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Saturday Sector: Finance/Real Estate
Article By: Tim Knight
Saturday, September 3, 2016 9:26 AM EST
On this quiet holiday weekend, I’m just going to share charts which have these characteristics: I am not in position on any of them; they look like attractive short set-ups; they are all in the same sector; in this case: finance and real estate.
In this article: BK, CBL, COF, HST, KRC, PFG, EZPW
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5 Stocks To Watch Post-Fed Rate Announcement
Article By: Swarup Gupta
Thursday, March 17, 2016 4:04 PM EST
Investors breathed a sigh of relief after the Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged at the end of its two-day policy meeting.
In this article: AT, AU, CBL, WFC, TSN
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Long Setups Waiting On Standby
Article By: Ryan Mallory
Monday, February 29, 2016 1:55 PM EST
This market could pull a move like what we saw in October of last year and how hard it rallied to almost new all-time highs... or... it could break lower with a headline sabotage that sends the market below 1900 again.
In this article: A, ADI, ADM, AFL, APD, AXL, BA, BC, BWA, CBL, CMA, COF, CVX, DIS, ETN, FLS, FLT, GE, JCI, JPM, MDT, MOS, PH, FSLR, NTCT, AAPL, NFLX, FB, AMBA, ETSY
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REITs Whacked Down The Hardest In 2015
Article By: Brad Thomas
Friday, January 1, 2016 1:15 PM EST
While whack-a-mole can help your stress level, there's another way to reduce tension - by avoiding REITs that have been whacked down. Now that 2016 has commenced, let's take a closer look at REITs that have been whacked down the hardest in 2015.
In this article: WHLR, CBL, SNH, SPG, SBRA, EXXI, CORR, LADR, SNR, CDOR, UDF, WPG
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Can Dollar Surge Arrest Rate Hike? 4 REIT Picks
Article By: Zacks Investment Research
Tuesday, November 10, 2015 7:52 AM EST
Following the jobs report, the Bloomberg REIT Index lost 3.1%, the highest fall since a 4.7% decline on Aug 24. A post-rate hike environment is not expected to be conducive to a sector which has gained during a period of record low rates.
In this article: APTS, CBL, RSE
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