National Beverage Corp.

  • Shark and Minnows: A Look at Three Nonalcoholic Drinks Companies

    By Delian Naydenov - July 31, 2013 | Tickers: KO, LWAY, FIZZ

    For the past few years, the large soda companies, such as Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO), have been increasingly blamed for their role in the obesity problem in the U.S. However, they continue to do okay due to their international operations and financial power. Increasingly, competition is arising from smaller companies such as National Beverage (NASDAQ: FIZZ) and Lifeway Foods (NASDAQ: LWAY).

    The recent record-high temperatures are likely to boost more »

  • National Beverage Is Breaking Out

    By Nat Stewart - May 22, 2013 | Tickers: FIZZ

    In my previous articles on National Beverage (NASDAQ: FIZZ), I successfully predicted last fall’s special dividend, and then more recently set a conservative price target of $20 per share.  Since I published my price target in the March 29article, National Beverage has broken out and is up almost 15%.  Is it still a buy?  I am not one to lead readers on with suspense, so let me state it more »

  • 3 Pepper-Uppers for Your Portfolio

    By AnnaLisa Kraft - May 8, 2013 | Tickers: CVGW, FIZZ, SENEA

    Whose portfolio couldn't use a little Vitameatavegamin? Not everything has soared in this run to Dow 15,000. Maybe you need a little diversification and are looking for some promising small caps.

    You probably remember the classic I Love Lucy skit where Lucy gets drunk while filming a commercial for the alcohol-laced tonic. But seriously, using the Motley stock screener (look under the CAPS tab) I discovered more »

  • A Buffet of Special Dividends

    By Anh HOANG - December 4, 2012 | Tickers: LVS, FIZZ, WFM

    It seems that many companies are rewarding their own shareholders before the “fiscal cliff” comes. Investors are treated overwhelmingly by a buffet of “special dividends.” A new investor, who comes in after “special dividend announcement,” should not buy into those companies just because of their special dividends; they should pick companies carefully to they're suitable for the investor's portfolio. Here are the top three companies, with their special more »

  • Making Water Different

    By William Bias - November 12, 2012 | Tickers: KO, FIZZ, NSRGY, PEP

    In an earlier article I talked about the impact of healthy lifestyles on Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO) sparkling beverages and how the bottled water brand, Dasani, gained market share. I also highlighted concerns about the lack of a competitive barrier surrounding those products:

    While it’s great that Coca-Cola’s bottled water gained market share, the competition for water far outnumbers the competition for carbonated sodas. Every grocery store out there carries a brand of bottled water. It’s easier to bottle water than to make soda with the taste of Coca-Cola.”

  • 4 Companies That Will Benefit From the Healthy Lifestyles Trend

    By William Bias - November 2, 2012 | Tickers: KO, COT, FIZZ, NSRGY

    With the New York City ban on sodas over 16 oz, it is clear that the new paradigm leans toward a healthier lifestyle. Politicians and business executives alike worry about rising healthcare costs. Within the beverage industry lays opportunity as companies adapt to this trend by slowly moving away from the traditional soda business and into “healthier” products such as bottled water and juice. Four companies stand to benefit.

  • Why Coca-Cola isn’t Fizzling Out

    By Ryan Guenette - August 14, 2012 | Tickers: KO, DPS, MNST, FIZZ, PEP

    The Coca-Cola brand is one of the most globally recognized trademarks in the world. According to a recent statistic released by Steel Media, the red and white Coca-Cola logo is recognized by 94% of the world’s population. 3.1% of all the beverages consumed around the world are Coke products, with 1.7 billion trademarked drinks being consumed a day. According to BrandZ Top 100, The Coca-Cola brand is more »

  • Is it Time to Tame this Monster?

    By Ryan Guenette - August 7, 2012 | Tickers: KO, DPS, MNST, FIZZ, PEP

    Monster Beverage Corporation (NASDAQ: MNST) has been on a rampage during the last year. The company has risen 44.95% year to date and 76.51% over the course of the last year, racing to new all-time highs nearly every day, yet recently Monster has seemed more like a terrified kitty cat than the monster it is. During the last month Monster Beverage has declined 10.82% while the S more »

  • Finding Quality in Management and Business

    By Nikhil Shamapant - February 19, 2012 | Tickers: FIZZ, TNH, USNA, CALL

    The goal of investing is to yield the maximum capital on your cash. To 'work' your money as hard as it can go without spreading itself too thin. The best way to do this? By quality businesses. The most comfortable way to do this? By management you can trust. Of course there are a number of ways in which to measure these qualities, but the metrics I have chosen here more »