your valuation on HANS which is MNST now is a joke ...based on 5 year growth at 19% and 2013 EPS estimates of 2.19 for a low and 2.33 for a high and using the PEG formula shows MNST is overvalued at the current price of ...49.51
peg 1.0 = fair value
peg 1.0 based on 2013 eps = 41.61 pps ( based on low est) 44.27 pps (based on high est)
you cant read apparently. the post about HANS/MNST was from 2004 and their PEG and p/e were low. the stock went up 6000% after my post. and now hovers about 3000% up. the shares outstanding went from 11MM to 18oMM via 16 for 1 total effective stock splits.
You are a totally worthless poster. I'm done with you. Later.
a.not a baggie, it said long at .27. can you read?
b. you are FOS. I checked other stocks and the numbers do not correllate to short interest. not even close. their analytics are software based not empirically based.