NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Shares of Salesforce.com (CRM) - Get Report and Monster Beverage (MNST) - Get Report surged following better-than-expected earnings reports on Feb. 25 and Feb. 26, respectively.

Whenever shares of a company gap higher and subsequently set an all-time intraday high, such a breakout can be described as a "noon shot" for the stock.

For the enterprise cloud software provider, Salesforce stock spiked from a close of $62.87 on Feb. 25 to an all-time intraday high of $71 on Feb. 26, a "moon shot" of 13%.

For the maker of super-charged energy drinks, Monster Beverage zoomed from a close of $124.74 on Feb. 26 to an all-time intraday high of $143.90 on Feb.27, a "moon shot" of 15%.

Let's take a look at the performance measures for Salesforce.com, key trading levels and analysis of daily and weekly charts.

Salesforce ($65.99 at Thursday's close) has gained 10% so far in 2015, with the stock 17% above its year-to-date low of $54.95 set on Jan. 16, and it is 7.1% below the all-time high of $71 set on Feb. 26.

Investors looking to buy Salesforce should place a good 'til canceled limit order to purchase the stock if it drops to $61.18, which is a key level on technical charts until the end of this year.

Investors looking to book profits should place a good 'til canceled limit order to sell the stock if it rises to $69.41, which is a key level on technical charts until the end of this month.

Let's take a look at the daily chart for Salesforce.

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The daily chart for Salesforce ($65.99) shows the price gap from the Feb. 25 close of $62.87 to the all-time high of $71 set on Feb. 26. Technicians say that price gaps on a chart are almost always filled.

Note that the March 11 low of $63.65 for Salesforce filled the price gap to the Feb. 20 high of $63.75.

The stock is solidly above its 50-day (blue line) and its 200-day simple moving average of $62.39 and $58.77, respectively.

Let's take a look at the weekly chart for Salesforce.


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The weekly chart for Salesforce shifts to negative, given a close on Friday below its key weekly moving average (red line) at $64.31 The 200-week SMA (green line) at $45.28 is a major chart support.

Let's take a look at the performance measures for Monster Beverage, key trading levels and analysis of daily and weekly charts.

Monster ($136.57 at Thursday's close) has gained 26% so far in 2015 with the stock 22% above its year-to-date low of $106.77 set on Jan. 2. The stock is 5.1% below its Feb. 27 high of $143.90.

Investors looking to buy Monster should place a good 'til canceled limit order to purchase the stock if it drops to $113.17, which is a key level on technical charts until the end of June.

Investors looking to book profits should place a good 'til canceled limit order to sell the stock if it rises to $143.33, which is a key level on technical charts until the end of the this month.

Let's take a look at the daily chart for Monster Beverage.


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The daily chart for Monster ($136.57) shows the price gap from the Feb. 26 close of $124.74 to the all-time high of $143.90 set on Feb. 27. The stock is solidly above its 50-day (blue line) and its 200-day SMA of $126.75 and $99.48, respectively.

The downside risk for Monster Beverage is to fill the price gap to the high of $126 on Feb. 25.

Let's take a look at the weekly chart for Monster Beverage.


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The weekly chart for Monster Beverage stays positive but overbought, given a close on Friday above its key weekly moving average (red line) at $130.28 The 200-week SMA (green line) at $65.62 is a major chart support.

This article is commentary by an independent contributor. At the time of publication, the author held no positions in the stocks mentioned.