Home Depot (HD)
$275.19 4.77 (1.70%)
19:59 EDT HD Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $275.19
Market Cap 317.44B
PE Ratio 35.74
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 6.07M
Day's Range 270.81 - 279.84
52-Week Range 140.63 - 292.95
Dividend & Yield 3.98 (1.45%)
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By Joel Baglole
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Home Depot (HD) earnings for the home improvement retailer's second quarter of 2020 have HD stock dipping lower on Tuesday.
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One company we still like, even after yesterday’s selling, is Home Depot (NYSE:HD), and now is an excellent time to sell a put write against it.
We’re looking to take advantage of the S&P 500's support bounce and the continued bullish optimism on Wall Street by selling a put write on Home Depot (NYSE:HD).
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