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​5 REITs That Should Boost Dividends

​5 REITs That Should Boost Dividends

Brad Thomas | Equities.com |

It’s possible to get rich when you own REITs that have growing dividends. Dividend growth and price appreciation are correlated.


​With Uncertainty in Equities, Credit Looks Increasingly Attractive

Stan Sokolowski | Equities.com |

With the Dow plummeting over 1,000 points in a mere two days, and interest rates continuing to rise, the once-overlooked credit market is showing strong signs of potential.


Laying Low in a Storm of Equity Volatility and Rising Rates

IRIS.xyz | Equities.com |

Investors have found themselves stuck between a rock and a hard place this year. Bouts of equity volatility caused by growth and geopolitical concerns vs. rising rates.


Here’s Why 10%+ Treasury Yields Are a Real Possibility

John Mauldin | Equities.com |

Obviously, the government should spend less. But where to cut?


Junk Bonds Still “A-Okay”

Ivan Martchev | Equities.com |

It is my experience that junk bond spreads tend to widen before the stock market makes its high for the cycle. None of this type of foretelling action from bonds is happening at present.


GE – “Bringing Investment Mistakes to Life”

Lance Roberts | Equities.com |

​Last week, General Electric did something that many never thought would happen. They slashed their dividend to just $0.01 per share.


Junk Bonds Say It’s Too Early to Fret

Ivan Martchev | Equities.com |

It would be very unusual for the stock market to weaken further in a good earnings environment in the seasonally strong time of the year.


Mortgage Loan Applications: How the Economy Impacts You

Richard Parker | Equities.com |

The best time to apply for a mortgage or mortgage refinance is based on these economic indicators.


​Here’s Where the Next Financial Crisis Begins

Harry Dent | Equities.com |

The trigger this time looks to be corporate loan failures in emerging countries, starting with Turkey and the worst, Venezuela.


No Time for a Big Bond Bear

Ivan Martchev | Equities.com |

While the 10-year Treasury note yield closed Friday at a multi-year high of 3.22%, launching talk of a bear market in bonds, I have to remind readers of this column that we have been there before.