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Key Insights Given the large stake in the stock by institutions, Home Depot's stock price might be vulnerable to their...
The stock market has given investors a wild ride over the past two years. Meanwhile, some growth stocks are already on the rebound but still trading well off their previous highs. Let's see why three Motley Fool contributors believe now is a good time to buy shares of Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN), Roku (NASDAQ: ROKU), and Home Depot (NYSE: HD).
In this podcast, Motley Fool senior analysts Matt Argersinger and Jason Moser discuss: Nvidia's AI-fueled earnings report and the company's historic pop. Intuit's latest results and how proposed IRS free-file software could affect the company.
Stanley Black & Decker (NYSE: SWK) released earnings that showed sales slowing, and results from one of the world's largest home improvement retailers only added to the gloom. Shares of Stanley Black & Decker fell 13.2% in May, according to data provided by S&P Global Market Intelligence, on investor uncertainty about what lies ahead. Stanley Black & Decker is one of the world's largest tool manufacturers and a longtime dividend stalwart, but the company is still subject to the swings of the broader economy.
Here are two stocks that have more than doubled the S&P 500 over the past 20 years that boast proven business models that should thrive for years to come. Both stocks are also trading at prices and valuations that make them potentially attractive long-term buys right now.
Lowe's Companies (NYSE: LOW) and Tractor Supply (NASDAQ: TSCO) don't compete directly, but they share many similarities as investments. Fans of growth stocks will find more to like about Tractor Supply today. Sure, the rural lifestyle retailer missed sales expectations in the most recent quarter.
Here's a look into the top two home improvement retailers and which stock is a better buy right now.
The overall Q4 earnings picture for the retail sector seems good, but guidance is disappointing, spreading pessimism in the sector.
Investors were worried heading into the Q1 earnings update from Lowe's (NYSE: LOW). Lowe's followed its larger peer in reducing its fiscal-year outlook on both the top and bottom lines. Lowe's said its business was hit by the same three challenges that featured prominently in Home Depot's mid-May announcement.
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Mediterranean restaurant chain Cava has filed to go public later this year. Will investors be as satisfied as Cava's customers?
Although the revenue and EPS for Home Depot (HD) give a sense of how its business performed in the quarter ended April 2023, it might be worth considering how some key metrics compare with Wall Street estimates and the year-ago numbers.
RH continues its stretch of poor results, in part because of poor execution.
Home Depot, Linde, Disney, Palo Alto Networks, and U.S. Bancorp are included in this Analyst Blog.
Readers hoping to buy The Home Depot, Inc. ( NYSE:HD ) for its dividend will need to make their move shortly, as the...
Investors didn't abandon Home Depot (NYSE: HD) stock after the company recently warned them about a deteriorating sales environment in the home improvement industry. Home Depot's comparable-store sales fell 5% through late March compared to a flat result in the prior quarter. This deflation erased more than 3 percentage points from average spending in the first quarter, executives estimated.
Today's Research Daily features new research reports on 16 major stocks, including The Home Depot, Inc. (HD), Linde plc (LIN) and The Walt Disney Company (DIS).
Home-improvement retailers are facing headwinds -- but this company remains the heavyweight of the industry.
Home improvement giant Home Depot (NYSE: HD) spooked investors last week after it reported underwhelming earnings and adjusted its guidance downward for the year. On May 16, Home Depot released its first-quarter numbers while also updating guidance for fiscal 2023. Previously, Home Depot was projecting its sales growth to be flat.
The mega-retailer continues to discount at a rate its rivals aren't, chipping away at already thin profit margins.
When we invest, we're generally looking for stocks that outperform the market average. And the truth is, you can make...
Customers spent less per ticket, down 0.3% for the first quarter.
Target (NYSE: TGT) and Home Depot (NYSE: HD) are two of the biggest and most recognizable retailers in the U.S. But they're both facing unique challenges today. In this video, Travis Hoium digs into which company is set to perform best long term, and the answer may surprise you.
Yahoo Finance reporter Dani Romero discusses Lowe's Q1 earnings which indicate that home owners are remodeling their homes less and breaks down which areas consumers are downsizing in.
One week after home improvement giant Home Depot (NYSE: HD) shocked the stock market with a sales miss and weak guidance, investors are having the opposite reaction to news that its archrival has beaten on sales (and issued weak guidance). This morning, home improvement retailer Lowe's Companies (NYSE: LOW) announced that it earned an adjusted profit of $3.67 per share on $22.3 billion in sales in the first quarter of 2023 versus analyst expectations of $3.44 and $21.6 billion. Not all of Lowe's news was good -- but not all of it was bad, either.