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    Default goodbye MNST

    short the pullbacks. May pullback 50% of this run then continue down at an equal distance of the previous swing. In other words..

    target around 22
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    All the energy drink companies are going to get hit.... government restrictions coming I think.

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    Where there's a bull there's a bear. Insiders have been loading up on MNST, and there are allegations against the beverage but no concrete link to the deaths. I think it may drop a little lower due to the market being jumpy, but once the sell off stops (which should be soon) I think this will be a great buying opportunity!
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    I bet Rob Dyrdek isnt likeing that news...

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    Guess we know who NOT to take stock advice from, lol.

    Up over 17% today...
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    Word lol rode it for 10%
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    This stock is like Vegas. I owned some of this stock about 17 years ago when it was just Hansens as HANS, then sold it for $20k profit when it moved up some, whereas if I held long term would have been $2.8 million now. Crap, that still hurts, as thats a lot of money to me. But hindsight is easy to judge right or wrong. But I like the product personally as a drink and tastes good to me & tired of the same old soda drinks out here, diet Coke, Pepsi...geez! I buy the drink mostly for taste rather than kick. But even though I sold way back then, I still got back in over the years and did pretty good by holding so far. Seems to be more risk with it now, not like years ago as a simple health drink company, but I am still hanging in with it. If coke buys the company or someone else, not sure if I would really like that or not, as it may then just disappear into cokes same old blah product line. Plus who knows how they would market the product, being so conservative.
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    Here is my Monster stock, or rather stocked up on Monster: WIKD Monsta Man | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
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    ^haha I have that same stockpile in my garage man. Cant beat a blue monster!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JanDaMan View Post
    This stock is like Vegas. I owned some of this stock about 17 years ago when it was just Hansens as HANS, then sold it for $20k profit when it moved up some, whereas if I held long term would have been $2.8 million now. Crap, that still hurts, as thats a lot of money to me. But hindsight is easy to judge right or wrong. But I like the product personally as a drink and tastes good to me & tired of the same old soda drinks out here, diet Coke, Pepsi...geez! I buy the drink mostly for taste rather than kick. But even though I sold way back then, I still got back in over the years and did pretty good by holding so far. Seems to be more risk with it now, not like years ago as a simple health drink company, but I am still hanging in with it. If coke buys the company or someone else, not sure if I would really like that or not, as it may then just disappear into cokes same old blah product line. Plus who knows how they would market the product, being so conservative.
    2.8 MILLION? Jesus!

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