ABEV is up, people drowning sorrows in favorite beers?
Why the hell have I never heard of $ABEV
Remember when COVID first hit, and ABEV plummeted because people were deadass afraid to buy Corona?
This country is absolutely retarded.
I have a $20 PLTR sept call and $3 ABEV April call both are up 😊
I did beat both S&P and Tesla returns last year mainly on energy heavy lifters (DVN/CNQ), but let go of DVN in Dec.. Still holding CNQ for long term but it's kind of expensive now...
If you want some better names for the next 5 years, these are my highest conviction for a 3 year hold:
FTI, MTCH, DOLE, EPD, AMZN, SCHYY, SAFRY
If/when oil gets back to near $55 I am also going to back up the truck on MNRL because fracking is a dead industry and US shale fields depleting.
My full portfolio is much more balanced though than yours..over 30 names (NTR, TJX, WMB, TRV, ABEV..). I'm already financially on good shape that I don't need to work full time (although I like my job)..my goal is just to keep up with inflation.
I recently saw someone promoting ABEV here, maybe a couple of months ago. It looked like a loser then and nothing has changed.
Interesting. I’m gonna start with 20 shares tomorrow. ABEV🚀🚀🚀
The entire ibovespa market trades like this. Look at GGB, PBR, VALE, BBD, ITUB, SID, ABEV. Everything in Brazil trades incredibly cheap compared to counterparts in "1st world" markets. In my opinion, equally high risk exists in the US, Canada, and Europe. They're just different types of risk, and western investors understand them better than foreign markets. So they take an unnecessarily steep discount. Russia and Africa are similar as well. Just have to be able to withstand the issues associated with area. I personally hold positions in PBR, VALE, and GGB.
Throw it in a Roth, then buy high dividend stocks like MO, O, ABEV. All your gains in your Roth are Tax Exempt and by the time you retire you have a good chunk of money.
KO and PEP are solid buys, nice dividends. As far as beer I like BUD, but TAP more. ABEV is a nice long hold that is on sale right now for sure.
You have bought an option, it appears and you are long
1 ABEV expiring Oct 15 2021
call at strike 3.50 for 0.04 for a gross cost with commissions of 4.66
ABEV … nvm I just looked and I sold it. So, KTOS.
Abev calls are gonna take me to tendie town
Yes just buy the one stock buy ABEV stock and put everything you have into it for peace of mind good luck
I’ve seen some good DD on here, but I always use it as a jumping off point to do my own DD
I made a lot of money on MT and TX (steel plays) after reading some good posts on steel, then after doing my own research and seeing that the numbers (free cash flow, return on equity, EV/EBITDA, etc) we’re all insane and learning that the theory for steel to continue to grow made sense.
ABEV is another one. Saw a good post on it, did my own research and saw it had by far the best numbers of all the other beer manufacturers and also had some potential due to Brazil currency, and make a great return on it.
Of course a large portion of the tickets I see on here are bad that don’t hold up to my own further scrutiny
Take a look at ABEV and VALE. Both Brazil and Chile with their dependence on commodities stand to gain with increased inflation. If not going full ape, you can also consider EWZ or ECH
ABEV leaps are the way. It’s not too late to join the party bus to tendy town.
Time to get 🦈🍻🦖🍺🎉 and forget this week. Bag and tendie holders alike arise
I thinks another stock all of you apes should look into is Ambev ($ABEV) It's only about $3 right now
I've actually never traded ABEV but it's still way below pre-pandemic prices. Picking up some up now. Gotta diversify the booze portfolio.
CallsonAlcohomism what a fucking champ name. I’d like to think you have as many ABEV leaps as I do. 1/20/23 ABEV 4.5 is the play
Any thoughts on $ABEV? I bought a while ago, it's booze related (I like booze), subsidiary of $BUD so I think it'll do well but I'm also a dumbass
AmBev SA ( ABEV ) GOTTA DRINK IT TIL IT GOES TO THE MOON 🚀
ABEV. Soft drink and beer conglomerate in South America. The stock is only 3.81 currently. Market cap is 60 billion
When I did my research it had by far the best financials of the big beer companies, and the Brazilian currency is doing well which further helps them
ABEV look tasty. Why u like it? Price target?
