The stock has gained 11% this year.
Weekly technicals favor lower U.S. Treasury yields, higher gold and crude oil, but confirming a bottom for the euro will take at least another week.
The Dow industrials and transports ended last week below their key weekly moving averages, and upward technical momentum appears to be topping out.
The NAHB Housing Market Index gained three points to 56 in April, as single-family housing starts rose by 4.4% to 618,000.
Lower U.S. Treasury yields favor bonds, while gold, crude and the euro may have seen their 2015 lows.
The stock market, represented by the Dow 30, S&P 500, Nasdaq, Transports and Russell 2000 have mixed technical charts, making new highs tough to sustain.
The price of crude oil peaked before shares of Schlumberger in mid-2014, but the stock bottomed first in mid-January, while oil set its low in mid-March.
The biggest 2015 gainer among the popular momentum stocks remains Netflix, which extended its lead on raised price targets from Wall Street.
Intel reports quarterly results after the bell Tuesday, and the company needs a positive report to return to its strong performance of 2014.
Delta had been flying higher on a string of eight consecutive quarters of earnings beats, but has lost altitude ahead of quarterly results Wednesday.