When it comes to homebuilder stocks, the author of today’s article declares “What a difference a few months can make”: after plunging in the fourth quarter of last year due to concerns over rising interest rates and a possible recession, homebuilders have rallied this year. With valuations still relatively low despite the rally – and with the Fed now having signaled not to expect any rate hikes this year – homebuilder stocks appear to be attractive buys right now. For specific homebuilder stocks to consider based on their implied upside potential, CLICK HERE.
Never let a crisis go to waste – and right now many homebuilder stocks are trading at crisis-level prices as investors flee for what the author of today’s article sees as no good reason. So how can investors take advantage of this unjustified selloff in homebuilder stocks? The author highlights what he views as the best play – a homebuilder with a unique business model that is trading at its cheapest level since the financial crisis despite earning record profits. For more, CLICK HERE.
There’s a disconnect in the market, observes the author of today’s article: While money managers are currently selling hard, company insiders are buying aggressively – especially when it comes to cyclical sectors that have been the hardest hit, such as the housing sector. Against this backdrop, the author examines why two big names in the housing sector – Home Depot and Lowe’s – are attractive picks despite being largely hated by investors. For more – including a contrarian view on buying homebuilder stocks.CLICK HERE.