Buy One,Get One Free At SearsBy
For years, Sears Roebuck has been trying, with little success, to shake off its image as a stodgy retailer. And its stock has gone almost nowhere. Then earlier this summer, Sears was found to have overbilled customers in its auto-repair shops. Not surprisingly, the stock was zapped. Trading at 41, it sells just above book value in a stock market that on average trades at more than twice book. But some pros think now is the time to jump in.
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