Costco (COST) had a one-time charge against profits last quarter because management discontinued its charter shipping activities.
Costco (COST) members are feeling the pinch of a weak economy as they shy away from luxury purchases. Still, profits are good.
Costco’s (COST) profits have been hampered recently by a strong US Dollar and high shipping costs, and now both are falling.
Costco (COST) put in an average quarter — by their standards. Overall, everything looked good, which is the norm for this stock.
Costco (COST) delivered splendid sales growth of 16% last qtr as consumers felt the pinch of higher food costs due to inflation.
Costco (COST) should benefit from higher inflation, as it can just raise prices. But what’s holding the stock back is a lofty P/E of 42.
Costco (COST) continues to amaze as it delivered 30% profit growth on 17% sales growth last qtr. But COST is rich with a 38 P/E.
Costco (COST) is executing very well, as sales grew 18% last qtr. But with a P/E of 41 this qtr, the stock seems fairly valued here.
Costco (COST) always seems to be around its All-Time highs, with a lofty P/E, and little upside for short-term investors.
Costco (COST) seems to be in the midst of a strong profit growth period, but with a P/E of 38 the stock is pricey.
It seems like Costco (COST) should have booming profits due to COVID-19, but profit growth was just 0% last qtr.
Costco (COST) has long lines in its parking lots, but is that translating to profits? And does the stock have upside?
Costco (COST) stock is flying high as profits are growing good and the company has growth opportunity in China.
Shares of Costco (COST) are up 34% so far in 2019. Is 11% profit growth enough to keep a 32 P/E stock in an uptrend?
Shares of Costco (COST) have soared from $150 to $225 in the last year. Is COST so high because retail stocks are hot?
Costco (COST) had been hampered by low gasoline prices and a strong US dollar, but now profit growth is expected to accelerate in 2017.
Costco’s (COST) new Costco Anywhere card from Citibank/Visa looks to be a big winner as profits look to accelerate in the coming qtrs.
Costco (COST) isn’t growing much right now — and the P/E is high — but the weakening dollar could be beneficial to profits later in 2016.