NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- The last time we discussed Lowe's (LOW - Get Report), I said that for its own good and for the sake of investors, the retail giant, which is immured in a battle with rival Home Depot (HD - Get Report), had better start improving.Contrary to what some readers believed, I didn't think that was a huge demand. After all, "improving" is in the company's slogan. But here's the thing: Even though I wasn't particularly enamored with Lowe's recent performances, I still believed that Lowe's stock, which did not fully reflect the company's long-term potential, was a strong buy.
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