Harvest Your Gains in Tractor Supply
Gentleman farmers (typically hobbyists, rather than professionals) love buying their hardware and lifestyle needs for recreational farming and ranching from Tractor Supply (TSCO). That said, even good businesses can become bad stocks simply due to too-high valuations.
Tractor Supply shares had a phenomenal run over the past 10 years. They moved from a split-adjusted $4.20 to a 2012 peak of $101.28 before pulling back slightly to close at $97.26 Monday. We all wish we'd owned this one for that huge ride upward. The problem, as always, is that you can't buy past performance. ...253 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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