Best Buy is in a death spiral. Or so Jeremy Phillips believes. In this video, Jeremy outlines why he thinks Best Buy won't recover from its 50% stock-price decline. One major reason: Best Buy doesn't offer added value to its products for its customers. Other analysts, meanwhile, see Best Buy as a dirt-cheap value play. Jeremy disagrees and sees Best Buy going the way of RadioShack and J.C. Penney.
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