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The trend is your friend but wait for a more calculated entry and don't chase stocks.
Before you join the rush back into housing stocks, consider these macro and governmental factors.
Sometimes stocks simply get tired, and I think that's what happened with D.R. Horton Monday.
With the election out of the way, we've traded one uncertainty for another.
Sector winners and losers. Restaurant stocks -- including Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG), Starbucks (SBUX) and Ruby Tuesday (RT) -- are weak. (Remember I mentioned several days ago that my contacts with four restaurant managements was that business st...
Even though July was revised down, the last three months and past year are showing improvement in the housing market.
There is no reason to believe the market is topping out. It just needs to digest its gains.
Jim Cramer believes we are officially in a housing recovery and thinks one way to play the improvement is though the marginal homebuilders.
Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at upcoming economic data plus the recent outperformance of the homebuilders.
The group made some good strides in 2011, and the past turbulence may be gone for now.
I particularly like the look of the iShares Dow Jones U.S. Home Construction Index Fund right now.
The Case-Shiller index holds its ground, but in the context of other data, it doesn't look so good.
Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, beats his head on media housing hopes.
A closer look at Case-Shiller shows many areas of the country have stabilized.
Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at economic data and earnings reports scheduled for the coming week.
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.
Global fundamentals suggest that this will not be a repeat of 2011's flame-out.