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Here are several key things to keep in mind as we dive in.
Chief Economist of Freddie Mac, Frank Nothaft reveals that the Midwest region, Texas in particular, leads the way in housing growth, while Florida, New Jersey and North Carolina show the most improvement.
TheStreet's Stephanie Link and Jill Malandrino review trends in the labor and housing markets and the sectors and stocks that stand to benefit.
The Fed's monetary policy has not worked, and homebuilders' stocks should still be sold.
These names are unlikely to lead the market higher or resist a bear market.
RealMoney Pro contributor Chris Versace says he's avoiding homebuilders for now but the utilities group is heating up as temperatures continue to drop.
Long-term fundamentals look favorable, but we shouldn't overlook near-term concerns.
These sectors are the places to be, even after yesterday's remarkable rally.
The continued growth in housing starts is a good sign for homebuilders in the new year, says Stocks Under $10 Portfolio Manager David Peltier.
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It's a big week for retailers and homebuilders with a slew of big names reporting -- including Toll Brothers, Hovnanian, Costco and Lululemon.
As the housing recovery continues and interest rates rise, Jim Cramer says Toll Brothers' quarterly report next week is a key one to watch.
Five-year high in building permits is good news for the economy.
Stocks without leverage to the world's economies will be left behind.
You should revisit homebuilders, consumer staples and other sectors that have pulled back.
Employment is a good leading indicator, and the data don't look good.