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The end of the deduction could present buying opportunities.
LPL Financial wealth manager Gene Panasenko says the latest housing number is a positive to look at amid a raft of choppy economic data that has emerged in 2014.
Home prices rose slightly more than expected in December, according to the S&P/Case-Shiller index, while Home Depot reported a higher-than-expected quarterly profit.
Keith Bliss of Cuttone & Co. isn't so sure the weather is to blame for the reduced homebuilder confidence, and he will be watching Wednesday's housing starts report.
Here are the sectors that will see material gains and losses from heavy weather.
Long-term fundamentals look favorable, but we shouldn't overlook near-term concerns.
Measurement Specialties and the XHB have had strong runs, so ring that register.
These sectors are the places to be, even after yesterday's remarkable rally.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer is cautious of Lennar because the stock is closely tied to a taper of the Federal Reserve's quantitative easing program.
The continued growth in housing starts is a good sign for homebuilders in the new year, says Stocks Under $10 Portfolio Manager David Peltier.
Figured as much. Toll Brothers (TOL) is now down on the day. Earlier I warned about how this quarter is shaping up.
Shares are back down to unchanged on the note that contract signings for the first five weeks of the current quarter were flat. Toll Brothers (TOL) gapped higher in premarket trading today and in the early regular going, but it's now unchanged after...
The luxury homebuilder reported an upside earnings surprise. Luxury homebuilder Toll Brothers' (TOL) reported an upside earnings surprise in its fourth-quarter results. Contract signings in the first five weeks of the new fiscal quarter are flat yea...
TheStreet's Jill Malandrino and Andrew Krill preview the week ahead with a focus on international data and quarterly reports.
As the housing recovery continues and interest rates rise, Jim Cramer says Toll Brothers' quarterly report next week is a key one to watch.
If you have the money, lock in a mortgage rate for a new home purchase. Digital Risk's Jeff Taylor tells TheStreet's Joe Deaux how the taper will affect new home sales in 2014.
Cuttone's Keith Bliss remains neutral on housing due to the mixed messages the data is sending.
FOMC minutes, housing data and retail earnings are on tap. David Peltier and Andrew Krill look at the Week Ahead.