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.
While some pundits are sounding the alarms about the housing market, the author of today’s article has a very different perspective, arguing that, “particularly if you’re an investor, there has never been a better time in history to get into real estate.” Why does he believe that rising prices do not indicate a bubble as they did in 2005 and that “what we are seeing is a healthy housing market that continues to steadily and organically appreciate”? What innovations does he point to as making investing in real estate easier for small-time investors? And how does the current state of the stock and bond markets influence his assessment? CLICK HERE to read more.