Be sure to check out our detailed stock analysis (click here). Best Buy (NYSE: BBY) has seen an interesting rebound in its stock price over the past few months, this despite the retailer's founder, Richard Schulze, announcing that any possibility of a buyout was off the table. Schulze's speculated off to take Best Buy private, back in August, was said to be upwards of $24 per share. Schulze, owning 20% of the brick-n-mortar company, was hoping to pull off a management led buyout to take the company private and revamp its deteriorating business model. Despite Schulze's decision not to pursue a buyout, the stock still moved higher. However, I remain cautious on the brick-and-mortar retailer, and would rather look to Aaron's, Inc. (NYSE: AAN) to gain some exposure to the electronics retail market.
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