Lowes reported excellent earnings with a profit of $1.33 per share which was 12 cents a share above average estimates. Same-store sales jumped 28.1% which was well above estimated of an average of 22% predicted by analysts. Revenue climbed also above analysts but investors who were buying the stock before the open are finding out they made a mistake as the stock has been in a tailspin since.
Once again the belief is “things will change after Covid-19” and the lockdowns. Lowes has benefited from home buyers renovating during the lock down and now investors believe that will slow as people will pour money into traveling, etc., rather than home improvements.
Here is a full analysis of the stock, support levels to watch for and three trades setup this morning.
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Lowes Stock (LOW) Earnings Beat But Stock Plunges – Three Trade Alerts and Ideas for Wed Feb 24 2021
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