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Income requirement increases could shock the industry if utility costs are required in mortgage qualifications.
It's the odd, nutty action that defines the beginning of the year when themes change.
Today's bump in pending home sales is an anomaly, even if it causes some stocks to move.
The market won't be in the clear until we see some institutional buying. Plus, my weekly model portfolio update.
Homebuilders' prospects remain dim, but homeowners will be spending on repairs and remodeling.
If it passes, it could become the catalyst for the largest private-sector urban and suburban revitalization since World War II.
This drop hasn't got far to go, but short sellers will get another, and perhaps better, chance.
Holding on to my short in this name as shaky consumer demand will likely continue to have a negative effect on the restaurant industry.
Those who unafraid to go against the crowd can make a nice profit on the long side in the next few days.