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How To Invest In Real Estate Even If You Have Very Little Money
Article By: Gavin McMaster
Wednesday, July 4, 2018 12:34 PM EST
Using options, there is a way to gain exposure to the real estate market without having to put up any cash (or at least very little).
In this article: IYR
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Will Rising Rates Really Hurt The Housing Market? Hint: No, On The Contrary
Article By: Taki Tsaklanos
Saturday, June 16, 2018 10:30 AM EST
That said, there is plenty of reason to look one level deeper: the greatest individual opportunities in the real estate sector.
In this article: KW, MCD, IYR, RWO, TPH, CBRE
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Using Stock Options To Gain Exposure To Real Estate
Article By: Gavin McMaster
Friday, June 8, 2018 2:04 AM EST
Investors wanting to own 100 shares of IYR would need to shell out around $7,900. That’s a pretty hefty sum and not everyone has that kind of cash lying around.
In this article: IYR, SPG
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Trio Check-In: XLU, TLT, IYR
Article By: Tim Knight
Friday, May 25, 2018 4:00 AM EST
Given the crazy moves interest rates have been making lately, I thought we’d check in on my trio of bearish positions.
In this article: IYR, TLT, XLU
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Weekly Wrap: With This Market, The Devil Is In The Details
Article By: Tematica Research
Friday, May 18, 2018 7:57 PM EST
This week the yield of the 10-year Treasury reached over 3.12%, a level not seen since 2011 and the 2-year rose over 2.5%, to levels last seen in 2008. The rising yields are a headwind to rate sensitive sectors such as real estate and utilities.
In this article: IBB, IYR, XLE, XLU, REI, IJR, HAS, KO, PG, UN, DANOY, NSRGY, PCAR, ULH, BIG, GPS, HD, KSS, RL, TGT, TIF, TJX, WSM, ROST
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Using Stock Options To Gain Exposure To Real Estate
Michael Molman 6/11/2018 12:57:23 AM

I am always looking for ways to expand my use of options. This is a nice idea that I will look deeper into. Is there a specific reason you believe $IYR will rise?

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