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Monster Beverage Corp.(MNST:NASDAQ) Elliott Wave Technical Analysis 22 June 23

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Monster Beverage Corp., Elliott Wave Technical Analysis
Monster Beverage Corp., (MNST:NASDAQ): Daily Chart, 22 June 23,
MNST Stock Market Analysis: The stock has been moving as forecasted ever since the last update. Looking for upside as we seem to have found a bottom.  
MNST Elliott Wave Count: Wave (v) of {iii}.
MNST Technical Indicators: Above all averages.
MNST Trading Strategy: Looking for further upside into wave (v), wave {iii} could reach 1.618 {iii} vs. {i}.
TradingLounge Analyst: Alessio Barretta

Monster Beverage Corp., MNST: 4-hour Chart, 22 June 23
Monster Beverage Corp., Elliott Wave Technical Analysis
MNST Stock Market Analysis: Looking for upside into wave iii as we seem to be correcting in wave ii. Invalidation level stands at 56.5$
MNST Elliott Wave count:  Wave ii of  (v).
MNST Technical Indicators: 20EMA as support.  
MNST Trading Strategy: Looking for longs into wave iii.
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