Home Depot (HD) is going through a period of slow growth as high interest rates are causing home building projects to slump.
Home Depot (HD) expects sales growth to be flat in 2023 due to economic sluggishness. HD stock might go sideways as well.
Home Depot i(HD) is getting a boost from home improvement projects, and lower interest rates should lead to more project demand.
Home Depot (HD) is feeling the effects of the recession, as transactions declined last qtr. But ticket size rose due to price increases.
Home Depot (HD) is continues to see strong demand for home improvement projects. And the stock is a bargain with a 16 P/E.
Home Depot (HD) continues to deliver strong growth as profits grew 23% last qtr on 10% sales growth with +5% same store sales.
Dispite supply chain disruptions, Home Depot (HD) continues to see strong demand for home improvement products.
Home Depot (HD) is experiencing slower growth while the stock trends higher. What does lumber have to do with it?
Home Depot (HD) is executing marvelously, but a slow housing market is bound to put pressure on the stock in 2019.
A strong economy is good for housing, and Home Depot (HD) stock has been a winner with strong sales of pipes, power tools, wire, flooring, storage, and patio furniture.
Home Depot’s (HD) number are solid, but weakening building permits could be a sign of slower growth ahead for the stock.
Home Depot (HD) has a magic formula for increasing profits. That formula is getting more sales per store and buying back orange buckets worth of stock.