Anheuser Busch Companies Inc.

BUD-N

NYSE:BUD

58.37
1.84 (3.06%)
Anheuser-Busch InBev SA/NV is a Belgian transnational beverage and brewing company with global headquarters in Leuven, Belgium.
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May 31, 2013

Big global brewer. Has the Brazilian exposure. With the World Cup next year and the Summer Olympics in 2016, it will be a major winner for it., The major problem is that it has a big exposure to the European markets where they are drinking less beer. You should do very well with this as a long-term hold. Has a reasonable yield.

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Big global brewer. Has the Brazilian exposure. With the World Cup next year and the Summer Olympics in 2016, it will be a major winner for it., The major problem is that it has a big exposure to the European markets where they are drinking less beer. You should do very well with this as a long-term hold. Has a reasonable yield.

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February 13, 2013

Philip Morris (PM-N) or Anheuser Busch (BUD-N)? If he were picking a sin stock, hands-down it would be tobacco.

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Philip Morris (PM-N) or Anheuser Busch (BUD-N)? If he were picking a sin stock, hands-down it would be tobacco.

PARTIAL BUY
PARTIAL BUY
August 21, 2012

Beer market is fascinating now because of all the consolidation. This company is in a fantastic position vis-à-vis their competitors because of the prominence of some of their brands and dominance in major markets. Wouldn’t buy a full position at this time, perhaps a 3rd in case of a pull back.

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Beer market is fascinating now because of all the consolidation. This company is in a fantastic position vis-à-vis their competitors because of the prominence of some of their brands and dominance in major markets. Wouldn’t buy a full position at this time, perhaps a 3rd in case of a pull back.

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April 7, 2008
Biggest business is beer and is a company that should not waver too much no matter what the economy is. He is focusing more on companies that have been affected and stocks are down a lot more. The price is not as attractive as others.
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Biggest business is beer and is a company that should not waver too much no matter what the economy is. He is focusing more on companies that have been affected and stocks are down a lot more. The price is not as attractive as others.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
January 30, 2008
(Market Call Minute.) Discretionary spending and thinks people will not spend quite as much.
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(Market Call Minute.) Discretionary spending and thinks people will not spend quite as much.
BUY
BUY
December 6, 2007
Good quality stock. Looking extremely attractive right now on a valuation basis. The dividend yield. Dividend growth and as the dividend grows the price will follow.
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Good quality stock. Looking extremely attractive right now on a valuation basis. The dividend yield. Dividend growth and as the dividend grows the price will follow.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
June 12, 2007
Long term stable free cash generating. Sees growth in high single digits, which doesn't excite him.
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Long term stable free cash generating. Sees growth in high single digits, which doesn't excite him.
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November 27, 2006
Beer consumption has been declining. A good free cash flow generator. Has been able to buy back its stock. If you can get it at $42, it would be good.
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Beer consumption has been declining. A good free cash flow generator. Has been able to buy back its stock. If you can get it at $42, it would be good.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
September 14, 2006
Prefers Foment Economico Mexican (FMX-N). The problem in the US is that with an ageing population, there is going to be more demand for wines and spirits than for beers. Growth prospects are very limited.
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Prefers Foment Economico Mexican (FMX-N). The problem in the US is that with an ageing population, there is going to be more demand for wines and spirits than for beers. Growth prospects are very limited.
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DON'T BUY
September 27, 2005
Volume and pricing has been very bad, especially over the last summer. There are some real issues that they are losing some market share of their main brands. There's a lot of pricing pressure going on and they are discounting.
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Volume and pricing has been very bad, especially over the last summer. There are some real issues that they are losing some market share of their main brands. There's a lot of pricing pressure going on and they are discounting.
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