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It happened around May 12, but strangely, it's finally being talked about and noticed right now.
The housing boom has been about supply -- but that part of the equation might soon change.
Here's a lesson I learned decades ago at Goldman Sachs about how stocks can move in times like this.
There's an undercurrent that will grow over time, basically what tailwinds from the pandemic will stay with us after the pandemic's over.
I think it's worth examining how we can spot a bottom the next time after the inevitable selloff.
The Fed's Jay Powell pulled out the heavy artillery to help keep the economy and financial markets going, but would it be enough?
Keep your eyes open and beat the arrogant, self-interested profiteers who want to make money off you by making this more complex than it really is.
I can name this tune in three notes, and if you were a homeowner or real estate investor 15 years ago, you probably can as well.
OPEN needs more consolidation before investors can feel comfortable settling in.
Just as we saw with pot stocks, if you play shares strictly because they're going up, you're likely to get burnt.
Income investors should have seen that the pandemic put the restaurant operator's payout at risk and looked at other options.
A long list of tech companies have taken advantage of favorable credit and/or equity markets in recent weeks.
RH has gone from $80 to $170 and look at the action for SmileDirectClub and others, but let's now set our sights on the iShares Russell 2000 exchange-traded fund.
Zillow Group and Lennar could benefit from an outmigration from cities as more employers allow employees to work from home post-pandemic.
These names are showing both technical and quantitative deterioration.
Despite a 51% revenue bump, Zillow will continue to have rising expenses as it expands.
Let's pay a visit to our favorite collection of charts and indicators.
Walmart, Boston Beer, Domino's Pizza and Zillow all report earnings this coming week.
Here's the context you need to be a little more clear-headed and a little less scared than you are.
Zillow's big decline shows investors are finally paying attention to the company's changing business model, overvalued stock price and rising debt levels.
Here are two gigantic reasons why this market seems to want to go higher at every turn.
Zillow appears to be running out of room to grow as it morphs into a real estate broker, while Twilio and Etsy are bolting ahead.