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Clean Deeper with the Best Cleaning Wipes in Stock Right Now

As the world becomes increasingly hygiene-conscious, keeping surrounding surfaces disinfected has never been so important. And in that world, having the best cleaning wipes on hand to sanitize and shine is an absolute must. From faces to feet, lenses to loos, and kitchens to cars, you’re never far away from needing a cleaning wipe.

The great thing about cleaning wipes is that they’re multipurpose items. There’s no need for separate sponges and bottles or carrying extra packaging. The wipes are already prepared, ready to use and then be disposed of. We’re even seeing more compostable products available to help keep our planet both clean and green.

Most brands target themselves at one specific focus, such as kitchen, bathroom or cars, but regardless of your chosen niche, you should make sure the cleaning wipes you choose come in resealable packaging and are ready to use.

First, there are very few

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Compass Stock: Greater Growth Opportunities Are in Store For This Small-Cap

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Facing an uncertain and potentially volatile outlook, investors are being forced to weigh in on debates over cyclical versus non-cyclical exposure, yield versus growth, and public versus private market valuations. With

Compass Diversified Holdings,

investors can get a bit of all flavors.

The miniature conglomerate (ticker: CODI) resembles a publicly traded private-equity firm. It acquires, operates, and eventually sells middle-market businesses in several niche consumer and industrial end markets, while paying dividends from subsidiaries’ cash flows. Its current portfolio includes nine businesses, selling goods as diversified as baby carriers, printed circuit boards, molded foam products, and gun safes.

Compass—a publicly traded partnership—had a recent market value of about $1.3 billion. Management flipped two assets in 2019, hemp producer Manitoba Harvest and recycling-and-waste-disposal firm Clean Earth, for a combined $770 million. Compass put those proceeds back to work this year. In April, Compass closed a $200 million

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Dillard’s stock soars 46% after Warren Buffett’s deputy reveals 6% stake

  • A vote of confidence from one of Warren Buffett’s lieutenants sent Dillard’s stock up as much as 46% on Monday.
  • Ted Weschler, an investment manager at Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, disclosed an almost 6% stake in the ailing department-store chain on Friday.
  • The value of Weschler’s 1.08 million shares soared to as high as $66 million on Monday.
  • Dillard’s net sales tumbled 41% year-on-year in the six months to August 1, fueling a $171 million net loss.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Dillard’s stock surged as much as 46% on Monday after Warren Buffett’s deputy disclosed a nearly 6% stake in the ailing department-store chain.

Ted Weschler, who helps Buffett manage Berkshire Hathaway’s investment portfolio along with Todd Combs, revealed the personal holding in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing released on Friday. The value of Weschler’s 1.08 million Dillard’s shares jumped to as much as $66

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Dillard’s stock jumps after Warren Buffett’s deputy reveals 6% stake in the struggling department-store chain

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  • A vote of confidence from one of Warren Buffett’s lieutenants sent Dillard’s stock up as much as 19% in pre-market trading on Monday.
  • Ted Weschler, an investment manager at Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, revealed an almost 6% stake in the ailing department-store chain on Friday.
  • Weschler’s 1.08 million Dillard shares were worth about $45 million at the close of trading on Friday.
  • Dillard’s net sales tumbled 41% year-on-year in the six months to August 1, fueling a $171 million net loss.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Dillard’s stock climbed as much as 19% in pre-market trading on Monday, after Warren Buffett’s deputy disclosed a nearly 6% stake in the ailing department-store chain.

Ted Weschler, who helps Buffett manage Berkshire Hathaway’s investment portfolio, along with Todd Combs, revealed the personal holding in a Securities and Exchange

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Bed Bath & Beyond: Stock Price Tied To Order Fulfillment Process (NASDAQ:BBBY)

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Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY) is betting on its proactive management of digital delivery services to improve the ROI. In this article, I hope to underscore the growth aspect of the order fulfillment process by the company’s management indicative of a strong future revenue outlook and a lower risk for investors.

In the Q2 2020 filings, BBBY announced that it had grown its digital channels by 89%. This move was in line with the desire to drive strategic growth plans that would see the company prioritize spending on essential capital expenditures. The stock is currently 66.85% off the 5-year high when it stood at $57.66 on October 2015.

