CoreSite (COR) builds private data center facilities – the “roads” for the bustling information superhighway. It then collects tolls by leasing them back to its clients, explains Brett Owens, editor of Contrarian Outlook.
Tanger Factory Outlet (SKT) is the only publicly-traded REIT specializing solely in the development, leasing, marketing and operations of outlet centers in the United States and Canada, notes Brad Thomas, editor of Forbes Real Estate Investor.
Most dividend aristocrats gain their titles after a quarter-century – Omega Healthcare Industries (OHI) is making an accelerated case to be crowned in just six years’ time, explains Brett Owens, editor of Contrarian Outlook.
Real estate investment trusts (REITs) have seen a spike in popularity in 2017. REITs typically purchase office buildings, hotels and other properties to produce income, notes ETF expert Jim Woods, editor of Successful Investing.
We’re investing in a company that owns many of the facilities used to grow legal weed. And we’ll be getting a little slice of the profits from every single grower that's using those spaces, explains growth and income expert Brit Ryle, editor of The Wealth Advisory.
The commercial real estate market, in particular, enjoyed strong sales volumes in the past few years. In fact, commercial property lending was the fastest growing loan category in the U.S. banking industry during the first half of the year, notes Carla Pasternak, editor of Dow Theory Letters' The Income Investor.
Spending in brick and mortar stores for 2017 will grow by about $11 billion more that the growth in online spending. Because online retailers currently have about 10% of the total retail business, even mid-teens sales growth is not enough to overtake the total growth in sales, notes Tim Plaehn, editor of The Dividend Hunter.
Easterly Government Properties (DEA) holds a portfolio that is around 97% backed by the U.S. government which has never financially defaulted on a lease throughout its history, asserts Brad Thomas, editor of The Intelligent REIT Investor.
Sometimes the first glance at a stock can give the wrong impression. For example, consider the case of MGM Growth Properties LLC (MGP), explains Tim Plaehn, editor of Investors Alley The Dividend Hunter.
Annaly Capital Management (NLY) is worth a close look right here. The company is the largest mortgage REIT in the world with a market cap of almost $14 billion, notes Todd Shaver, editor of BullMarket.com.
Formed in 2013 and based in Greenwood Village, Colorado, National Storage Affiliates (NSA) is a self-administered, self-managed REIT whose primary focus is acquisition, ownership and operation of self-storage facilities, notes Ned Piplovic, editor of DividendInvestor.
If you are like me, you might have trouble with buying shares of Amazon (AMZN), which trades at a P/E of near 300. An alternative way to invest and profit from the growth in online sales is to own shares of the REITs that provide the warehouse space needed to fill and deliver online orders, notes Tim Plaehn, editor of The Dividend Hunter.
American Campus Communities (ACC), the largest real estate investment trust (REIT) specializing in rental housing for US college students, has underperformed this year, giving up almost 12 percent of its value, observes Peter Staas, editor Capitalist Times.
Ziad Jasani shares strategies for short-term and long-term traders in Canadian and global markets this week in a companion video and text commentary.
Insider sentiment remains bearish, and both of the short-term (one-week) sell/buy readings from Vickers are at their lowest levels since early October, observes Stephen Biggar, editor of Argus Research.
The construction industries, both residential and commercial were already improving before the hurricanes and fires destroyed or severely damaged thousands of buildings, explains income specialist Harry Domash, editor of Dividend Detective.
I maintain a database of about 130 REITs. With it I track current yields, dividend growth rates and when these companies usually announced new dividend rates, explains dividend expert Tim Plaehn, editor of Investors Alley The Market Cap.
S&P 500 outlook: The setup for the Bulls is challenging this week. Overall, we maintain a highly defensive posture. We’re happy to play inverse/short the TSX over this week, but not interested in getting long, writes Ziad Jasani of the Independent Investor Institute.
First-level investors often overreact to quarterly earnings reports. They get lost in the near-term details without considering the bigger picture, asserts Brett Owens, editor of Contrarian Outlook.