Home Depot and Lowe’s are Having Huge Years: Can the Growth Continue?

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2020 has been a hugely successful year for home improvement retail giants Home Depot (NYSE: HD) and Lowe’s (NYSE: LOW). Both have seen revenue and net income grow by double digits as millions of homeowners have found themselves spending substantially more time in their homes during the coronavirus pandemic. But will the strong results continue? It’s less clear in the near term, especially with coronavirus vaccines now starting to be distributed. The same people who spent big on home improvement in 2020 might be more likely to spend their disposable income on travel and leisure in the future. 

On the Nov. 6 edition of “The Wrap” on Motley Fool Live, host Jason Hall makes the case that strong home sales often indicate good business prospects for home improvement. See his discussion with Motley Fool and Millionacres contributor Tyler Crowe editor Millionacres editor Deidre Woollard below. 

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