Anyone else with any ABEV? I’m wondering whether it will be grouped in with meme stocks and plummet or if it’s naturally growing on its own steam. Cash out or hold?
Any reason why you would go for ABEV and not it's parent inbev? They are a huge company so you would have more exposure to all their brands. Also you would be exposed worldwide, not just to their Brazilian subsidiary.
I'm a fan of alcohol stocks, especially in the pandemic and post pandemic. I bought DGE in the pandemic and it's done me well. Can't go wrong really, when times are hard people often increase their alcohol consumption.
Thanks for the advice, made some good money on ABEV since their earnings 👍
Not sure why I have a bunch of abev leaps but I'm thankful for them.
Second piece of free advice: avoid pennies like the plague
Everyone popular penny stock on Reddit or online in general has plummeted the past few months (OZSC, TLSS, SNPW) as case studies
Now If you want to do some large cap stocks that only cost a few dollars that’s different. ABEV is one I personally like
I’ll check it out. I’d also recommend you check out CIG or ABEV - these Brazilian companies have great leadership and fundamentals and are EXTREMELY undervalued at their price. Also great because their industries should grow exponentially in the coming years as brazil’s population booms and water becomes more scarce
BRAZIL stonks. $CIG, $ABEV, got hundreds of calls in each dirt cheap. A steal. Great valuations too for the boomers
I bought ABEV july $3c for pennies several weeks ago. They may hit $3 before the end of next week at this point. 🤣
Thats all nice and all.
But that is not going to stop Jimbo from Texas going to a sold out rangers game and spending $100 dollars on Busch light (ABEV) after eating at his favorite restaurant LongHorn Steakhouse (DRI) where he got himself 3 servings of some good ole American cola (KO). Hopefully he was a responsible Texan and ordered himself a Uber (UBER) to get to and from the game.
Honestly, COVID doesnt matter. Once the young adult population gets vaccinated in the next 2-3 months we are smooth sailing until fall again. We will not ever get back to 3k deaths a day. Just wont.
On top of that I can show you 79 million americans we could give a rats ass bout rising covid cases.
New at fundamental analysis, been trying to do some research to help diversify,, particularly on some foreign stocks and sectors outside of tech
To my untrained eyes: GSK and RHBBY for healthcare, ABEV for consumer staples, ALIZY for financial. Any thought on these stocks, or other recommendations for foreign stocks, or financial, materials, or consumer product stocks?
The ABEV stock price has been trending downward for 8 years. Compare that to KO or PEP which have been increasing basically their entire time in the market.
Obviously past history doesn't guarantee future action, but I'd be weary of any investment that has that long of a down trend.
I’ve been getting ready to jump into a consumer staples stock to help diversify from Tech
Coke is an obvious choice, but I also stumbled upon ABEV, which is a massive beer and soft drink conglomerate in Brazil. It’s numbers and ratios appear better than Coke and Pepsi (I am a massive amateur at fundamental analysis though). Am I missing something or is this a solid investment?
ABEV hit a nice trend bottom and looks like ERzj is setting up for a long-term H&S breakout. Both have a nice 40% or so upside.
The past couple weeks made me realize I need to diversify a bit more so I’m looking into suggestions to add for my research. Sectors I’m particularly looking at:
Materials: rare earth and lithium mining. LAC seems like an option for lithium. Lumber and paper (Or any other ‘green packing’, I feel like paper packaging will go up as single use plastics phase out)
Consumer staples: Looking at beer stocks bars and events eventually reopen. ABEV is one that has piqued my interest.
Just had my son and daughter yell out the first four letters that pop in their brain. Son, ABEV. Daughter AMAR. Don’t know shit about either. But they exist. Ones a pink sheet, but I’m buying first thing at open. You may say I’m an idiot. I won’t argue: but the kids can’t possibly do worse than me.
