|Last Update: 05/24/13 - 4:03 PM EDT|
|YTD Performance: 13.31%|
|Previous Close: $76.33|
|52 Week Range: $64.46 - $79.96|
|Oustanding Shares: 3,292,443,366|
|Market Cap: 251,112,830,075|
|Qtr (07/13)||Qtr (10/13)||FY (01/14)||FY (01/15)|
|Number of Analysts||13||12||16||12|
|Growth Rate (Year over Year)||6.26%||8.10%||5.74%||10.24%|
This stock is up 25%, but still a good investment.
Coffee, Cotton and Cocoa
Toll Brothers not only reported better-than-expected earnings, its backlog and signed contracts showed big sequential moves.
While I sing a sad song of lackluster fundamentals, Mr. Market sings a happy song of global easing.
A bit of investing wisdom, courtesy Dell, Wal-Mart and J.C. Penney.
It is an opportunity to assess, but most people will likely do nothing.
Before getting excited about any trader's headline trade numbers, be sure to assess the risk involved.
Jim Cramer isn't a huge fan of Wal-Mart,the company, here, but he is a fan of the Wal-Mart, the stock. The price has been rolled-back.
Wal-Mart pins its awful comps on the weather, the payroll tax and inflation.