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Residential Construction Stocks Make a Showing on the Roster of Quality
Posted by: Doug Gerlach 9/12/2021 12:00:00 AM

Homebuilding stocks have been performing well, and the current Roster of Quality includes a robust sampling of the best companies in the industry.

Homebuilders have been experiencing terrific growth over the last few years, fueled by low interest rates and high demand from first-time homebuyers. In the current Roster of Quality Companies, nine separate companies in the industry make the grade, with quality metrics that are above average.

Each week, the StockCentral.com database is used to screen all North American companies to identify those with pre-tax profit margins that are stable or growing, and strong, steady revenue and earnings growth. These companies are ideal candidates with which investors can begin their analysis.

The Roster of Quality Companies for September 07, 2021 includes these companies in the Residential Construction industry group:

  • Cavco Industries (CVCO)
  • Century Communities (CSS)
  • D.R. Horton (DHI)
  • Lennar Corp (LEN)
  • LGI Homes (LGIH)
  • M.D.C. Holdings (MDC)
  • M/I Homes (MHO)
  • NVR Inc (NVR)
  • PulteGroup (PHM)

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Three of the above companies (CVCO, LGIH, CCS) are covered by the SmallCap Informer newsletter, and one (DHI) is followed by the Investor Advisory Service newsletter. Subscriers to those newsletters can log in to their subscriptions to review current buy/hold recommendations for those stocks.

It's important to note that the Roster of Quality only screens for quality attributes, and does not consider valuation metrics. Perform your own analysis to determine if any stock on the Roster is suitable for purchase for your personal or club portfolio.


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