Company Overview and News
Data center REITs Digital Realty and Equinix have been undaunted by chip vulnerabilities announced last week. (716-2)
Stocks discussed on the in-depth session of Jim Cramer's Mad Money TV Program, Wednesday, January 10. (52-0)
Previously, I analyzed the top holdings of 32 dividend ETFs and presented a ranked list of the 50 top dividend growth stocks held in these ETFs. (51-0)
Investors who either stayed the course or bought the dip in data center REITs enjoyed another year of outperformance. (567-0)
It's been a crazy 2017, but a great one for investors with the S&P 500 hitting a new record high every four market days. (91-1)
Digital Realty Trust's preferred stock is MUCH less volatile (i.e. risky) than the REIT's common stock. (42-0)
Stocks hit all-time highs this week, and Wall Street is looking for direction for the last day of trading ahead of the Christmas holiday break. After this day, there are only four trading days until 2018. The bull market is now nearing nine years old, and the trend that continues to prevail is for investors to buy all the big market sell-offs. Investors are also looking for new investing and trading ideas to generate gains and income ahead. (300-1)
However, "massive-scale cloud providers" like Amazon Web Services, Microsoft and Google are opting to build their own data centres here - a trend not seen elsewhere in the Asia-Pacific region, Structure Research says.
After finishing a four-part series on distressed REITs, readers encouraged a comparison of two higher quality names. (46-0)
The following slide deck was published by Digital Realty Trust, Inc. in conjunction with this event.
Our conviction was confirmed, and we were able to gain incremental insight on what the future may hold for the industry. (162-0)
Following IPO-induced momentum, shares have retreated some 20% but still trade at 70 times pro forma earnings. (2-0)
WASHINGTON – Conservative and liberal U.S. Supreme Court justices on Tuesday appeared reluctant to broaden protections for corporate insiders who blow the whistle on securities law violations or fraud by their companies.
WASHINGTON—Supreme Court justices on Tuesday expressed skepticism that whistleblowers who report corporate wrongdoing internally instead of to the Securities and Exchange Commission are protected from retaliation under the 2010 Dodd-Frank regulatory-overhaul law.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday appeared hesitant to broaden protections for corporate insiders who blow the whistle on financial wrongdoing and fraud by their employers, with several justices suggesting the law does not cover those who report the violations only internally instead of to the government.
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