Don’t Buy Walmart

At this price, it’s a hold.

I’m not anxious to sell as I see Walmart steadily increasing value. The financials are always rock solid, the dividend is there to keep me interested and it’s a company that let’s me sleep at night.

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Disclosure: Long WMT.

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Mike Nolan 1 year ago Member's comment

Thank you for this insight into being a seller on Walmart, as this was an area I was not familiar. But I can tell you that as a customer, Walmart is ages behind Amazon and other competitors.

Why can I get an item from Amazon in 1 to days, but on Walmart.com it can take a week or more? Why if I want to do an instore pickup, do they waste time and money to ship the item my local Walmart, when I know for a fact it's in the store already? That makes no sense.

Compare this with BestBuy. I place an order online. Within 30 minutes I'm told I can go pick it up. In under 3 minutes I am in and out of the store. I placed a similar order at Walmart. It took a week to arrive (even though it was also sold in store). Then it took an hour and half to pick it up. Why? There was no one manning the pick up counter. Even after having customer service announce over the PA system for someone multuple times, no one showed up. When someone finally did, the person didn't know how to process it. When someone finally arrived who could, they went to the warehouse for a very very long time. When I asked why, she said they had to manually scan with her eyes for my name on every box till she found it. That there was no rhyme or reason to how it was scanned. When the item was finally handed to me, the box was badly damaged as was the item inside.

This is anything but efficient! Bullish on $AMZN and $BBY, Bearish on $WMT.

James Hunter 1 year ago Member's comment

#Walmart is, and always has been, a mess.

Angry Old Lady 1 year ago Member's comment

Don't you mean you see how much money WALMART is leaking compared to the efficiency of Amazon? You wrote it the other way around.

Dick Kaplan 1 year ago Member's comment

No, he meant what he wrote. I too did a doubletake as I though Amazon was the king of efficiency, while as James son eloquentlg put it, I always though Walmart was a "mess."