Monster Beverage

Monster Beverage is a holding company. Through its subsidiaries, the company develops, markets, sells and distributes energy drink beverages and concentrates for energy drink beverages under Monster Energy?, Monster Energy Ultra?, Monster Rehab?, Monster MAXX?, Java Monster?, Muscle Monster?, Ultra Energy?, and Mutant?. The company has three segments: Monster Energy? Drinks, which is comprised of the company's Monster Energy? drinks; Strategic Brands, which is comprised of the various energy drink brands from The Coca-Cola Company as well as its Predator? energy drinks; and Other, which is comprised of certain products sold by the company's subsidiary, American Fruits and Flavors LLC to independent third-party customers.
  • TickerMNST
  • ISINUS61174X1090
  • ExchangeNASDAQ Stock Market
  • SectorBeverages
  • CountryUnited States

Analysts

Dave Nicoski ...
  • Ross LaDuke

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ValuEngine Rating and Forecast Report for MNST

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Feasibility Study Results in December to be a Catalyst for this Junior

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Zain Akbari

Morningstar | Monster's International Presence Should Continue To Be a Source for Growth, Leveraging Its Brands

Monster Beverage has become a core player in the global energy drink market over the past decade, and we think its brand-driven intangible assets have helped it secure a narrow economic moat. Monster’s volume share exceeds that of its largest competitor, Red Bull, in the United States, but remains underindexed internationally (we estimate a mid-teens global volume share); even if its share doesn’t reach domestic levels, we believe that significant opportunity exists abroad. We think the firm’s geographic diversification should help offset decelerating volume in the U.S. (71% of 2018 revenue) a...

Zain Akbari

Monster's International Presence Should Continue To Be a Source for Growth, Leveraging Its Brands

Monster's continued international momentum was the highlight of its first-quarter earnings, as sales to customers outside of the U.S. (now contributing 30% of revenue) increased 17%, which was particularly impressive, lapping a 27% inc