D.R. Horton Inc. (DHI)

52.65
NYSE : Consumer Durables
Prev Close 51.15
Day Low/High 51.17 / 52.65
52 Wk Low/High 32.39 / 54.42
Avg Volume 4.22M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 369.82M
Market Cap 18.92B
EPS 3.90
P/E Ratio 12.30
Div & Yield 0.60 (1.18%)
News for Consumers Isn't Getting Any Better

News for Consumers Isn't Getting Any Better

Good news for renter-focused REITs, bad for homebuilders.

Now This Is What You Call a Good Setup

Now This Is What You Call a Good Setup

A lot of things are falling into place today.

U.S. Stocks Open Higher; Federal Reserve Begins 2-Day Meeting

U.S. Stocks Open Higher; Federal Reserve Begins 2-Day Meeting

U.S. stocks opened higher Tuesday as the Federal Reserve begins its 2-day meeting today on the economy and interest rates.

Futures Start Mixed With Fed and GDP on Tap

Futures Start Mixed With Fed and GDP on Tap

Two tech companies in Jim Cramer's charitable trust report as well.

Consumers Poised for Strong Recovery

Consumers Poised for Strong Recovery

Which means consumer stocks should be along for the ride.

There Is So Much Good News Out There

There Is So Much Good News Out There

Action in the insurance sector is just the start.

Lennar Jumps After Reporting Better Than Expected Earnings

Lennar Jumps After Reporting Better Than Expected Earnings

Shares of homebuilder Lennar (LEN) ended Wednesday's trading day with a gain of over 4 percent, making it TheStreet's Move of the Day.

The Week Ahead: Wait ... Earnings Season Isn't Over Just Yet!

The Week Ahead: Wait ... Earnings Season Isn't Over Just Yet!

This week we'll see about nine companies reporting that are worth paying attention to.

Why I'm Sitting Out Homebuilder Speculation

Why I'm Sitting Out Homebuilder Speculation

Margins continue to be hurt by incentives and concessions.

Standard Pacific, Ryland Lead Homebuilders; Greece Drags on Stocks

Standard Pacific, Ryland Lead Homebuilders; Greece Drags on Stocks

Homebuilders Standard Pacific (SPF) and Ryland Group (RYL) surged on Monday on news the two had agreed to merge to form a combined company with a market cap of $5.2B.

Exxon, BP Drop as Oil Slides; Stocks Hurt By Fed Hike Fears

Exxon, BP Drop as Oil Slides; Stocks Hurt By Fed Hike Fears

Stocks plummeted on stronger economic data which exacerbated fears the Federal Reserve will hike interest rates sooner than expected.

Despite Home Depot Results, Be Cautious on Housing Stocks

Despite Home Depot Results, Be Cautious on Housing Stocks

New starts rise may be more of a snap back than sustainable upturn. 

Now's the Time to Buy Homebuilder Stocks

Tepid reaction to housing news means they'll trade higher.

The Week Ahead: Picture Gets Clearer

The Week Ahead: Picture Gets Clearer

Upcoming reports will provide more details on the economy.

Persistent Theme: Job Quality and Wages

Persistent Theme: Job Quality and Wages

Can earnings rebound in the back half of the year?

Housing Repeats Seasonal Pattern

Housing Repeats Seasonal Pattern

Hopes for recovery boost homebuilders this time of year.

The Week Ahead: Earnings Galore

With over 600 companies set to report, we'll get a clearer picture.

Enough Already About the Fed

There are much more important things going on.

What Stocks to Buy Now

There are dozens of juicy opportunities in this market.

Bull Chart of the Day: ITB

Bull Chart of the Day: ITB

ETF provides a foundation in homebuilder stocks.

Cautious on Housing Data

Cautious on Housing Data

Tread lightly with homebuilders.

Fed Loses the Patient, Saves Its Options

Amid evidence of slower growth, we're not surprised by the hedging.

DR Horton upgraded at JMP

Time to Take Profits on Homebuilders

A slowdown in house building, mainly due to the weather, is ahead.

Time to Take Profits on Homebuilders

Time to Take Profits on Homebuilders

A slowdown in house building, mainly due to the weather, is ahead.

A Possible Shift From Consumer to Saver

A Possible Shift From Consumer to Saver

Data shows slower new order growth and subdued export demand

DR Horton downgraded at Citi

The Week Ahead

The Week Ahead

Busy, busy, busy. Get ready for earnings and data.

Homebuilders Look More Like a Tear-Down

Homebuilders Look More Like a Tear-Down

And why McDonald's shares will leave a bad taste in your mouth.

Homebuilders May Signal a Correction

Homebuilders May Signal a Correction

Their stocks are still overpriced despite low demand.