S&P Homebuilders SPDR (XHB)
$47.76 1.21 (2.47%)
18:30 EST XHB Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $47.76
Market Cap 1.06B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.28M
Day's Range 47.50 - 48.12
52-Week Range 37.06 - 49.35
Dividend & Yield 0.37 (0.78%)
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The real estate market was all over the place in Q2. And while the surface numbers seem okay, a closer look should make investors cautious.
The Russell 2000 isn't the only sector of the market showing weakness now. The hurt is bleeding over to several cyclical sectors.
There are warnings signs of a stock correction everywhere, if you just know where to look.
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.
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...
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.
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
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?
According to RealtyTrac the number of homes "flipped" accounted for nearly 5% of all homes. It's a number that sends fears to housing stocks holders. Here's why
What’s the S&P 500’s real price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio? Investors need to understand how to play this confusing market, where the p/e doesn't seem to matter
The bull continues to run, but with tapering news out from the Fed, it's time to learn the signs that can tell you when to taper your ETF's. Here are 5 to watch
Title insurance companies tend to lag moves in homebuilders -- which is opening up a bearish opportunity in Fidelity National Financial now.
The broader SPDR S&P Homebuilders ETF as well as individual homebuilder stocks like D.R. Horton are showing troublesome charts, but don't be too quick to jump into bear trades.
Data drove the major stock indices Tuesday, with the Dow Jones returning from the Memorial Day weekend to advance to fresh all-time highs.
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Investors in SPDR Series Trust - S&P Homebuilders ETF (XHB) saw new options become available today, for the April 3rd expiration. At Stock Options Channel, our YieldBoost formula has looked up and down the XHB options chain for the new April 3rd contracts and identified one put and one call contract of particular interest.