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The market rally has lasted eight days but that doesn't mean you should jump in now, Cramer said.
Home builder stocks were slammed on Wednesday in the wake of a decline in housing starts.
I am going to watch for some trading after the reports come in for these companies.
Cramer is also bullish on Nokia and Standard Pacific but stay away from Cerner and First Niagara Financial.
Trying to decipher the market? Cramer said to look at the front page of the newspaper.
The rally in homebuilder stocks has been overrunning the improved housing data.
Persistently tight mortgage credit conditions and difficulties in obtaining accurate appraisals continue to impede the housing recovery.
Single-family home starts has dropped, interrupting a rise in home builder confidence.
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Confidence continues to improve as rise in single family housing starts slows.
Standard Pacific was a leading decliner within the industrial goods sector, falling 85 cents (-11%) to $6.90 on heavy volume.
Confidence in the sector continues to improve while housing starts and new home sales surge.
Consumers are still hurting, and disposable income remains under pressure.
Shares of homebuilders take a hit on report showing new home sales slowed in August
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Top 10 New York Stock Exchange-traded stocks posting largest percentage decreases
Housing and related stocks as well as REITs and ETFs in the sector are holding up well as others are melting down.
Toll Brothers and Standard Pacific are getting a boost from low interest rates and available money.
Standard Pacific (NYSE:SPF) has been upgraded by TheStreet Ratings from a sell to hold.
Here's a technical look at five high-volume stocks ready to move higher.
How to play the latest developments in the housing market.
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