Universal Health Realty Income Trust

Universal Health Realty Income Trust is real estate investment trust. The company invests in health care and human service related facilities including acute care hospitals, rehabilitation hospitals, sub-acute facilities, medical office buildings, free-standing emergency departments and childcare centers.
  • TickerUHT
  • ISINUS91359E1055
  • ExchangeNew York Stock Exchange
  • SectorReal Estate Investment Trusts
  • CountryUnited States

Analysts

Dave Nicoski ...
  • Ross LaDuke

Vital Signs: Actionable charts

• A number of Healthcare names are pulling back to logical support areas. (ex. EW, EGRX, ARWR, RGEN, LCI, CTLT, and PBH) • The Technology Sector continues to have a number of technically attractive names that are pulling back to support levels. (ex. FORM, MKSI, NVDA, MU, SYNA, ANSS, COHR, and WDC) • Defensive Sectors such REITs and Consumer Staples remain leadership. (ex. LW, PEP, UHT, NSA, COR, and LSI)

Dave Nicoski ...
  • Ross LaDuke

Vermilion Compass: Weekly Equity Strategy

Deterioration beneath the surface In last week's Compass we highlighted several cyclical areas of the market that were at or near support - areas we often look to in order to gauge risk sentiment. We posited that if support levels hold we could be looking at a pullback similar to that of May, but that breakdowns would likely lead to a deeper correction similar to October and/or December of 2018. Support levels held for the majority of these cyclical areas of the market, but not all. Below we highlight these and other concerning developments which show that there is some deterioration beneath ...

Dave Nicoski ...
  • Ross LaDuke

Vital Signs: Actionable charts

Key Points: • A few Consumer Discretionary names continue to act well. The list is thinning of attractive names though. (ex. FOXF, UEIC, DECK, CHDN, WING, YUM, BOOT, RCI, POOL, DLTR, and AAN) • A number of Health Care Sector names are attractive. (ex. MASI, TFX, CNMD, STE, CRVL, LNTH, HAE, COO, WST, RGEN, ANIK, NEO, and TECH) • Attractive Technology and Services names include: MANH, CDNS, ANSS, AGYS, TTEC, CLGX, MMS, and KBR

Dave Nicoski ...
  • Ross LaDuke

Vermilion Compass: Weekly Equity Strategy

Upgrading Staples, downgrading Energy Defensive Sector rotations continued last week as treasury yields remained suppressed. Price and RS trends improved for telecom, REITs, staples, pharma, and utilities. Energy and materials were the laggards as commodity prices tumbled, due in part to global growth and trade concerns. Leadership from defensive Sectors is not what we would expect as the S&P 500 approaches the 2,873 all-time high set in January, but it has certainly improved market breadth. What it comes down to is the multi-month uptrend for the S&P 500 that began in early April remains in...

Ford Equity US Rating and Forecast Report

Ford Equity Research covers more than 4,000 stocks using a proprietary quantitative model that evaluates a company’s earnings strength, its relative valuation and recent price movement. Ford’s five recommendation ratings include strong buy, buy, hold, sell, strong sell. For all stocks in our coverage universe, ratings are generated each week and reflect the fundamental and price data as of the last trading day of the week.

Ford Equity US Rating and Forecast Report

Ford Equity Research covers more than 4,000 stocks using a proprietary quantitative model that evaluates a company’s earnings strength, its relative valuation and recent price movement. Ford’s five recommendation ratings include strong buy, buy, hold, sell, strong sell. For all stocks in our coverage universe, ratings are generated each week and reflect the fundamental and price data as of the last trading day of the week.

Dave Nicoski ...
  • Ross LaDuke

Vital Signs: Actionable charts

• A number of Healthcare names are pulling back to logical support areas. (ex. EW, EGRX, ARWR, RGEN, LCI, CTLT, and PBH) • The Technology Sector continues to have a number of technically attractive names that are pulling back to support levels. (ex. FORM, MKSI, NVDA, MU, SYNA, ANSS, COHR, and WDC) • Defensive Sectors such REITs and Consumer Staples remain leadership. (ex. LW, PEP, UHT, NSA, COR, and LSI)

Dave Nicoski ...
  • Ross LaDuke

Vermilion Compass: Weekly Equity Strategy

Deterioration beneath the surface In last week's Compass we highlighted several cyclical areas of the market that were at or near support - areas we often look to in order to gauge risk sentiment. We posited that if support levels hold we could be looking at a pullback similar to that of May, but that breakdowns would likely lead to a deeper correction similar to October and/or December of 2018. Support levels held for the majority of these cyclical areas of the market, but not all. Below we highlight these and other concerning developments which show that there is some deterioration beneath ...

Dave Nicoski ...
  • Ross LaDuke

Vital Signs: Actionable charts

Key Points: • A few Consumer Discretionary names continue to act well. The list is thinning of attractive names though. (ex. FOXF, UEIC, DECK, CHDN, WING, YUM, BOOT, RCI, POOL, DLTR, and AAN) • A number of Health Care Sector names are attractive. (ex. MASI, TFX, CNMD, STE, CRVL, LNTH, HAE, COO, WST, RGEN, ANIK, NEO, and TECH) • Attractive Technology and Services names include: MANH, CDNS, ANSS, AGYS, TTEC, CLGX, MMS, and KBR

Dave Nicoski ...
  • Ross LaDuke

Vermilion Compass: Weekly Equity Strategy

Upgrading Staples, downgrading Energy Defensive Sector rotations continued last week as treasury yields remained suppressed. Price and RS trends improved for telecom, REITs, staples, pharma, and utilities. Energy and materials were the laggards as commodity prices tumbled, due in part to global growth and trade concerns. Leadership from defensive Sectors is not what we would expect as the S&P 500 approaches the 2,873 all-time high set in January, but it has certainly improved market breadth. What it comes down to is the multi-month uptrend for the S&P 500 that began in early April remains in...

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