There has been a lack of overbuilding in the housing market and inventories remain low.
Here's what traders should do.
The charts of a number of the nation's largest mortgage lenders indicate more pain to come for holders of those stocks.
Despite rising interest rates, homebuilders for various reasons are unlikely to suffer the same fate they did when the housing market tanked more than a decade ago.
The high-end builder just posted solid quarterly results, but there are internal and external factors that could weigh on its shares down the road.
Homebuilder sentiment just hit its lowest levels since June of 2020.
Changes in housing and spending trends could mean risks are ahead for these two homebuilders as they ready for earnings.
These recently downgraded names are displaying both quantitative and technical deterioration.
Amid chatter of inflation and recession, something strange is happening with the yield curve. Let's see what it could be telling us and what other signs (hint: housing) to watch.
Reduced global growth expectations amid war, inflation and supply chain issues should give investors pause.