Ryland Group ($45.03 vs. $38.15 on April 18): Has been downgraded to sell from hold after setting a new multi-year high at $46.25 on Monday so it's time to book profits on this buy-and-trade strategy. The weekly chart stays positive on a close this week above the five-week MMA at $40.37. My quarterly value level is $36.89 with a weekly risky level at $46.83.
Standard & Pacific
(SPF) ($9.23 vs. $8.01 on April 18): Has been downgraded to sell from hold after setting a new multi-year high at $9.38 on Monday. The weekly chart stays positive with a close this week above the five-week MMA at $8.52. My quarterly value level is $7.61 with a weekly pivot at $9.11 and monthly risky level at $9.47.
Toll Brothers (TOL - Get Report) ($34.19 vs. $31.56 on April 18): Still has a hold rating with its multi-year high at $38.36 set on Jan. 29. The weekly chart shifts to positive with a close this week above the five-week MMA at $33.69. My annual value level is $31.95 with a quarterly pivot at $34.31 and monthly risky level at $38.20.
At the time of publication the author held no positions in any of the stocks mentioned.Follow @Suttmeier This article is commentary by an independent contributor, separate from TheStreet's regular news coverage.
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