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In January 2015, Direxion introduced the first 1.25x daily S&P 500 ETF, Direxion Daily S&P 500 Bull 1.25x Shares (NYSEARCA:LLSP).
In our “REIT Rankings” series, we introduce readers to one of the 13 REIT sectors and the individual REITs that comprise these sectors, focusing only on the larger, internally managed REITs with proven track records of performance.
Editor’s note: Bruce Cleveland discussed the Traction Gap in a column earlier this month. This is his second article on the topic. As I discussed earlier this month, 2016 has seen a significant drop in Series B financings.
I get chills when insiders tell outsiders “not to panic.” Home sales plunged 10.9% across the US in July from a year ago, “the biggest national sales decline since April 2011,” nationwide real estate broker Redfin reported, adding chillingly, “but there’s a good reason not to panic.
This is a guest contribution from Alan Wagner at Dividend Power. Dividend Power helps individual investors build life changing wealth through dividend growth strategies and unique screening capabilities. Selling a stock is a challenging and often emotional endeavor.
Frankly, Prospect Capital Corp. (NASDAQ:PSEC) has surprised me, positively. The high-risk business development company with not the greatest reputation in the income investor world has convinced with a strong reversal of its share price in 2016, after getting clobbered at the beginning of the year.
On August 31, 2016, stock exchange-listed real estate companies in the Financials sector will be reclassified to a newly created Real Estate sector under the Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS®) structure.
Sharon Machlis is a journalist with Computerworld, and to show other journalists how great R is for data visualization she shows them these five data visualizations, each of which can be created in 5 lines of R code or less. I’ve reproduced Sharon’s code and charts below.
Our markets moved ahead in Q2 with the usual reason being given: more companies than not “beat the estimates” of Wall Street analysts. However — it has now been 18 months since more companies reported higher earnings than the quarter before.