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Homebuilders like KBH could be a good bargain

One of the classic benchmarks of the economy’s health and strength is the housing market. Stocks of retail companies like Home Depot (HD) and Lowe’s (LOW) often serve as proxies of to guide the market’s perception of the housing market, but it also isn’t uncommon to see experts and analysts referring to homebuilders like D.R. […]

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Consumer Discretionary
Economy
Fundamental Analysis
InvestivDaily
Leisure
Technical Analysis
Travel
US Economy
Value Investing

EXPE has a big discount – is it worth it?

One of the things about stocks in the Consumer Discretionary sector that is interesting is how widely disparate they are. The general perception of most stocks in the sector is that they are highly cyclical, sensitive to inflationary pressures that make them more risky when the economy is in trouble. One industry in the sector […]

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Construction
Economy
Fundamental Analysis
Home Builders
Housing Market
InvestivDaily
Technical Analysis
Value Investing

U.S. economic outlook should be good for TOL

The market has been nervous this week – whether you want to cite trade war fatigue, global economic fears that could be rippling into U.S. economic metrics, or earnings reports from some of the market’s biggest companies that have disappointed investors. I think it’s true that tariffs between the U.S. and its biggest trading partners […]

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Consumer Staples
Dividends
Economy
Fibonacci Retracement
Fundamental Analysis
Technical Analysis
US Economy
Value Traps

Why you shouldn’t buy KHC’s 36.2% discount

Over the last week or so, I’ve written about a few companies in the Food Products industry that I think offer some interesting possibilities under current market conditions – something that is even more true if the market sees an increase in short-term volatility. Investors are putting a lot of focus on geopolitics right now, […]

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Consumer Discretionary
Discretionary
Economy
Fibonacci Retracement
Fundamental Analysis
InvestivDaily
Technical Analysis
US Economy
Value Investing

Is PII’s 32% discount an opportunity – or a trap?

As the market continues to recover from its lows in late December, I’m seeing more and more reports and opinions that while economic growth in the United States may begin to slow (and based on some measurements, that might already be starting to happen), it isn’t expected to actually reverse and begin contracting for as […]

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Apparel
Consumer Discretionary
Economy
Fundamental Analysis
Fundamentals
InvestivDaily
Retailers
Risk
Technical Analysis
Valuations
Value Investing
Value Traps

Where is the value price for KSS?

Watching the market bounce higher off of late-2018 drop that nearly pushed the major market indices to bear market levels means that it starts to get tempting to think that it’s a good time to start jumping back into stocks and get ready for the rally back to the next set of market highs. The […]

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Consumer Discretionary
Discretionary
Economy
Fundamental Analysis
InvestivDaily
Technical Analysis
Value Investing
Value Traps

50% MHK discount: huge value, or value trap?

Even with a nice rally in the market to start the new year, there are a lot of stocks that remain at or near 52-week, or even historic lows. If you like looking for value as I do, that’s actually a pretty nice problem to have; it means that there are plenty of options to […]

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Economic Trends
Economy
Sector Rotation

Wall Street Says We’re In A Late Cycle Economy – Here’s How To Invest In It

Bank of America Merrill Lynch (NYSE: BAC) has joined a growing list of prominent voices on Wall Street warning that the U.S. economy is in the late cycle stage, or the phase just before the economy slides into recession. The note, titled “U.S. Economy bull/bear: Most signs point to late cycle,” was sent to clients […]

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Economy
Market Forcast
Panic Selling

Morgan Stanley’s List Of The 10 Macro Risks It’s Worried About In 2019

This week, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management released its list of 10 geopolitical risks that it believes could wreak havoc on the market in 2019. While Morgan Stanley WM sees a few of these scenarios as “frightening but unlikely,” many of the others have surfaced as realities in 2018. Here is the list, from most likely […]

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Breaking News
Economy
Recession

Almost Half Of All Corporate CFOs See A U.S. Recession Starting By The End Of 2019

A survey released Wednesday showed that corporate CFOs aren’t feeling all that positive going into 2019, with almost half of all respondents anticipating a recession will start by the end of the year. Of the 212 chief financial officers surveyed by Duke University, 48.6% believe that the next negative growth period in the U.S. is […]

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