XHB

Toll Brothers Posts Blowout Profits, But Don’t Sound an All-Clear for Housing

Toll Brothers enjoyed a great quarter, as average prices on its homes rose to $700,000, but that doesn't mean the housing market is bouncing back. More 

Heavy Lumber Prices Spell Trouble for Homebuilders

If you follow our research you know that we have been bearish the housing sector since May 2013 when we warned falling lumber prices were a leading indicator of... More 

Jeffrey Gundlach’s Short Call on Homebuilders Is Dead On

Bond King Jeffrey Gundlach is shorting homebuilders and XHB, and for good reason. Weakness in the housing market and poor demographics make a strong bear case. More 

Homebuilder and Home Construction ETFs Continue to Falter

Is enthusiasm for the real estate market built on a solid foundation? Certainly not according to the latest news. The proof is in the sector (under) performance More 

How Bond ETFs Crushed Stock ETFs In Q1 2014

The economy grinds along, and a good number of stock ETFs show wear and tear, while these bond funds gained ground. What's on tap for the second quarter? More 

Homebuilders Get Demolished – Time to Buy?

Homebuilders have been hit hard in the past few weeks, as investor fears continue to punish the sector. But is the pullback actually a buying opportunity? More 

What Tumbling Copper Prices Mean for the Market

Commodity prices are often a leading indicator of stock and bond prices. Copper prices are dropping, and these charts suggest investors stay informed More