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Wal-Mart: Up Against The Wall

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The world's biggest retailer holds its annual meeting Friday - and some speculate it could be CEO Lee Scott's last stand. That leaves you one day to make your move. What is it?

Jeff Macke thinks it’s time for Wal-Mart (WMT) CEO Lee Scott to go. He adds the stock hasn’t really moved in 5 years and upper management is clearly distracted by impending lawsuits.

If speculation suggests there’s going to be a change at the top – Jeff says WMT is a raging buy.

Pete Najarian agrees and says overall he prefers Target (TGT).

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