|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||75.42 - 76.48|
|52 Week Range||72.05 - 86.14|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||6.83|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.12%|
REITs haven't gotten much attention in recent years, as real estate focused stocks have underperformed a roaring broader market. But with low interest rates and rising inflation risks, REITs deserve a ...
The bond experts in the financial media have been warning about the bond bear market for several months. However, the recent data from the futures markets suggests that their timing may be off, let's take a look.
Since its inception in 2007, Healthcare Trust of America (HTA) has delivered a return of 190.0%, beating the S&P 500 Index (SPX), which delivered a return of 139.0%, and the US REIT Index, which delivered a return of 71.0%. HTA has maintained a 9.7% annualized average total return since its first distribution. Investors who invested $1,000 with HTA at inception could expect the invested amount to increase to ~$2,904 with dividends reinvested at the end of 2017.
I had to laugh when I saw this Barron’s headline last week: “REITs Are Sending a Powerful Buy Signal” My response? Of course they are! They have been for a while now! If you’ve been following my articles on Contrarian Outlook , you know I’m a big fan ...
Outpatient procedures have also become more cost effective, which has led to an increased number of outpatient visits. Because Healthcare Trust of America (HTA) has the largest share in the MOB segment, it’s expected to gain due to these factors. It’s expected that healthcare expenditures could increase to 20.0% of the US GDP by 2025.
Real estate investment trusts could return 10% this year after a weak performance so far in 2018, according to Jason Yablon, a portfolio manager at Cohen & Steers (CNS), a leading REIT manager. Speaking this morning in New York, Yablon said the combination of a current 4.5% average REIT dividend yield and the prospect of about 7% growth in funds from operations, or FFO, a REIT cash-flow measure, in 2018 and 2019 could translate into double-digit returns in both years. REITS, as Barron’s noted in its latest issue, have badly lagged the overall market in the past year.
Investing may be a hobby for some — but for most, it is a chore. So many stocks, bonds and funds to go through. And where to start? Just peruse the pages of InvestorPlace and you’ll find an expanding plethora of economic and market opinions and countless picks and pans. And who knows how many will work out or not? And how is the average individual investor to just wade into the morass of the markets?