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Costco Wholesale Corporation (COST) [hlAlert]

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Buy COST
up 162.81 %

Cheap Stocks for 2009: Costco Wholesale

Posted on: Friday,  Jan 9, 2009  12:33 AM ET by AOL Money & Finance: Cheap Stocks for 2009

AOL Money & Finance: Cheap Stocks for 2009 rated Buy Costco Wholesale Corporation (NASDAQ: COST) on 01/01/2009, when the stock price was
$53.35. Since then, Costco Wholesale Corporation has gained 162.81% as of 12/03/2015's recent price of $140.21.
If you would have followed this AOL Money & Finance: Cheap Stocks for 2009's recommendation on COST, you would have gained 162.81% of your investment in 2527 days.

Costco Wholesale Corporation (Costco) operates membership warehouses that offer its members low prices on a limited selection of branded and selected private-label products in a range of merchandise categories. It buys the majority of its merchandise directly from manufacturers and route it to a cross-docking consolidation point (depot) or directly to its warehouses. The Company?s depots receive container-based shipments from manufacturers and reallocate these goods for shipment to its individual warehouses. The Company?s warehouse format averages approximately 143,000 square feet. Its warehouses operate on a seven-day, 69-hour week. It carries an average of approximately 3,800 active stock keeping units (SKUs) per warehouse in its core warehouse business. Many consumable products are offered for sale in case, carton or multiple-pack quantities only.

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Stock Market Advice
Date/Time (ET)SymbolRatingTermPrice (*)Target
1/1/2009 4:00 PM Buy
None
53.35
as of 12/31/2009
1 Week up  20.48 %
1 Month up  21.46 %
3 Months up  29.07 %
1 YTD up  36.40 %

(*) Stock Price at the time of the recommendation.
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