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Scholastic (schl) Stock Research

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Company Description: Scholastic Corporation, with its subsidiaries, is a US-based publisher and distributor of childrens books, magazines, films, toys, and educational technology products, as well as teacher materials, interactive and audio products, promotional activities, and non-book merchandise. The company distributes its books and products through various channels that consist of retail stores, schools, libraries, school-based book clubs, book fairs, television networks, and online. Update

Market Research Update

Discretionary Industry Analysis: The consumer discretionary industry includes companies whose sales come from consumer discretionary income purchases. Discretionary income = gross income less taxes and necessities such as rent, mortgage and food. Discretionary Trading Strategy: The consumer discretionary industry tends to be very sensitive to economic cycles. Look for undervalued discretionary investments during economic recessions when stock prices are low and sell discretionary investments during the late stages of a bull markets when stock prices are high. The global economy is currently in a recession, therefore, it is the perfect time to purchase consumer discretionary investments. Upward sloping stock charts and financial news may indicate a selling opportunity while the opposite means that stocks are becoming undervalued.

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Strategy Analysis Update

Scholastic possesses significant barriers to entry that slows competitive threats and increases profits.

Strategy: Scholastic has a narrow focus that serves a particular customer niche with either a unique product or with a low cost advantage over competitors. (read more). Competitive Advantages:

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