A Welcome Conundrum

Do you pay up for what's up? I kept thinking about this all night, because I had four CEOs on Mad Money Wednesday night -- a new record -- and for each of these companies I had to soul-search as to what the right move would be.

Here's what I came up with. First there's Tanger Factory Outlet (SKT). This is the easy one. The stock barely rallied at all, and this company has been among the consistent real estate investment trusts out there. While there are others that I like more right now, including Ventas (VTR) -- whose CEO I interviewed the other night -- you will not go wrong owning this. It's the best run of the outlet malls, and the company has boosted its dividend every year since it has come public....317 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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