Plus, his reaction to news that Fannie Mae needs another $8.4 billion.
Plus, this homebuilder is on its way to $8.
The next time the market pulls back, Cramer says, consider these winning plays.
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
Cramer offers up his favorite financial trades on the state’s slow but sure recovery.
It’s finally time to trade this industry’s turnaround.
Find out how the US government is doing more to hurt homeowners than help them.
Standard Pacific is attracting upside option activity ahead of its fourth-quarter earnings report after the market closes today.
U.S. home prices slipped in November and were softer than expected in the latest sign that a rebound in the housing market is still tenuous, according to Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller indexes. David Goldberg, building and building products analyst at UBS shared his insights.
The latest data from S&P/Case Shiller’s monthly report showed that home prices are still improving. But David Goldberg, building and building products analyst at UBS, said the group is still overvalued by 10 to 15 percent. What does this mean for the homebuilder stocks going forward?
November's disappointing new home sales data didn't cause widespread pessimism on home builder stocks. David Urani of Wall Street Strategies and Steve Kim of Alpine Mutual Funds are still bullish on the sector, and think it's a good place to invest in 2010.
Housing stocks are again the downside leader today, what's up? This has been a tough week for homebuilding and building material stocks. In less than two days, some big names are down double digits.
With nearly 150 more companies due to flood the Street with earnings the bulls appear to be getting a little tired. Is this the pause that refreshes or are investors growing concerned?
Following are the day’s biggest winners and losers. Find out why shares of Barrack Gold and Standard Pacific popped while Amazon and Disney dropped.
Following are the day’s biggest winners and losers. Find out why shares of Palm and Nomura Holdings popped while Simon Property Group and Walgreens dropped.
Plus, debating Merrill Lynch CEO John Thain's potential severance package.
For the week ending Friday, May 30, 2008, the markets finished up, with all major indices increasing ~1.3% or higher for the week. Only the Dow declined for the month, shedding 1.42%. The NASDAQ reached its third consecutive monthly gain , up 4.55% for the month. The markets were encouraged by better than expected earnings from retailers and strong results from Dell. U.S. GDP for 1Q also helped lift stocks up, as it rose 0.9% at an annual rate , better than the previous estimate. Crude Oil also retreated to lower levels.
These stocks are only a couple of bucks a pop, but don't let that fool you into thinking they're cheap.
If it worked for President Gerald Ford in 1975, it could work now.
I get a press release probably once a week from the National Association of Home Builders on some or another green improvement, initiative, product or conference. So I was surprised by a study that claims none of America’s 13 largest publicly traded home builders has “fully embraced" the green market...