Real Estate

This is a great shopping list of undervalued stocks with the potential for big long-term returns.
Very few of these companies every get the drug to market.
Hong Kong and Sydney top the list of the "least-affordable" places in the world to buy a home. Many of the best spots to settle are in the United States.
The companies I would like to buy are too richly priced, right now.
Japan's hospitality industry was once a no-go area for investors. But interest has skyrocketed heading toward the Games.
The "wind/water" forces of feng shui will shift with the Lunar New Year on Jan. 28. For property purchases and where to place yourself, that can only mean one direction.
Over the last 16 months Realogy's corporate officers bought nearly $1 million of the stock.
There is no pent-up consumer demand, and bond yields are headed south.
At the very least, we should expect a test of IYR's current support line around $76.60.
I spent a lot of time researching and thinking about what does and doesn't work for individual investors; here are my conclusions.


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