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.
your using 2004 numbers to pump mnst ...lmfao !!!!!! its overvalued based on earnings and growth est... the numbers don't lie only baggies like you..... and the short data is right from finrs the same numbers DUMBO!!!!!