|Day Low/High||25.74 / 26.53|
|52 Wk Low/High||16.82 / 31.83|
Jim Cramer says he's a fan of KB Home but says that it's a stock that most of the housing analysts on Wall Street don't like.
In the week of Jan. 9, a host of major banks will report earnings.
Compared to the markets 17 years ago, after the tech bubble burst, we are only now getting into the green.
The floodgates have opened for a lot of companies -- even for growing marijuana.
Who is buying KBH on weakness? Probably not a trader.
All eyes are on the housing sector and home building stocks as interest rates tick higher.
And what happened to all those predicting a surprise rate hike?
Stocks extend gains after the Federal Reserve opts to leave interest rates at crises levels for another month.
KB Home put up a strong quarter and should be taken out considering its prime properties, says Jim Cramer.
Can any of these trends be stopped by rate hikes? No, as they are secular in nature.
Does the chart show a strong foundation for further gains or should we check the permits again?
On Tuesday, September 20, investors await quarterly results from FedEx..
The Federal Reserve takes center stage for the week of September 19.
The charts of the homebuilding stocks present conflicting signals.
Peter Boockvar checks out today's May U.S. existing-home-sales report: "May U.S. existing-home sales, which measure closings on deals likely signed between February and April, totaled an annualized 5.53 million. That's a touch below the 5.55 million...
Jim Cramer says Lennar is a star in the home building space, but KB Home should be acquired by another company.
On Tuesday, June 21, investors await remarks from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen on Capitol Hill, along with earnings from FedEx, among other companies.
The picture is changing for the housing market.
Jim Cramer says PulteGroup should buy rival homebuilder KB Home.
Build your own residential construction basket or set up a long/short pairing.
The stock is beating the S&P 500, but still has room to run.
Yellen is going to do everything in her power to keep the FOMC hawks at bay