|Day Low/High||65.10 / 67.90|
|52 Wk Low/High||23.11 / 66.38|
Cryptos and cash are both headed for a real fight. For their own existence.
Let's review the charts and indicators.
Here's the kind I like to buy -- and the vetted stocks that you can play on 'good' risk.
Yesterday's Building Permits rose 4.5% MoM to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.709 million, well above the expected 1.6 million, and the highest level since August of 2006 when the nation was in the midst of a housing boom. Housing Starts also...
As power has changed hands in the White House, we can expect these names -- and themes -- to benefit.
New home sales in November totaled 841k, well below the estimate of 995k and down from 999k in October. For reasons I can't figure, there was a sharp month over month decline in sales in the Midwest and a five month low in sales out West. Those in t...
Most important come Inauguration Day is the seamless transition of leadership over 'Operation Warp Speed'.
It depends on the homebuilder; let's check out the technical differences between Hovnanian Enterprises and Toll Brothers.
A small western homebuilder and a furniture maker are the latest to see their businesses improve amid the pandemic.
Let's check out both the stocks that are going strong -- even without a stimulus -- and what I call the nascent bull markets.
Let's check the charts as Toll Brothers gets upgraded to a Buy by TheStreet's quantitative service.
In this market where all bets are on -- look at CRM, TSLA, AAPL -- sometimes I have to remember my mom's advice on when to ring the register.
Monday's market action was in no way similar to that recent disparity between the 'haves' and 'have nots.'
Next week is the last full week of August and the start of the last two weeks of the summer given how the Labor Day holiday falls this year. If you were expecting a quiet week on the earnings front, you may not want to read what I have to share next...
Haverty Furniture recently increased its quarterly dividend by almost 36% to $0.19 per share, and is poised to get a boost from housing demand.
For housing, lower rates have the biggest multiplier impact of any industry in the country.
Remember the mantra of the show: to teach, to educate, to explain, to put in context and entertain. I know trading. I was one.
In the short run TOL could bounce higher with the broad market recovery but eventually it will need to stand on its own.
Plus, a bit of coaching on how to put your money to work opportunistically amid the uncertainty.
Even as rates are extraordinarily low, even as employment is strong, there's an innate caution developed from the Great Recession.
There's no real millennial analyst cohort on Wall Street. But the Toll Brothers analyst call illuminates some key trends.