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Last night it was Priceline.com; tonight it's Monster Beverage. Last night, after the close, Priceline.com (PCLN) spit the bit. Tonight, Monster Beverage (MNST) misses top and bottom line and reduces guidance -- the shares are down by nearly 20%, or...
TNGO is a smaller, off-the-radar name that has my attention. Also, a look at MNST.
These three, all due to report this week, are looking particularly interesting here.
Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at economic data and earnings scheduled for the coming week.
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Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include USG Corp., Domino's Pizza, and Ascena Retail.
Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include U.S. Steel, Whole Foods Market, and American Electric.
The stock has shown undeniable resilience, so I'd pick up shares on a pullback to this level.
Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include Las Vegas Sands, Monster Beverage, and Nuance.
I hate the idea of buying a stock on a rumor. I just got an amazing phone call from a friend who bought Monster Beverage (MNST) on a takeover rumor today. Of course, the potential takeover candidate is Monster Worldwide (MWW), not Monster Beverage....
Monster beverages are not a fad says Jim Cramer. He advises deep calls as a way to trade.
The company has a compelling growth story, but if it trips up, it will crush you.
Monster Beverages continues to wow the street with its energetic earnings, fueling the Coke rumors again.
Coke is battling a contamination scandal, stock split news and fallout from its rumored deal with Monster drinks.
Scott Redler of T3Live review the day's market action and sets up your trading plan for the next session.
Monster has shot so high, I can't even project a good target here. But the trend is undoubtedly bullish.
This market needs to catch its breath -- and this will probably happen sooner rather than later.
Retailers are driving the action before the bell as the market awaits key economic data.
U.S. futures are pointing lower despite some big deals in the offing.
Despite the massive upsurge, there are still a few interesting setups to consider here.
Plenty of risk remains, so watch your step -- especially given that earnings season is just getting under way.