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Although many housing related stocks have taken a beating in the last six months, here are two names worth making a move on.
Yellen is going to do everything in her power to keep the FOMC hawks at bay
Investors have been shifting away from the builders and toward the apartment developers and managers.
U.S. stocks opened lower on Tuesday as several major companies reported quarterly results.
The charts indicate a $20 price target for TOL.
A weekly close below $30 is likely to precipitate further losses.
In branded vs. unbranded apparel, discounters are doing better.
Stocks moved from heavy to slight losses for much of the day, ending modestly lower Tuesday after crude oil closed its third straight session in the red.
There are more bad cards in the deck than good ones right now, but that's no reason to quit the game.
Chart indicators are in a bearish configuration and suggest liquidation.
For Tuesday December 8, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from AutoZone (AZO), Toll Brothers (TOL), Costco Wholesale (COST), Dave & Buster's (PLAY), and Krispy Kreme Doughnuts (KKD).
For the week of December 7, TheStreet awaits quarterly results from H&R Block (HRB), AutoZone (AZO), Toll Brothers (TOL), Dave & Buster's (PLAY), Costco (COST), Lululemon Athletica (LULU) and more.
Homebuilders and regional banks are just 2 of the areas a Fed move would affect.
With targets met, it's time to close this trade.
Jim Cramer says Microsoft (MSFT) will report a decent quarter, thanks to Windows 10, but he wishes the company would make an acquisition.
Long a beneficiary of the low-interest-rate environment, luxury homebuilder Toll now faces a number of headwinds that will be a drag on growth.
This is simply a bad time to raise interest rates.
For Tuesday, August 25, TheStreet awaits the latest housing data plus quarterly results from Best Buy (BBY), DSW (DSW) and Toll Brothers (TOL).
The technical health of housing stocks is important to the stock market. Here are two strong housing charts.