What hits us here on the west coast blows to the east coast 2 weeks later, because of the jet stream. Let me tell you my local coal fire fired power plant has been going full bore 24/7 from arctic winter we are cur having here in the Pacific Northwest. We have lots of hydro electric, wind, ,geo-thermal and natural gas electric plants It just isn't close enough to meet demand. Obama has killed the Keystone gas pipe line and nuclear energy. People always vote with their wallets, and coal is the only other option!
Not enough gas pipe line in the Northeast to meet demand by the utilities. They are going to have to buy coal with a cold winter. All the above stocks are a buy!
All coal stocks are under priced! It will only take a cold winter like this winter to prove it! There is just not enough: nuclear, wind, hydro electric ,solar power and gas generation to meet peak demand! As natural gas prices spike utilities will switch to coal to protect profits and keep electric prices down!
Reports of it's dead are premature! All things shall come to pass even mankind and the earth!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Any more fairy tales you would like to hear???? People vote for coal with their thermostat switches and their pocket books. Utilities have to compete with home heaters for natural gas and pipe lines can only carry so much! As natural gas becomes less available and more expensive utilities switch to coal that's a fact unless you believe in fairy tales! Even then the majority of electricity is still made by using coal. Commercial buildings and space heaters gobble electricity! A prolonged cold spell has not been priced into natural gas and coal prices! Nor have the utilities stock piled either!
With the Arctic Chill going on across the country no one is thinking about Global Warming. Most electricity is still produced using coal. I don't see people turning off their heaters to make Obama or Gore happy!
OXF primarily produces coal for utilities in the OHIO river valley. This December arctic freeze should be good for coal consumption. Coal is much cheaper than natural gas especially if gas prices are rising! OXF is a buy at these prices
It's going to take all the coal generated electricity possible to meet the demand. Hydro electric, wind and solar aren't nearly enough at current arctic temperatures. Natural gas generated electricity isn't sufficient for all those additional space heaters being used.
Ten more Motley down grades and Brew will be $40 a share LOL. jUST SHORTS YANKING THE STOCK AROUND WITHOUT NEWS USING THEIR MOTLEY MOUTH PIECE !
Sentiment: Strong Buy
One half million shares short BB? How many of those are yours? I see the institutions now own 22% of the float. May be Inbev and Widmer's would like cash for there shares?
Sam Adams shows us what can happen when a company succeeds in this business. CBA has all the tools to do so also. CBA should have a billion $ valuation in the next few years, as sales and volumes grow rapidly! CBA is bring craft beer to the masses in the USA and 14 other countries!
CBA makes great products! It will one day be a billion dollar company. CBA is a definite buy and hold at these levels. Over the next 5 years craft beer sales will double. CBA is destined to be a leader in this growth industry.
I hope not!!! I'm tire of his "sick" child excuses or on vacation excuses he hasn't posted for over 5 weeks. I have always been Bullish on this company!!! BB caused many people to lose out on a home run investment ! BBDOTT is _ _ _ Boston Beer's Department Of Trash Talking. I think CBA will double in price over the next few years.....not a bad investment in an era of reduced government spending
Yet, Bud seems oblivious that they can be a part of this change! Instead they choose to ignore it! This how great companies fail. They don't adapt to changes. Every week that goes by more young beer drinkers learn that craft beer tastes so much better than the "Wonder Bread of Beers". Young beer drinkers are the future and Sam Adams making them converts to it's brand of beer's. Does Bud hang on to the old, or do they support the new! So far Bud seems intent on hang on to old! In this game of musical chairs, every month that goes by the music stops and a competing craft beer company grabs another chair from Bud. Adapt or perish, Bud is choosing the later. How large is Bud willing to let Sam Adams get before they say "Houston we have a problem". It is much better being proactive rather than reactive. Why doesn't Bud have a greater stake in the craft beer industry? Ask yourself ! I think it is because they prefer not to recognize the change that is taking place and prefer to not have a strong stake in the craft beer industry
In times of stress people tend to drink more of the good stuff. Thank your federal government, for the craft brew government shut down stimulus package! LOL I wonder how many more bottles of CBA products are going to be opened or game changer ales will be poured tonight. Stressing the common Joe is always good for beer sales. I think I will go home tonight and pop open a bottle of Winterhook that just came out!
What more need be said! They don't understand the fast growing craft beer market. The don't read SEC statements from CBA. They don't listen to conference calls from CBA. They don't attend CBA shareholder meetings. They don't do marketing research about CBA or it's industry. But they were down on SAM when it was under $20 a share.