|Day Low/High||50.06 / 51.28|
|52 Wk Low/High||49.62 / 89.55|
These S&P 500 names are displaying both technical and quantitative deterioration.
These funds invest in companies poised to benefit from millennial spending trends.
Data for September housing starts are in and both starts and building permits missed expectations. September housing starts came in at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,201,000 vs. the 1,221,000 consensus, while September building permits were ...
These names are displaying signs of either bullish or bearish reversal patterns over the past week.
Investors should stay away from pure-play residential REITs and real estate agencies.
I had a hectic day and a hectic week! All over the place, literally. On investment process, I'm keeping it real. Beware of taking heads who have high conviction in their commodities price forecasts. A breakdown in the price of crude oil, Equity Res...
Peter Boockvar reminds us of some important things this morning: "The two main reasons being given for large-cap stocks' persistent strength in is 'T.I.N.A.' ('There Is No Alternative' to stocks) and the fact that stocks' dividend yield is higher th...
Another strange day, with old relationships -- stocks (especially European bank stocks), bonds, precious metals, currencies and so forth -- breaking down and inconsequential in intraday or full-day action. To be honest, it's as if there is a "higher...
Independence Realty Trust and BRT Realty afford favorable opportunities to get into the still-hot multifamily space.
Good news for renter-focused REITs, bad for homebuilders.
Shares have appreciated to the point where they are grossly overvalued.
When you measure some market favorites against F-scores, you find that many are priced for perfection.
The group has cleared overhead resistance, and money continues to flow in.