Is Global Net Lease A Value Trap?
A "value trap" is when a stock is cheap and it trades at a low multiple for an extended time. The stock "traps" attract investors who are looking for a bargain because the shares look inexpensive. The "trap" springs when investors buy into the company at low prices and the stock price never rebounds
The ABCs Of ROIC
Some retail REIT investors have opted to run for the hills, in attempt to avoid the continued volatility in the sector. While I don’t disagree that there could be more pain ahead, I find the correction a bit overdone, and perhaps an opportune time to plant new seeds.
Demographics Don't Lie, And Neither Do Dividends
It’s important for me to dig deeper into the various Health Care REITs, to determine the catalysts that could move the values into normalized trading levels. Many Health Care REITs have underperformed year to date, and by adhering to more granular research, I am confident that I will be better
Amazon Proving The Power Of Bricks And Clicks
Today the market sent shock-waves across the retail sector after Amazon (AMZN) and Whole Foods Market, Inc. (WFM) announced they had entered into a definitive merger agreement under which Amazon will acquire Whole Foods for $42 per share in an all-cash deal valued at $13.7 billion.