Home-building and real estate ETFs rise after Case-Shiller data
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What they are, where they came from, where they're going--and how to evaluate them.
This ETF holds mostly homebuilders but includes some housing-related subsectors as well.
SPDR S&P Homebuilders ETF--which also holds home-furnishing, building-products, and home-retailer stocks--is a low-cost way to invest in a sector with positive potential.
With no tapering imminent, housing stocks rallied on Wednesday. For those who see more upside from here, this ETF offers the purest exposure to U.S. housing stocks.
This ETF offers the greatest exposure to homebuilding companies, which have significantly trailed the broader market since the start of 2013 but which recently have posted some good news.
Two homebuilder ETFs with similar labels but very different subindustry exposures.
An ETF for those investors bold enough to take a flier on the exuberant homebuilding sector.