Goldman Sachs thinks the long-term potential for Buy-rated Monster Beverage (MNST +0.7%) is...

Goldman Sachs thinks the long-term potential for Buy-rated Monster Beverage (MNST +0.7%) is enticing as it calls out shares to see $90 within two years. The company's promising pipeline in an under-penetrated category should keep growth rates high, according to the firm. Regulatory issues have bogged down shares so far in 2013, MNST down 5.2% YTD.

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  • deercreekvols
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    My question is simple:


    How many shares of MNST does Goldman Sachs own?


    I'm a little jaded by GS and their analysis. They stuck a "sell" rating on Nokia. They bought millions of shares of NOK while telling anyone reading their analysis to sell. Not sure how this legal and it is certainly not ethical.


    Not the best way to gain trust in the GS Department of Analysis.
    20 Feb 2013, 12:03 PM Reply Like
  • herbinsky
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    I wouldn't follow Goldman into a cat-house.
    20 Feb 2013, 12:32 PM Reply Like
  • redarrow5150
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    I think Judy Huang has been fair and consistent with MNST. Don't always agree with her but she asks some direct and pointed questions in CC.


    20 Feb 2013, 01:10 PM Reply Like
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