Dow's New High: Too Late to Buy?

The following video is from Thursday's Investor Beat, in which host Chris Hill, and analysts Matt Argersinger and Jason Moser dissect the hardest-hitting investing stories of the day.

In today's installment, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJINDICES: ^DJI  ) hits another all-time high. Is it too late for investors to buy stocks? Our investors talk about fears of a coming market correction, and whether or not there is any upside left for investors today, and give a couple of stocks they still like, even in this market climate. That story, plus today's four biggest rises and falls, and three stocks we'll be watching closely this week, that you should be watching too.

One of the stocks our guys still like, even with the Dow at new highs, is Boston Beer. Boston Beer's Samuel Adams brand helped to redefine beer and kick off the craft beer revolution in the United States. Success breeds competition, though, and, while just a few years ago, Boston Beer had claim over most of the craft beer shelf, today the field is crowded. Can Boston Beer rise above the rest, or will it be squeezed between small local breweries on one side, and global beer giants on the other? To help you decide, we've compiled a premium research report filled with everything you need to know about Boston Beer's risks and opportunities. Just click here now to find out whether Boston Beer is a buy today.


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