Real Estate

Investors should parse the line items on the income statement.
There are many weak charts among the homebuilders today, bit this one takes top honors.
Cushman & Wakefield and DTX are privately held, but JLL isn't.
Beware being long the yield-sensitive iShares U.S. Real Estate ETF.
They have produced diminishing returns for two years in a row,
AMTG,  IVR and EFC are solid long-term plays.
Tread lightly with homebuilders.
Construction has held up well and homebuilders stand to benefit.

Here's a REIT Ready to Rebound Real Money Pro($)

This stock has been disappointing, but a turn is near.
A pullback in this real estate information provider has me interested.

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