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  1. REIT Industry Review & Stock Picks - Feb 2014 - Industry Outlook

    February 25, 2014
    REIT Industry Review & Stock Picks - Feb 2014 - Industry Outlook
  2. American Capital Among Real Estate Operations' Biggest Movers ...

    December 24, 2012
    On a bad day for the market, the Nasdaq has declined 0.2%, the S&P 500 has slipped 0.3% and the Dow has fallen 0.4%. Despite ...
  3. American Capital and Other Real Estate Operations Stocks Making ...

    December 14, 2012
    The Nasdaq has fallen 0.8%, the S&P 500 has slipped 0.2% and the Dow has declined 0.1%, marking a bad morning for the market. ...
  4. Should Dividend Investors Be Afraid Of Obama's Budget Plans?

    February 21, 2012
    President Obama's proposed 2013 budget raises some concerns for investors.
  5. 3 Reasons To Own National Retail Properties

    October 20, 2011
    One reason to own stock in National Retail Properties is 5.9% yield. We look at some others as well.
  6. The Rise Of The REITs

    July 14, 2010
    Real estate investment trusts have come back from the depths of the financial crisis.
  7. Winners and Losers - Feb. 12th to Feb. 16th (FSLR, RNWK)

    February 16, 2007
    A look at some of the market's big winners and losers for the week of February 12th.
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  3. What $200,000 Will Buy In The Atlanta Real Estate Market

    Atlanta housing prices are up from last year, but they're still lower than the national median. ...
  4. Bubble Bursting? Only For Biotech & Internet Stocks

    The recent sluggish performance of U.S. stocks is leading some market watchers to question ...
  5. What $300,000 Will Buy In The Riverside/San Bernardino Real Estate Market

    The median list price for the San Bernardino/Riverside, Calif. market is $292,800, up 24.6% ...
  6. What Is Worse Than Being At Risk?

    You may have heard the old adage: “What is worse than being lost? Not knowing you are lost.” ...
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