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TOP PICK
Part of rotating to defensive sectors. The real estate sector has done very well. REIT's trade with the state of the economy and are affected by interest rates. The sector is more co-related to the business cycle. It typically does well until September but the upside this time may not last until then.
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Good momentum. Basket of commercial, residential, storage, and so on. Issue is the expensive valuation. Another way to play it is to look at the US homebuilders, such as ITB, his preference, which also has a home renovation component. Supply/demand dynamics speak to years and years of home building.

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We've seen the bounce from March 23, but they haven't performed well since then. There's lack of visibility on the future. Until we get past Covid, it's not his favourite sector. It has structural headwinds against it. People are out of work, and we haven't had the wave of bankruptcies yet. Better places to look.
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Crown Castle and American Tower represent 20% of this ETF; this is the whole 5G craze, since they own the towers needed for 5G. No problems holding this. He has no worries.

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Seasonal period from April to November. People usually buy REITs for the yield, so it's fine to hold. If you want a faster racehorse, perhaps sell it for something with a higher beta.
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TOP PICK
The number one performing sector year to date. He loves the sector and is happy to stick with it for now.
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Sep 12/18, Up 20%) He still likes being in this. A real steady grower. If you think 10 year rates stay around 2% this will be good to hold. If interest rates go up, this will be a tough hold. He thinks slow growth or a modest recession is likely, so holding this is good. If economic growth accelerates, selling of real estate will accelerate too and he would be forced to sell out.
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The risks will be if interest rates go up or if economic growth accelerates. Otherwise a good holding for a sideways growth market. Yield 3.16%
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He would stay away from AT&T. He is not into the telco theme. There is a better way to get yield. He would like to see wireless competition stabilize -- it is a cut throat business. For yield, he likes real estate or utilities instead. He would hold XLRE -US as the ETF to hold for a yield of 3.1%.

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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Aug 07/18, Up 16%) The 1.5% ten year yield has benefited this one. Rent levels can continue to grow. He continues to be focused here.
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TOP PICK
He likes the outside exposure to data centres and towers. This opens the door to participate in 5G. Yield 3.27%
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Jul 11/18, Up 19%) This was a more defensive pick. He would continue to hold it. Slow growth is fine for the economy and is good for this. Lower interest rates are favorable as well for income generating properties. He names this a Top Pick again today.
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About 40% of the portfolio is in specialized REITs, which includes more defensive data centres. Yield 3.22%
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TOP PICK
US real estate focused in the REIT space with an overweight into large towers and data centres. Great tail wind from rates and real estate. Pays a nice dividend. Yield 3.2%
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A US REIT ETF that benefits from a slower growth economic outlook. Steady interest rates help its value. A defensive holding with some growth. Yield 3.33%
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The Real Estate Select Sector SPDR Fund(XLRE-US) Rating

Ranking : 3 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 0

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 1

Total Signals / Votes : 1

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