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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.
Jim Cramer was bullish on Ventas ahead of its earnings release on Friday.
Ventas has been showing independent bullishness and that always impresses me.
Traders and investors should keep Ventas on their shopping list and wait for a bigger base to develop.
When rates get to where they have to go we are going to have a slowdown that will be regarded as stagflationary.
Here are several long-term plays on the increasing demand for health-related facilities.
These consumer products names are the comeback kings of this market.
These names are showing technical characteristics of either bullish or bearish reversal patterns.
6 names to consider in these high-yield sectors.
The long side of VTR is looking attractive at these levels.
Check out the names that are showing technical characteristics of bullish or bearish reversal patterns over the last week.
Jim Cramer says REITS are doing well due to a scarcity of new construction.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer says investors need protection in this market and they should look for high yielding stocks, like General Motors.
I looked for those below a market multiple of 16x for the S&P 500 with an above-average 3.75% yield.
This is the time for a higher-yielding mutual fund or ETF.
To see where this market is going, I have to go back to the days when I ran a half-billion-dollar hedge fund.
A desperate devaluation amounts to nothing short of starting a trade war.
Some stocks are as safe as Treasuries, with vastly better yield.
They've done well considering market had a slightly negative month.
I was surprised to see a health care REIT make the bearish list, but price action is what it is -- ugly.
Throughout this historic run, four groups have consistently led the market.
As 2014 winds down, you could almost throw darts at these standout groups -- but here are my own picks.
The trend is global, and the investment opportunities extend beyond health-care companies.