Value-oriented players should start flocking back into SIG once it shows even the first hint of positive news.
Income-seeking investors on the hunt for stocks that pay out monthly dividends will not be disappointed, with some solid firms to choose from.
Share prices that drop by much more than justified create great buying opportunities.
Sophisticated income investors can participate in this high-yield market via mREITs, preferreds and funds.
Investors can reap a nice monthly income stream through STAG Industrial, which owns tens of millions of square feet of warehouses, distribution centers and light manufacturing facilities.
India's property market is increasingly institutionalized, and now it's available to retail investors, too.
REIT investors are typically attracted by dividends, and GTY has delivered a 12.3% compound annual dividend growth rate over the past four years.
Each of these picks focuses on less-traditional markets, from billboards, casinos and data centers, to mortgage servicing rights, healthcare and life science facilities.
The company is relying on several building blocks to return to growth.
Some companies are making an awful lot of money filling vital social and medical needs. Five investment experts give their stock picks for the rising demand for healthcare properties.
Chatham Lodging Trust and Cedar Fair are two well-run companies with very attractive yields that can help balance a portfolio.
Rest easy. 582 consecutive monthly dividends, 99 dividend raises since its IPO in 1994.
Chatham Lodging Trust and HanesBrands offer nice payouts while waiting out the current market storm.
Extra Space Storage and Public Storage are two names with attractive dividend yields in a sector that stands to see an uptick in business ahead.
These picks boast current dividend yields of up to 8%, and are also extremely likely to soon announce a payout hike to their shareholders.
Worries about a trade war with China came back into focus on Thursday.
When tariff worries come to the surface, investors tend to rotate into health care stocks, REITs and utilities, but a stronger than expected PPI reading may temper that rotation according to TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer.
Marriott International is doubling down on branded residential projects - that is, taking legacy hotel brands to the real estate space.
TheStreet's Kevin Baker walks through Palm Beach Gardens to see how homeowners are bracing for Hurricane Irma.
Apple, Energen and McKesson are among the top stock picks of Mizuho's analysts for 2017.
Rising rates will be a headwind in 2017, but these three REITs could still perform well, says Marc Halle of PGIM Real Estate.
The outlook for REITs is positive heading into 2017, thanks to a growing economy. Having a real estate mogul in the White House could help the sector too.
A big disruptor for the REIT sector in 2017 is rising interest rates, says S&P Capital IQ. Here are some possible winners and losers.
Having a real estate mogul in the White House is not a bad thing for REITS in 2017, said Wilson Magee, portfolio manager for the Franklin Real Estate Fund.
Investors pause before putting new money to work in the market, but should shift their portfolios to favor domestic, midcap stocks, according to one CIO.
Rising interest rates are a negative for REIT investors, but there are select names that could be stand outs, according to Mizuho.
Four small cap stars set to shine in 2017: AAR, Sensient, Landec and LTC.
The upcoming U.S. presidential election is front of mind for investors, but finding yield is not too far behind.
Investors betting on rising Treasury bond prices have flooded into the iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bond ETF.
Shares of Douglas Emmett are up an impressive 22% thus far in 2016, but the west coast REIT has further room to run.