Costco is on track to open 28 new warehouses this year. That's the quickest growth in store count for the company since 2007. Fool contributor Demitrios Kalogeropoulos discusses what this souped-up growth pace means for the company's future, and whether Costco is still a buy.

Costco's low prices haven't just benefited customers -- shareholders have walloped the market, returning 11,000% over the past two decades. However, with prices near all-time highs, is the ride over for Costco investors? To answer that and more, The Motley Fool's compiled a premium research report with in-depth analysis on Costco. Simply click here now to gain instant access to this valuable investor's resource.


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