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About the Company
Castle Brands Inc. sells beverage alcohol products primarily in the United States. Its beverage alcohol categories include rum, whiskey, liqueurs, vodka, tequila, and wine. The company offers its products under Goslings Rum, Stormy Ginger Beer, Dark n Stormy ready-to-drink cocktail, Jefferson’s Bourbons, Rye Whiskey, Pallini Liqueurs, Clontarf Irish Whiskey, Knappogue Castle Whiskey, Brady's Irish cream, Boru Vodka, Tierras Tequila, Celtic Honey Liqueur, and others.
What Other Analysts Won't Tell You
Castle Brands is a fallen angel from days gone by, and shares never seem to keep their head above water long enough to please the investor base even though they make $15M per quarter, this is a classic roach motel where you can get in but you can’t get out with your life. Back in the day, shares were $7 or better, but these days they waffle between the $1 and $2 range, which is incredibly boring. Stay away from Castle.
They make booze
They have never sent me any.
Steve Kanaval is the author of the upcoming Equities.com's Small-Cap Throwdown, a premium newsletter designed to help investors identify the best small-cap stocks to add to your portfolio and trading ideas to profit off them. The first issue pits the hottest beverage small-cap stocks against each other to find a winner. Sign-up here for a free issue today!
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