Toll Brothers, Inc. (TOL)

60.34
NYSE
Prev Close 58.56
Day Low/High 58.20 / 60.42
52 Wk Low/High 19.37 / 60.53
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 123.12B
Market Cap 7.21B
P/E Ratio 14.95
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)
Twitter Surge Can't Save Stocks

Twitter Surge Can't Save Stocks

Twitter's successful IPO was not enough to stem profit taking on Wall Street. Gregory Zuckerman talks about his new book The Frackers.

Buying Facebook Off the Map

Buying Facebook Off the Map

I could create a dominant, diverse company with FB's  $125 billion cap.

Cramer: The Dichotomy in Housing

Cramer: The Dichotomy in Housing

Home-related stocks aren't handcuffed to the homebuilders.

The Daily Dose: Someone Must Be Sheriff

The Daily Dose: Someone Must Be Sheriff

Stock market gains are not yet showing up in consumption:

The Daily Dose: The Hidden Earnings Season

The Daily Dose: The Hidden Earnings Season

The macro situation is obscuring the action in individual names.

Cramer: DC Hurts Housing

Cramer: DC Hurts Housing

Jim Cramer says the problems in Washington will hurt the housing market in the near term.

Have a Plan in Place, Just in Case

Have a Plan in Place, Just in Case

Here are some stocks that will do well amid a U.S. debt default -- and others that stand to get clobbered.

Toll Brothers downgraded at Goldman

Lennar Leads Builders Higher

Lennar Leads Builders Higher

Lennar's positive earnings has pulled the homebuilders higher, but Cuttone's Keith Bliss thinks the group will go flat before moving higher.

Cramer: What To Watch In Lennar

Cramer: What To Watch In Lennar

Lennar is the country's largest home builder. Jim Cramer explains what he'll be looking at within the earnings report.

The Daily Dose: What Just Happened at the Fed?

The Daily Dose: What Just Happened at the Fed?

We are all generally flying blind at the moment!

Housing Bulls Welcome Bad News

Housing Bulls Welcome Bad News

Low mortgage applications may prevent the Fed from tapering.

Housing Looks Headed for Turbulence

Housing Looks Headed for Turbulence

Employment is a good leading indicator, and the data don't look good.

Playing A Stall In Housing

Playing A Stall In Housing

Interest rates are hurting organic home buyers and institutional buyers are slowing purchases, stalling the housing recovery says Doug Kass.

Cramer: Housing Not Building

Cramer: Housing Not Building

Jim Cramer believes the housing sector is losing its ground and not building on the recent gains. His focus will be away from this group.

The Daily Dose: Strategy Sheet for the Hardcore Player

The Daily Dose: Strategy Sheet for the Hardcore Player

Here are some of the most fascinating nuggets from earnings season

Folks - It's a Normal Correction

Folks - It's a Normal Correction

Some are blaming today's selling on worries about the Fed minutes, but Ben Willis of Albert Fried says its just a normal correction.

Housing Not Trumping Fed Worry

Housing Not Trumping Fed Worry

Continued positive news from the housing sector helped Lowe's and Toll Brothers, but worries about the Fed minutes hurts the overall market.

Early-Morning Market Look

Let's take a peek at the overnight and early-morning trading in the major asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures down 4; Nasdaq futures down 8; Nikkei up 0.2% (strength in tech/telecom while basic materials and energy lagged); China Shanghai flat (...

The Daily Dose: Hacking at the Brush

The Daily Dose: Hacking at the Brush

Homebuilders may be a guide to when the market reverses.

Rate Rise Won't Slay Housing

Rate Rise Won't Slay Housing

The recent tick up in mortgage rates is not enough to derail the housing recovery, says Bob Walters, Chief Economist at Quicken Loans.

The Day Ahead: Protect Your Soul

The Day Ahead: Protect Your Soul

 The rally is more leveraged to liquidity matters than to earnings

Is This the Tipping Point?

Is This the Tipping Point?

Just look at Toll Brothers today.

For These Housing Numbers, Context Is Key

For These Housing Numbers, Context Is Key

The headline numbers may look poor, but a deeper read reveals a different story.

Appraising the Homebuilders

Appraising the Homebuilders

Two interesting developments in the housing market.

Housing Pops, Bernanke on Deck

Housing Pops, Bernanke on Deck

The housing market index rises the most since 1996, and Bernanke speaks Wednesday. UBS's Kevin Cummins gives TheStreet's Joe Deaux his take.

The Day Ahead: Falling From a High

The Day Ahead: Falling From a High

Watch for a pullback in consumer discretionary names.

Longer Term Outlook Is Negative

Longer Term Outlook Is Negative

This does not appear to be a time to be a buyer.

Housing Headwinds Begin

Housing Headwinds Begin

A government refinancing program could create a glut of inventory.

Morning Call, June 26

Morning Call, June 26

Brittany Umar and Scott Redler, chief strategic officer at T3Live.com, reveal how to trade stocks ahead of earnings season: retail, banks, tech.