Lennar Corp. (LEN)

46.83
0.94 1.97
NYSE : Consumer Durables
Prev Close 47.77
Open 47.95
Day Low/High 46.82 / 48.09
52 Wk Low/High 37.29 / 55.77
Volume 2.89M
Avg Volume 2.78M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 284.40M
Market Cap 14.88B
EPS 5.50
P/E Ratio 7.95
Div & Yield 0.16 (0.33%)

What Stocks to Buy Now

There are dozens of juicy opportunities in this market.

Bull Chart of the Day: ITB

ETF provides a foundation in homebuilder stocks.

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.

The Week Ahead: Oh, the Drama!

Yellen and the Fed will be going under the microscope again.

8 Signs the Market Is Remarkably Healthy

These are surefire indications of a bountiful tape.

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

Their stocks are still overpriced despite low demand.

The Week Ahead

Watch the ECB, economic data, and earnings.

Oil Approaching Equilibrium

We're in the sweet spot where everybody can win.

Probably Best to Sidestep Homebuilders

Retail investors and asset managers are pretty bad at economic forecasting.

A Case for Rational Markets

Because there is something joyous about rationality.

As Goes Housing, So Goes the Economy

Do homebuilder stocks reflect expectations for economic growth?

Cramer: A Dozen Sectors to Snap Up

As 2014 winds down, you could almost throw darts at these standout groups -- but here are my own picks.

Cramer: The American Dream Has a Problem

Home buying is slow, and the whole economy suffers.

Growth Seekers Return

Investors are seeing growth today in three areas.

Cramer: Defaults Are Good

If you want a strong housing market, allow loan defaults.

Lennar Is on the Move

Lennar Is on the Move

I will be adding as a breakout develops.

Texas Is More Than Just an Economy Based on Energy. It's Not the 1980s Anymore!

Texas Is More Than Just an Economy Based on Energy. It's Not the 1980s Anymore!

The Texas economy is not the economy of the 1980s driven by oil, but rather a globally diversified economy.

Housing is in Solid Expansion and you Should see Stronger New Home Sales and Starts

Housing is in Solid Expansion and you Should see Stronger New Home Sales and Starts

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.

U.S. Home Price Increases Slow Everywhere but New York City

U.S. Home Price Increases Slow Everywhere but New York City

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.

The Week Ahead: A Stretched Consumer

Credit-card debt creeping into nosebleed territory.

They're Buying Up Again

Competing views have turned positive as we wind through the thicket of the Fed and Alibaba.

Lennar Leaps on Third-Quarter Report

Lennar Leaps on Third-Quarter Report

The stock is now up 15% from last month's low.

This Morning's Market Setup

Where it began. The rundown: • U.S. futures are flattish this morning. (S&P 500 futures are unchanged and Nasdaq futures are 3 handles lower) • Europe is up by about 0.50% on average. • The Nikkei is down 0.13%. The Wall Street Journal (Jon Hilsenra...

Why Housing Is Still Good and How to Play It

Housing starts are still too low to meet the coming demand.  

Homebuilders Are Still Too High

The fundamentals suggest these stocks should be much lower.

The Friday Wrap

It looks like the second half of the year will be far better than the first.