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TOP PICK
Stockchase Research Editor: Michael O'Reilly Following an earnings release that beat analyst estimates by 11%, we select HD as a TOP PICK. Revenues and profits were up on the year, impressive given revenue was up 33% a year ago as pandemic lockdowns had DYI busy on projects. We are not thrilled that they have used some cash reserves to buy back shares aggressively, while adding to debt, but trust in management's strategy. It pays a good dividend, backed by a payout ratio under 50% of cash flow. We recommend a stop loss at $264, looking to achieve $385 -- upside potential over 30%. Yield 2.57% (Analysts’ price target is $385.68)
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HOLD
Reported a great quarter today, but shares fell She likes their different avenues of growth. HD's quarterly call was optimistic, such as a strong backlog. Share fell today because investors are worried what will happen 6 months from now, worries of a slowdown or recession and rising rates. But HD's PE has shrunk to 18x forward. Start nibbling below $300. She took some profits last fall around $370. HD benefited a lot from the pandemic, but she believes HD can still grow post-Covid. With interest rates rising, some homeowners are staying in their homes, not selling, and renovating instead which is a tailwind. Be patient.
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TOP PICK
A very innovative company still investing in technology to make stores more efficient, so a long runway to grow. Exceptional management. Down 30% from high and trading at 19X earnings, the low end of the range.
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BUY
There is a severe housing shortage. A nice way to play housing this is in the repair side. Rising rates will prevent homeowners from moving into new homes and they will stay in place. So, this will drive home renovations. We need to add more supply to homes in the next 12-18 months, but until then there will be pressure on this space.
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BUY
Now less home renovation and more toward the industrial building side. There's a bit of a supply crunch in the US. More people will need places to live, especially with immigration from areas of the world in such turmoil.
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WAIT
Poster child of what was wrong with the US stock market. Great company, firing on all cylinders. Really expensive, even with the pullback, trading at 19x with only 6% growth. People will still buy and renovate homes, as long as rates don't go too high. Better value elsewhere.
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BUY
A great big box retailer. She expects home repairs to continue. She loves the housing-adjacent trade.
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BUY
Now is a great entry point for a multi-year winner.
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VAGUE
It is a good company but he is not ready to buy yet. Stocks related to housing did well until December but rates going up will affect housing. It is a secular growth stock and is good for the dividend.
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HOLD
Rough earnings. Below 200-day MA, but still moving up. Trendlines are flattening. Early pandemic winners are giving way to early pandemic losers. Great franchise. 19x forward earnings for 10% growth, so not terrible. Shift in sentiment away from home improvement. Don't add.
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COMMENT
Shares got slammed yesterday. It reported a good quarter, but warned that future margins will be thinner because of supply chain woes.
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(A Top Pick Dec 08/20, Up 20.6%)Stockchase Research Editor: Michael O’Reilly Our PAST TOP PICK with HD has triggered its stop at $315. To remain disciplined, we recommend covering the position at this time. We will monitor for another potential re-entry level.
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BUY
Loves its closeness to the housing market and their e-commerce platform is great. It reports next week.
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BUY
The US homebuilding sector Housebuilding stocks are cyclical, driven by momentum. Interest rates are rising and there's a housing shortage in the US, and yet houses remain affordable due to low rates. But rising rates may be a headwind. She prefers playing this space through Home Depot, because people will buy homes and do renos, while older homes also need renos. Millennials will move out, post-Covid, and may need home renos, too.
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BUY on WEAKNESS
Probably won't get hurt buying it. Sensitive to home sales. When that market slows down, people spend less at HD. Not cheap, but best in class. As a long-term shareholder, you could do worse. He'd be interested if a slowdown made the stock fall significantly.
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Home Depot(HD-N) Rating

Ranking : 5 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 21

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 3

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 3

Total Signals / Votes : 27

Stockchase rating for Home Depot is calculated according to the stock experts' signals. A high score means experts mostly recommend to buy the stock while a low score means experts mostly recommend to sell the stock.

Home Depot(HD-N) Frequently Asked Questions

What is Home Depot stock symbol?

Home Depot is a American stock, trading under the symbol HD-N on the New York Stock Exchange (HD). It is usually referred to as NYSE:HD or HD-N

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27 stock analysts on Stockchase covered Home Depot In the last year. It is a trending stock that is worth watching.

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On 2022-05-23, Home Depot (HD-N) stock closed at a price of $286.03.