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A trio of publicly traded Brookfield LPs offers investors an entree into profitable niches in the infrastructure, commercial real estate and electric power sectors.
An uncertain day ended with small gains for benchmark indexes, snapping a two-day losing streak for the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500.
Knowing what a private equity firm with tens of billions of dollars to invest thinks is just good business.
This value-oriented, closed-end fund is trading at a steep discount.
The approaches Edward Thorpe uses can help those who follow his lead achieve similar results.
But there are at least a couple of good stocks out there.
Buying the cheapest index fund will likely not meet your retirement goals or put the kids through college.
Private equity firm KKR continues to favor credit over equity in the current environment.
I searched for non-banks that have grown book value at an above-average rate the past 5 years.
I love conference calls with the executives of the leading private equity firms.
Three top execs gave their views this week at a New York conference.
Business REITs have tanked recently, but these names look promising.
Investors haven't lost their taste for real estate, but 'it is very hard not to be a seller.'
Brookfield and Stratus have impressive property portfolios.
These stocks meet the criteria under the Melvin Grand Unified Theory of Investing.
Adopting a private equity mentality will help your portfolio.
Quit focusing on day-to-day moves and take a long-term view of where asset values should be.
These may be less-expensive sectors, but good picks aren't easy to find.
To get the same results (or close to them), adopt the same mindset.
Ranking stocks by dividend yield and EV/EBIT has amazing results.
Brookfield Property Partners has solid fundamentals, whatever the macro backdrop.
Some REITS are trailing the levels you might associate with a peaking market.