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Expect many years of an improving housing market, barring a major domestic recession.
Some small caps I own are on the move of late, and are still attractive.
It looks from the futures like we're in for a flattish opening to begin the trading week. I used my first missive today to talk about two sectors that I'm underweight on -- financials and utilities. Now, let's talk about two areas that I'm actually ...
A look at who will be up and who will down this earnings season.
The S&P 500 might be hitting a record, but tons of problems remain.
Their sole focus is the U.S. market and their earnings are rising.
These four options are well positioned ahead of next week's referendum.
There are ways to make money on recent stabilization without directly making a bet on oil prices.
Updates on smaller housing, retail and biotech plays recently mentioned on these pages.
There should be lots of pent-up demand, provided there's no recession and job growth stays steady.
LGI, Meritage and other housing stocks look good at current prices.
Wall Street's early rally has faded, and it's going to be interesting how markets do once Europe has closed. Today's stocks of note include The Gap (GPS), where dismal comps have shares down some 10%. Barracuda Networks (CUDA) is also getting shella...
And we're off! We're finally seeing a semblance of a rally after a very long and down week to open 2016. We saw a great December U.S. jobs report pretty much across the board. The number of jobs created came in at 292,000, significantly above the co...
Facebook is the way of the future, according to Jim Cramer, co-manager of Action Alerts PLUS portfolio and host of CNBC’s ‘Mad Money.'
These 3 stocks should benefit from steady job growth and a decade of below-average starts.
These 3 stocks should benefit from increased activity in the domestic housing market.
Rising home demand is already showing in builders' recent quarterly results.
Forget market sentiment, look for companies that consistently move the revenue and earnings needles.