|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||93.79 - 94.25|
|52 Week Range||86.90 - 96.57|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.25%|
In this part, we’ll look at Welltower (HCN), a US healthcare REIT. Welltower’s revenue growth slowed from 15% in 2015 to 11% in 2016. The growth was driven by all…
With August winding toward a close, CFRA's Sam Stovall writes that the S&P Composite 1500 appears to be on track with historical moves, down some 1.3% for the month. By contrast, food retailers, packaged goods, and advertising were the laggards, falling 3.1%, 3.5%, and 3.7%, respectively.
With plenty of investors looking ahead to Airbnb's IPO, Morgan Stanley's Thomas Allen and his team take a look various cities and what the environment might be like for the startup versus traditional hotels. Allen looks at the U.S.'s top 25 lodging markets, and as there are no federal laws about short-term accommodation rentals, cities have had to handle the situation on their own. Airbnb unfriendly and good for hotels, while six cities--San Diego, Detroit, Phoenix, Philadelphia, Houston, and Dallas--have either chosen to be lax in their regulations or accomodative to Airbnb, and thus bad for hotels.
Boenning & Scattergood's Floris van Dijkum takes a look at the real estate sector today, specifically malls, writing that things may finally be looking up for A-level (highest quality) malls. He writes ...
After worries about North Korea weighed on stocks last week, investors might be worried that there may be more weakness ahead, especially given that August has been volatile in years past. The Transports are also at a key juncture here, near 200-day moving average support.
AvalonBay Communities’ (AVB) performance in 2Q17 can be best evaluated by looking at its price-to-FFO (funds from operations) multiple. The multiple, widely used for REITs, gives an idea of how much…
AvalonBay Communities (AVB) has undertaken several development, redevelopment, and expansion projects to maintain its share in the market. It invested $400 million in new developments during the quarter. ...
AvalonBay Communities (AVB) reported NOI (net operating income) of $367.1 million, compared with $339.6 million in 2Q16. The Northern California region reported the highest NOI of $64.6 million, followed ...
AvalonBay Communities (AVB) has its assets well placed in high-demand Class A cities. These cities have soaring job growth, a high barrier to entry for competitors, and proximity to premium…
American demographics are shifting towards Class A cities with high-income growth and demand for residential apartments. These cities offer job prospects and proximity to offices, schools, and other necessities ...
AvalonBay Communities’ (AVB) total revenue of $530.5 million marginally surpassed Wall Street estimates by 0.3%. However, revenue rose by almost 6% from the year prior. Upbeat top-line growth reflected ...
AvalonBay Communities’ (AVB) top and bottom lines exceeded expectations, backed by higher net operating income growth of 8.1%. Higher occupancy and rent growth in development communities and stabilized ...
AvalonBay Communities (AVB) reported core FFO (funds from operations) of $2.09 per share, in line with Wall Street estimates.
Mortgage rates reached a new milestone last week, and it’s one of the most important—and underreported—events in economic history.
ETFs offer some of the simplest ways to get exposure to real estate. With the Global Industry Classification Standard having officially sanctioned real estate as its own sector, property-based real estate investment trusts trade on their own fundamentals instead of being tucked into the financial sector, as it was previously.
Weak energy and volatile finance sectors question the sustainability of continued strength across all 11 S&P 500 sector exchange-traded funds.
Buying real estate investment trusts isn’t like buying other stocks; despite their high yields and big long-term returns, REITs require a bit more attention and a bit faster action than more popular dividend-payers.
The technology ETF continues to trade to new highs on strong technical momentum, while utilities provide the protection of dividends -- this defines a barbell strategy.
The technology ETF continues to lead the 11 S&P 500 sector ETFs, thanks to continuing all-time intraday highs for its largest component, Apple.
The dynamics among the 11 S&P 500 sector ETFs make investment strategies difficult to judge. You can't be bullish with energy negative, but bulls control 7 of the 11 sectors.