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The Boston Beer Company, Inc. (SAM)

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
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356.52+2.02 (+0.57%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
350.01 -6.51 (-1.83%)
Pre-Market: 07:17AM EDT
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    Anonymous
    koch sold his shares in the 1200s and left shareholders holding the bag
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    Russ O
    Their Octoberfest is better than any other Octoberfest I have had and I have been to 200 breweries in the illinois/Indiana/Michigan area. That stuff should be sold your round. They also should be selling their beers cheaper as they charge almost the same amount as craft beers. Goose Island has 15 packs of IPA for 13.99 not on sale in Chicago area while Sam Adams is more than that. If they want more market share, they should be able to sell their beer cheaper. Seltzers have bottomed as people are figuring out they barely have any flavor. Why not be the first major company to get in the cannabis drink area. Those cans are selling for 20 plus dollars and people are buying them. With more states legalizing it, there is a lot of money to be made their. THC won't be a fad since I have seen all these dispensaries that opn up and get packed full of people.
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    anana
    As I said Boston Beer will keep using sales of hard seltzer as it's excuse to give bad numbers months after months even after they destroyed their inventories of bard seltzer and even when Molson Coors is doubling down on it's hard seltzer. The management would like to hold on to hard seltzer as their excuses forever. I think shareholders should vote the current management out, the management from CEO down is doing a terrible job.
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    Anonymous
    wow ..more lossess...shareholders need to drink product to ease their pain..
  • A
    Anonymous
    Sam....Hope your buyout wasn't an all stock buyout. If so you and Joe S. got hosed big time.
  • B
    Big Bux
    I love Sam Adams beer but IMO this stock is grossly overpriced. This should be about $50 a share.
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    M
    Whoever was forecasting Truly hard seltzer sales must have gone to work forecasting GDP. All the pundits have been saying the economy is so strong there's no way we can have a recession this year. All that demand pull forward from reopening had the supply chain trying to run at 120%. Now it's going to correct in the other direction.
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    John Abraham
    This isn't even worth three Digits. Consumer spooked and input costs rising.
    Stay Away
  • a
    anana
    Boston Beer CEO compensation tripled in 2021 while the share price dropped 70% from its high, what kind of logic is that? Shameless!
  • Y
    Yu
    Boston Beer CEO compensation is tripled in 2021, even though shareholders have lost 75%. shareholders need to replace the entire board of directors and CEO. They are greedy. They don't care about shareholders are losing money. shareholders need to reject the board and CEO. Bad company to invest in.
  • W
    Winning
    Fellow Investors, We have all gone down this road. No long term investor, that dabbles in individual stocks, doesn't have a few dogs over their investing career. While I truly believe the key to wealth is the boggle head approach (don't look for a needle in the haystack...just buy the haystack/index funds), we all want the above average returns. SAM had the challenge of -ironically- lulling investors via a another Boston legend...Peter Lynch. You know, buy the products you love and know. However, as we know you can have a really good product (like SAM's offerings), but execution by mgmt can be a challenge. My take is the moat in the craft brew market is just too competitive. The product is heavy (logistics) and the consumer is just too darn fickle. What I'm saying is I think this stock trades a little above a staple...I would be suspect of frothy PEG predictions.
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    orinda.fellow
    Did someone really pay $1349 a share in the last year??? Were they close to a cancer cure?????
  • A
    Anonymous
    Somebody paid $600 for this? Buy high, sell low. Maybe stick to mutual funds.
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    john
    This company and management is a disaster. only interested in padding their pockets. With beer sales declining and the seltzer fad falling this is a 2-3B market cap company. Has a long way to come down yet.
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    art
    Thoughts on fair market value at this point?
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    anana
    5 shares traded at $372 at 16:49:46 in response to the garbage article of "3 stocks to short this week". I said it is garbage article not because I don't think you should not short SAM, but I think the article said "The brewer behind the Samuel Adams brand shows a miserable downtrend with high volume"...where is the high volume? The two days of high volume is today and April 22, the trend is up on these 2 days. I think the problem of SAM is nobody buying or selling the stock, one or two shares will make it goes up or down a few percent.
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    John Abraham
    Why this is so expensive?
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    Rodney
    Need to sell more draft October Fest can’t get it at any bars it’s my favorite
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    orinda.fellow
    I live in the South in a city of 250,000. They opened 12 local breweries in the last year.
    Who cares about drinking Sam Adams anything. This stock was and is a scam.
  • W
    Winorlose
    323 PE! NEVER FOR ME!!
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