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Costco Wholesale (NASDAQ: COST) has been a great stock for shareholders, delivering a market-beating return of 150% over the past five years -- and the giant retailer is still winning fans on Wall Street following its latest earnings results in May. Goldman Sachs and a few other top Wall Street companies have maintained buy ratings on the shares. Goldman sees the stock trading up to $545 in the short term.
Just because your household size has decreased doesn't mean a Costco membership can't benefit you. Read on to learn more.
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This retailer's differentiated model yields incredible, consistent results -- and its growth runway is still long.
Target (NYSE: TGT) is one of the best-known big-box retail giants. Let's discuss what is dragging the stock lower, and why Target is looking like a great dividend stock to buy now despite some concerns. Over the past month, its stock is drastically underperforming the S&P 500, the consumer discretionary sector, the retail industry, and even peers like Walmart (NYSE: WMT) and Costco Wholesale (NASDAQ: COST).
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Costco is one of them, as it allows us to keep our credit card bills down in the course of feeding our family. When I say that my husband and I shop at Home Depot, what I really mean is that he makes a shopping list and picks out what he needs, and I go along for the company. Before you head to Home Depot, do your research.
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As a Costco member, you have choices when it comes to your membership plan. You could opt for a basic membership, which costs just $60 a year, or you could spring for an executive membership, which costs $120. The primary benefit of an executive membership is getting to score 2% cash back on all Costco purchases you make, including online purchases.
There are signs that the economy is slowing down, and even Costco Wholesale (NASDAQ: COST) isn't immune to those effects. On May 25, Costco reported its fiscal third-quarter earnings numbers for the period ended May 7. A softer economy is making it more challenging for retailers to grow their earnings and even Costco isn't proving to be infallible anymore.
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For many people, joining Costco is a no-brainer. For many college students, a Costco membership will not make sense. You have to be at least 18 years old to join Costco, so if you're a younger college student, getting your own membership may not be an option right away.
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Investing in the stock market is best with a long-term mindset, as doing so can safeguard your holdings from temporary headwinds. As a result, growth stocks can be your best friend with their history of solid gains over extended periods of time. While companies like Apple and Amazon are often touted as must-buy growth stocks, going for lesser-known options can be a great way to diversify your portfolio.
Last summer, stock splits were all the rage on Wall Street, with popular stocks Alphabet, Amazon, and Tesla participating in the excitement. Since then, the enthusiasm surrounding stock splits has waned as the stock market has struggled to return meaningful gains. Costco (NASDAQ: COST), a membership-only retailer, is one company that could benefit from a split, as its stock is close to $500 per share.
This tailwind has helped lift sales to new records for both Costco Wholesale (NASDAQ: COST) and smaller rival BJ's Wholesale Club (NYSE: BJ). Investors have assigned quite different valuations to the two companies, though, potentially making one a better buy right now. Thanks to a pair of late-May operating updates, investors have a clear picture of the growth trends for these businesses.
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