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D.R. Horton, Inc. (0I6K.L)

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90.81+3.01 (+3.43%)
At close: 07:09PM GMT
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  • A
    Anonymous
    CNBC guest said the home builder stocks are just 1/3 down by now. More down ahead. The reason was the large economy picture and interest rate hike, not house demand that appears to make stocks higher.
  • S
    Steve
    Builders are in high gear. No homes are available at what most would consider a reasonable price. Margins through the roof! Back to $110 by Friday.
    Bullish
  • J
    Jabberwonky
    as I said, overvalued, more bleeding to come for homebuilders. I knew when all the talking heads on the radio were recommending, you didn't want to be here.
  • P
    Paul
    Not certain exactly of what the wall street talking heads are trying to feed us. A four basis point difference in the ten year, and its affect on a mortgage rate? Give me a break.... Thats like saying... Oh well, instead of the Delta Faucet, we'll get the American Standard.

    Basically a way to steal your money if you're a retail investor.

    I couldn't even say it to my colleagues... "OK So lets start selling ALL the home builders, the ten year just went up two thousandths of a percent!! WE'RE DOOMED... Oh and while we're at it, might as well clean HD and LOW clocks..... NOONE. WILL BE ABLE TO AFFORD A TWO BY FOUR!, No one can afford to repair or improve their home!

    Perhaps needless to say, I am adding to my position here...
  • J
    Jabberwonky
    Knew not to buy this, all the talking heads on the radio were recommending home builders, lol...overvalued/been overvalued.
  • J
    Jim
    This stock will go to $60 before the end of the year. The chart is screaming that's where it's headed. Mark it down.
  • T
    Tilak
    I believe that that one needs to take the combine effect of all relevant factors that affect the housing industry rather than experts harping on the effects of one or two factors adding to further confusion. Effects of Probable rate hikes, exceptionally low level of home inventories, supply chain issues, new housing starts, low unemployment levels, increasing home prices & non availability of new homes to satisfy a basic need, very many now using homes as their work stations rather than travelling to offices as before, & other changing habits such as entertainment habits, & future affordability. , ect,ect,ect.
  • S
    Steve
    1500 sqft starting at $606,000? $$$$$
    Bullish
  • L
    Lecumba
    8.8 p/e and great company. I'm all in!
  • M
    MIKE
    insiders sold into the strength leaving the bag holders like they did in 2006. supply chain issues, high lumber prices, higher interest rates. Doesn't sound like a great future in the homebuilding industry.
    Bearish
  • J
    Joaquim
    Inflation works in their favor. Solid fundamentals.
    Bullish
  • N
    Nicholas
    A 5.95% decline based on monthly economic statistics is ridiculous. Home buyers will not even notice today's economic data. Builders will still build, and lenders will still lend.
    Bullish
  • M
    Matthew
    my interest rate protection puts have been destroyed.
  • E
    Ex-Pathological Liar In Chief
    What happened to DHI after hours today (Down over 2% on no news that I have been able to find)?
  • S
    Steve
    just added more. 52% + dividend is up in my top 10. always beats estimates. Miss Don, one of the few I've met in person. use to hit all the s/h meatings.
    Bullish
  • L
    Lecumba
    added more today
  • T
    Tilak
    Housing prices have gone up by around 19% & by no means has come down whist latest pending home sales data show an increase. Fy 2022 estimates indicate an EPS increase of around 78% for the year.
    Bullish
  • T
    Tilak
    Barclays Maintains DHI overweight 12/15/2021.
  • J
    Jabberwonky
    way overvalued. Talking heads trying to peddle this on the radio, so I know it's about to fall bad.
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    D.R. Horton is down 4.92% to 85.05
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