The home improvement company believes the housing market is recovering, but the Fed chief isn't so sure about the economy.
These exchange-traded funds are likely to be in play as traders look to profit from the turmoil in Europe.
The optimism is priced in, and upside from here seems unlikely.
These companies serving the construction industry offer some upside potential.
With figures for new home sales and durable goods orders expected, this could be a transition week.
Despite relatively smaller exposure, Citigroup may still be an effective way to bet on US real estate.
The sector's big run-up could mean new money is buying a top.
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