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Gramercy is getting a new name and a new lease on life, thanks to its new CEO, Gordon DuGan, who visited Brad Thomas and TheStreet.
Plenty of companies are turning themselves into REITs using triple-net leases. But Realty Income remains the most attractive of the bunch.
TheStreet Ratings group would like to highlight 5 stocks pushing the real estate industry higher today, March 8, 2013.
Controlling risk in your REIT portfolio is invisible in good times, but essential.
The Fed chief is more concerned about unemployment than the Congress or the President. Unemployment affects markets, Cramer said.
Often when above-average volume moves into an equity, it precedes a large spike in volatility.
This new REIT has $5 billion in net-leased real estate.
Spirit Realty Capital has a high-degree of non-rated credit in its portfolio and that could be trouble.
Its poor conditions and muted outlook make this an ideal time to invest in this sector for the long term.
W. P. Carey's CEO Discusses Q2 2012 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
Now that the crowd has caught on, dividend stocks are no longer cheap, and they certainly don't appear safe to me.
Weakness in real estate pricing has created bargains in related securities.
The top 10 open-market insider purchases and sales filed at the SEC Thursday.
These dividend stocks just get more attractive as bond yields fall.
These companies, including BioMed Realty, recently increased their dividends.
Federated Investors, Peet's Coffee and Carbo Ceramics were featured in 'Under the Radar' this week.
Federated Investors, Knight Capital and W.P. Carey lend exposure to financial services without the travails of the loan-heavy behemoths.
W.P. Carey completes $120 million in debt financing for New York Times building
Copart, Cash America, Global Payments, KHD and W.P. Carey are downgraded.
According to RealMoney's Tim Melvin, rather than overpay for a superstar, look for diamonds in the rough.
Here's a list of companies that have recently announced buybacks.
Its latest sale-leaseback deal with a do-it-yourself retailer is a bet on two growing trends in Germany.
Cramer says some storied tech names have seen better days.
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