73%. TLT +0.4% , TBT -1% Individual homebuilders: Toll Bros. ( TOL -1.3% ), NVR ( NVR -0.9% ), KB Home ( KBH -2.8% ), Lennar ( LEN -1.7% ), Pulte ( PHM -1.9% ) Full report Post your comment!
By John Holt : I've written a number of article over the past few months highlighting ways to profit from the housing market (see here and here ) -- but the temperament has changed slightly recently. After some exhilarating gains, the housing market has certainly quieted down due to a combination
Ceiling crisis. The SPX500 dropped 19%; and several stocks in the homebuilder sector - like Pulte ( PHM ) and KB Home ( KBH ) - fell 50% to 15 year lows. In the summer of 2013, the Federal Reserve contemplated tapering-back its third
four homebuilders who managed to pay a dividend through the recent industry downturn (M.D.C. Holdings, Ryland, and KB Home are the others). Also, we like that the firm has largely stayed true to its core competency of building customizable
portfolio. Large publicly traded housing companies such as Toll Brothers Inc. (TOL), Lennar Corp. (LEN) and KB Home ( KBH ) are up. But local, private companies build most residential houses, so how can individual investors cash in on
Holdings ( MDC ), Lennar Corporation ( LEN ), Toll Brothers ( TOL ), Brookfield Residential Properties ( BRP ), KB Home ( KBH ), D.R. Horton ( DHI ), TRI Pointe Homes ( TPH ) -- have fallen by 25%. Let's consider a medium-priced
By Todd Senick : (Click to enlarge) This is a look at KB Homes ( KBH ) and their respective larger markets and also our view on potential disruptors to the new home construction market. We are not
than 400 stocks across a variety of sectors (it even owns a few of the homebuilders, such as Toll Brothers TOL and KB Home KBH ), and it's the cheapest ETF in its category with an 0.11% expense ratio. Rally Weary? In the overvalued end