Is Best Buy No Longer Amazon.com's Showroom?

With shares of Best Buy nearly quadrupling over the past year, the company reported impressive results this morning as CEO Hubert Joly's Renew Blue turnaround plan seems to be bearing fruit. But with such a staggering performance this year, are shares set to continue their torrid growth pace? Similarly, will Amazon.com continue to use Best Buy as their personal shoowroom?

Join Motley Fool analysts, Sean O'Reilly and Mike Finarelli as they discuss these questions and more.

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