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  • Score: N/A
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A player's rating indicates his percentile rank in CAPS. inthemoneystock is outperforming % of all CAPS players. A player's score is the total percentage return of all his picks subtracting out the S&P. A player's accuracy is how often that player has made correct predictions.

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The U.S. Economy House Of Cards, D.R. Horton, Inc.

July 25, 2014 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: DHI

If anyone needed proof that there was a disconnect between Wall St. and Main St. then look no further than the housing stocks, in particular D.R. Horton, Inc. (NYSE:DHI). The stock plummeted an eye popping 11.5% in a single day, and basically took down the entire sector. The results were disappointing to investors to say the least, as U.S. sales of newly built houses dropped 8.1 percent in June to a 406,000. So what happened to this "recovery" that we all keep hearing about?  [more]

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