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Best Buy's 5.5% 2021 Bonds Slide Amid Rate Rise And Other Downside Risks
Article By: Interactive Brokers
Tuesday, September 18, 2018 3:39 PM EDT
Richfield, Minnesota-based Best Buy’s bonds have been losing value, amid a recent rise in U.S. interest rates, intensified competition, as well as sector headwinds, tariffs, and reports of customer dissatisfaction.
In this article: BBY Also: TNX, AMZN
AskSlim Market Week - Friday, August 31
Video By: Steve Miller
Friday, August 31, 2018 8:24 PM EDT
The stock market continued to surge as the market focused on trade with Canada and China. Investors around the world continue to see the U.S. as the best place to be and everyone appears to be "all in".
In this video: AEO, ANF, BBY, CMG, P, AMZN, CIEN, LULU, SPX, SQ
Best Buy (BBY) Tops Q2 Earnings And Revenue Estimates
Article By: Zacks Investment Research
Tuesday, August 28, 2018 12:48 PM EDT
Best Buy shares have added about 19.3% since the beginning of the year versus the S&P 500's gain of 8.4%.
In this article: BBY
Above The 40 – A Stock Market Divergence Made For Bears, Bulls, And Volatile Narratives
Article By: Dr. Duru
Thursday, June 21, 2018 5:27 AM EDT
The stock market is oozing with divergences as a result of global trade wars, especially the escalating spat between the U.S. and China.
In this article: BHP, CAT, IWM, UVXY, SPY, VIX, BBY, ORCL, ULTA
Above The 40 – A Scramble To Catch Up As Stock Market Flips Overbought
Article By: Dr. Duru
Tuesday, June 12, 2018 4:36 AM EDT
After a few close calls since April, AT40 (T2108) finally closed above the overbought threshold at 70%. Hopefully, this trip to across 70% will end better than it did in February.
In this article: BBY, SPY, XLF, XLI, XLP, FIT


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Don’t Buy Walmart
Mike Nolan 8/30/2018 2:20:48 AM

Thank you for this insight into being a seller on Walmart, as this was an area I was not familiar. But I can tell you that as a customer, Walmart is ages behind Amazon and other competitors.

Why can I get an item from Amazon in 1 to days, but on it can take a week or more? Why if I want to do an instore pickup, do they waste time and money to ship the item my local Walmart, when I know for a fact it's in the store already? That makes no sense.

Compare this with BestBuy. I place an order online. Within 30 minutes I'm told I can go pick it up. In under 3 minutes I am in and out of the store. I placed a similar order at Walmart. It took a week to arrive (even though it was also sold in store). Then it took an hour and half to pick it up. Why? There was no one manning the pick up counter. Even after having customer service announce over the PA system for someone multuple times, no one showed up. When someone finally did, the person didn't know how to process it. When someone finally arrived who could, they went to the warehouse for a very very long time. When I asked why, she said they had to manually scan with her eyes for my name on every box till she found it. That there was no rhyme or reason to how it was scanned. When the item was finally handed to me, the box was badly damaged as was the item inside.

This is anything but efficient! Bullish on $AMZN and $BBY, Bearish on $WMT.

Best Buy - Is It?
Barry Hochhauser 5/24/2018 4:48:22 PM

Good analysis and I agree. $BBY is overvalued.

Barnes & Noble, Inc. (BKS): Book It?
Corey Gaber 9/21/2016 8:06:48 PM

Excellent point on the comparison between $BKS and $BBY.

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