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Unbelievable... looks like I need to change the time frame on this to 3 years!
Although inflation may raise the price of property, this is likely to be offset by higher interest rates and higher property taxes. This week anything with bank, home or real estate in its name has had a nice speculative rise as optimism about a real estate recovery is making a paper recovery in this sector of the stock market. When default rates go down and home prices rise, then the optimism will be justified.
It is time to load some real estate ETF...
Based on my call that the rally is going to see a pull-back over the next few weeks I am giving all Bear ETFs a thumbs up and all Bull ETFs a thumbs down in the short run. I am only invested in a small sampling of these bear ETFs but in order to raise my CAPS score I entered several here.
Real Estate is at the bottom. May take a year or more but this will come back. Will require patience but will pay off.
Just buying because others are selling.
Its an index fund with holdings beyond commercial real estate. It is a good hedge against inflation and at a rock bottom price. Buy low, sell high!
Karen Fimerman trades it up and dowm
Part of Long term ETF profile
Commercial will have a good 09 ...lol just as good as financials in 08 ...going down
Hahahaha... Commercial Real Estate eh? Uh, yeah.Time to hop on this one guys. SRS is the ultrashort, and I suspect it breaks $150 by the winter.
Commercial real estate lags the real world. The IYR has a very ugly chart and will continue to fold under the pressure of the subprime crisis. This is a read inbetween the lines stock...buy back in the 40's...after riding SRS up...Nuff said
Commercial real estate should feel pressured over the next few quarters. Can't imagine this ETF not making new lows over that time.
Climbing and will continue to climb
Real estate is cheap.
Sector will recover. This fund tracks the Dow Jones U.S. Real Estate indx. Although the Real Estate market has crashed, it will remain a good investment in the long term.
Real State is not getting any better for the next two years. Economy has a weak spot and even with lower interest rates, unemployment is high it will take time to correct
Armageddon for finance stocks.
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