Bought more CBL at $8.31 today. Just a dollop. Why? Because it's not OIL and while the demise of retail has merit, there is always the chance that Amazon will buy Macy's or someone and have a pick-up center especially when the cost of transportation goes up and PRIME members are going to pay more....eventually.
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CBL is up 4.90% to 8.13
Bought a dollop of this at $7.75 after the dividend announcement. Company is basically doing a version of what T.J. Max and Ross did with retail. Going off-majors and into minor shopping corridors. It is the trend and they have been selling and moving with that trend. Revamping and investment spending in experiential shopping complexes with efforts in the Southeast - a growing part of the country. It's a risk, but so is life. Also, 94-95% rented space. What else can you ask or? One last thing, the newer space with multi-plex type use will get a higher rent and attract the next generation shopper. IMHO. BUY (a little).
There's your dividend announcement. Common and preferred. No change. You can quit wondering if they cancelled it.
Moody's affirms CBL's Baa3 rating; outlook revised to negative
Considering the carnage in retail today, CBL is holding it's own. All the SA articles and comments are helping! Even Kohls is tanking and that company actually makes money, pays a dividend and isn't in the Class A malls. Back to School is around the corner too. Last year, at this time, retail was pronounced dead as well.
Does anyone know what's going on with there dividend? They haven't announced it yet. wondering if they cancelled it.
I am new to this board and curious about the general attitude toward this stock. I see it has dropped from 23 a few years back to where it is now. I do understand the fear of Amazon (I own WHLR) for the last month or so. But what has caused the down trend for the last several years? The dividend has actually increased some while the coverage is quite good.
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14.5% Yield, Has a 208% Divi Coverage and NAV Discount of about 70% right now...buy buy buy.
falling pretty sharp....hope there is nothing fundamentally wrong here
I THINK MY VOTE WAS WASTE-ED. DOWN 3,400.00. ON THIS MANAMENT.
Saw Eisemen on CNBC talking up his short position on all Mall Reits . When they start returning Capital I will worry . Until then based on what I am seeing I have faith here . Never been a short and he makes money by it . Most the stores online are finding having stores for returns are meaningful . Amazon is even trying it . These community Malls are a big hit in the South . Some even include medical rentals , and car dealerships on their leased property . I think CBL who are the dominant player in their markets will and can adapt .
CBL has been looking really attractive lately. I am planning to get in soon.
I am older , disabled , retired . I would not stress over the extremely low price . Remember all Reits are down now with this scare over Amazon/ online over brick and mortar stores . Then you had Reits go into their own sector heading this year with inclusion of CBL into ETF's which are being sold indiscriminate causing the same here . CBL only operates locations that turn a profit or it repackages and sells them . They never keep unprofitable locations long so you do not find many fleas on this Dog it still hunts . However thats my honest opinion . I usually add at times like this but just a few shares if I can as I spend down my savings now with no money coming in . Healthcare went up so much it takes 85% of my social security for medicare ABCand D . No kidding .
HELLO THERE. DATE 05-08-2017. WHAT IS GOING HERE. I AN DOWN 2,500.00 TO DATE. RICHARD
Ever see what happens to inline stores when an anchor goes dark (ala Sears, JC Penny, Macys, Lord & Taylor)????? The inline stores pop like bad zits. The only thing left to do is "get out the dozer" - malls where anchors go dark are worth the ground less the cost to raze it.
This pig is toilet water. $4.5B in debt & the CMBS lenders - which is how/where Malls get refinanced are pulling out of the mid-market mall space. They won't be able to refinance their maturities & they will not be able to access unsecured debt = BK within 24 months of less
Big news, stock prices go up, and they go down. sears has been going out of business for ever. Kmart went bankrupt. a judge nullified their stock. They issued new stock and they purchased Sears. they did this by closing stores and selling the real estate (That they undervalued by many Millions of dollars). but Kmart didn't learn anything. That's why they fail. The value of the real estate isn't going anywhere. it may go down but the it goes up. retail stores have been going out of business for a long time. they get replaced by a new store shortly after.
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