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Here are the important points we'll be looking for when these model portfolio names post their quarterly earnings results.
While mortgage rates are higher they remain low by historical standards and the NAHB expects home building and buyer optimism to recover.
Earnings preview for Mohawk Industries, Newmont Mining, Standard & Pacific, WellCare reporting this week.
With earnings season in full swing, trading remained volatile this week and we added shares to two model portfolio positions and trimmed three others.
Investors in Standard Pacific Corp. saw new options begin trading today, for the June 2014 expiration.
As the market celebrated the end of the government shutdown this week, we booked some profits in two positions and added shares to another holding.
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We used the volatility this week to add shares to four model portfolio positions and we also trimmed one holding.
We made no changes to the model portfolio this week, which saw the volatile markets end higher despite the government shutdown.
Taking advantage of the market's volatility this week, we made several trades within the model portfolio.
The housing index was down 4.2% on the year in mid-August, but at Wednesday's close had re-inflated to a gain of 6.9%.
Main Street USA is getting priced out of the housing market as cash buyers and investors scoop in to buy a limited supply of homes.
Homebuilders were the early 2013 leaders, not so since late May.
The selloff in homebuilding stocks will not hurt flooring maker Mohawk or furniture retailer Pier 1, says Brian Peery of the Hennessy Cornerstone Mid Cap 30 Fund.
The selloff in homebuilding stocks will not hurt flooring-maker Mohawk or furniture-seller Pier 1, says Brian Peery, PM for the Hennessy Cornerstone Mid Cap 30 Fund.
This name is trading lower today along with the rest of the sector, so we are using this opportunity to build up our position.
This week, David Peltier answers questions about two model portfolio stocks and how the service's rating systems works.
Shares of this name have pulled back to their pre-earnings level, and we view this decline as a buying opportunity.
As earnings season pressed on this week, we booked some profits in one model portfolio name and built up our holding in another.
If the company continues to execute like this, the shares can trade toward the double digits.
Here is what we'll be listening for when these two companies report their quarterly earnings results after today's close.
Amid this week's slew of earnings reports, stocks pushed to new highs and we closed out one model portfolio position.
As stocks continued their winning streak this week, and we added shares to two of our model portfolio positions.
We remain confident with the composition of the model portfolio ahead of the second-quarter earnings.
We don't think the rate move is enough to squelch the housing recovery. We are also selling shares from a Three-rated name.
Stocks with insider trader activity include SPF, FBHS, ENDP and SAFM
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