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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.
Despite reports of mall problems, Simon Property Group continues to look good.
Japanese President Shinzo Abe says the North Korea ballistic missile launch over his country is a 'great threat to Japan'.
* Little happening (modest gain in the S&P Index), save the continued rotation mentioned this morning. * Sentiment is that new Chief of Staff John Kelly will bring some order into a disorganized and dysfunctional White House. * Busy morning for data...
Some quick hits to ponder as you get ready for that second cup of Morning Joe -- and by that I mean coffee, not the program. PayPal & Visa have struck a deal for PayPal to offer a debit card in Europe. Ah, Cashless Consumption continues to gain gro...
Seems Goldman Sachs has a note out on Nike suggesting it may be close to a direct relationship with Amazon . Is it possible? Nike is exploring ways to improve its direct-to-customer business? If true, this would catapult Amazon into the apparel ma...
Buying what others fear can prove profitable with a REIT like Macerich.
Good, old-fashioned inflation is picking back up across Corporate America.
In case you missed it, there's a bull market raging in a serious chunk of the S&P 500. Here's how to grab onto the trend in 2017.
A big disruptor for the REIT sector in 2017 is rising interest rates, says S&P Capital IQ. Here are some possible winners and losers.
Take a few minutes to check the level of institutional ownership in the stocks you own.
Things look promising for Rockwell Automation and four other names.
The REIT could find out very quickly that being shackled to a troubled Sears is not without serious downside.
Two consolidators are emerging once again in the retail space heading into the holiday season.
The restaurant-and-arcade chain plans big expansion at the same time Macy's is closing stores -- and that could be a boon for malls.
But perhaps the economy is a bit like the Washington gridlock.