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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.
The amateurs won. Is that really possible? It happened.
It may just be a matter of time before the green chokes on the pestilence and the stock market stars don't even matter.
The Wall Street Journal reports Simon Property Group and Brookfield Property Partners are in advanced talks to purchase J.C. Penney's retail operations. I'm wondering if this has something to do with recent reports that Simon is chatting with Amaz...
But that's exactly where we are right now, in this third day of the rotation, so here's your path to safety.
Interpreting the flow of capital in theory, or at least historically, for equities is quite simple. It's about growth, or the lack thereof.
You can bet on black, which is instant vaccine, or you can bet on red, which is the shutdown non-economy. Both have variants.
Stick with stocks that have rallied strongly from their March lows.
A crisis can offer unexpected chances, as seen right now with WMT.
Simon Property Group's resumed dividend masks uncertainties lurking underneath.
The consequences of real estate defaults will ripple through the economy like a financial covid.
We're cheering what may be an aberration, a bullish employment number. We'll take what it brings - a wholesale shift in what we're buying and what we're selling to fund it.
Let's look at the stocks that will get crushed and that you can't touch right now.
Amazon would benefit from becoming a Mall Rat -- a brick and mortar presence could offer some distinct advantages to the online retail giant.
Pull in timelines and focus on stocks that will ultimately do well in a post-Covid world.
It's imperative that people get back to work, so we have this great compromise -- let's see how it might play out.
The stock price has traveled a long distance the last 12 months.
The pizza company delivers, but retailers that can't stay open, won't pay rent, hitting real estate investment trusts.
Mall real estate investment trust operator Simon Property Group is the gold standard in its category -- and it's on sale now.
Despite Simon Property Group's view on brick & mortar retail, S&P Global Ratings seems to have a somewhat different view as it downgraded Macy's credit to "junk" status, citing a weaker profitability outlook after the company unveiled its three year...
Simon Property Group , the biggest U.S. mall owner which is already finishing up an $81 million deal to rescue the bankrupt teen apparel retailer Forever 21, is now planning to acquire rival mall owner Taubman Centers in a deal valued at around $3.6...
This is a statement buy that is changing the shopping mall narrative, and we need to see one in oil and gas next.
I don't think any of the takeaways have to do with the political mess in Iowa, nor the 'State of the Union' address scheduled for Tuesday night.
Experience is the best teacher, and here are some rules I've learned and stocks I'm excited about.
The industry downturn has presented multiple buying opportunities among the better-quality REITs.
Remember where AAPL was January 2019? Cheap compared to now -- moods and share prices can change quickly, and probably will for these stocks.
Malls are supposed to be left for dead, but Simon Property Group is poised to give solid returns.
Simon Property Group is trading at a low multiple and a high yield based on historic standards, which makes it a buy.