Few sellers want to take the capital gain hit. Much of the small float, is not really for sale. It's why the option ATM keeps working like it does. My shares aren't for sale, yet they are listed in the float :)
I'm on my second 12-pack of cans, they taste the same to me.
Wow, I guess I am hosed with my Sept 150 calls sold against my stock.
I still love the beer, love the company, and love the stock, but a near 40 PE is a crack smoking excessively high price. When I get called out of my stock in September, as I weep into a hearty tankard of Boston Lager, I will be consoled with the virtual certainly that I will be able to buy my stock back at lower prices someday, and probably sooner rather than later.
And no, I have not yet seen the Sam cans, but will try some when I find it, and will do the blind taste test.
Goldman Sachs upgrade makes no mention of the impact of cans, or House Of Shandy offerings. Boston Beer quietly rolled out House Of Shandy, like they did Angry Orchard. Analysts strike me as perpetually lagging behind, or outright clueless, where Boston Beer is concerned...
Are the cans starting to appear on board major airlines, yet?