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Equity Residential (EQR)

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68.39+0.18 (+0.26%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
68.55 +0.16 (+0.23%)
After hours: 05:36PM EDT

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    Arlind
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    Moon
    Success depends on the action or step you take to achieve it. Show me a man who has no investment and I'll tell you how soon he'll be broke. Investment is to build a safe paradise for the future
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    Jason
    Nice earnings… Nice share price.. slowly adding
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    Newbee
    At the end of the day, no matter how much money you make, everyone needs a home right?
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    Joe
    Small fry investor picking up shares here in the low 50s. Gonna throttle back for now and see how this looks in late fall-winter.
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    iscius
    Thinking of opening a big position on EQR. I've done the research, but I haven't been tracking it for long. What's the sentiment here? A year away from full recovery? Dividend safe? Thanks.
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    Justin
    Don't know why fund managers are afraid of Equity Residential. Strongest REIt around.
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    John
    Perfect dividend stock for the long-term investor.
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    Simon
    after I finish toying around with over valued tech stocks in a week or 2, I'm moving all my profits here.
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    Varun Valmiki
    EQR has 178.33 M in cash w/ $1.4B of positive cash flow from operations. This results in CPS ratio of 0.48 (EXCELLENT) compared to sector avg at .27. In addition over 93.0% of EQR shares are held by institutions such as insurance companies indicating a strong confidence from institutions.
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    ASM
    Hard to make money when offering 5 months free on a lease...long long term it will turnaround, but not 2021.
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    John
    The EQR fourth quarter earnings report was fair, could have been better. Did not sound like we will get an increase of the dividend. High quality rentals in good locations will hold me and rents will be increased over time.
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    Brian
    Buy buy buy
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    Roger
    EQR lost a little steam at the end of the week after reaching a 52 week high on Wednesday.

    I still believe there is room for share price to move up, but that might be held back by general market weakness over the next few weeks. Still a good investment in my view for investors looking long term.

    Good Luck to all EQR Investors.
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    Sagi
    Low interest rates forever + huge fiscal and monetary stimulus = skyrocketing real estate prices.

    End of pandemic = improving operating performance of EQR.

    I am long 2023 calls at $95. I never buy calls.

    This thing will rocket higher over the next 18 months.
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    Dennis
    7/8/22. $EQR: Thanks for the dividend; DRIP!
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    Justin
    This is a huge buy ! Lowest SP for the year. Next year will be stellar and back to high 50's. No brainer !
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    Justin
    I worked for this company for years. The biggest difference between them and their main competitor, Avalon, is that they have focused almost entirely on acquiring urban properties and offloading suburban properties for years. Their portfolio is almost entirely limited to luxury urban dwellings in high price urban areas. Even if most of their tenants aren’t losing their jobs outright, nearly their entire portfolio is very sensitive to economic downturn that is especially focused in cities. Nevermind the debt load from new urban developments. It’s got support at $55 right now but I can see this going into the low 40’s easily. Long term put option may be worth the risk.