3 Key Takeaways From Home Depot's Consumer Conference Call
Home Depot Executive Vice President Marvin Ellison presented this week at the Oppenheimer Consumer Conference, where he gave investors some important insights into the retailer's strategy and financial outlook. Ellison talked about everything from the housing market to Home Depot's dividend plans.
In the video below, Fool contributor Demitrios Kalogeropoulos highlights three big takeaways from the speech that investors should keep in mind. First, Home Depot is in the middle of a push to simplify its business that is already showing results in customer satisfaction levels. Second, management is expecting to strengthen its already stellar financial position by booking a profitability spike over the next year. And finally, the company's target for a 50% payout of earnings in dividends means that shareholders can look forward to a solid hike in the dividend soon. Watch the video below for Demitrios' full take.
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