Tuesday, August 30, 2005

Homebuilders' Stock Prices Continue to Fall


Red Line = Toll Brothers, Blue Line = KBH Homes


Homebuilders' stocks continue to tumble. The market knows what is coming. The bubble is about to burst.

14 comments:

  1. Carlton WainwrightAugust 30, 2005 10:59 AM

    What's you point blogboy? Do you want everyone to live in a commune?

    How about looking at stocks in what I call the home support industry - Home Depot for example. Americans are not only spending more for housing than ever before, but also spenidng more to ensure that they have a high level of housing quality and comfort.

    The sense of home, of place and belonging is very important to Americans, especially those in touch with traditional values or any values for that matter.

    I forgive you for your blog, you are probably some poor latch key kid whose parents neglected and have never really felt home anywhere.

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  3. calton,

    shut it. No more personal insults. Otherwise I will delete you comments.

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  4. As I see it...
    When the sense in the price of a home/place of belonging becomes more important than common sense and out of touch with traditional valuations, any inflated values for that asset will eventually revert to a mean.


    Nice chart David. :)

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  5. David, CW seems to be an escapee from the Fox/Karl Rove/ brain police right wing extremist school of thought- anyone who does not agree with 'bubble free market' propaganda is a leftist commie- how sad.

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  6. What is that chart?
    You can't graph % change on a line graph like that. Almost worthy of USAToday!
    Get the book Visual display of quantitative information and study.
    MG

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  7. Alan Abelson from Barron's frequently says that there are many reasons that insiders may sell their stock shares, but the expectation that the shares will rise isn't one of them.

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  8. To anonymous (who does not have the balls to state a real name) typical GOP right wing scum...

    'Alan Abelson from Barron's frequently says that there are many reasons that insiders may sell their stock shares, but the expectation that the shares will rise isn't one of them'.

    Then why in your small dic*** pants would they sell?

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  9. MG - yeah you can, if you have 0 be some set number, and the percentages relate to how much the number at that time is above and below that number.

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  10. The homebuilder stocks have had similar declines several times during the last five years. Using a decline as an indicator is not reliable.

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  11. As I see it...
    When the sense in the price of a home/place of belonging becomes more important than common sense and out of touch with traditional valuations, any inflated values for that asset will eventually revert to a mean.


    Nice chart David. :)

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  12. To anonymous (who does not have the balls to state a real name) typical GOP right wing scum...

    'Alan Abelson from Barron's frequently says that there are many reasons that insiders may sell their stock shares, but the expectation that the shares will rise isn't one of them'.

    Then why in your small dic*** pants would they sell?

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  13. calton,

    shut it. No more personal insults. Otherwise I will delete you comments.

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  14. What is that chart?
    You can't graph % change on a line graph like that. Almost worthy of USAToday!
    Get the book Visual display of quantitative information and study.
    MG

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