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Do homebuilder stocks reflect expectations for economic growth?
That new high brings the S&P to quite a historically lofty P/E.
Where it began. If a nation values anything more than freedom, it will lose its freedom; and the irony of it is that if it is comfort or money that it values more, it will lose that too. --Somerset Maugham The rundown: • U.S. futures are slightly st...
These highs and Fed commentary may well trigger some turbulence.
If you have conviction about a company, don't be afraid to pull the trigger.
The Texas economy is not the economy of the 1980s driven by oil, but rather a globally diversified economy.
Housing data was a bit weaker Thursday with the October NAHB Index coming in at 54 versus the prior reading and consensus estimate of 59.
The latest S&P/Case-Shiller home price index report shows that while prices of homes around the country are continuing to climb, they are not climbing as fast as they once did.
Don't believe the chatter about the U.S. decoupling from Europe.
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.
I'm seeing a long-term oversold signal, but wait for the stock to close above this key level.
The recent weakness in Toll Brothers and D.R. Horton offers investors good entry points.
The S&P/Case-Shiller home price index rose 10.8% in April, marking its smallest 12-month gain in more than a year.
This looks like an imbalance between supply and price -- and it seems to have begun correcting.
The decline in mortgage rates and the lack of inventory could lift this group.