So here's what I don't get:
If alcohol sales have been booming during the pandemic, then why has its stock done so poorly, while others like SAM (side note: congrats to whoever bought this in 2020!), BUD, and even TAP (which is actually losing money) have all done better over the course of the pandemic? Why is ABEV going down with others are going up?
And if you're banking on the end of the pandemic boosting the price, why? It's implied that alcohol sales are booming because of the current situation; wouldn't you expect a decrease in alcohol sales once this is behind us? And if that's the case, then why would you expect declining revenue to boost the share price? Especially why would you expect it to double post-pandemic?
Yeah you wrote it weird. People are used to seeing ABEV 01/21/22 2.5C @.70
Since Heineken got a contact for distribution in Brazil, stock prices have shit the bed. Hopefully it'll bounce back by summer but I wouldn't expect any big moves soon. It's rolling out this summer so I would imagine it staying low until people had a chance to feel out the competition. I got sucked into ABEV ([email protected] $2.71) like an idiot, thinking that with covid restrictions loosening up it would start to rocket but having major competition move in means slow gains at best. I plan on holding until fall or maybe right before Heineken's contract rolls out but best of luck to you all. I hope I'm wrong because nobody likes to lose, but it's important to do full DD, not just looking for what you want to see.
I lived in Colombia for 6 months and beer drinking is exploding down there. $ABEV owns Bogota Beer Company which has some of the best beer in Colombia and is rapidly growing. South America is one great place to be when it comes to beer, especially craft beer which is what they are getting into more.
Nice pick. I will be jumping on this train as well.
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$ABEV - Shit is about to pop off. Volume was up above 50 M today and they've had 2 strong earnings reports in a row during the worst of the pandemic. Vaccine production is way up. Brazil won't be a dumpster fire forever. Long calls going to the moon baby!! Get me a goddamn Modelo! Cheers retards!
What's up with the 2:30 rip up for select tickers? Erj and abev popped at the same time.
Am I the only retard that think ABEV is a good buy? 🙃
Damn, the last time they were this cheap pre-March was 2008
Anybody else have shares in ABEV? It is a solid safety stock with decent dividends, but the price is sooooo suppressed
ABEV, MVIS, NAKD, PLTR, PLM. Safe bets on ABEV and MVIS. No one gets stuck as long they can hold. NKAD and PLTR have ape meme energy
I'm long on ABEV...my opinion..for sure will at least double in the next year, good price to get in now... vaccine is rolling out and this is a stock that will likely climb as we move back to normal
ABEV is a great company and that is the problem and main reason it is declining even before covid. ABEV is already the biggest player, there isn't much more growth that can be done. If you are a boomer that wants a value stock that gives dividends this would be an ok pick but if you are expecting to have gains because of price action then i think you will be disapointed.
Imo if you want to play brazil's recovery checkout STNE a payment processor that is slowly becoming a giant. They already have a big share in Sao Paulo (where all the money in brazil is anyway) POS/MPOS and they also have online payments via their tech focused subsidiary Pagarme. If STNE decides to expand through LATAM they will be HUGE, basically the Adyen from brazil
I thought Corona is Constellation Brands (STZ)?
ABEV is just BUD but on the South American market? Is that right? That would make sense to me, but how come when I looked them up, none of that showed? It just showed four or so beers and said they were popular in Brazil.
BUD = ABEV
They own Corona, Stella Artois, Budweiser, and mayor popular brands in each LatAm country. If you've seen Fast 5, you see that in Brazil they drink lots of Brahma…
I'm just and autist that eats crayons and have experience with their products.
ABEV is being killed On-Premise due to the COVID-19 restaurant shutdowns. It is also taking a beating from the White Claw. Look at $SAM as a better pick short.
Might not be a bad move Abev is the free stock u get with webull everytime. Refer a friend abev Deposit Abev .
ABEV reports earnings on Thursday. It’s going to crush them, it’s a reopening play, get it while it’s hot kids.
