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Rising sin taxes haven't stopped SABMiller from making liquid profits… Don't miss out on this investment opportunity!

by , 11 April 2013

1 April saw the introduction of new sin taxes - this caused the price of beer to go up by 7c for a 340ml can of beer. But that doesn't mean you should turn away from investing in top ‘sin stocks'. SABMiller, for example, is ahead of the curve. It's planning to boost beer sales by up to 9% a year by slashing prices by using more local grains and cheaper packaging. This, in turn, will mean great profit for its investors...
 
Need yet another reason to invest in SABMiller? 
 
It’s looking to lure more drinkers with cheap beer, says Fin24.
 
Up to now, illegal home brewing has kept beer drinkers looking for cheaper drinking options away from bigger brewers like SABMiller.
 
But SABMiller has taken this to heart and has launched cassava-based beers into the African market.
 
Now, brewers like SABMiller are legally offering these home-brewed styled beers at cheaper rates than their mainstream beers and this will help it capture a huge sector of the market, adds Gary Barford on FSP Invest.
 
Cheaper beer means more beer sales and bigger profits for SABMiller!
 
And that’s why you should invest in SABMiller today, if you haven’t already done so.
 
It’s profits are already impressive and now, thanks to this new captive market, profits are set to skyrocket.
 
Plans to invest in Africa show SABMiller will continue to see huge profits over the next few years…
 
SABMiller also plans to invest up to $500 million a year outside South Africa by opening two new breweries in Africa in each of the next three years, adds Fin24.
 
And most attractive of all, SABMiller will actively make the beer cheaper for consumers by providing more draft beer to cut the cost of packaging.
 
It’s innovative thinking like this that makes SABMiller an “excellent defensive share and offers South African investors one of the best investments available,” explains Leon Kok of The South African Investor.
 
So if you haven’t already done so, invest in SABMiller today. 
 


Rising sin taxes haven't stopped SABMiller from making liquid profits… Don't miss out on this investment opportunity!
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