What we have witnessed in recent days would be Wall Street and corporate America in aggregate finding great difficulty in quantifying what is clearly at this point, unknowable.
For investors who want to receive income more frequently than once per quarter, monthly dividend stocks are an attractive option.
The S&P 500 has added these companies to the Dividend Aristocrats class of 2020.
We've seen some high quarterly dividend increases of late, so let's pick out the crème of the crop.
Newly confirmed cases of the Covid-19 virus spiked from Hubei Province in China, where the city of Wuhan is located. The number of related deaths increased as well.
These top picks include the REIT redeveloping New York's Penn Station and one that is smack dab in the middle of the 5G revolution.
This is a statement buy that is changing the shopping mall narrative, and we need to see one in oil and gas next.
The industry downturn has presented multiple buying opportunities among the better-quality REITs.
Let's check out the charts.
Remember where AAPL was January 2019? Cheap compared to now -- moods and share prices can change quickly, and probably will for these stocks.
In times of overheated valuations, cautious investors should turn to the best-in-breed dividend payers.
Shopping mall operator Macerich has been forgotten in the discount section, but there's good reason to believe it will rise up soon.
Here we unpack the year-end promises of MSC Industrial Direct and Vornado Realty Trust.
These 'bearish bets' are showing both technical and quantitative deterioration.
The focus of Omega Healthcare Investors on skilled nursing facilities and senior housing should produce enough cash flow to keep its dividend secure.
Shares of Hersha are down 21% for the year.
The data center REIT has seen sellers of its shares become more aggressive in the last few weeks, so it may be best to avoid the stock for now.
Shares of the retail REIT carry a healthy yield but could be in for a period of sideways action or even a correction.
Gas station and convenience store real estate investment trust Getty Realty has sped past the woes of earlier this decade, and is now beating consensus estimates on funds from operations and revenues.
Every investment portfolio should include a core of equities that offer reliable long-term capital growth, as well as a steady income flow.
Simon Property Group is trading at a low multiple and a high yield based on historic standards, which makes it a buy.
These names should benefit from the aging of the population and the increasing use of medical and healthcare facilities.
The real estate investment trust W.P. Carey is yielding 4.5% and has strong earnings and rising share price.
Investors looking for Asian real estate exposure can get both equity gains and yield from Asia-focused REITs.
Three charts of VTR look positive. Here's how to play the stock.
These three CEFs are particularly appealing right now, with overhyped fears making them unusually cheap.
We run Medical Properties Trust through our dividend-metric gauntlet to see whether the healthcare REIT can maintain its payout pace.
A low-rate cycle makes this REIT attractive for income investors.
The iShares U.S. Real Estate exchange-traded fund IYR looks quite good, as Tuesday's move pushes it above recent resistance at $92.50 -- here's how to play it.
Chatham Lodging has an attractive 8% yield, but a recession could spell trouble, so do your your homework before reserving this stock.