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Toll Brothers (TOL) is scheduled to post its 2016 fiscal third quarter earnings prior to Tuesday's market open.
Toll Brothers is down almost 30% in the last year. The company reports earnings Tuesday -- and it's not a bad idea to remain cautious on the stock.
Buying this stock is now a smart decision that can produce solid returns.
Homebuilder sentiment is up in August, while single-family housing starts rose slightly in July. Here's how to trade the sector.
Here are Wednesday's top research calls, including downgrades for Alliance Data and Dick's Sporting Goods, and upgrades for Cintas and Valeant Pharmaceuticals.
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The charts of the homebuilding stocks present conflicting signals.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the materials & construction industry higher today.
Homebuilder sentiment slipped a point in July while single-family housing starts rose modestly in June.
Toll Brothers (TOL) stock rating was lifted to 'buy' from 'neutral' at Buckingham Research on Monday.
Toll Brothers (TOL) stock closed in the red on Monday as Credit Suisse downgraded shares to ‘neutral’ from ‘outperform.’
Here are Monday's top research calls, including an upgrade for GameStop, and downgrades for Baker Hughes, ConocoPhillips and Toll Brothers.
The typical explanations for real estate movements don't add up, but big moves in the value of the dollar vs. gold do. Simon Constable explains.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the materials & construction industry lower today.
The major companies have mixed technical charts despite a slight rise in single-family housing starts.
The Fed left clues that it's in no hurry to raise rates; one economist says the central bank may be worried that a 'bizarre' presidential campaign will hurt hiring.
The Labor Department's latest jobs report may have been a myth. Certainly it was out of sync with other data, which is why interest rates will probably rise in September.
With full employment near, the slowing is expected. Watch the pickup in wages instead
Comprehensive technical analysis shows that the decline in shares of homebuilder Toll Brothers (TOL) is only half over.
Cramer is awaiting next Friday's job report. If a rate hike is coming, investors might as well hope for good economic data.
Jim Cramer is keeping a close eye on the Federal Reserve next week.
It's time for higher interest rates, Cramer says.
There should be lots of pent-up demand, provided there's no recession and job growth stays steady.
The manufacturing news is improving, especially on exports from companies like Boeing. But the details are enough to sustain the standoff between the Fed and the markets.
These homebuilders show strong technicals and fundamentals.
When you get an unexpected rally, just go with it, Cramer says.
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