The latest data on U.S. existing home sales looks encouraging.
With building permits nearing a 13-year high level in January, the U.S. housing sector remains strong.
The U.S. housing sector seems to be on a roll buoyed by low mortgage rates.
Housing industry biggies have come up with strong earnings this time around. This along with the upcoming spring selling season will further boost housing ETFs.
At a time when the rapidly-spreading coronavirus is rattling the global financial markets, we discuss whether investors should consider buying the homebuilder ETFs.
Here are some housing ETFs that might suffer due to the disappointing new home sales data for December.
We highlight ETFs that can gain from the release of encouraging U.S. existing home sales data.
The U.S. homebuilding industry continued its strong momentum heading into the New Year given that groundbreakings on new U.S. homes surged to a 13-year high in December.
The movements in these sector ETFs should be watched closely as the phase-1 trade deal is being signed and there is no tariff relief for a huge chunk of goods until phase-2.
Like the first three quarters of 2019, the earnings picture looks weak for Q4 thanks to tough comparisons and moderating economic growth.
As ETF investing constantly climbs the popularity charts, we highlight a few good ETF areas that investors can bank on for 2020.
The latest data releases indicate improvement in the US housing market.
We highlight some homebuilding ETFs that may lose as the latest data on U.S. existing home sales disappoints.
We highlight some housebuilding ETFs as the attested information on housing starts looks impressive.
These sector ETFs are almost trade-resistant and thus unlikely to suffer if no deal is cracked before Dec 15.
After upbeat housing starts and building permits data, the latest new home sales data for October looks a little disappointing.
Despite new home sales decline in October, the housing industry remains on growth trajectory.
Despite occasional trade tensions, U.S. equity gauges have added solid gains this year. But these sector ETFs handily beat the soaring broader market.
The U.S. housing sector saw a pause recently as land and labor shortages continued. This appears to be an entry point for investors as the trend is likely to reverse on upbeat data that may renew confidence...
We discuss some homebuilder ETFs as weakness is observed in US homebuilder sentiment during November.