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3 Reasons Altria Group Inc. Stock Could Rise

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Altria also earns some profit from its wholly owned Ste. Michelle Wine Estates division, which makes brands including Columbia Crest and Chateau Ste. Michelle. But SABMiller is a much larger component of Altria's overall profitability, and hanging onto its exposure to the beer and wine segment give Altria a possible growth strategy even if tobacco keeps declining.

Altria has already benefited greatly from these factors, and so some might still argue they're already reflected in the stock's price. Nevertheless, as events develop, these three things could contribute further to Altria's performance in the future.

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