Molson Coors Brewing Company

  • This Brewer Is Cheap No Matter What Kind of Beer Americans Like

    By Ted Cooper - August 19, 2013 | Tickers: BUD, SAM, TAP

    Investing is an undertaking with inherent uncertainties; since the value of a company is the present value of its future cash flows, the ability to discern a company's future earning power is a crucial attribute for good investing. For many companies, this is a difficult undertaking. However, for Molson Coors Brewing (NYSE: TAP), the future may be good enough to justify its stock price no matter what happens.

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  • The Liquor Stock Taste Test for Your Portfolio

    By Phillip Woolgar - August 14, 2013 | Tickers: BEAM, ABV, TAP

    Alcohol takes on many forms, and that is why it is important to cater your portfolio to its specific taste. If you want high volume international sales, there's an liquor stock for that. If you want to get in on the premium bourbon market, there's a liquor stock for that. If you want exposure to Latin America, there is an liquor stock for that. Here is a taste more »

  • 4 Post-Earnings Movers: Are Any a Buy?

    By Brian Nichols - August 14, 2013 | Tickers: EOG, FOSL, TAP, Z

    Last week, the market witnessed its biggest three-day loss in months. Post-earnings movers have attracted investors' eyes as a place to find value. However, are any of these post-earnings movers presenting upside after earnings?

    A point of excessive expectations
    Zillow (NASDAQ: Z) has seen an incredible 200% rally in 2013, but last week, it fell 9% after missing on the bottom line and barely beating expectations on the top line more »

  • Lacking Light: 2 Brewers Adjusting to America's Changing Taste

    By Ben Popkin - August 14, 2013 | Tickers: BUD, TAP

    Major beer producers such as Molson Coors (NYSE: TAP) and Anheuser Busch InBev (NYSE: BUD) have profited from the success of light beers, but recent studies have shown that people are moving away from the cheaper suds in favor of higher-quality or better-tasting adult beverages. According to Alcoholic Beverage DemandTracker, the main reason people gave for drinking less light beer is that they are “getting tired of the tastes.” Amid more »

  • Despite Good Growth, This Large Craft Brewer Looks Expensive Now

    By Anh HOANG - August 13, 2013 | Tickers: BUD, SAM, TAP

    Shareholders of Boston Beer (NYSE: SAM) must be quite happy, as the company has experienced a significant rise since the market bottom in 2009, from only 19 per share to more than $211.60 per share. As Boston Beer seems to be quite expensive now, being valued at nearly 35 times its forward earnings, is that too late for new investors to come in? Could Boston Beer have more room more »

  • Is This Beer Behemoth Drinking up All the Industry Profits?

    By Anh HOANG - August 6, 2013 | Tickers: BUD, SAM, TAP

    Recently, Anheuser Busch InBev (NYSE: BUD) has experienced a huge rise in the market price, from $88.80 per share to nearly $98 per share, its two month high, within just several days. The bullish market momentum for AB InBev was mainly due to the growing second quarter operating revenue. AB InBev was in the investment portfolios of many famous investors including Tom Russo, Jean-Marie Eveillard and Steven Cohen. Is more »

  • Brewing Profits: The Beer Industry

    By patricio kehoe - July 29, 2013 | Tickers: BUD, CCU, TAP

    Beer is one of those beverages that nobody likes when tasting for the first time. Nonetheless, it has been around for several centuries now, and shows no signs of going away. Are brewers making profits? Let us take a look at the world leader, Anheuser-Busch Inbev (NYSE: BUD), a South American contender, Compañia Cervecerias Unidas (NYSE: CCU), and a renewed North American peer, Molson Coors Brewing (NYSE: TAP).

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  • Should You Tap Into Or Out of Molson Coors?

    By Dan Moskowitz - July 20, 2013 | Tickers: BUD, SAM, TAP

    Many people think breweries perform well in recessions, but this is a Wall Street myth. While it’s true that breweries perform better than most companies during recessions, they’re not the most resilient stocks available. Therefore, if you’re concerned about the broader market eventually hitting a wall, then you might want to look into Wal-Mart, Dollar Tree, or Johnson & Johnson (amongst many others).

    However, if you’re confident more »

  • Celebrate America With These Four Stocks

    By Ryan Palmer - July 11, 2013 | Tickers: JAH, KRFT, TAP

    It has been over 237 years since our country declared independence, although the day we celebrate was not actually the day America decided it would be independent.

    On July 2, 1776, the Second Continental Congress voted to officially accept American hero Richard Henry Lee's resolution to establish independence from Great Britain. Two days later, on July 4, congress officially approved a statement outlining the reasons behind the decision. Primarily more »

  • Your Portfolio should also Drink Wisely

    By ADITYA LADHA - July 10, 2013 | Tickers: BUD, STZ, TAP, SBMRY

    The Brewery industry has seen some highs in the current year and some surprise acquisitions have taken place with regulatory bodies coming into the picture. With summer hovering around, beer is the drink of the season for men. Let’s see which one quenches the thirst of our portfolio too. 

