As the housing boom continues, stick with stocks that have the strongest relative strength.
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Government support and low rates make a compelling case for real estate-related stocks.
Stocks are more overvalued and more overbought than a week ago but still without confirming a market top.
As the housing market continues to recover, some in the business are celebrating with a few choice rhymes.
The companies, in very different sectors, have all crossed their 50-day moving averages to the upside.
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