PulteGroup, Inc. (PHM)

47.41
1.67 3.65
NYSE
Prev Close 45.74
Open 46.00
Day Low/High 46.00 / 48.12
52 Wk Low/High 17.12 / 49.70
Volume 2.62M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 265.89B
Market Cap 11.64B
P/E Ratio 10.23
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

PulteGroup upgraded at JP Morgan

Cramer: D.R. Horton And Pulte Are Good Housing Plays

Cramer: D.R. Horton And Pulte Are Good Housing Plays

Jim Cramer believes we are officially in a housing recovery and thinks one way to play the improvement is though the marginal homebuilders.

Building on Momentum

Building on Momentum

Some of the homebuilders still have room to run.

PulteGroup upgraded at FBR

Cramer: Home Depot Is Taking Share

Cramer: Home Depot Is Taking Share

Jim Cramer likes what he's hearing from Home Depot and only sees upside for the stock as the housing market takes off.

PulteGroup upgraded at Credit Suisse

They Just Don't Get Pulte Group!

They Just Don't Get Pulte Group!

Marek Fuchs, senior contributing analyst at TheStreet, beats his head on media housing hopes.

Homebuilders Start to Look Constructive

Homebuilders Start to Look Constructive

The sector is showing signs of life, and one of my 'guru strategies' points to one name in particular.

PulteGroup upgraded at KeyBanc

Fitz Bits: Toppled Homebuilders

Fitz Bits: Toppled Homebuilders

You don't want to be in these shares right now.

The Remarkable Tales of Boca Biff

The Remarkable Tales of Boca Biff

Let's recount the ups and downs of this ultimate plunger and paragon of speculation.

The Remarkable Tales of Boca Biff

Let's recount the ups and downs of this ultimate plunger and paragon of speculation. "What we have learned from history is that we have not learned from history."  -- Benjamin Disraeli In January 2004, Boca Biff made his debut in my diary. No charac...

Going to the Mattresses

Going to the Mattresses

The mattress stocks have been anything but sleepy.

Another Serving of Turbo-Charged Breakouts

Another Serving of Turbo-Charged Breakouts

Following up on Monday's piece, these breakout stocks are likewise set to shoot even higher.

Play Housing Without Homebuilders

Play Housing Without Homebuilders

This company's leaner, more flexible and focused on its core competencies.

Crack the Door on the Housing Market

Crack the Door on the Housing Market

Housing has begun embarking on a recovery, and this low-key name looks like a solid way to play it.

Pulte Homes downgraded at UBS

Builders Looking Constructive Again

Builders Looking Constructive Again

Investors who want to make an early play on a housing recovery may want to consider these two names.

Better Opportunities Await

Better Opportunities Await

I see no reason to be buying at this time, even for the longer term.

Better Opportunities Await

Better Opportunities Await

I see no reason to be buying at this time, even for the longer term.

January Effect Will Soon End

January Effect Will Soon End

If you must own a single-digit darling, look within the home builders sector.

Pulte Homes downgraded at Guggenheim

Housing's Perfect Storm Is Dead Ahead

Housing's Perfect Storm Is Dead Ahead

Income requirement increases could shock the industry if utility costs are required in mortgage qualifications.

Black Is White, Up Is Down

Black Is White, Up Is Down

It's the odd, nutty action that defines the beginning of the year when themes change.

Homebuilders Roar Back to Life

Homebuilders Roar Back to Life

Technical improvements in the long-term patterns point to even higher prices for the sector.

Homebuilders Roar Back to Life

Homebuilders Roar Back to Life

Technical improvements in the long-term patterns point to even higher prices for the sector.

Don't Get Too Excited About Housing

Don't Get Too Excited About Housing

Today's bump in pending home sales is an anomaly, even if it causes some stocks to move.

Fingers Crossed for Some Big Buyers

Fingers Crossed for Some Big Buyers

The market won't be in the clear until we see some institutional buying. Plus, my weekly model portfolio update.

In Housing, Think Repairs, Not Builders

In Housing, Think Repairs, Not Builders

Homebuilders' prospects remain dim, but homeowners will be spending on repairs and remodeling.