Investors may want to consider shopping for shares of Kohl's: Barron's

Barron's thinks Kohl's (KSS) — which Lawrence Strauss says has been "about as interesting as a pair of khaki pants" — is finally set to "live up to its retail motto 'Expect Great Things.'"

Strauss says investors are protected on the downside by the company's dividend and penchant for buybacks and notes that with a little help from "modest" revenue growth and higher margins, the shares could rise by 20% or more.

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  • rajreddyus
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    May be 20% gain not until end of 2014. For now this stock loves $50 to $51 range until 1st quarter of 2014 beyond that it is subjective to general performance of the economy. I wouldn't price in that price now and buy this stock at the current price levels(54.90) at this price this stock is overpriced and waiting for a downward pop in $50 ranges. Given the weak consumer spending until q1 of next year.
    28 Oct 2013, 02:29 AM Reply Like
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