Housing Composite, Deer Valley Make Big Gains

In the best week since Dec. 2011, the S&P 500 finished at its highest level in five years, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average moved up 3.8 percent and the Nasdaq gained 4.8 percent. The market was assisted by the report that the economy added 150,000 jobs in Dec., about what was expected. CNNMoney reports the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose +0.33 percent, +43.85 points, to end the first week of the year at 13,435.21. The Nasdaq nudged up +0.04 percent, +1.09 points, to close at 3,101.66, while the S&P gained +0.49 percent, +7.1 points, to close at 1,466.47. The Yahoo! Finance Manufactured Housing Composite ramped up +4.15 percent to close at 1265.7. Most housing stocks we track closed up or mixed. Deer Valley gained the most of stocks we track, moving up +8.33 percent, +0.05, to end the day at 0.65. Universal Forest Products, Inc. lost the most of tracked stocks, falling -0.51%, -0.21 to 40.86 Affiliated Managers Group 137.10 +3.19 (+2.38%). Cavco Industries 49.51 +0.69 (+1.41%). Clayton Homes, Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance, as well as MH home-building, lending and other housing suppliers parent company Berkshire Hathaway 140,803 +254. (+0.18%). Champion, Liberty Homes, and Palm Harbor continued unchanged. Drew Industries 33.68 +0.05 (+0.15%). Equity LifeStyle Properties 69.08 +0.41 (+0.60%). Louisiana Pacific Industries 20.37 +0.30 (+1.50%). Nobility Homes continued unchanged at 4.90. Patrick Industries 16.60 +0.08 (+0.48%). Skyline Corp. 4.42 +0.19 (+4.49%). Sun Communities, Inc. 40.92. +0.17 (+0.42%). Third Avenue Value Fund (Jan. 3) 50.68 -0.03 (-0.06%). UMH 10.79 +0.03 (+0.18%).

(Graphic credit: CNNMoney and RealTick)

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