Why the Big Banks Believe Housing Is Back

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The video above is from Friday's Motley Fool Money radio show with host Chris Hill and analysts Joe Magyer, Ron Gross, and Jeff Fischer. In this segment, the focus is on JPMorgan Chase (NYS: JPM) and Wells Fargo (NYS: WFC) earnings. The guys debate JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon's statement that "housing has turned the corner," discussing whether or not they agree and what it would mean for stocks in different industries, particularly for big homebuilders like Toll Brothers (NYS: TOL) and D.R. Horton (NYS: DHI) . Click play to hear the full analysis and conversation.

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