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I want to get wasted but I can't afford good beer.
As globalization expands, more people are going to want inexpensive creature-comforts. This is one of the biggies poised to serve everybody in some fashion.
With the model of buying all competition (including craft and faux craft breweries) InBev has shown itself a monster that won't be stopped.
Largest selling domestic beer. Tough times doesn't mean people will cut back on an inexpensive habit or custom. Only reason stock went down is because our gov't doesn't want bud and corona to live under the same roof.
As the Super Bowl gets closer, Budweiser publicity will lift the stock.
Less developed nations' income will rise. PE of 16, 1.8% yield.
This company has its sights on global beer domination. It currently has a 25% share of the global market and nearly half of the U.S. market. The company generates enough free cash flow to continue acquiring companies to improve its market share and continue increasing its dividend.
I love the stock. It has great, albeit relatively safe exposure to emerging markets, especially in Latin America. This will only increase when it owns the rest of Modelo.
Budweiser and Stella Artois are starting to appear in upmarket bars around Africa as status brands.
Great company. Buying up huge Mexican brands. Not even a recession can hold back beer consumption.
In good times people drink, in bad times, people drink
Drinkers arn't going anywhere
Beer is good!
High P/E - low growth.
It's superbowl time
Number one in it's industry.
Beer sales will increase as recession slowly ends.
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