Costco Wholesale (COST)
$331.00 2.90 (0.87%)
19:59 EST COST Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 145.18B
PE Ratio 48.46
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 3.36M
Day's Range 330.94 - 335.89
52-Week Range 271.28 - 393.15
Dividend & Yield 2.21 (0.67%)
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COST stock has shed enough froth that it makes for a good entry point soon. There is enough support near and below current prices.
COST stock is losing its luster as a reliable growth play thanks to rising competition from companies like WinCo, Smart & Final and Walmart.
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A group of large retailers saw online sales rise a whopping 403% during Thanksgiving and Black Friday from their October average. That's great news for large retailers with excellent e-commerce capabilities going into December.
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If you want to sell some stock for Christmas, consider selling some COST stock and spending the money at your nearest Costco.
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Retail stocks that are likely to benefit from strong holiday sales include low beta names with healthy dividends.
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