To make a stock move nowadays, crushing earnings isn’t enough, it also had to surprise the low expectations. Look what’s happening to all the meme stocks, even if they crush earnings, they’re still way overvalued. Case and point RCL, beat expectations with a current depressed valuation made it go 🚀🚀🚀🚀
I got $ABEV as my free WeBull stock when it was around $4. I hope it goes up for you. I never thought that anyone would ever do DD on this stock. I was pretty surprised to see it. Good work.
Starting to branch out. https://www.anheuser-busch.com/brands.html
Scroll to the bottom and there's a set of links to their non-beer brands.
Edit: worth noting that ABEV does not include InBev's US markets, which trade under BUD. So US trends re: beer consumption won't directly impact this ticker.
I will definitely look into some abev. Gl and ty for ur efforts!
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Basically all of this, though I quibble about #7.
But yeah, currently sitting 1/2 in cash and 1/3 in safe, boring plays like FUJFY (subaru), ABEV (inbev Latam), and EADSY (Airbus). Starting to feel like I should move over to r/investing xD
Is this what's happening? I have like 30 shares $SAN and 3 of $ABEV. Total, under $100. Fidelity only received three shares total. I checked my statement, of course it says Margin. I bought these years ago... Has it been margin all this time? RH is such trash.
I really think they're trying to shaft Fidelity right now. I hope Fidelity sues the shit out of them.
Saw some dude comment about ABEV 3/19 2.5C on the daily thread last night.
Checked out the option chain. Super low volume, but 20K OI on the 4/16 2.5C, 5K OI on the 5C.
The rest of the dates and strikes have a couple hundred OI apiece.
Threw a couple hundred at the 2.5C.
Anyone able to weigh in on the unusual activity?
You guys know I love this sub, I wasn’t on the GME Hype train, but I still want the members of this sub to come up on top. The boomers who bought GME will panic sell much faster than the Diamond handed people of this sub, DONT LET THEM BEAT YOU TO THE PUNCH. They don’t stay up at night trolling with emojis N shit, they will sell and take whatever profit they have. I was the guy who got downvoted to oblivion for posting my 20k to 700k Nordstrom post. Here I have one more trade, I’ve been nurturing it, and I’m about 500k in these calls, it rhymes with my last play, return to the mean bet. Cheap calls, it isn’t a 10 bagger like Nordstrom but it’s an 2-3x, which is getting harder to find. What’s the best part is that the call is ITM. When I was asked last the only idea I had was PCG stock not option play and nobody was feeling me on that one 😂 I troll you guys but I do love y’all,
ABEV 2.5C 1/22/21
Although I believe the GME event would have happened with or without the stimulus check, the money supply did increased a lot recently. Check out this graphic https://fred.stlouisfed.org/graph/?g=ABEV
man this is making me want to drink early... ABEV 5c 01/21/22
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I started trading in high school and my first stock purchases, believe it or not, were Tesla & Netflix before either reached $40. Being a kid who didn't know anything, I sold both when I doubled my money, which was ~$6,000 to begin with. I then took my money to the options world and lost all my gains by letting call options expire worthless because I didn't understand vega. FFWD to the pandemic, I funded a futures account with $13.5k. March crash sent that account to $90k in less than a month as I built up to 3 full ES contracts short. Being full of myself, I traded like a moron until that account was back to $13k. The emotional pain drove me to read and search for new strategies. I spent some time in the Sosnoff camp selling options and quickly got bored. I then read 7 books in a couple months and the one that changed me was Options Volatility & Pricing by Sheldon Natenberg. I began to study options pricing and learned everything I could about volatility. I began scanning the market for low IV sector rotations and would scoop up the top 3-4 tickers by volume. I stuck to using no more than 50% of cash, no more than 3% of acct value in one play, no less than 30 DTE and all the way up to 700DTE, and avoiding memes & tech calls. I began hitting home runs, in the last month my best call performers have been X, AA, DISCA, GE, MT, VALE, FCX, M, JWN, ABEV.