Most Tracked Housing Stocks, Major Indexes Move up

The less than robust jobs report from the government gave hope to investors that the Federal Reserve will maintain its quantitative easing support of the economy, which encouraged all three major indexes to move up modestly. CNNMoney reports the Dow Jones Industrial Average edged up +75.46 points, +0.49 percent, to end the day at 15,467.66. The Nasdaq advanced +0.24 percent, +9.52 points to end today’s session at 3,929.57, while the S&P advanced +0.57 percent, +10.01 points, to close at 1,754.67. The Yahoo! Finance Manufactured Housing Composite lost -0.99 percent to close at 862.0. Most housing stocks we track in today’s trading closed up or even. Equity LifeStyle Properties gained the most of tracked stocks, +3.41 percent, +1.25, to finish at 37.89. UMH Properties fell the most of stocks we follow, -0.11, -1.04 percent, to finish at 10.50. Affiliated Managers Group remained unchanged at 199.30. Cavco Industries, Inc. 57.80 +0.26 (+0.51%). Clayton Homes, Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance, as well as MH home-building, lending and other housing suppliers parent company Berkshire Hathaway 176,140 +1,020.00 (+0.58%). Drew Industries, Inc. remained unchanged at 51.46. Deer Valley remained unchanged at 0.65. Liberty Homes remained unchanged at 0.60. Louisiana Pacific Corp. 17.61 +0.25 (+1.46%). Nobility Homes 9.30 +0.05 (+0.54%). Patrick Industries, Inc. 30.27 +0.77 (+2.59%). Skyline Corp. 4.41 -0.03 (-0.68%). Sun Communities, Inc. 44.78 +0.35 (+0.79%). Third Avenue Value Fund (Oct. 21) 58.46 +0.05 (+0.09%). Universal Forest Products Inc. 48.87 +1.51 (+3.19%).

(Graphic credit: CNNMoney and RealTick)

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