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When a stock sells off, buying the dip can be a rather binary gamble. Either the stock is oversold and could bounce, or the decline is justified and the stock is fundamentally impacted. In the case of The Home Depot, Inc. (HD), many analysts see it as the former. The home improvement retailer recently posted mixed earnings results, and coupled with an unfavorable consumer retail report, saw its shares sell off more than 8% on Tuesday. The fact that the broader market sunk lower along with news of an impending Russian invasion into Ukraine didn’t help matters, either. Now that the dust has cleared, bullish hypotheses are forming.
The retailer is targeting roughly flat sales this year after adding $40 billion to its footprint since 2019.
Thursday’s Top Analysts Upgrades and Downgrades: Caesars Entertainment, Chevron, Exact Sciences, Exxon Mobil, Gap, Ginkgo Bioworks, Home Depot, New York Mortgage Trust, Novavax, NOV, SoFi Technologies and More
Thursday''s top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Caesars Entertainment, Chevron, Exact Sciences, Exxon Mobil, Gap, Ginkgo Bioworks, Home Depot, New York Mortgage Trust, Novavax, NOV and SoFi Technologies.
The Home Depot®, the world's largest home improvement retailer, today announced the appointment of Paula Santilli, CEO of PepsiCo Latin America, and Caryn Seidman-Becker, chair and CEO of CLEAR, to its board of directors, effective March 1, 2022. Following the appointment of Santilli and Seidman-Becker, The Home Depot will have 14 directors.
Lowe's beat expectations in the most recent quarter and expressed confidence that shoppers will continue to spend on fixing up their homes going forward
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights Amazon.com, The Home Depot, PetroChina Company, Deere & Company and Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group
Amazon.com, The Home Depot, PetroChina Company, Deere & Company and Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group are included in this analyst blog.
When Khareem Mitchell started with The Home Depot in 2018, he quickly discovered that he joined an organization where his personal principles seamlessly aligned with the company’s values. For Khare...
It is not surprising to see the home improvement sector do well during a broad real estate rally. After all, both sides of the spectrum want to change something. Sellers get better valuations from improvements, while buyers get a touch of personalization upon the purchase. While The Home Depot, Inc. (NYSE: HD) did exceptionally well in those circumstances, now it is again leading the market but on the downside.
While the Covid-19 pandemic was a boon for all home-improvement retailers, Lowe’s strong execution throughout the crisis showed its turnaround is truly working.
Shares of home improvement retailer Home Depot (NYSE:HD) closed 8.9% lower on Tuesday despite the company delivering better-than-expected Q4 results. The selloff indicates that investors were expecting more from the company. Nevertheless, Home Depot said that it expects FY22 comparable sales and overall revenues to improve, which is encouraging given the concerns around inflation and the ongoing supply-chain challenges. However, it expects its operating margins to stay flat in 2022. While Wells Fargo analyst Zachary Fadem termed the selloff as “harsh,” he is not surprised as market participants are unforgiving these days and punishing stocks even with the slightest hint of negativity.