We highlight three REITs where insiders are putting their money where their mouths are. So should investors. More
REITs, or Real Estate Investment Trusts, operate as funds of real estate. The trust is sold to investors on the open market and, using those funds, purchases real estate such as office buildings, apartments, and shopping centers. REITs are excellent additions to any portfolio as it diversifies investments and provide excellent returns. To click here.
REITs are one way to generate stable, consistent and growing dividends. These 3 REITs are just the ticket for your portfolio More
Back in the summer, real estate investment trusts (REITs) were all the rage. After a recent sell-down, these 3 REITs may be a bargain soon More
REITs are an important component of a high yield portfolio for retirees or aspiring retirees. But this REIT class is worth ignoring for now. More
REITs have been on a wild ride in 2016 until a recent pullback. Here are 5 REITs that can give your portfolio a boost today More
High dividends, great long term gains and inflation protection. REITs and Retirement just make sense. Here's 3 ways to play the sector. More
With a rate hike a possibility after the election, REITs may see some drop-off in value. Avoid these 5 REITs before its too late More