Can the electronic retail stores survive?
In this installment of Investor Beat: Best Buy and HHGregg fight to stay alive. And shares of Dow component Home Depot hit an all-time high.
Meanwhile, HHGregg's 4th-quarter profits fell 82%. In our lead story, Motley Fool analysts Jason Moser and Jeff Fischer discuss the electronics retail industry and why investors should steer clear of both stocks.
- Home Depot (HD) hits a new all-time high.
- After rising 300% in six months SolarCity (SCTY) suffers a big fall.
- Medtronic (MDT) moves higher after strong 4th-quarter earnings.
- Carnival Cruise Lines (CCL) falls after lowering guidance for the rest of 2013.
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