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  • fimtinnegan fimtinnegan Oct 27, 2010 5:18 PM Flag

    NLY down 4% afterhours -- bad day tomorrow

    Looks like a sell-off in REITS tomorrow as the lemmings follow the herd, now that NLY has disappointed

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    • Well thats funny because EQR, AVB, DRE, BDN, and SKT all BEAT earnings & revenue estimates.. ohh yeah and RAISED FY2011 estimates.. all just after the bell. try and keep up.. Thanks for the free lunch tomorrow as negative minded bears will be handed knuckle sandwiches at the open. USA land to the moon baby!

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      • Actually that's not true at all they gave mixed earnings some beat earnings but missed guidance some beat guidance but missed revenue it was a very mixed bag to say the least also they were priced to perfection.

        They all needed to blow out earnings to justify their present stock price so I suspect a slow grind down over the next couple of months.

        We will be back in the 40's by january... mark this post!

      • DRE, BDN, and SKT have a COMBINED market cap of 3/4ths of NLY. All five you mentioned are flat after hours, while NLY continues lower (now down MORE than 4%). As for all those great results, only DRE is noteworthy:

        AVB
        AvalonBay earnings fall 60 percent -- Wed 5:30PM EDT

        BDN
        Brandywine Realty reports EPS in-line; guides FY11 FFO below consensus -- Wed 5:22PM EDT

        EQR
        InPlay: Equity Res reports EPS in-line; guides Q4 FFO in-line -- Wed 4:58PM EDT

        SKT
        Tanger Factory guides 2010 FFO's in-line -- Tue, Oct 26

 
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