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Do homebuilder stocks reflect expectations for economic growth?
These highs and Fed commentary may well trigger some turbulence.
Some charts on the homebuilder hurt. Housing charts look like a backward letter J or a fish hook here. That's not a good thing for bulls in the names. Add the fact that many of the homebuilders saw bearish engulfing candles yesterday and the news ge...
Housing starts are still too low to meet the coming demand.
Consider a 'chicken short' -- a put spread -- on some housing names that look over-valued.
The economy is mending, but that won't fix companies that have structural problems.
Here are several key things to keep in mind as we dive in.
The Fed's monetary policy has not worked, and homebuilders' stocks should still be sold.
You'll need to be more discerning these days, so here's what to look for.
Here is what Wall Street analysts are up to this morning. Analysts' actions: Bernstein upgrades T. Rowe Price (TROW) to Outperform. Coach (COH) is downgraded to Equal-weight at Morgan Stanley. Sterne Agee lowers Beazer (BZH) to Neutral. UBS raises M...
With the election out of the way, we've traded one uncertainty for another.
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, beats his head on media housing hopes.
If you're tooling around for a housing-comeback trade, this turf-equipment maker is a nice choice.
Housing has begun embarking on a recovery, and this low-key name looks like a solid way to play it.
Investors who want to make an early play on a housing recovery may want to consider these two names.
Facebook finally filed for its hotly anticipated IPO of five billion dollars today after the closing bell.
Income requirement increases could shock the industry if utility costs are required in mortgage qualifications.
If it passes, it could become the catalyst for the largest private-sector urban and suburban revitalization since World War II.
A search for stocks trading for less than $3 turned up a long list that is dominated by banks.
Retail investors are scared off. How traders react to today's action is anybody's guess.