A little more than year after both companies restructured to become real estate investment trusts (REITs), is it time to take a second look at these unique investment opportunity? Which one offer investors better value?
A shrinking market, and poor inmate management, lead me to sell this high-dividend stock.
Aramark Holdings went public Dec. 12 at $20 per share. The stock spiked in its first day of trading; let's take a look into the company and see where it could go from here.
This company, which recently converted to a REIT, delivers one of life's basic necessities and is yielding nearly 7% on a forward basis.
The company is facing some pressure from short interest and pressure to close prions, but the robust real estate holdings and solid management will keep investors free from strife.
Do short-sellers have these stocks pegged? You be the judge!
Market-trouncing returns could be written in this 5-Star.
Known to cause jockeying among health-benefits providers, are welfare dollars about to cause a boom in a number of other industries?
Let's look forward to this company's next earnings report.
This company may not make you warm inside, but it could fill your pockets.