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On Tuesday, August 23, investors will get quarterly results from Best Buy and fresh housing market data.
It was nice to fill in for Doug Kass on what was a very uneventful Monday to begin the week. The market traded in an extremely narrow range for the day, and outside the strength in biotech and the weakness in oil after a nice recent rally there real...
For the week of August 22, investors will be watching a slew of corporate earnings and a key speech from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.
13F filing also reveals acquisitions in small banks and real estate.
The charts of the homebuilding stocks present conflicting signals.
Jim Cramer is keeping a close eye on the Federal Reserve next week.
There should be lots of pent-up demand, provided there's no recession and job growth stays steady.
These homebuilders show strong technicals and fundamentals.
Some observers attribute yesterday's frisky market advance to the April U.S. new-home sales data that substantially beat consensus expectations, as this chart shows: Source: The Daily Shot But as Grandma Koufax used to say: "Hold your horses." I vie...
New buyers are going to have to act now if they want to secure a home.
U.S. stocks rocketed higher as the fears over rate hikes that have plagued Wall Street for nearly a week began to fade on Tuesday.
Oil, takeovers, tech, new-home sales -- all that and more drive stocks higher.
Toll Brothers had an amazing quarter and investors should not only think about the company as a suburban homebuilder, says Jim Cramer.
Retail woes continue while home building boosts Toll Brothers.
Rising crude prices helped indices continue their gains from Friday.
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.