In today's edition of "Talking Stocks," Austin Smith outlines five stocks that could benefit from a housing turnaround. The first two, Home Depot and Lowe's, may seem obvious. The other three may not be. Each of the five stocks has a different potential for return depending on how the housing recovery shapes up. While not an exhaustive list of potential housing stocks, the five in the video below are a good place for investors to start if they're bullish on the housing market going forward.
If the housing market rebounds in a big way, it could spell fortune for the visionary investor, but it’s not guaranteed. Maybe you're eyeing retirement and want something a bit more certain. In that case, you should read about "3 Stocks That Will Help You Retire Rich." In it, you’ll learn about three stocks that would be a great addition to any nest egg. Click here to learn more.
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