|Day Low/High||51.17 / 52.65|
|52 Wk Low/High||32.39 / 54.42|
Stocks fall as House Republicans' plans for tax reform are made public.
Homebuilders are going up despite rate increases; utilities, which should get hammered, are also going up.
Midday Report: Stocks traded lower Monday.
Smaller builders are of particular interest because they're acquisition candidates in a fragmented market.
They have faster growth prospects and sell for slightly cheaper valuations, as well.
The central bank will probably hike rates this week, which could have unpleasant consequences for bulls.
There are too many zero-sum games being portrayed as win-wins.
The scale is weighted toward the bears and industrial names in particular.
Today, we are looking at higher earnings coupled with unprecedented expansionary fiscal policies.
Housing, oil and other faves are enough to make me break into song.
Builders are shifting focus toward people 25-years-old to 34-years-old as their buying power grows.
Shopping the trash bin can be profitable, but focus on those companies that have strong balance sheets.
The floodgates have opened for a lot of companies -- even for growing marijuana.
U.S. stocks added to massive gains enjoyed at the start of the week as voters headed to the polls to pick the next U.S. president.
Investors are bracing for Tuesday's all-important U.S. presidential election between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
No matter who wins the election, there are ways to make money.
For the week of November 7, all eyes will be on Tuesday's presidential election.
Prices going up while momentum is going down is a bearish divergence and a warning that the rally in the home builder is slowing.
A healthy job market that is giving people the resources needed in today's strict lending environment.
It looks from the futures like we're in for a flattish opening to begin the trading week. I used my first missive today to talk about two sectors that I'm underweight on -- financials and utilities. Now, let's talk about two areas that I'm actually ...
There are plenty of doubters about the market and its record highs.