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Homebuilder sentiment slipped two points to 65 in February, as single-family housing starts inched 1.9% higher in January.
Momentum appears to be slowing so far in 2017.
The scale is weighted toward the bears and industrial names in particular.
These stocks are ready to pop.
Cramer shares his views about on-shoring auto production, and also discusses some stocks whose runs aren't over yet.
Today, we are looking at higher earnings coupled with unprecedented expansionary fiscal policies.
Jim Cramer names a few of his favorite things: housing, bank, material and tech stocks, oil, copper and deregulation.
Housing, oil and other faves are enough to make me break into song.
Shares of D.R. Horton were climbing on Tuesday morning after reporting fiscal 2017 first-quarter earnings results, beating estimates.
Homebuilder stocks profited from the Trump rally but now they've stalled.
Builders are shifting focus toward people 25-years-old to 34-years-old as their buying power grows.
The exchange-traded funds for community and regional banks have surged since the election. The construction industry ETF suggests a stalling housing market.
Shopping the trash bin can be profitable, but focus on those companies that have strong balance sheets.
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.
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.
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.
Turns out Donald Trump doesn't hold any stocks at all, his spokesman said. Sold it all in June, he said, though Trump's camp has yet to provide any proof.
Here are key technical levels for reducing holdings and booking profits.
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