Wait for 6 months, sell at 80.
  • k
    kalush
    They had some interesting insights about BUD on (http://Fairstox.com). Definitely made me think twice about the company.
  • W
    Wolf
    Buying sub $55 otherwise I am happy to hold my current position. If you are a long this is a solid play at these levels.
  • t
    tim
    As a Belgian, I bought more today, #$%$51 is ridiculous. One of the biggest companies here and they almost don?t pay any taxes on Belgian ground. Who wouldn?t want some Belgian beer in their portfolio. Most negative price target is #$%$70 for me. Plus all the non alcoholic beers they are developing is becoming a trend in Belgium, and if you can do it here with all the beer patriots you can do it in every country. Lots of extra expected revenue to pay that debt off. Let?s goooo
  • S
    Seeking Sigma
    For all you panicers out there, here is some good news: the analist (Celine Panutti) that downgraded Ab Inbev today has a very poor track record. She is ranked 6707 out of the 7641 analists tracked by tipranks and is the biggest bearish analist I have ever seen. She has 49% hold ratings, 35% buy ratings and 16% sell ratings, a succes rate of 47% and average return of -2%.... I did my DD and am sure that this baby is a good buy at these prices.
  • C
    Crispy
    Looks like a strong dollar is bad for companies with high debt.
  • w
    wisely smiling
    The greatest force know to man isn't power... it's pleasure. Alcohol is this in liquid form.
  • S
    Steven
    To everyone who has chimed in today, and will chime in: thanks for your posts, and thanks to those that will, in reference to the downgrade today. * What is simply amazing to me is that enough people believe this stuff and then only shoot them selves in the foot, and sell! Funny that this analyst still has a job! Of course, she is likely getting people to churn their accounts, resulting in $$ for J.P. Morgan. My question is where the heck was she, and Zacks, 3 months ago when the stock was at $78.50 (the latter had a ‘hold’ at the time, not downgrading to ‘sell’ until after the share price went down $17)? Speaking for myself, most of these analysts are all nothing more than amateurs. I would like to hear what Laurent Grandet, with Guggenheim, now thinks. It’s been a few years. but he strongly recommended BUD, then. Evidently, he recommended SAM 22 days ago after it cratered. Regardless, I’m staying long. Hang on, folks. I’m preparing to buy more, if there’s further deterioration.
  • a
    ayatollah_of_lrockarolla
    Wall Street must think college kids are gonna wear masks and not drink beer at football games huh.
  • F
    Franky Mezcal
    Start selling Belgian beer everywhere and SP will be up.
    The world will be a happier place too.
  • S
    SaberMaven
    Consider this $123 bil company: Nearly 15 years ago, InBev was a $50 bil company. Then 13 years ago, they bought Anheuser-Busch for $70 bil. Then just a few years ago, they paid about $80 bil for Miller (not including its U. S. operations. Added up, they've massively destroyed value.
  • B
    BENJAMIN
    home downgrade was a good read and made lots of valid points..beer is like oil..both being fazed out
  • S
    Stuart
    Man so much debt, still $80 billion. Long term will hurt this stock. Many Beer stocks are laden with debt and due to transport costs higher of beer, also hurt . I bought Asahi, best beer if you can get the stuff brewed in Japan, not the muck brewed in Canada. It owns Peroni, and Grolsch, both great beers room to grow and over 2% dividend. Still a lot of debt but nothing like BUD.
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    america first
    i dont get why this stock is NOT at 90 , and GE is at 100 , altria is flushed with cash , also owns stake in CRON , which is another stock i have , one think i learned is people are addicts , and these stocks will always rise

    buying more 62
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    danny
    I’m buying more, holding at the very least until 2022 super bowl…