$58.66 0.00 (0.00%)
8:25 EDT DHI Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $58.66
Market Cap 22.14B
PE Ratio 19.55
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 594
Day's Range 58.66 - 58.66
52-Week Range 25.51 - 62.54
Dividend & Yield 0.50 (0.85%)
DHI Stock Predictions, Articles, and D.R.Horton News
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The recovery rally of DHI stock isn't over yet because the U.S. housing market is only going to get better over the next few months.
Covid-19 still poses risks to the economy, but low interest rates and first-time homebuyers are helping housing stocks. Here's how.
The Federal Reserve this month cut interest rates to zero. That could be a catalyst for these 7 stocks to buy.
Plunging mortgage rates are lighting a fire under homebuilding stocks. Here are three of the hottest stocks to buy in the space.
D.R. Horton dominates suburban homebuilding, an industry that should be dying but isn't. DHI stock is a play on the firm's staying power.
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Citigroup, Square, Alteryx, DR Horton and the Small Caps ETF (IWM) were our top stock trades for Tuesday -- and here's a look at the charts.
D.R. Horton (DHI) earnings for the home construction company's fiscal first quarter of 2020 have DHI stock up Monday on strong results.
Roku shares fall as its CFO resigns. Here's what else happened in the stock market today, as bulls search for new highs.
Housing stocks have been absolutely on fire this year, but the rally for many homebuilders may be on its last legs.
These eight companies represent the worst stocks you’d want exposure to as a global recession becomes increasingly likely.
The stock charts of CSCO, NRG and DHI are put under the trading microscope while the rest of the market gets its bearings.
These 10 cyclical stocks, including MU stock, depend on an investor's macro outlook. Cyclical stocks can be difficult to value. It's hard enough to understand a stock that posts steady growth, given factors like competition, management, and industry changes.
Real estate companies may offer smart stocks to buy as the markets wait for a potential 0.25% rate cut from the Federal Reserve.
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