Toll Brothers, Inc. (TOL)

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NYSE
Prev Close 52.63
Open 52.80
Day Low/High 49.79 / 53.55
52 Wk Low/High 13.28 / 51.11
Volume 2.06M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 122.82B
Market Cap 6.62B
P/E Ratio 14.95
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)
Daily Bear Chart: PulteGroup

Daily Bear Chart: PulteGroup

There are many weak charts among the homebuilders today, bit this one takes top honors.

Dear Fed: Please Don't Strangle a Nascent Housing Boom

I don't want the central bank to be late on raising rates, but there's harm in being early.

Toll Brothers Beats Estimates on Profit, Misses on Revenue

Toll Brothers Beats Estimates on Profit, Misses on Revenue

Toll Brothers (TOL) reported earnings on Wednesday that beat analyst estimates.

Costco Earnings, Housing Data: What to Watch on Wall Street May 27

Costco Earnings, Housing Data: What to Watch on Wall Street May 27

On Wednesday, May 27 we await quarterly results from Michael Kors (KORS), Tiffany & Co. (TIF), Toll Brothers (TOL), DSW (DSW), Costco Wholesale Corp (COST), and Palo Alto Networks (PANW).

Market Wrap: Stocks Dive as Rate Hike Appears to Be Headed This Way

Market Wrap: Stocks Dive as Rate Hike Appears to Be Headed This Way

At least Time Warner Cable had a good day.

Exxon, BP Drop as Oil Slides; Stocks Hurt By Fed Hike Fears

Exxon, BP Drop as Oil Slides; Stocks Hurt By Fed Hike Fears

Stocks plummeted on stronger economic data which exacerbated fears the Federal Reserve will hike interest rates sooner than expected.

Workday Earnings, GDP, Housing Data: What to Watch in the Week Ahead

Workday Earnings, GDP, Housing Data: What to Watch in the Week Ahead

For the week of May 25, we outline the key earnings reports and economic data to keep an eye on.

The Week Ahead: Shorter but Still Lots of Data to Absorb

The Week Ahead: Shorter but Still Lots of Data to Absorb

Decreased spending becomes a concern as more sectors affected.

GDP, Housing and Manufacturing Data, Retail in the Trading Week Ahead

GDP, Housing and Manufacturing Data, Retail in the Trading Week Ahead

Markets are closed on May 25, in observance of Memorial Day and the earnings season is winding down, but traders have a massive amount of economic data to examine.

Despite Home Depot Results, Be Cautious on Housing Stocks

Despite Home Depot Results, Be Cautious on Housing Stocks

New starts rise may be more of a snap back than sustainable upturn. 

Now's the Time to Buy Homebuilder Stocks

Tepid reaction to housing news means they'll trade higher.

Toll Brothers upgraded at Sterne Agee

The Week Ahead: Picture Gets Clearer

The Week Ahead: Picture Gets Clearer

Upcoming reports will provide more details on the economy.

Cramer: Ring the Register With AOL, Target's Reinvention Is Working

Cramer: Ring the Register With AOL, Target's Reinvention Is Working

Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

Persistent Theme: Job Quality and Wages

Persistent Theme: Job Quality and Wages

Can earnings rebound in the back half of the year?

Find Growth Stocks Before Wall Street

Look for the ones under-owned by large institutional investors.

Housing Repeats Seasonal Pattern

Housing Repeats Seasonal Pattern

Hopes for recovery boost homebuilders this time of year.

The Week Ahead: Earnings Galore

With over 600 companies set to report, we'll get a clearer picture.

The Week Ahead: Data vs. Earnings

The Week Ahead: Data vs. Earnings

Reports to watch: Retail sales, Beige Book, housing starts.

Enough Already About the Fed

There are much more important things going on.

Cautious on Housing Data

Cautious on Housing Data

Tread lightly with homebuilders.

Fed Loses the Patient, Saves Its Options

Amid evidence of slower growth, we're not surprised by the hedging.

TOL Investor Mtg.

Time to Take Profits on Homebuilders

A slowdown in house building, mainly due to the weather, is ahead.

Time to Take Profits on Homebuilders

Time to Take Profits on Homebuilders

A slowdown in house building, mainly due to the weather, is ahead.

Cramer: Where's the Oil-Induced Crash?

The cut at the pump is a stunning positive for consumers.

CEOs Reveal the Next Investment Themes

Company presentations are a great way to get insights.

Cramer: The Boom Under the Radar

A boring, plain recovery is being overlooked, and that's good.

Bull Market? You'd Better Believe It Is!

Because even when things go wrong, bull markets go up.