Home Depot is indeed shareholder-friendly, but why? And is Home Depot more shareholder-friendly than Lowe’s?
What better way to determine what’s really taking place in the housing market than to listen to the top home-improvement retailer. These observations also have the potential to impact the businesses of Home Depot and Lowe’s but only temporarily.
Home Depot and Lowe’s are both well-run companies that are performing well at the moment, but one of them has set itself up better for the massive impact millennials will have on the future consumer environment.
The five key metric comparisons detailed here provide important clues about what to expect from these two retailers in the future.
Promotions are good for shoppers, but they’re not good for retailers. Home Depot has managed to avoid this path despite the hesitant consumer, which is potentially good news for investors.
Love it or hate it, if you live in the city, then you’re likely to see at least one Wal-Mart open near you in the future. If you’re an investor, then should you love or hate this development?
Looking for a retailer that hasn’t missed on comps in years and sees no hints of a slowdown? If so, you might want to read this.
Most people don’t think of Home Depot as an online retailer. But that will eventually change, and it will be good news for investors.
Wal-Mart is slowly yet surely altering its physical store strategy, which will have a major impact on the retail space, benefiting Wal-Mart while hurting others.
Some investors will look at a company’s quarterly earnings press release. Some will even read a company’s quarterly and annual SEC filings. However, not many will look at investor meeting presentations, where you can find a lot of valuable information.
Nobody knows with absolute certainty whether Home Depot will deliver in the second quarter, but investors have ways to find important clues about Home Depot’s short- and long-term potential.
This is a different kind of stool, one that pertains to Home Depot’s future and potentially your investment portfolio.
The statement that Wal-Mart is the next Sears is becoming tiresome. Make sure you know why this statement is untrue.
If you’re wondering when Home Depot will deliver a strong quarter, or quarters, the answers have already been provided. You just need to know where to look.
Hey, Wal-Mart, whatever you can do, Target can do better. Well … maybe.
Look beyond the surface to see what Wal-Mart might really have in mind with its small-box strategy based on current consumer trends.
Comps don’t tell the whole story, but it’s a tremendously important metric in retail.
If you want a big clue as to how a retailer will perform in the future, take a look at the job market.
This unique yet simple initiative should lead to market share gains from many other retailers, including one key rival.
Wal-Mart and Target are constantly battling to offer more value than the other. The winner might seem obvious, but it’s not.