Short-Term Outlook: Effects of Policy, Monetary Stimulus - Industry Report on Autonation, Inc. and Carmax Inc
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JAKARTA, INDONESIA, Oct 26 (Marketwire) -- Moments ago, DividendSeeker.net introduced new coverage of Autonation, Inc. (NYSE: AN) and Carmax Inc (NYSE: KMX). Full outlook, analysis and consensus opinion is available to readers via the links below. www.DividendSeeker.net/r/forbes/5d88_AN www.DividendSeeker.net/r/forbes/af90_KMX The consistent delivery of accurate analyses relies solely on two factors, namely: market awareness and industry insight. Recent market drivers include a rise in new home sales to 5.7% in September to an annualized pace of 389,000 units, slightly stronger than market expectations for an increase to 385,000, recent confirmation of continued monetary stimulus and an unchanged FOMC policy and recent moderation of existing home sales in the US to 4.75 million annualized units in September 2012 from 4.83 million reported in the previous month. When it comes to discovering the right edge at the right time, all these factors play into effect. For a deeper understanding of the mechanics behind these events and how it can affect your portfolio, please refer to our email newsletter delivered to your inbox. Dividend Seeker is releasing new coverage on Autonation, Inc. for its current position within the consumer durables sector. AutoNation, Inc. (AutoNation) is an automotive retailer in the United States. As of December 31, 2011, the Company had three operating segments: Domestic, Import, and Premium Luxury. As of December 31, 2011, it owned and operated 258 new vehicle franchises from 215 stores located in the United States, predominantly in metropolitan markets in the Sunbelt region. A copy of this report featuring Autonation, Inc. (NYSE: AN) is available at: www.DividendSeeker.net/r/forbes/5d88_AN. Dividend Seeker has released research on Carmax Inc for its changing role within the consumer durables sector. CarMax, Inc. (CarMax) is a holding company and its operations are conducted through its subsidiaries. CarMax also wholesale used vehicles. The Company is a retailer of used cars, based on the 408,080 used vehicles it retailed during the fiscal year ended February 29, 2012 (fiscal 2012). To access the full research report on Carmax Inc (NYSE: KMX) we welcome investors to visit: www.DividendSeeker.net/r/forbes/af90_KMX. More About Dividend Seeker For those looking to grow their portfolio and increase their net worth, Dividend Seeker is the right choice. Simplify your due diligence process and access investing tools and tips to head-start your investments. Join the community, subscribe to our newsletter and begin to experience the power of information. The more relevant data you have, the more opportunities you discover. Contact: Edward Harris press@DividendSeeker.net www.DividendSeeker.net Copyright 2012, Marketwire, All rights reserved. -0-
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