Bed Bath & Beyond could see higher customer growth as well as an increase in new customers especially as it seeks to revamp its Buy-Online-Pick-Up-In-Store (BOPIS) and contactless Curbside Pickup services. The ease provided by these two new digital services saw

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Here’s How Bed Bath & Beyond Stock Finds Its Way Back up to $20



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Bed Bath & Beyond (NASDAQ:BBBY) stock perked up in late September after the analyst team over at Baird upgraded BBBY stock to “Outperform” while lifting its price target to $20.



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To some investors, BBBY stock soaring to $20 may seem like a pipeline dream.

After all, this was a $3.50 stock just six months ago, mostly because Bed Bath & Beyond has been a struggling retailer in a shrinking physical retail world for several years. Indeed, the company hasn’t grown sales in almost five years.

But BBBY stock will soar to $20, mostly because a competent management team is flawlessly executing a promising turnaround strategy that will ultimately end in Bed Bath & Beyond turning into a more modern, more relevant and more profitable retailer.

As that happens, the

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Why Bed Bath & Beyond Stock Is Up

In this episode of MarketFoolery, Chris Hill chats with Motley Fool analyst Jim Gillies about the latest headlines and earning reports from Wall Street. They’ve got the turnaround story of Bed Bath & Beyond (NASDAQ:BBBY), they go through the sales report of a food and beverage giant, discuss an iconic brand returning to public markets, and much more.

To catch full episodes of all The Motley Fool’s free podcasts, check out our podcast center. To get started investing, check out our quick-start guide to investing in stocks. A full transcript follows the video.

This video was recorded on October 1, 2020.

Chris Hill: It’s Thursday, October 1st. Welcome to MarketFoolery. I’m Chris Hill, joining me from the Great White North, Mr. Jim Gillies. Good to see you, my friend.

Jim Gillies: Good to be seen, Chris.

Hill: We have got snacks and beverages. We have an iconic

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Has Bed, Bath Stock Gone Beyond?

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A short squeeze has nearly doubled the value of Bed, Bath & Beyond (NASDAQ:BBBY) shares over the last month. But BBBY stock is still cheap.

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The shorts were hammered by an August quarter earnings surprise. The home goods chain earned $218 million, $1.76 per share, on sales of $2.69 billion.  Revenue nearly equaled 2019 levels. Analysts had been expecting a loss.

Short volume, trades held in expectation shares would drop in value, was nearly 19% before earnings. By Oct. 5 they were down to 12%.

But it’s not too late for you to get in.

Tritton Beats Covid-19

I have been expecting a turnaround ever since CEO Mark Tritton was hired away from Target (NYSE:TGT), where he had been chief merchandising officer.

Shortly before the pandemic I even bought shares of BBY stock, praising

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Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY) is a Great Momentum Stock: Should You Buy?

Momentum investing is all about the idea of following a stock’s recent trend, which can be in either direction. In the ‘long’ context, investors will essentially be “buying high, but hoping to sell even higher.” And for investors following this methodology, taking advantage of trends in a stock’s price is key; once a stock establishes a course, it is more than likely to continue moving in that direction. The goal is that once a stock heads down a fixed path, it will lead to timely and profitable trades.

While many investors like to look for momentum in stocks, this can be very tough to define. There is a lot of debate surrounding which metrics are the best to focus on and which are poor quality indicators of future performance. The Zacks Momentum Style Score, part of the Zacks Style Scores, helps address this issue for us.

Below, we take a

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This Big Earnings Beat Means Bed Bath & Beyond Stock Can Run to $40

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Ever since the Covid-19 pandemic ravished the physical retail sector, I’ve been loudly bullish on Bed Bath & Beyond (NASDAQ:BBBY), calling the depressed retailer one of the best and most overlooked turnaround stories in the entire market. See here, here, here and here. BBBY stock  just proved me right, by reporting blowout second quarter numbers which smashed expectations and largely underscored that the home goods retailer is in the midst of a big comeback.

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BBBY stock popped more than 35% on the earnings beat. Shares are now up 494% from their coronavirus lows. This rally isn’t over just yet.

Bed Bath & Beyond stock was so depressed — and so many people on Wall Street thought this company was going bankrupt — that even if the company just stabilizes sales and slightly improves margins over the next few

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