Toll Brothers, Inc. (TOL)

53.22
0.18 0.34
NYSE
Prev Close 53.04
Open 53.18
Day Low/High 52.22 / 53.53
52 Wk Low/High 13.28 / 51.11
Volume 511.69K
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 122.82B
Market Cap 6.56B
P/E Ratio 14.95
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)
The Week Ahead: Eye-Opening Data Could Lie Ahead

The Week Ahead: Eye-Opening Data Could Lie Ahead

Inflation remains very much in focus.

Corner of Wall & Main: Yes, Virginia, That's Inflation

Corner of Wall & Main: Yes, Virginia, That's Inflation

Keep a close eye on what the Fed has to say on the matter.

The Housing Doomsayers Appear Mistaken

The Housing Doomsayers Appear Mistaken

This looks like an imbalance between supply and price -- and it seems to have begun correcting.

The Week Ahead: Complacency Gets Rattled

The Week Ahead: Complacency Gets Rattled

Behold: It's the first market decline in weeks.

Housing Shows Signs of Perking Up

Housing Shows Signs of Perking Up

Pending home sales are strong, and home-improvement retailers are busy.

Cramer: Take Care Heading Into Jobs Report With Little Other Data

Cramer: Take Care Heading Into Jobs Report With Little Other Data

This week, the big item on the calendar is the nonfarm payrolls report for May. Jim Cramer says this will be a big report, especially as there are not a lot of other data or other companies reporting.

The Daily Dose: Stop Your Gawking

The Daily Dose: Stop Your Gawking

Pulling back the curtain on the money manager mystique.

Jim Cramer Says Buy Toll Brothers as Mortgage Rates Drop Below 4%

Jim Cramer Says Buy Toll Brothers as Mortgage Rates Drop Below 4%

TheStreet's Jim Cramer says interest rates have been moving lower, which is fantastic for homebuilders, especially high-end ones like Toll Brothers.

What Makes a Bull Market?

What Makes a Bull Market?

You're looking at one.

The Week Ahead: The Consumer Is Still Struggling

The Week Ahead: The Consumer Is Still Struggling

That's the message of last week's retail reports.

Jim Cramer: Go Long Toll Brothers and Michael Kors Before Reports

Jim Cramer: Go Long Toll Brothers and Michael Kors Before Reports

Jim Cramer weighs in on two big reports out of the homebuilder and retail sectors on May 28: Toll Brothers and Michael Kors.

Homebuilders' Stocks Look Constructive

Homebuilders' Stocks Look Constructive

The decline in mortgage rates and the lack of inventory could lift this group.

Corner of Wall & Main: Year of the Bond

Corner of Wall & Main: Year of the Bond

Also, consider timber as an alternative to stocks.

The Week Ahead: Too Much Hoopla Around the Dow

The Week Ahead: Too Much Hoopla Around the Dow

This index's record high is of little importance.

Not Movin' Out

Not Movin' Out

Young people are currently reluctant or unable to own their own homes.

The Week Ahead: A Rare Climb

The Week Ahead: A Rare Climb

After last week's pop, here's what to watch in the next few days.

Time to Sell the Homebuilders

Time to Sell the Homebuilders

The sector's recent data reports and the charts paint an ugly picture. 

Two Examples of Playing 'Bad News'

Two Examples of Playing 'Bad News'

An excessive pullback or regulatory action can create opportunity.

Corner of Wall & Main: China, Homes

Corner of Wall & Main: China, Homes

Let's put some of these numbers in perspective.

Housing Data Perking With Spring

Housing Data Perking With Spring

Growth comes as domestic economy picks up.

The Daily Dose: Earnings Season Survival Guide

The Daily Dose: Earnings Season Survival Guide

Here are several key things to keep in mind as we dive in.

Think Outside Homebuilder Stocks When Playing Housing Recovery

Think Outside Homebuilder Stocks When Playing Housing Recovery

RealMoney Pro contributor Chris Versace says homebuilder stocks have already bounced off their recent lows and the risk-to-reward ratio in playing them is improving.

Freddie Mac: Housing is Normal Depending on Where you Live

Freddie Mac: Housing is Normal Depending on Where you Live

Chief Economist of Freddie Mac, Frank Nothaft reveals that the Midwest region, Texas in particular, leads the way in housing growth, while Florida, New Jersey and North Carolina show the most improvement.

A Thematic Approach to Investing

A Thematic Approach to Investing

How I used March to get ready for June and beyond.

Investment Ideas as Employment and Housing Data Improves

Investment Ideas as Employment and Housing Data Improves

TheStreet's Stephanie Link and Jill Malandrino review trends in the labor and housing markets and the sectors and stocks that stand to benefit.

Housing Improves on the Sly

Housing Improves on the Sly

Even as housing stocks approach oversold levels, data are actually firming across the board.

It's Still Time to Move Out

It's Still Time to Move Out

The Fed's monetary policy has not worked, and homebuilders' stocks should still be sold.

Don't Fear Mortgage Interest Deduction Talk

Don't Fear Mortgage Interest Deduction Talk

The end of the deduction could present buying opportunities.