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I think the market is getting at least a little ahead of itself.
Here's an update of our investment themes on these companies.
Few parts of the economy suffered worse from reduced global economic activity than energy.
I'm starting to look ahead for some unloved sectors.
Beazer Homes USA and JBG Smith Properties are two names that are worth looks in the real estate sector.
Chatham Lodging Trust, Summit Materials and Vistra Corp. all have seen their CEOs add to their holdings in these companies.
As the impact of Covid-19 wanes battered sectors such as hospitality should start to revive, which makes Chatham Lodging Trust an attractive prospect.
Chatham Lodging has an attractive 8% yield, but a recession could spell trouble, so do your your homework before reserving this stock.
Chatham Lodging Trust and Cedar Fair are two well-run companies with very attractive yields that can help balance a portfolio.
Chatham Lodging Trust and HanesBrands offer nice payouts while waiting out the current market storm.
These boring, low-beta income plays would be a great addition to any income seeker's portfolio.
Top picks offer a piece of warehouses, gas stations, premium hotels and Gotham and West Coast real estate.
I continue to keep a 'shopping list' at the ready for the next dip in the market.
If you'd like payments more often than quarterly, here are some recommendations.
The market seems fully valued, so I'm building up cash as we head into historically volatile months.
The market is maintaining slight gains across the board as we approach the noon hour. Lodging REITS are strong today on the back of the news that RLJ Lodging Trust has received a competing buyout offer from a PE firm for $24 a share. Shares are up ...
One of the best things about Chatham, other than its nearly 7% yield, is its management team.
The lodging REIT isn't an exciting play, but it's a nice solid single in what feels like an overbought market.
These four options are well positioned ahead of next week's referendum.
The short-term negatives seem to outweigh any positives at the moment.
Stocks have given up most of their early gains, with the major indices only slightly above flatline now. It's not helping that the Atlanta Federal Reserve has cut its forecast for first-quarter U.S. economic growth to basically zero. We can't even b...
In this choppy market, the sweet spot is large-caps with these three core attributes.
The market has given up a good portion of its early gains in last hour or so, while oil -- which rallied above $41 a barrel earlier today to reach a new 2016 high -- is back near $39.50. JPMorgan Chase has turned bearish on the U.S. dollar and bulli...
I like cheap smaller caps with little to no exposure to the global economy.
But areas of the real estate investment trust group continue to be attractive.
Maybe the economy is not as bad as the market was signaling by its awful start to the year.
The market is not getting any better as we approach the last hour-plus of trading. The Nasdaq now is down more than 3%. It is as if the market collectively decided at once the chances of a recession for 2016 have at least doubled. A lot of the hig...
It is unlikely a recession is coming, so these two are bargains.
Premarket futures are still pointing to a higher opening as we get the January U.S. jobs report. It's going to be interesting to see how the market reacts to the numbers. At this point, I don't know what would be better for stocks. A strong report w...