The Home Depot, Inc. (NYSE:HD) is a home improvement retailer. The Home Depot stores sells an assortment of building materials, home improvement and lawn and garden products and provide a number of services. The Home Depot, Inc achieved its new 52 week high price of $48.07 where it was opened at $48.06 up 0.21 points or +0.45% by closing at $46.92. HD transacted shares during the day were over 20.47 million shares however it has an average volume of 9.21 million shares. HD has intra-day market capitalization $72.33 billion and an enterprise value at $80.88 billion. Trailing twelve months price to sales ratio of the stock was 1.04 while price to book ratio in most recent quarter was 4.07. In profitability ratios, net profit margin in past twelve months appeared at 5.32% whereas operating profit margin for the same period at 9.21%. The company made a return on asset of 9.61% in past twelve months and return on equity of 20.04% for similar period. In the period of trailing 12 months it generated revenue amounted to $69.51 billion gaining $43.87 revenue per share. Its year over year, quarterly growth of revenue was 4.40% holding 12.00% quarterly earnings growth. According to preceding quarter balance sheet results, the company had $2.23 billion cash in hand making cash per share at 1.45. The total of $10.78 billion debt was there putting a total debt to equity ratio 60.68. Moreover its current ratio according to same quarter results was 1.46 and book value per share was 11.53. Looking at the trading information, the stock price history displayed that its S&P500 52 Week Change illustrated 4.19% where the stock current price exhibited up beat from its 50 day moving average price $44.67 and remained above from its 200 Day Moving Average price $38.03. HD holds 1.54 billion outstanding shares with 1.53 billion floating shares where insider possessed 0.12% and institutions kept 72.70%.