The St. Joe Co. (JOE)

18.18
0.06 0.33
NYSE : Finance
Prev Close 18.12
Open 18.12
Day Low/High 18.01 / 18.52
52 Wk Low/High 12.63 / 19.65
Volume 126.43K
Avg Volume 153.30K
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 59.41M
Market Cap 1.08B
EPS 0.50
P/E Ratio 58.61
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

Still Due for a Bounce

But whatever rally we get will be short-lived and not a great buying opportunity.

Housing Prices Slide Into Slow Season

With prices already slumping, the normally slow summer will be telling for the health of the sector.

Take Aim at Target

The retailer is stellar, but there are issues to monitor.

Wednesday's Analysts' Upgrades and Downgrades

Wednesday's Analysts' Upgrades and Downgrades

Who said what on Wall Street.

Yahoo! Faces a Challenge

Yahoo! Faces a Challenge

Stay on the sidelines until the bulls show their strength. Plus, UAL.

Beazer Gets St. Joe Deal

The companies will work together in Florida.

The Daily Blog Watch

The Daily Blog Watch

Google Checkout's effect on eBay, a way to play Nascar, and Deepak on Buffett.

Cramer's 'Mad Money Lightning Round': No Booya for eBay

Cramer's 'Mad Money Lightning Round': No Booya for eBay

Cramer doesn't like how the company is being run.

Not Your Average Joe

What could account for St. Joe's steady climb over the last two weeks?

The Real Story: First-Half Report Card

The Real Story: First-Half Report Card

Going against consensus was a path to success in the first six months of 2006.

RealMoney Radio Recap: Energized Ahead of the Fed

RealMoney Radio Recap: Energized Ahead of the Fed

Aaron Task says that sentiment going into the FOMC meeting is the opposite of that prior to the May 10 confab.

RealMoney Radio: Rules of Attraction

RealMoney Radio: Rules of Attraction

Aaron Task, filling in for Cramer, and guest Chris Edmonds, offer deep-water and energy plays.

The Real Story: More Woe at St. Joe

The builder's plan to entice people away from the beaches and into the woods isn't panning out.

The Real Story: Readers Write

The Real Story: Readers Write

Contrarian calls on two homebuilders generated an outpouring of emotion.

Homebuilders Get Hammered Into Shape

As data show weakness in the housing market, the stocks fall into the bargain basement.

RealMoney Radio Recap: Dell Doldrums

RealMoney Radio Recap: Dell Doldrums

Cramer says the PC maker's price cuts aren't gaining the company a thing.

RealMoney Radio: Best Buy Bubble

RealMoney Radio: Best Buy Bubble

Cramer says to wait for a pullback before getting into this best-of-breed big-box retailer.

The Real Story: Ugly Kid Joe

The homebuilder St. Joe talks tough, but the dismal quarterly numbers don't lie.

How St. Joe Lost Its Halo

How St. Joe Lost Its Halo

For one, it was busy selling to speculators, which have all been cleaned out of the market.

Looking for Floor in Homebuilders

With the momentum traders gone, options offer an entree for investors seeking long-term exposure to the sector.

How St. Joe Lost Its Halo

For one, it was busy selling to speculators, which have all been cleaned out of the market.

Timing the Housing Bubble

The CME housing futures and today's reports bring more attention to this sector.

The Real Story: Playing the Numbers Game

The Real Story: Playing the Numbers Game

A preview of earnings lays out the challenges for P.F. Chang's, Beazer, St. Joe and others.

Pricing Power Defines the Next Winners

Who's got it? Who doesn't? That's what to ask when picking stocks for the next few months.

Readers' Picks: TheStreet.com's Top 10

Readers' Picks: TheStreet.com's Top 10

Alexei Oreskovic reports on SanDisk and Bill Snyder takes a look at Western Digital.

The Real Story: Don't Fear the Beazer

The Real Story: Don't Fear the Beazer

A contrarian bet on the homebuilder is based on low valuation and value players who could squeeze shorts.

The Real Story: First-Quarter Report Card

The Real Story: First-Quarter Report Card

A look back shows the upside of taking contrarian positions as a way to beat the S&P.

The Real Story: Say It Ain't So, St. Joe

This Florida homebuilder may be stuck in a swamp of its own making. Expect it to sink further.

Wait to Sell the Homebuilders

Wait to Sell the Homebuilders

Expect another session of rallying. It may even last longer, in which case, consider buying three stocks.

Wait a Day to Sell the Homebuilders

Expect another session of rallying. It may even last longer, in which case, consider buying three stocks.

TheStreet Quant Rating: C (Hold)