Home Depot (HD)
$283.73 0.00 (0.00%)
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Market Cap 327.29B
PE Ratio 36.85
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 340
Day's Range 283.73 - 283.73
52-Week Range 140.63 - 292.95
Dividend & Yield 3.98 (1.40%)
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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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Although Home Depot was initially impacted by the pandemic, the crisis has bolstered the home improvement retailer's omnichannel business, thereby boosting HD stock.
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Retail earnings were decent, but Home Depot and Walmart didn't offer guidance, providing investors with reason to depart those names.
Home Depot (HD) earnings for the company's first quarter of 2020 have HD stock down Tuesday after reporting mixed results.
Moderna, a stock that doesn't reside in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, sent the blue chip index soaring to start the week.
Stocks rallied to close the week, again showing resilience in the face of troubling economic data. An extension of the oil rebound and more positive reopening also provided some ballast to equities.
Upcoming Q1 earnings will likely mean short-term volatility for HD stock
Stocks swooned Wednesday after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the novel coronavirus is creating lingering uncertainty for the U.S. economy while scoffing at the notion that negative interest rates could help the world's largest economy regain its footing.
Under any other circumstance, sell in May and go away may be considered a sound strategy. In this crisis, though, you may want to keep these stocks to buy for the long haul.
Despite the horrendous Covid-19 crisis, not all retail stocks are suffering. In fact, these nine companies have embraced the challenge with new strategies to mitigate damage and to drive long-term growth.
Broadly speaking, Friday was somewhat uneventful, a scenario volatility weary investors will take. It was another one of those days where the novel coronavirus and earnings mostly dominated the headlines. A mostly docile day got the Dow to 19 winners against 11 losers in late trading.
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