by Louis Navellier | May 1, 2013 10:41 am
Tuesday morning brought refreshing news from The Standard & Poor’s/Case-Schiller home-price index: U.S. home prices are now 9.3% higher than they were this time last year. To put it into perspective, that’s the largest year-on-year gain since 2006.
This good news follows on the coattails of a series of encouraging housing reports from last week:
These reports paint a picture where rock-bottom mortgage rates and the shrinking supply of homes for sale are aiding the housing recovery. All-in-all, this is great news for homebuilders, home sellers and also the market as a whole.
This quarter, analysts expect…
And this is fantastic news for investors that are quick to the take. Last fall, I saw the recovering residential construction market as a lucrative opportunity, so I added no fewer than 11 housing plays to my Emerging Growth newsletter. How have we done so far? Well, we’ve held each of these stocks for an average of seven months and have seen an average return on over 26%.
But I believe there is plenty of opportunity left for investors who still have yet to buy in. Many of the biggest players have yet to announce earnings. So without further ado, here are my top Portfolio Grader picks to profit from the housing recovery.
Click here to see my grades for a few top Construction & Engineering stocks (PIKE, GV, MTZ)
Click here to see my grades for a few top Construction Materials stocks (CSTE, HW, TXI)
Click here to see my grades for a few top Household Durables stocks (PFIN, WHR, NWL)
Click here to see my grades for a few top REITS (MPW, EXR, MTGE)
Click here to see my grades for few top Real Estate Management and Development Stocks (HGSH, NCP, ZIPR)
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