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|Day's Range||220.65 - 227.75|
|52 Week Range||128.70 - 227.75|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||27.70|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
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Boston Beer (SAM) has been struggling with soft depletion trends and shipment volumes. Though it issued encouraging shipments and depletions outlook for 2018, management expects volumes to remain sensitive.
Blame our beer-leaning tastes: When, earlier this year, we explored what was going on at Boston Beer, we took home some of the company’s new beer rather than its new Angry Orchard Rosé cider. Earlier this week, Goldman Sachs upgraded Boston Beer (SAM) to “neutral,” largely based on the idea that the Barron’s Next 50 company isn’t just a beer company—and that’s a good thing right now. Sam Adams “is still showing sizable decline in a competitive craft beer category (we model midteens decline in Boston Lager and mid-single-digit decline in total beer), though…we note that beer is now
Boston Beer (SAM) and Constellation Brands (STZ) hit 52-week high yesterday on their robust strategic endeavors and favorable market trends.
back in March and we had our concerns that the rally could keep going, we noted that, "There are enough signs that the recent rally in STZ is weaker than the rally to the January high. On the upside we also said, "In this Point and Figure chart of STZ we can see a $251 price target until a reversal to the downside develops." STZ showed a little more weakness into the end of March and over the past three weeks has managed to rally to a new high close yesterday. In this updated daily bar chart of STZ, below, we can see a recent dip or test of the rising 50-day moving average line.
Sam Adams has confirmed a December report from the Boston Business Journal that it intends to build a taproom in downtown Boston.
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Boston Beer’s CEO may have left millions on the table when he retired, but he still received a healthy paycheck in his full final year in the role.
The improvements include new wall panels to accommodate for televisions and Wi-Fi and a right-field “Sam Deck” serving many Samuel Adams brews.
Shares of Boston Beer (SAM), maker of Sam Adams beers and a host of other boozy beverages, are now back above year-to-date highs seen in mid-February, just before the company reported fourth-quarter financial results that sent investors scurrying. The reason: Continued indications that, even if the beer business still had issues, the overall picture—driven largely by its non-beer drinks—was strong. While beer trends continue to be sluggish, and will face increasingly tougher comparisons in the coming months, non-beer trends (cider and flavored malt beverages) look surprisingly strong,” they wrote.
In this commentary, I will examine The Boston Beer Company Inc’s (NYSE:SAM) latest earnings update (30 December 2017) and compare these figures against its performance over the past couple ofRead More...
The Boston Beer Company (SAM) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
While Boston Beer (SAM) fails to impress investors in the fourth quarter, its cost-saving plans and long-term innovation alongside the focus on reviving its brands keep the stock ticking.
Shares of Boston Beer, which lost fizz after the company reported disappointing financial results in February, have nearly recovered since. Possibly because of signs that things are looking up for the Sam Adams-serving booze merchant. The data, Macquarie wrote, “confirmed our conversations with a large beer distributor last week that SAM is improving.” One thing those conversations didn’t suggest: The idea that Boston Beer’s (SAM) Sam ‘76 lager-ale hybrid, which debuted earlier this year, might be a long-term success.
Samuel Adams brewer Jennifer Glanville is coming to Baltimore March 27, bringing expertise and funding opportunities to local food an beverage businesses looking to grow. The free event will be part of the Brewing the American Dream program, a philanthropic initiative from the Boston-based Samuel Adams (SAM) brewery that aims to provide craft food, beverage and brewing entrepreneurs with access to financial advice, business coaching and loans. The program is put on in partnership with nonprofit lender Accion, and will be co-hosted by with local food business development startup Cureate. Baltimore-area small food and beverage business owners are invited to attend.
Samuel Adams' Brewing the American Dream program aims to provide craft food, beverage and brewing entrepreneurs with access to free financial advice, business coaching and loans.
In this case, it led us to Boston Beer’s new Sam ‘76, which the company launched recently amid a slowdown in sales and questions about its ability to innovate. For Barron’s Next 50 stock Boston Beer (SAM), it turns out, Sam ‘76 is pretty important—illustrated by the fact that the company plans a substantial boost in advertising, promotional and selling expense in 2018 to both fire up interest in its current line and new products like this one.