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Nobody caters to both the couch potato as well as the pursuit of the experiential lifestyle better than Walt Disney.
Golfing great Tiger Woods is off to a strong start at this week's Arnold Palmer Invitational.
Consider this MNST bullishly biased vertical call spread expiring in June.
The price run-up from $56 looks like the pole of a bull flag formation.
Pepsico shares are up 5% since the start of the year, while Coca-Cola's stock are up 8.7%.
After trading sideways for 2 years, beverage company is back to the top of its range.
Shares of the energy-drink company are poised for an upside breakout.
One word continues to summarize Amazon: beast.
Spending has remained sub-par this spring.
Investors should be cautious even after Monster Beverage's revenue guidance for the year.
Try this call spread in MNST, but don't chase on this thin trading day.
Action may be mixed, but there's a strategy worth considering buried in the numbers.
It might take a couple of closes above $165 to signal a breakout on the upside, or $120 on the downside.
The energy-drink maker is sitting on a potential emerging-market payday.
A close below $140 on MNST will look bearish and potentially trap a lot of new longs.
It seems as if the best quarters are behind the beverage maker.
Analysts are overestimating Monster's potential for revenue growth and margin expansion.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says Goldman Sachs made the right call by moving Monster Beverage from its BUY to CONVICTION BUY list.
In the competitive energy drink market, Monster Beverage is outperforming many of its rivals.