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9 REITs That Had to be Destroyed in Order to be Saved

June 20, 2009

In 1968 at the height, so to speak, of the Vietnam War, U.S. Air Force Major Chet Brown was fresh out of ideas and common sense. Tired, frustrated and on the wrong end of a microphone after a battle for the provincial capital of Ben Tre, he famously allowed that it had become necessary to […]

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More Downside in Equity REITs?

November 26, 2008

I think that depends on what type of Equity REIT you’re talking about. There really isn’t anything too new in this video, but in the process of highlighting continued broad downside risk in Equity REITs (recession=lower rents, lower occupancy & ultimately reduced dividends), there is also an interesting contradiction. If it will be “pretty hard […]

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