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August 15th, 2011

Spotlight on REITs: Realty Income Corporation

(Money Manager) - Realty Income Corporation: This is a real estate investment trust, meaning that it pays a monthly dividend, in fact it is frequently known as the monthly dividend company for just that reason. This company was formed in 1969 by a husband and wife team, William E Clark and Evelyn J Clark. The company went public in 1970, the same year that it acquired its first big franchise lease, Taco Bell.

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July 11th, 2011

Spotlight on REITs: First Industrial Realty Trust

(Money Manager) - First Industrial Realty Trust: this real estate investment trust specializes in industrial properties throughout the USA. The company was founded in Chicago Illinois, in 1994 producing a yearly dividend each year since then.

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January 24th, 2011

Investing in REITS

(Money Manager) - It has become increasingly clear over the years that an investment in income-generating real estate is a safe bet while you are building your wealth and increasing your net worth. But for many folks, making an investment in real estate, especially commercial real estate, is beyond their financial reach.

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June 24th, 2009

Fed Meeting Ends Today

(Lee Siler) - Stocks traded flat with a downward bias, while the Fed concludes its 2-day meeting today. Wall Street will be looking for any signal from the Fed with regards to the fate of interest rates. Obviously, rates are at historic lows, but as the economy tries to bottom there will be a need to tighten monetary policy. However, the question is when? Many economists think the Fed will have to start raising rates towards the end of the year to try and head off inflation. Keep in mind that the Fed Funds target rate is 0.00%-0.25%. That leaves a lot of room to ratchet up rates over the next several months.

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