Pool Corp’s (POOL) numbers look bad right now due to the company posting record sales and profits in the year-ago period.
Pool Corp (POOL) has been delivering negative profit growth dur to tough comparisons last year. But this stock could be bottoming.
Pool Corp (POOL) sees a sluggish 2023 ahead as new pool construction could decline 15% to 20% from 2022’s lofty levels.
Pool Corp’s (POOL) profits are expected to weaken into 2023. But with a P/E of only 16, the nation’s largest pool supplier is a deal.
Pool Corp (POOL) is down because people think the housing decline will hurt pool sales. But 80% of revenue is from installed pools.
Pool Corp (POOL) stock has been fallign “down the drain” with the homebuilder stocks. But 60% of Pool’s revenue is steady.
Pool Corp (POOL) continues to benefit from elevated demand for outdoor living products, as last qtr’s profits jumped 54%.
Pool Corp (POOL) says demand remains high for its pool maintenance products. But the ten-year chart is looking toppy.
Pool Corp (POOL) jumped head first into the Spring and Summer months with a monster quarter with profits +169%.