TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said he'll be paying close attention to Monster Beverage's (MNST) investor meeting after the closing bell on Tuesday. Cramer has been a big fan of Monster's shares and has recommended that investors buy the stock, but he is concerned because the shares ran-up ahead of the meeting. Cramer prefers when stocks are not up ahead of an analyst meeting because if the company's comments are not what investors expect, then there is a possibility the stock could take a hit. While Cramer believes that Monster will have positive comments on its' distribution in China and its' European deal with Coca-Cola (KO), what he is very interested to hear about is the company's market share. Cramer said, 'They need to take share away from Red Bull. Only share take is going to drive that stock higher.'
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