(RYL - Get Report)
is rated a Buy (4-Engine) according to ValuEngine, with 11.7% upside over the next 12 months or so. My quarterly value level is $10.49 with monthly risky level at $26.49.
Standard & Pacific
is rated a Buy (4-Engine) according to ValuEngine, with 7.5% upside potential over the next 12 months. My semiannual value level is $3.00 with my monthly risky level at 5.81.
(TOL - Get Report)
is rated a Buy (4-Engine) according to ValuEngine, with 8.1% upside over the next 12 months or so. My quarterly value level is $18.69 with an annual risky level at $29.30.
I continue to believe that you cannot have a job-creating economic recovery without participation from the market for new homes.
With the Federal Reserve describing the housing sector as "depressed" it is not contributing the 17% of economic growth as it did in almost all post-WWII recoveries.
The Federal Reserve has provided numerous credit facilities to bail out Wall Street and the regional banks, but it is unwilling to provide a mortgage facility for community banks and homebuilders on Main Street. Without help, the homebuilder stocks are vulnerable.
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