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Just two days ahead of its second-quarter earnings report, D.R. Horton reaches new post-election highs on accelerating trade.
The exchange-traded funds for regional and community banks, and home construction began April in bull market territory since the election, but the bank ETFs are down year to date.
Here are three homebuilders ready to hand you profits as Trump rolls back Obama legislation.
Homebuilder sentiment rose six points in March to 71, the highest reading since June 2005, while single-family housing starts rose to an annual pace of 872,000 units in February.
The central bank will probably hike rates this week, which could have unpleasant consequences for bulls.
There are too many zero-sum games being portrayed as win-wins.
Bull market number one, perhaps of all time: the financials.
Homebuilder sentiment slipped two points to 65 in February, as single-family housing starts inched 1.9% higher in January.
Momentum appears to be slowing so far in 2017.
The scale is weighted toward the bears and industrial names in particular.
These stocks are ready to pop.
Cramer shares his views about on-shoring auto production, and also discusses some stocks whose runs aren't over yet.
Today, we are looking at higher earnings coupled with unprecedented expansionary fiscal policies.
Jim Cramer names a few of his favorite things: housing, bank, material and tech stocks, oil, copper and deregulation.
Housing, oil and other faves are enough to make me break into song.
Shares of D.R. Horton were climbing on Tuesday morning after reporting fiscal 2017 first-quarter earnings results, beating estimates.
Homebuilder stocks profited from the Trump rally but now they've stalled.
Builders are shifting focus toward people 25-years-old to 34-years-old as their buying power grows.
The exchange-traded funds for community and regional banks have surged since the election. The construction industry ETF suggests a stalling housing market.