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No sector was hurt as much as housing during the Great Recession of the last decade. Most analysts said that housing would take a decade or more to recover. California, Nevada, Texas, Arizona, and Florida were among the hardest hit states. Now, the U.
In February many hedge funds filed their 13Fs for the fourth quarter of 2012. It's possible to use these filings to develop investment strategies, helping investors earn profits. For example, we have found that the most popular small cap stocks among
Dividend stocks are everywhere, but many just downright stink . In some cases, the business model is in serious jeopardy or the dividend itself isn't sustainable. In others, the dividend is so low, it's not even worth the paper your dividend check is
It's late afternoon in Building 101 of the Hunters Point Shipyard artists' colony, and Richard Bolingbroke has his forehead in his hands. The studio complex, which began as a squat in the 1970s, has been an artists' sanctuary for decades, drawing
When Azusa Land Partners launched the development back in 2005, the region's housing market was roaring. Work on the 518- acre development began the following year with the construction of 120 homes. But things quickly soured as the nation began
Bloomberg.com recently ran an article about how private equity and hedge funds are betting on housing by buying distressed mortgage debt from the government. This, on top of aggressive moves to buy distressed homes directly from banks, could be a
Solano County's largest city and its Mare Island development company have blocked a commercial railroad serving the area from providing free passenger trains over the holidays. Tiny
Chris Hinkle, for The New York Times] The New York Times Tom and Kristin Moser's new house outside Tucson, Ariz., has a feature that the builders are betting will be a hit like the dog showers and craft rooms that beckoned during the boom. Tucked
These numbers come from three different homebuilders that have strength in different areas of the country. The companies offer homes with average prices between $250,000 to well over $500,000. Considering that each of the companies has seen a massive
Finance, looks at which upgrades and downgrades make sense, and which ones investors should act on...Good news first Investors in America's various regional cable monopolies are cheering this morning, buoyed by upped price targets and reiterated "buy"