Is Home Depot Stock a Buy?

Home Depot‘s (NYSE:HD) stock is enjoying a long run of stellar performance, moving higher by about 790% over the previous 10 years alone. However, the stock’s sell-off in February and March as the coronavirus pandemic overtook the country handed the stock its largest decline since the financial crisis.

While shareholders who were able to hold on have recovered their losses and then some, they may be wondering where Home Depot will go next. With no end in sight to the contagion, investors have to decide whether the stock still offers value under current conditions.

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Home Depot and COVID-19

Despite the pandemic, Home Depot has held up fairly well. In the first quarter, net sales increased by 7.1% — and these numbers cover the period between Feb. 3 and May 3. This means that COVID-19 affected approximately half of the quarter. Investors have noticed, sending the

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Could Home Depot Be a Millionaire Maker Stock?

Home Depot (NYSE:HD), the world’s largest home improvement retailer, has been an excellent stock to own over the past decade. An investment of roughly $113,000 10 years ago would be worth a million dollars today, equating to a compounded annual return of 24.4%. This trounces the S&P 500, which produced annual returns of 12% during the same time period.

Although the company’s sales grew at a 5.2% annual clip over the last 10 years, earnings rose 15.5% per year, showcasing management’s adeptness at building a more efficient and cost-effective organization that focuses on the bottom line. Investors looking to get rich from future returns that resemble the past need to consider some important factors. Let’s take a look.

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Coronavirus pandemic

When the coronavirus pandemic took hold of the United States, Home Depot was deemed an essential business. The company’s culture really shined through, as

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The Home Depot Accelerates Investments in Outdoor Power Categories, Refines Assortment of Top Brands

ATLANTA, July 21, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The Home Depot, the world’s largest home improvement specialty retailer, today announced that it is accelerating its investments in resets of its outdoor power categories, as it also refines and simplifies its primary brands across the category.

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The Home Depot logo. (PRNewsFoto/The Home Depot) (PRNewsFoto/)

“We have been extremely pleased by painters in Eau Claire, WI the customer response to our premiere outdoor power brands, as we improved the shopping experience with a simplified presentation,” said Ted Decker, executive vice president, Merchandising. “Similar to prior resets in our power tool business, outdoor power equipment is being reset and positioned by brand, and we will complete this rollout to approximately 1,300 U.S. stores by year’s end.”

The enhanced assortment will include The Home Depot’s top brands of innovative cordless outdoor power – Ryobi, Makita, DeWalt, and Milwaukee – as well as the

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14 Target-worthy pieces of farmhouse decor you can get from Home Depot

Home Depot is chock-full of rustic farmhouse decor.
Home Depot is chock-full of rustic farmhouse decor.

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I grew up on a farm. Or, let me amend that: I grew up with chickens. That counts, right? Okay, maybe not. At the very least I can say that to this day, farmhouse decor makes me feel like I’m back home. I know I’m not alone here, either. Whether you wake up early to milk the cows or to catch the commuter line into the city, bringing in pieces of rustic decor can make your home feel a little warmer, cozier, and more lived-in. (Not sure if it’s right for you? We have a guide for that!). I can’t take my grandma with me everywhere I go, but I can at least make her proud with a decor style that centers

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