What the Costco Downgrade Means for Mutual Fund Investors (COST)

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What the Costco Downgrade Means for Mutual Fund Investors (COST)

Shauna O'Brien Jan 13, 2015

Inside the Analyst Move

According to analyst Matthew J. Fassler: “Relative valuation has expanded, valuation metrics stand at or near peaks, earnings momentum appears poised to peak, and our forecasts for out-years now stand well below consensus. The company has executed exceptionally well and remains well positioned for long-term growth. But the Street appears to have digested the favorable impact of lower gas prices on profits, and to have overlooked the impact of forex pressure.”

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