Homebuilder exchange traded funds have been strong market performers since the October bottom, but some analysts are cautioning investors not to chase the rally.
Lennar (NYSE: LEN) shares rose Wednesday after the homebuilder reported lower-than-expected quarterly profit but beat on the top line. The company said revenue rose nearly 11%.
Both funds have gained over 10% the past month and have rallied above their 200-day moving averages. They are up nearly 6% over the last week alone.
Yet stepping back, the housing ETFs have languished since the bubble popped in 2007 and remain well below the peak.