Toll Brothers, Inc. (TOL)

66.44
0.83 1.23
NYSE
Prev Close 67.27
Open 66.51
Day Low/High 65.35 / 67.19
52 Wk Low/High 43.74 / 75.61
Volume 1.74M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 120.36B
Market Cap 8.10B
P/E Ratio 14.95
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)
How Deep Will the Correction Go?

How Deep Will the Correction Go?

Scott Redler, the Chief Strategic Officer for T3Live.com, and John Darsie, the Editor-in-Chief of T3Live.com, look at how major market sectors are performing and also walk through the charts of many stocks on their must-watch list.

Pessimism Is Far Too Easy

Pessimism Is Far Too Easy

The two big trends that brought us here -- autos and housing -- are not going away so readily.

Off the Charts

Off the Charts

Today's S&P break of the 8-day moving average could signal a slight complexion change.

The Link Exclusive: We're Still Bullish on Housing

The Link Exclusive: We're Still Bullish on Housing

Stephanie Link, co-portfolio manager of Action Alerts PLUS, tells TheStreet's Lindsey Bell that mixed data don't change her bullish thesis on housing.

Housing Recovery Still On Track

Housing Recovery Still On Track

Ben Willis of Albert Fried and Debra Borchardt explain why the housing data that seems poor - really isn't.

Could Fed Minutes Rain on Market Parade?

Could Fed Minutes Rain on Market Parade?

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

Holding on to 5-Year Highs: Before the Bell

Holding on to 5-Year Highs: Before the Bell

Stock futures are flat as they try to hold on to five-year highs after Dell and Toll Brothers, among others, report earnings.

Toll Brothers numbers increased at JMP

Hard to Get Behind Zillow

Hard to Get Behind Zillow

The better housing play seems to be the homebuilders themselves, rather than a real-estate website.

The Day Ahead: Wait, Huh?

The Day Ahead: Wait, Huh?

Rapid thoughts to stir you swiftly from your slumber.

Toll Brothers downgraded at Barclays

Construction Shines in Jobs Report

Construction Shines in Jobs Report

January delivered a positive amount of jobs added to the economy. An increase construction jobs supports the housing recovery theme.

Off the Charts

Off the Charts

The trend is your friend but wait for a more calculated entry and don't chase stocks.

Toll Brothers upgraded at Stifel

Off the Charts

Off the Charts

Now's a good time to pare down risk, meanwhile, keep your expectations in check until the ball drops.

Fiscal Cliff Could Kill Housing Recovery

Fiscal Cliff Could Kill Housing Recovery

Jed Kolko, chief economist at Trulia, says a failure to resolve the debt crisis could lead to the economy shrinking by $600 billion.

Off the Charts

Off the Charts

Some laggards are perking up, and it's a stock-picker's market.

Banks Catch a Housing Bounce

Banks Catch a Housing Bounce

Don't count this sector out when it's leveraged to the increasingly positive housing cycle.

Morning Call

Morning Call

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

Toll Brothers Confirms Housing Recovery

Toll Brothers Confirms Housing Recovery

Luxury home builder Toll Brothers delivered a solid quarter as the general housing recovery continues.

The Week Ahead: Jobs Report, Lululemon Earnings

The Week Ahead: Jobs Report, Lululemon Earnings

Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at upcoming economic data and some earnings reports for the week of Dec. 3

Reasons to Hesitate on Housing

Reasons to Hesitate on Housing

Before you join the rush back into housing stocks, consider these macro and governmental factors.

Housing Recovery Impressive

Housing Recovery Impressive

Housing starts are meh on a monthly basis, but back up a year and the results are impressive says Keith Bliss of Cuttone.

UBS Building Products Conf.

Preparing to Trade in a Corrective Phase

Preparing to Trade in a Corrective Phase

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

Off the Charts

Off the Charts

This environment causes traders to be more short-term and cautious.

Not All the Economic Data Are Positive

Not All the Economic Data Are Positive

Consumers are still hurting, and disposable income remains under pressure.

Adding to the Avoidance List

Adding to the Avoidance List

Two more sectors that long-term investors should stay away from right now.

For a Gauge on Housing, Look to Washington

For a Gauge on Housing, Look to Washington

The nascent housing recovery could be tested by an early cut in the mortgage interest deduction.