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EPR Properties (EPR - $70.64 – NYSE) (EPR) is a real estate investment trust (REIT) that owns entertainment-oriented properties such as movie theaters, driving ranges, and waterparks, in addition to charter schools. Triple-net REITs have a defensive component to them, and starting in late October, investors broadly rotated toward more cyclical stocks and away from more defensive ones. That rotation was fueled by several factors, including reports at the time of a preliminary trade deal with China and a Federal Reserve Board that had signaled no changes to interest rates. Also, in late November, EPR announced the sale of its
REITs offer ordinary investors and institutions alike exposure to real estate. An increasing number are publicly traded, giving investors more choice than ever before. The rise of REITs is not simply numerical, but also strategic. A proliferation of specialized REITs offers a vast menu of sectoral targets, from hospitality to hospitals, with an equally diverse profile of risk and return.
In this research note, we take a look at a particular REIT that has come onto our radar in recent weeks, EPR Properties (EPR).
Experiences are the specialty
EPR first listed shares in 1997. It started out small, with a
(Published by Nicholas McCullum on May 17)
Real estate and dividend stocks are two of the most-cited strategies for creating passive retirement income.
The downside to owning rental properties is it is not really passive. Any landlord who has had to call a plumber or an electrician during the middle of the night can attest to this.
For investors looking to capture the returns of the real estate sector while benefitting from the hands-off approach of dividend stocks, real estate investment trusts – or REITs– are a very attractive investment vehicle.
EPR Properties (EPR) is one of the most
China has many problems, a number of which are structural, not transitory. These are not merely growing pains, though at one time, they could have gone in that direction.
After Mao's death, new leader Deng Xiaoping recognized that the country was failing under its communist economic system. His visits to Thailand, Malaysia and, in particular, Singapore (where he met with Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew, the capitalist architect of Singapore's resurgence) convinced him that drastic change was needed.
Impressed with Singapore's economic development, respect for the environment and quality housing, he sent tens of thousands of Chinese to Singapore to
This is the final installment in my series of articles on fairly valued mid-cap selections.
My inspiration to produce these articles was at the request and suggestion from regular readers who were frustrated at the lack of coverage and/or articles on mid-caps. To accommodate those requests, I screened through the Standard & Poor's 400 mid-cap index with the assumption that it represented a credible universe of high-quality mid-caps. The fact that I was only reviewing the S&P 400 index was missed based on many comments received on my previous articles in this series. In other words, I only included fairly
In the fourth calendar quarter of 2015, the KEELEY Mid Cap Dividend Value Fund (KMDVX) rose 1.28 percent compared to a 3.12 percent increase for the Russell Mid Cap Value Index. After a challenging third quarter, equity markets rebounded to post positive gains in the fourth quarter. However, many of the factors that weighed on markets throughout 2015 remain, and will most likely play a key role in 2016. The volatility in energy prices continued, and the situation may become even more volatile as companies succumb to the pressure of sustained low energy prices. China’s slowing growth is also having
The Fund’s second largest contributor was EPR Properties (NYSE:EPR) which increased over 13 percent and added 24 basis points of performance during the quarter. The specialty Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) reported third quarter adjusted funds from operations (FFO) that exceeded expectations with a 10 percent increase in revenue from the prior year quarter. The company also raised guidance for the full year.
From the KEELEY Mid Cap Dividend Value Fund commentary 4th quarter 2015.
In this article, let's take a look at American Tower Corporation (AMT), a $39.95 billion market cap company, which operates the largest independent portfolio of wireless communications and broadcast towers in North America.
Outperforming the Industry
The company has good diversified model. It operates in an industry where it is difficult to gain competitive advantages over comps, but it has managed to outperform its peers.
We say this because all the companies have the same operating model, which consists on owning wireless towers and lease them to telecommunication operators.
International exposure seems to be a good thing. For
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