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USD 212.39 4.40 2.12%
The Home Depot
retains regular Real Value
of $181.33530000000002 per share. The prevalent price of the corporation is $212.39. At this time the corporation appears to be over valued
. Macroaxis calculates value of The Home Depot
from evaluating the corporation fundamentals
such as Return On Asset
of 20.54%, Return On Equity of 354.27% and Current Valuation of 261.21B as well as inspecting its technical indicators and Probability Of Bankruptcy. In general, we encourage to acquire undervalued assets and to sell overvalued assets since at some point stocks prices and their ongoing real values will come together.
Some of the main competitors are Menards and Lowes, which provide the similar services and offer many of the same products. In the ever consolidating retail environment, it would seem the potential is there for one of these three to either fold or be bough out, so keep your eyes peeled, that way you can be alerted if anything were to arise.
Taking a look at the stock chart using the monthly time frame, we can see that the stock has done nothing but rise since 2009, and this is indicative of many equities in the market. It is important to fully understand how the stock could potentially be overbought or overvalued, as the market hasn’t stopped its bullish trend for over 7 years. The worst would be entering a stock at the highs only to have you value fall. Obviously predicting the highs of stock are nearly impossible, but you can gain a good understanding of where the market wants to be and where it wants to go.
Valuation Drivers Correlation
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The Home Depot Valuation Data Drivers
Home Depot Market Cap
The Home Depot is rated below average
in market capitalization category among related companies. Market capitalization
of Home Improvement Stores
industry is currently estimated at about 646.9 Billion. Home Depot totals roughly 243 Billion in market capitalization claiming about 38% of equities under Home Improvement Stores industry.