M.D.C. Holdings Inc.
- ExchangeNew York Stock Exchange
- SectorHousehold Goods & Home Construction
- CountryUnited States
Announcement of Periodic Review: Moody's announces completion of a periodic review of ratings of M.D.C. Global Credit Research- 04 Nov 2019. New York, November 04, 2019-- Moody's Investors Service has completed a periodic review of the ratings of M.D.C.
Three Directors at MDC Holdings Inc sold/sold after exercising options 32,900 shares at between 42.020USD and 42.400USD. The significance rating of the trade was 63/100. Is that information sufficient for you to make an investment decision? This report gives details of those trades and adds context and analysis to them such that you can judge whether these trading decisions are ones worth following. Included in the report is a detailed share price chart which plots discretionary trades by all the company's directors over the last two years clearly showing Close periods where trading activity...
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Key Points: • Homebuilders and related stocks continue to indicate a bull market. (ex. BLD, MDC, MTH, MHO, IBP, PHM, CVCO, WLH, DHI, MAS, and GFF) • The Technology Sector continues to have a number of technically attractive names that are pulling back to support levels or remain in uptrends. (ex. SEDG, FORM, KLAC, TER, AMAT, AEIS, SYNA, OLED, QRVO, CRUS, FISV, EVTC, KN, JBL, CDW, and AAPL) • Insurance and Exchange related names remain leadership in the Financial Sector (ex. CME, ICE, CB, CINF, ALL, JRVR, and RNR)
Treasury yields tell the tale As Treasury yields began moving off the lows on 9/5/19 due to a variety of factors, investors took profits from large-caps, growth, and defensives and migrated to small-caps, value, and cyclicals. This was a shift from areas of obvious leadership to areas that had been left for dead, something that, if it can continue, would greatly improve the prospects of a broad-based move higher. However, a primary concern of ours is whether this shift has staying power. As we highlight below, we believe the jury is still out, leaving our overall neutral outlook intact. • Tr...
Key Points: • Homebuilders remain a leadership Group in the Consumer Discretionary Sector (ex. MDC, LGIH, CCS, and BLD) • Insurance related names continue to be leadership. (ex. AJG, BRO, AON, and WLTW) • Technology continues to have a number of attractive technical charts. (ex. AMAT, LRCX, SGH, CEVA, MU, EVTC, CSGS, SAIC, COHR, WDC, and STX)
Key Points: • Homebuilding stocks remain constructive with many bouncing off of support and RS remains constructive. (ex. KBH, MHO, MDC, MTH, NVR) • Automotive Dealerships continue to develop positively and remains leadership in the Consumer Discretionary Sector. (GPI, KMX, AN) • A number of Semiconductors and Suppliers remain leadership (ex. ICHR, NANO, RTEC, AEIS, PDFS, FSLR, XLNX, and OLED)
Key Points: • Homebuilders continue to outperform. (ex. LGIH, CCS, MDC, DHI, MTH, KBH, and KBH) • A few Consumer Discretionary names are attractive. (ex. DECK, AZO, TGT, OLLI, and HIBB.) • The Financial Sector continues to have positively developing technical patterns. (STL, CASH, WRLD, FCFS, NAVI, COF, and RJF)