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Walmart Inc. (WMT.BA)

Buenos Aires - Buenos Aires Delayed Price. Currency in ARS
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5,026.00+56.00 (+1.13%)
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    William
  • C
    Clay
    WMT is Well stocked for the holidays, big earnings coming up in 2022
    Bullish
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    shep
    One article by Motley Fool says WMT is really going after the Gen z group. (ages 9 to 24). They are not as inclined to order on the internet but to shop locally. WMT has introduced some clothing from Justice which went bankrupt last year into the stores. I looked at some of that clothing and it looks neat. It is for the 9 to 12 age group it appears. According to one brokerage, this will be the age group that will be the predominate shoppers going forward.
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    kos
    Wallmart 1000 on track 200 break soon..

    1. Walton family

    Walmart / Flickr

    Net worth: $247 billion

    The Walmart heirs are the wealthiest in the country — about half of the retail mammoth’s stock is held by seven of Sam and James Walton’s descendants.

    They include Sam's three living children — Rob, Jim and Alice — his daughter-in-law Christy and her son Lukas, as well as James’ daughters, Ann and Nancy.

    Rob served as chairman for more than two decades and still serves on the board, while his son-in-law, Greg Penner, replaced him as chairman in 2015.

    The Waltons also own Arvest Bank, the largest and oldest bank in the state of Arkansas.

    While the family made its fortune helping people "Save Money, Live Better," you should know the big chains like Walmart don't always offer the best deals. Try using a free browser add-on to automatically hunt for lower prices when you shop online.
    Bullish
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    Michael
    I warned you about this stock the other day when the CFO who is only 51 is stepping down. That usually means bad news for the future as it usually means they are getting out before the stuff hits the fan in the company. If he was leaving for medical reasons or was old and ready to retire, it would be one thing but in cases like this it usually means bad times are coming. Based on my years of being in and observing markets, I would put the odds at about 87% that you don't want to stick around in this. The smart people are obviously hitting the exit and I hope you're finally understanding what I'm saying before it's too late.
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    shep
    Thank goodness wmt saw a little green today. I was in Sam's and it was really busy today for a Friday with people working. Usually Sat. is the busy day. They must have a good deal on tool kits, One guy had 3 of those. WMT was busy too. But the nursery I went to, I was the only customer buying plants.
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    Steven
    Recent dive is driven by Fed hints at financial tightening to control inflation. Inflation and economic tightening/ resultant recessionary impacts all hit the Walmart customer where it hurts the most. SP drop is just a recognition that the Candy bowl is slowly going to be taken away and the therefore the analysts are adjusting the future revenue and profit formulas accordingly.
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    shep
    Peny, the market always comes back. The key is to diversify. You say buy an holders in 1990 were misled, well it worked ok for me. Remember 9 11 and the big sell off with the market closed for a few days. The market came back. It always comes back. No one ever buys stocks thinking they will go down. They buy because this is America and they want to own the best companies. If I had never bought and held stocks, I would have no other income except SS and my pension. With my stock dividends I am able to do great things. I took my daughter to Rwanda to hike in to see the gorillas a few years ago. That was the treat of a life time!!!! This year I gave each child 9k because I just didn't want to invest in the market. Peny, without a portfolio, you are missing out on great opportunities. Right now I am holding dividends because husband is going to buy a new truck and he might need part of my dividends to buy it. (not that I want a new truck since his only has 39k miles and has new tires but I am not going to argue about it)Peny, invest and quit the short term shorting stuff. You don't grow wealthy that wait. It is time in the market and not timing the market. I own the market. I am so well diversified. I bet I own about 150 stocks if I counted them all. They don't have to go up a gazillion points a day. I own the laggards that just slug along--food stocks, utilities, telecoms, reits, some tech, etc. I read, read, read and invest in the best.
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    shep
    Does anyone on the board have one of the new Dollar General stores near them. The stores I think are called Popshelf and they are higher end goods than the normal DG stores. I would like to go in one, so when I travel next summer I would like to know where there is one. I checked DG's website, but I didn't come up with anything. I might check DG's message board.
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    James
    I’m sure yahoo will censure this post. You would think WMT’s PR dept. would be more active in releasing positive news for WMT investors. WMT might not be the heaviest growth stock but what it is, is a stable growth with dividends that tends to stable in a bear or bull market, but when you have a ceo that fails to promote their own business, that is failure. Even though growth stocks like TSLA are overvalued per technicals at least Musk and PR continue to promote to keep their shareholders and potential investors motivated. The holiday season should be strong for WMT with or without omicron. WMT wake up and release some positive news!
    Neutral
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    Venus
    What a great seer!
    Recommending WMT from $141.08 to $142. What amazing prognostication!
    .0064788732394366 change in share price. What a big risk with that call!
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    Venus
    Oh my, Oh my. Penny stuck said after close yesterday that WMT then $141.08 was going to $142 today.
    WMT down to $139.54. Market up 500 points. He can't even get a coin flip right.
    And I see SLV he purchased yesterday also down. Think of taking up a collection for him.
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    Glassfecal
    Yesterday I gave you the news about Amazon now producing chips to compete with the likes of Intel, Nvidia and Advanced Micro Devices and today more Amazon news. The Amazon Cloud division has partnered with Goldman Sachs to offer Cloud services that will allow hedge funds, fund managers and others to access market data and software tools and a trove of other information to help these people properly manage their money. Another pot of gold for Amazon and they leave the Arkansas dime store in their dust. Calling Amazon an innovative company would be like calling Einstein just another average Joe.
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    shep
    Hopefully the tax selling is over. For one thing look at Dltr and DG-- they both cater to the same customers and both have done well and their stocks were rewarded. WMT caters to lower income than does TGT and WMT's earnings were good, but WMT stock has not responded. Amazon stock hasn't done well this year, but it is one to own. I really think this is tax selling. Amazon will take off in January and not look back. I don't know about WMT.
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    Ramon
    So so Undervalued, now that another COVID19 Scare is out there...One of the Biggest Winners during COVID-19 lockdowns was Walmart!! Trading nowhere near its real value which should be with a Market CAP more than Tesla!
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    Jeff
    @ support, should bounce back.
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    shep
    Our local paper reported an article from Seattle that said Amazon raised prices in Oct. 7.5% from a year ago WMT raised 3.1%and TGT raised 3.6%. It also said that Amazon doesn't always try to beat prices on items like bath tissue because of the cost of shipping. It said that Charmin Ultra Strong was available on Amazon for $31.03 but the same package at TGT was $18.79
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    cy
    Ashley Moody says the state is implementing a business-law enforcement database to track retail theft and organized crimes

    Fla. takes a bite out of crime
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    JCTUTTLE PhD
    When you offer to give people free money, child tax credits for each child that they have and all kinds of other free stuff that allows them to disgracefully live their lives being carried on somebody else's back they will lower themselves to accept the free ride offer every single time and never go back to work if they don't have to.
    Only when they don't have all this free ride money being offered to them will they ever do the right thing and go back to work to support themselves.
    Its a national disgrace how many people we have today in our country of such low caliber looking for that free ride thru life on somebody else's back.
    With so many of them its no wonder why the socialists won the last presidential election.
    But of course its been proven over and over again in past history that socialism has always been a failure and always will be a failure.
    Always collapsing under its own weight when too many people want to ride in the free ride wagon and not enough people are left to pay for it.
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    mars
    Going to Sams Club and finding it busy and wandering parking lots is not an investment strategy - its a call for help
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