    Constellation Brands Inc. (NYSE: STZ) came up with its Q1 earnings last week and somewhat disappointed investors. It declared adjusted more »

  • Keep Cool This Summer With These Beer Stocks

    By Bob Ciura - June 28, 2013 | Tickers: BUD, SAM, TAP

    As the Fourth of July nears, it’s likely many Americans will come face-to-face with many of their favorite adult beverages at a social gathering with family or friends. Some of the best stocks to own offer products that can be found in millions of homes across the country. Beer is one of those products, which consumers keep buying no matter the prevailing economy.

    Beer stocks, just like the temperature more »

  • Craft Beer Might be Getting Too Popular for Sam Adams

    By Sam Mattera - June 24, 2013 | Tickers: BUD, SAM, TAP

    If you're bullish on high-quality, craft beer, you might be inclined to purchase shares of Sam Adams-maker Boston Beer (NYSE: SAM). The stock has been a great growth story, rallying over 300% in the last five years, and 25% in 2013 alone.

    The demand for craft beer is up, particularly among millennials -- the only group of beer drinkers that’s actually growing in number. But along with that demand more »

  • An Alcoholic Beverage Company With Great Potential

    By Dan Moskowitz - June 20, 2013 | Tickers: BUD, STZ, TAP

    Constellation Brands (NYSE: STZ) recently acquired the U.S. beer business of Grupo Modelo from Anheuser-Busch (NYSE: BUD) for $4.75 billion. Is this a good deal or a bad one, and how will if affect the stock price going forward?  

    Constellation Brands is kind of a big deal

    Constellation Brands has outperformed peers Anheuser-Busch and Molson Coors Brewing (NYSE: TAP) by wide margins year to date:

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  • Should You Buy These Brewers?

    By John Timmes - June 20, 2013 | Tickers: BUD, SAM, TAP

    Now that summer is upon us, there are more than a few reasons to enjoy a cold one. Whether at a barbeque, the beach, or the ballpark, summer is a great time to enjoy a beer or five. However, beer sales have been declining for several years for a variety of reasons. The economy, weather patterns, and health awareness have all caused beer sales to shrink. While companies were hopeful more »

  • This Wine Distributor Tripled Last Year; Should You Sell or Hold?

    By Matthew Frankel - June 10, 2013 | Tickers: STZ, DEO, TAP

    Editor's Note: The initial article stated that Jose Cuervo is owned by Diageo. This is incorrect; Cuervo is family owned and Diageo provides international distribution for the brand. This version has been corrected and Motley Fool apologizes for the error.

    Constellation Brands (NYSE: STZ) produces and markets a wide variety of alcoholic beverages, with a list of wine and imported beer brands in its portfolio. What stood out to more »

  • Steel City Bars Ban Boston Beer

    By Mark Morelli - June 7, 2013 | Tickers: SAM, BREW, TAP

    If you live in Pittsburgh or are traveling there during the NHL playoff series between the hometown team, the Penguins, and the Boston Bruins, you may not find certain kinds of beer.

    Several bars announced that they will not serve beer from the Boston area. It could be called the Great Boston Beer Ban.

    Will this slow the growth of Boston Beer Co. (NYSE: SAM), the number one craft brewer more »

  • Reasons to Stay Bullish on the S&P 500

    By Richard Cox - May 24, 2013 | Tickers: CAG, TAP, ^GSPC

    The main story in the financial markets for the second quarter has been the historic bull push in the S&P 500 (SNPINDEX: ^GSPC). Prices have seen a steady run higher in recent weeks, with no real examples of corrective pullbacks to the downside. Investors looking to buy-in at bargain prices are likely to feel as though the “train has left the station,” and that it is impossible at this more »

  • A Rally Is on Tap for This Brewer

    By Ted Cooper - May 21, 2013 | Tickers: BUD, SAM, TAP

    Big beer is in trouble. For decades, Amercians were content to drink watered-down beer so long as it was a brand they recognized. However, more and more Americans are starting to care what their alcoholic beverages taste like, thus giving rise to the domestic craft beer industry and lowering sales of past American favorites like Anheuser-Busch InBev's (NYSE: BUD) Budweiser.

    Although the craft beer industry poses a major threat more »

  • The Cider House Rules for Brewers

    By AnnaLisa Kraft - May 16, 2013 | Tickers: BUD, SAM, TAP

    There are some places where you can't get a bad meal or a bad drink, Paris, Frisco, New Orleans. When I went to Paris I discovered cidre, apple cider with a kick. It went down all too easy with savory crepes and my friend and I were pleasantly surprised at how much we liked it (a little too much). Now Americans are discovering cidre.

    Cidre or hard cider (basically more »

  • When Dividend Growth Isn't Enough

    By Timothy Green - May 15, 2013 | Tickers: KO, TAP, PEP

    At the end April PepsiCo (NYSE: PEP) announced a 5.6% dividend increase, marking 41 years of consecutive annual dividend increases. This kind of long, consistent record is what many dividend growth investors look for in a stock, but what is often ignored is the interplay between the yield and the dividend growth rate. PepsiCo now yields 2.72% after the dividend increase, above the S&P 500 average but more »

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