American Realty Investors (ARL) Down in Active Trading for June 23

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American Realty Investors Inc. (NYSE:ARL) shares have fallen 5.72% today on 11,704 shares - compared to the 30 day average of 10,874 shares traded.

After closing today at $16.14 the company has a 50 day moving average of $19.28.

The company is set to release earnings on 2022-08-11.

American Realty Investors is up 35.34% so far this year.

For technical charts, analysis, and more on American Realty Investors visit the company profile.

About American Realty Investors Inc.

American Realty Investors, a New York Stock Exchange Company, maintains a commitment to greater shareholder value through the acquisition, financing, operation and sale of real estate and real estate assets. American Realty is highly diverse in location, with a portfolio of properties strategically located throughout the United States. Its holdings include apartments, office buildings, retail centers and parcels of land. At the time of purchase, acquisitions are often referred to as "undervalued" or "underdeveloped." Under ARL ownership, value is added through physical improvements as well as management improvements. The result is increased income through higher rental and occupancy rates and increased income.

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