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If interest rates go lower, that will likely jump-start investor demand for quality dividend companies -- looking to these real estate investment trusts is a good bet.
The major growth catalyst for this REIT moving forward can be put simply: the aging population.
Some companies are making an awful lot of money filling vital social and medical needs. Five investment experts give their stock picks for the rising demand for healthcare properties.
Dividend reinvestment plans (DRIPs) are compound interest to the extreme. Here are an expert's top-10 DRIP stocks for 2019.
These names all pay generous dividends and have limited China exposure.
Here are several long-term plays on the increasing demand for health-related facilities.
These names all offer good, seemingly well-covered dividends.
Apologies one and all - what was expected to be a routine call regarding my 86-year old father's help spun out of control into something much larger and longer. Again, I apologize. That said, what the call reinforced was the unprecedented demograph...
These names are showing either bullish or bearish reversal patterns.
Top picks offer a piece of warehouses, gas stations, premium hotels and Gotham and West Coast real estate.
With stocks at record highs, there are still buying opportunities, but investors should be selective.
Lackluster economic data give the governors little choice but to leave rates unchanged.
The trend is global, and the investment opportunities extend beyond health-care companies.
This health care REIT has a promising price chart along with sturdy fundamentals.
OHI pays shareholders a substantial annual dividend of $1.96 per share.
Here is my compilation of last night's profit reports. 24 beats: W&T Offshore (WTI) Oasis Petroleum (OAS) Marathon Oil (MRO) Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII) Cognizant Technology Solutions (CTSH) Disney (DIS) Electronic Arts (EA) Regency Centers ...
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