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Monster Beverage gets a boost at BTIG. BTIG takes up numbers and price target on Monster Beverage (MNST), a stock that Jim "El Capitan" Cramer mentioned that he favors in his opening missive today.
Why should investors should take a look at the name? Energy drinks account for approximately 90% of Monster's sales, and the brand holds the No. 2 market share in energy drinks in the U.S., behind Red Bull.
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Big short on MNST? My Gnome, high above the Alps, is hearing rumors that a large, well-known hedge fund is taking a major short position in Monster Beverage (MNST). I recently discussed my experience with the beverage.
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