Whole Foods Market just released its earnings report, and while it met earnings per share and revenue estimates, and gave investors a look at its very solid free cash flow, the company lowered guidance, causing the premium stock to sell off a bit. In this video, Motley Fool consumer goods analyst Blake Bos tells investors that the company is still selling at a premium despite the sell-off, but highlights many of Whole Foods' strengths and tailwinds that may justify that premium and make the stock a buy.
It's hard to believe that a grocery store could book investors more than 30 times their initial investment, but that's just what Whole Foods has done for those who saw the organic trend coming some 20 years ago. However, it may not be too late to participate in the long-term growth of this organic foods powerhouse. In this brand-new premium report on the company, we walk through the key must-know items for every Whole Foods investor, including the main opportunities and threats facing the company. We're also providing a full year of regular analyst updates to go with it, so make sure to claim your copy today by clicking here.
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