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Incredibly, his advertising judgment may actually be a bit worse than his stock-picking rating suggests.
Analyst #7,140's advice for successful ads focused on three key requirements: humor, "emotional resonance," and production values. Humor is unmistakably #1 on his list.
Now you'd think that any analyst's careful analysis about what works in advertising might include looking closely at today's big winner brands in the beer business. These are the brands coining real money.
Analyst #7,140's "analysis" missed the key driver of successful beer ads, namely a focus on what makes your brand different from, and implicitly superior to, other brands. Although humor (and other ad gimmickry like "emotional resonance" and production values) can certainly be used to make the point of product distinctiveness, chasing humor alone is like trying to quench your thirst with an empty beer glass. There's no substance.
We wouldn't think of offering our own ideas for stock-market picks. If we did, you'd almost certainly lose money by following our advice.
On the other hand, our advice on humor for Bud Light (and other beer brands) is pretty much money in the bank.