I expect the institutional investors will be unloading in a very serious way in the coming weeks. The hedge funds will be the first to get out, with the "serious" funds getting out later.
There is no way the pension funds should be in MNST. The company will never pay a dividend, with only management profiting on the way down thanks to extremely generous options they give to themselves.
The govt. pensions are in MNST in a big way, especially CA and NJ. They will be too slow to get out, letting the tax payers pick up the losses to meet the pension obligations.
I expect MNST will be bankrupt within 5 years.
JMHO, of course.
Dream on, shortie.