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06
Mar

E-House (China) Holdings Limited Earnings Preview

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EJ CBG JLL

E-House (China) Holdings Limited  (EJ) 

Background: E HOUSE CHINA are a leading Chinese real estate services company offering a comprehensive suite of integrated services, strong brand recognition and broad geographical presence.They provide primary real estate agency services, secondary real estate brokerage services and real estate consulting and information services. Their clients include leading domestic and international real estate developers and they have received numerous awards and accolades for our innovative and high quality services, including from the National Association of Real Estate Brokerage and Appraisal Companies in 2006.

Tue
18
Feb

Host Hotels & Resorts Earnings Preview For Wednesday

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HST AHT FCH LHO

Host Hotels & Resorts, Inc.  (HST) 

Background: Host Hotels & Resorts, Inc. is a lodging real estate company that currently owns or holds controlling interests in upper upscale and luxury hotel properties primarily operated under premium brands. Host Hotels & Resorts will be the premier lodging real estate company. Creating value through aggressive asset management and disciplined capital allocation to generate superior performance would maximize shareholders' returns through a combination of dividends, growth in funds from operations and increasing asset value.

Mon
17
Feb

Spirit Realty Capital Earnings Preview

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SRC EPR KIM

Spirit Realty Capital, Inc.  (SRC) 

Background: Spirit Realty Capital, Inc is a publicly traded real estate investment trust. Spirit Realty Capital, Inc was formed on August 14, 2003 and is domiciled in the United States.

Investors aren't expecting an improvement in earnings. Analysts forecast per share results below last year in the same quarter. The earnings release is planned after the market closes on February 27, 2014.

The average estimate is currently 18 cents a share, backsliding 1 cent (5.3%) from 19 cents during the matching period in the previous year. Analysts are estimating as low as 2 cents per share, up to the most optimistic estimate of 24 cents per share.

The company currently pays 67 cents per share in dividends for a yield of 6.1%.

Fri
14
Feb

NorthStar Realty Finance Earnings Preview For Thursday's Release

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NRF NLY

NorthStar Realty Finance Corp.  (NRF) 

Background: NorthStar Realty Finance Corp. operates as a real estate investment trust in the United States.

NorthStar Realty Finance is forecast to report WEAK fourth-quarter earnings before the market opens on February 27, 2014.

The consensus estimate is currently 30 cents a share, falling 43 cents (58.9%) from 73 cents during the same period last year. Analysts are estimating as low as 27 cents per share, up to the most optimistic estimate of 34 cents per share.

Fri
14
Feb

Annaly Capital Management Earnings Preview

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NLY CMO RWT

Annaly Capital Management, Inc.  (NLY) 

Background: Annaly Capital Management, Inc. owns, manages, and finances a portfolio of real estate related investments in United States. Management, Inc. was founded in 1996 and is based in New York, New York.

Annaly Capital Management is forecast to report WEAK fourth-quarter earnings after the market closes on February 25, 2014.

The consensus estimate is currently 27 cents a share, falling 4 cents (12.9%) from 31 cents during the same period last year. Analysts are estimating as low as 16 cents per share, up to the most optimistic estimate of 36 cents per share.

Annaly Capital Management pays $1.2 annually in dividend payments. The yield based on a recent price is 11%.

Wed
11
Dec

The Market has Rallied--Now what?

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Oftentimes, it may seem that the individual/retail investor is often among the last to enter and benefit from a rally. And, according to some experts over at Schwab, that seems to be the case this time. But, they still expect the market to continue its upward trend. Could it be that the market is indeed overvalued or do firms hold enough cash and other assets on their balance sheets to make this expected growth sustainable ?

Operating on the assumption that the market still has a way to climb, how does the late market entrant avoid ending up making speculative investments at these market highs?

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