Home Depot earnings report tomorrow morning

Home Depot (HD) is a do-it-yourself home improvement retailer. The firm operates The Home Depot stores, which are a full-service, warehouse-style stores. HD stores serve three primary customer groups; do-it-yourself (D-I-Y) customers, do-it-for-me (D-I-F-M) customers and professional customers.


In February 2013, HD acquired Measurecomp LLC and HD components LLC. About one year later, in January 2014, HD acquired Blinds.com.

It`s only a few companies left to reveal their earnings this time, and tomorrow morning Home Depot (HD) will report their latest earnings. Last time HD reported earnings they had an earnings growth of 23%, but this time it is estimated an earnings growth of «only» 21%.

That will be down two ticks, but that`snot bad, because a 21% boost to the bottom line will be the second best quarter last year. The growth seems to continue, as the retailer has seen some solid growth on the bottom line over the past two years.

HD reported a sales growth of 3% and 6% in the first two quarters, and this growth is expected to decline to 5%. Analysts consensus is expecting $1,13 in earnings per share. Revenue is $20,500 billion YoY.

When HD reports positive earnings report Q3 like the one we will see tomorrow, it usually boost the stock price. It is expected to see similar things to happen and HD will continue to lead the industry.

Some analysts belive that the industrial retail sales companies like HD will lose market shares against the online sales. It will simply kill the market sector, but despite that, it is expected to see solid earnings report from HD tomorrow morning. Positive news for HD tomorrow is good news for long perspective investors. The stock is up 19% YTD, and 17% last three months.


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