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We have more than 1,050 companies reporting quarterly earnings from Monday to Friday, and here are the ones to keep focus on.
An industry-wide rout of real estate investment trusts has brought ultra-high quality Simon Property Group back into extremely undervalued territory.
The high-end mall operator has gone lower than its fundamentals warrant.
The passage of the 2018 Farm Bill has ushered in an explosion of hemp-based cannabidiol (CBD) products.
The real takeaway for AMZN for me, and the main reason that I am even in the name on a semi-permanent basis, is AWS.
These names performed well in Q4, but what does the coming year hold, and which ones could run further?
A mutualistic relationship could blossom for malls that need well-trafficked tenants and companies like Dave & Buster's that are trying to expand.
These picks boast current dividend yields of up to 8%, and are also extremely likely to soon announce a payout hike to their shareholders.
My experience with Simon Property Group shares and options illustrates how it can be done.
These consumer products names are the comeback kings of this market.
TSLA has always been a cash-burn story -- and it still is.
Simon Property Group has made an interesting bullish reversal pattern in the past six months within a 14-month base pattern.
Rather than shying away from mall REITs, smart investors should be loading up.
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 driver of these quarterly results that blew the lid off of the share price last night was the outperformance of AWS.
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.
Who, out there in the health care sector, is safe?
Simon Property Group's results have never been better yet its shares reflect pending disaster.
Macerich has gained while running counter to the 'death of malls' consensus.
Firms that adapted to hard times are now doing exponentially better.
The ECB's super dovish message was good for the markets.