The Tile Shop: Powerful Business, Damaged Price, Big Opportunity
After losing 63% of its year-ago value, the Tile Shop is offering a staggering risk-reward proposition for investors willing to look past the uncertainty of the next few quarters.
Should You Liquidate Lumber Liquidators?
Lumber Liquidators has an interesting valuation and financial profile, but is that enough of a reason for investors to dive into the company?
Bed Bath & Beyond Issuing Debt to Repurchase Stock: Smart Move or Corporate Gimmick?
Issuing debt to repurchase shares usually creates some concerns among investors, and for valid reasons. However, in the particular case of Bed Bath & Beyond, this looks like a smart decision.
The Container Store Presents a Dilemma for Investors
After a weak first quarter and corresponding plunge in share price, is The Container Store a buy, hold, or sell?
What Investors Need to Know About the Lumber Liquidators Collapse
Lumber Liquidators has provided a disappointing business update for the second quarter amid broader retail weakness, dragging down competitors such as Lowe's and Home Depot.
Should Investors Buy Lumber Liquidators Now?
After Lumber Liquidators was slammed hard by Mr. Market in light of poor revenue and earnings, is now the right time to buy into the company? Or should Foolish investors consider Home Depot or Lowe's instead?
5 of Last Week's Biggest Losers
These five stocks suffered double-digit percentage declines last week.
Home Depot, Lowe's, and Restoration Hardware Investors: Should You Care About Lumber Liquidators’ Pr
Lumber Liquidators is blaming macro-environment trends for its sudden fundamental collapse, but if correct could other large home-improvement companies experience similar problems?
Tile Shop Crashes: Buying Opportunity?
Weakness from Lumber Liquidators may be foreshadowing harder times to come for Tile Shop, too. But it all comes down to short-term uncertainty versus long-term opportunity, and the recent dip in Tile Shop could easily turn out to be a buying opportunity for investors.