Here's a trade in AGNC Investment Corp.
The recent slide in high-yielding dividend stocks has us wondering.
How alarming is it that six months after inflation had apparently peaked, we now see prices heating up in parts of the economy that had not been as hot as others?
This diverse group of favorites offers a combination of solid income and long-term value.
Here's my trade prescription for Medical Properties Trust, an under-the-radar Real Estate Investment Trust.
We narrowed down stocks with very high yields from this select group.
It's the best of both worlds, a hydrocarbon company that also has a green component.
We found real estate investment trusts with strong business models, and dividend yields above 6%.
I found a high-yield options trade in the shopping sector.
Let's see how trading action from insiders can show you a lot about a stock, using Simon Property Group as an example.
The safe route is to buy shares, collect the generous dividends and reap the rewards when valuations revert back to normal.
Buyers of the shares are becoming more aggressive.
Here's what traders could do.
These real estate investment trusts offer yields that are well over double that of the broader market, long dividend increase streaks, and favorable growth and dividend outlooks.
The technical signals for the REIT are mixed at best and don't inspire confidence.
REITs often yield three or four times that of the broader market, but not all REITs are created equal.
These recently downgraded names are displaying both quantitative and technical deterioration.
The Russia invasion of Ukraine has ramifications that might turn out to be a significant tail wind for uranium producers.
Monthly dividend payouts allow for faster compounding, or payments tied much more closely to living expenses.
Let's compare two new residential-based housing market ETFs, the Kelly Residential & Apartment Real Estate fund and the Home Appreciation U.S. REIT fund.
Here's where traders could look to buy LAND.
Here's why Simon Property Group could give you a good score while you sit on the bench.
Not all REITs are created equal. These three stand out from the rest of the crowd.
SPG reports earnings after Monday's market close.
These names offer massive current dividend yields, and two of them are paid monthly rather than quarterly.
ETF veteran Kevin Kelly is the force behind Kelly ETFs, which this month introduced three funds with distinctly different focuses.
With the broader market under pressure, PLD is not likely to be left unscathed.
A select few companies pay monthly dividends, which provide investors with certain advantages.
Plus, we bid a not-so-sad adieu to the mania in 2021 in meme stocks, SPACs and NFTs.
Buy the pullback in this real estate investment trust.