Turnarounds can be tricky to successfully navigate; just ask the captain of the Titanic on his thoughts, if you could. Of course, size matters greatly when trying to right the ship, and thus far Best Buy's Hubert Joly is taking his company's relatively mammoth square footage, at least compared to direct peers, in stride. Joly's six-point plan seems to be bearing fruit, as not only has the company built momentum in both its top and bottom lines last quarter, but the stock has also outperformed by a huge margin over the past 52 weeks. Will Best Buy continue to impress? Join the Motley Fool's Sean O'Reilly as he explores the upcoming report.

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