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Lumber Liquidators (NYSE: LL)

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55.77 0.17 (0.31%)

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Today's Open $55.69
Previous Close $55.60
Daily Range $55.34 - $56.46
52-Week Range $53.27 - $119.98
Market Cap $1.5B
P/E Ratio 20.67
Dividend (Yield) $0.00 (0.0%)
Volume 565,864
Average Daily Volume 1,362,162
Current FY EPS $2.73

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Kimer62 (< 20)
Submitted July 10, 2014

Still early, it will be back after this beating!

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FoolingSmartly (0)
Submitted December 2, 2009

Based on Fools.com (SA) recommendation, I bought LL stock and also decided to buy hardwood from them. There were significant mis-milled boards. LL is NOT standing behind their products and Customer Se … More

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Lumber Liquidators (LL) Description

The nation's largest hardwood flooring retailer operates 170 stores. Website: http://www.lumberliquidators.com/

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