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Kimco Realty and some peers in the Mall REIT space may have their dividends back in place, but the long-term economic impact of the pandemic is yet to be fully felt.
Kimco Realty's shares look like a bargain based on price/funds from operations.
Let's look at the stocks that will get crushed and that you can't touch right now.
These top picks include the REIT redeveloping New York's Penn Station and one that is smack dab in the middle of the 5G revolution.
Remember where AAPL was January 2019? Cheap compared to now -- moods and share prices can change quickly, and probably will for these stocks.
The high-end mall operator has gone lower than its fundamentals warrant.
Our technical strategy on the retail REIT.
These names all offer good, seemingly well-covered dividends.
Fortunes have been made by accumulating real estate assets when prices are depressed.
The key thing about investing mistakes is taking the time to learn from them.
The key thing about investing mistakes it taking the trouble to learn from them.
Breaking down the winners and losers from the last three months.
What lies ahead for this stock in the wake of the Toys R Us closings?
Let's look at the short-term and longer-term charts to see what may be in store for KIM in the weeks ahead.
Why sit on cash in a ZIRP world when you can get quarterly dividends like KIM's plus upside?
Jim Cramer says REITS are doing well due to a scarcity of new construction.
REIT shares have popped in the past two weeks primarily because flagging economic data has put the idea of multiple rate hikes into question.
I can't think of a worse portfolio to have right now than what Ackman's Gotham has been able to cobble together.
If forecasts for a hot, dry summer develop, it would drive incremental demand for water.
Milton Cooper, co-founder and Chairman of Kimco Realty, discusses retail, the recession, and Kimco's performance.
Jim Cramer takes a look at why real estate investment trusts are in the sweet spot of the market, in a discussion with Nicole Urken, Mad Money research director.