While Teladoc has a lot going for it, investors should keep these risks in mind.
The factory-outlet-focused REIT is better positioned than other mall operators to weather a retail downturn.
Let's see how three bold 2018 acquisitions are working out for shareholders.
Telehealth is expected to be one of the fastest-growing segments of healthcare IT. And Teladoc is the only publicly-traded telehealth company.
Cerner's products are meant to help the healthcare system operate more efficiently. Does exposure to strong long-term growth trends make Cerner's stock a buy?
Double-digit dividend yields are usually a red flag, but this one could be different.
The retail apocalypse is overblown, and mall REITs offer a less risky way to be greedy when others are fearful.
Investors can expect Cerner to grow its top line by 6% to 9% over the next five years.
By focusing on luxury shopping destinations and evolving with the times, this REIT mall operator has defied the downward trends in retail.
Selling your home with the click of a button has its perks, but myriad challenges still exist for Zillow Offers.
Brookfield Property's buyout of the REIT was complicated and bold. A year later, other economic headwinds have kept the company from benefiting.
This mall operator and REIT has been hit hard by retail industry challenges.
PREIT has had significant exposure to struggling retailers and has had to make strategic changes.
Kimco Realty has crafted a neighborhood shopping center strategy designed to insulate itself from e-commerce threats.
Taubman Centers has delivered strong financial results, bucking the downward trend being felt by other mall operators.
The real estate investment trust's solid performance doesn't match the industry's "retail apocalypse" narrative.
With retailers struggling, the REIT is diversifying its real estate business.
The data provider is taking advantage of several growth tailwinds in the financial sector, but is the stock worth investing in?
Growth is slowing, but the company is using cash flow to buy back gobs of its stock.
The financial software provider's stock isn't expensive, but is SEI a smart investment?