Technical Briefing on Coca-Cola, Pepsico, Monster Beverage, and Dr Pepper Snapple

Tue Apr 16, 2013 8:02am EDT

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LONDON,  April 16, 2013  /PRNewswire/ --

The markets started the current trading week on a bearish note as all the major
indices tumbled down. The main reason behind the selloff is related to the
concerns about domestic and international economic growth rate. The consumer
goods sector also followed the market trend as consumer sentiments showed
negative bias. Our research team followed major companies like The Coca Cola
Company (NYSE: KO), PepsiCo Inc. (NYSE: PEP), Monster Beverage Corp (NASDAQ:
MNST) and Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc. (NYSE: DPS) which belongs to the
Beverages - Soft Drinks industry. StockCall has posted free technical research
reports on KO, PEP, MNST, and DPS and these can be accessed by signing up at

The Coca Cola Company closed its latest trading session at  $40.09, down 2.41
percent from its previous close. The stock traded in the range of  $40.05  and 
$40.99  in Monday's session and it traded 16.01 million shares. It is likely to
face its first resistance level at  $40.28, and upon breaching this level the
stock may go up to  $40.73. On the downside, Coca Cola's stock may tumble to 
$40.06  level. The stock is neutral as it sports the beta of 0.53. SO far in
2013, it gained 11.45 percent whereas in the past 52 weeks, it gained 11.45
percent of its value. The stock is in a bearish mode and has traded in the range
of  $35.58  and  $41.41  in the past 52 weeks. Download the free report on KO
upon registration at

PepsiCo Inc.'s stock is up 16.02 percent on a YTD basis, despite its 1.34
percent decline in the previous trading session. The stock closed at  $78.92 
after trading in the range of  $78.91  and  $80.02. The stock shows a neutral
streak, and it may touch the  $79.38  level. Its second resistance level is at 
$80.74. It traded 5.35 million shares during yesterday's session, up from its
average trading volume of 5.07 million shares. PepsiCo's shares are up 21.3
percent in the past 52 weeks and they have shown good gains thus far in 2013. It
is currently trading above its short-term moving average price of  $78.61  and
long-term average price of  $76.4. The company commands market capitalization of
 $123.23 billion. PEP technical report can be accessed for free by signing up at

Monster Beverage Corp.'s stock trimmed its YTD returns with 2.52 percent loss in
Monday's trading session. The stock traded in the range of  $55.27  and  $57.59 
and closed at  $55.32. However, it traded higher than average number of shares
at 2.33 million. The stock is in a neutral mode and is likely to maintain the
trend in the coming sessions. Its first resistance level is at  $56.80  and it
may test the support level of  $54.43  in the coming sessions. Upon breaching
this level, the stock may touch  $52.60  price point. Free report on MNST can be
accessed by registering at

Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc. closed its Monday's session at  $46.73, down 1.91
percent from its previous close. The stock shows a neutral trend and is likely
to face a pullback in the coming sessions. It may find support at  $46.00. Upon
breaching this level, it may go down to  $45.27  level. The stock traded 1.22
million shares during yesterday's session and it oscillated in the range of 
$46.73  and  $47.66, which is close to its 52 weeks high price of  $47.77. It
has appreciated 19.03 percent in the past 52 weeks. Register with StockCall and
download the research on DPS for free at

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