Way over valued here, the street loved Home Depot while Nardelli was hollowing it out. Hiring high schoolers to give out plumbing advice, charging more for cheaper quality products. Etc.... Short term sure earnings looked nice, but it ultimately hurt shareholder value. Chipotle is doing the same thing, they use to be good, now they just fill your burrito with rice. (not just my observation after being a long time customer) Customers will catch on and same store sales will start to decline. Funding empire building aboard at the expense of their domestic business, this is usually the beginning of the decline. Lump Toyota's haphazard growth story in the same catagory.
Long time subscriber to IBD (I like IBD), they don't bat 1000. Short term earnings are not always an accurate indication of future health if the company is hollowing out their customer base. Not only in my burrito but friends, family and co-worker burritos as well across multiple states any many stores. (thats a trend not a corner-case) Enjoy the short lived ride, hope you know when to get off.