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The post-Trump rally came to an end this week, as the Dow missed its 20,000 milestone and stocks ended lower Friday, while finishing 2016 with big gains.
Modifying the popular write-off would be good for the economy.
The Nasdaq reached a record high at Tuesday's close, but rising consumer confidence and positive housing-market data weren't enough to push the Dow Jones to 20,000.
The Dow's climb to 20,000 stalled Tuesday, but stocks remained somewhat higher. Consumer confidence is increasing, and housing prices are showing positive signs.
Homebuilder sentiment rose to 70 in December, the highest since 2005, but single-family housings starts for November disappointed.
Analysts explain why an uptick in mortgage lending is likely to happen under a Trump administration, and thus benefit Lennar.
Based on the charts and indicators, it looks like TOL is ready to move on up to a better neighborhood.
Interest rates on mortgages are rising, hampering shoppers' budgets, but builders think Trump may help remove regulatory barriers that have hampered some construction.
Cramer shares his views on the post-election business thaw and discusses why Lululemon's sales beat should not surprise anyone.
The floodgates have opened for a lot of companies -- even for growing marijuana.
From AutoZone to Western Digital, the news for all of these names definitely looks good.
Toll Brothers shares surged on better-than-expected earnings, but the stock is likely to correct lower. Here's how to profit using stock options.
Here are Wednesday's top research calls, including upgrades for Best Buy, Marathon Petroleum and 3M, and downgrades for Humana and Kellogg.
The luxury homebuilder reported sales that beat expectations and announced plans to launch a new product aimed at affluent first-time buyers
TIAA Global Asset Management managing director Stephanie Link and Ritholtz Wealth Management CEO Josh Brown debate owning Toll Brothers.
Toll Brothers shares were up over 1% Tuesday after the luxury home building company reported adjusted quarterly profit of $1.15 a share, beating analysts estimates by 16 cents.
Toll Brothers is in full breakout mode today and is headed higher.
Stocks are slightly lower on Tuesday as oil prices fall.
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Luxury home builder Toll Brothers reported earnings that looked strong among a field of rivals that have not performed well, Cramer says.
Stock futures edge higher on Tuesday as Apple climbs in premarket trading after assurances its Apple Watch was performing well in sales ahead of Christmas.
The Blue Chips are up 5% since the election but new highs may be harder to conquer.
U.S. stock futures trade flat following another record close for the Dow; Amazon reportedly envisions opening 2,000 brick-and-mortar grocery stores; Apple Watch sales set a record, Apple CEO says.
On Tuesday, December 6, investors await quarterly results from the Michaels Companies and home builder Toll Brothers.
Toll Brothers stock has fallen 22% in the past year as investors are concerned the housing recovery is slowing.