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Modifying the popular write-off would be good for the economy.
Based on the charts and indicators, it looks like TOL is ready to move on up to a better neighborhood.
It is good to stand in for Doug Kass this Friday, as always. It is hard to believe there are only two weeks left in 2016. It was quite the eventful year, what with Brexit, our own unexpected election results and with the Dow near the historic level ...
The floodgates have opened for a lot of companies -- even for growing marijuana.
From AutoZone to Western Digital, the news for all of these names definitely looks good.
Toll Brothers shares were up over 1% Tuesday after the luxury home building company reported adjusted quarterly profit of $1.15 a share, beating analysts estimates by 16 cents.
The Blue Chips are up 5% since the election but new highs may be harder to conquer.
On Tuesday, December 6, investors await quarterly results from the Michaels Companies and home builder Toll Brothers.
The markets will be watching important developments in Europe this week along with earnings reports from major U.S. companies.
Not right away, at least, and that won't help the housing market.
TOL is back in focus with a downgrade from our quantitative service.
The chart indicates significantly less demand for the products of companies like Toll Brothers.
For the time being we really have a green light on this bull market.
Stocks rally and then get smacked down in this inconsistent atmosphere.
Shares of the luxury builder are still weak and are now testing support.
We're looking at a multi-year improvement in the overall housing market.
These are some head-scratching (i.e., not good) August retail numbers.
One company indicates that business is good in the all-important non-residential construction sector.
Oil, housing and retail are just a few of the factors in this equation.
Expect many years of an improving housing market, barring a major domestic recession.
Gold and mining stocks are heavily represented on the bear side.
A healthy job market that is giving people the resources needed in today's strict lending environment.
The housing sector is marching on, pulling the economy along.
Appliance sales are driving results for companies like Best Buy, J.C. Penney,and Home Depot, according to Jim Cramer, who says consumers are spending more money on home improvement.
Here's real estate maven Mark Hanson's take on today's seemingly good July U.S. new-home-sales numbers. He says to fade the report: "What a great bogus dataset and headline ("Sales at Nine-Year Highs!") to fade. In all of my years of studying and an...
Stocks hold onto gains through the morning session as new home sales hit a nearly eight-year high in July.
General Mills, Best Buy, Toll Brothers: You don't like our stock? We do.
U.S. futures were rising across the board on Tuesday while crude prices experienced a decline.
Amazon (AMZN) could release a new music service in September, according to Recode.