Financial Services >> Analyst Interviews >> April 1, 2015
Less Growth Going Forward for Larger Health Care REITs
John M. Roberts is a Senior Vice President, Director of Research and Real Estate Investment Trust Analyst at Hilliard Lyons. Mr. Roberts has previously been ranked as the top REIT Analyst by The Wall Street Journal, a top REIT stock picker by StarMine, and has been rated as a top 10 overall Equity Analyst by StarMine twice — number four stock picker and number eight stock picker. Before joining Hilliard Lyons in 1997, Mr. Roberts served as Vice President, Director of Research and Chief Financial Officer at First Honolulu Securities. He has also been a Mergers and Acquisitions Analyst at Mills Dowling, a Senior Securities Analyst at 13D Research, and a Senior Securities Analyst in the REIT group at Stifel, Nicolaus & Co., Inc. He holds an MBA in finance and operations management from Syracuse University and a B.S. in business economics from Fordham University. Profile
TWST: What is your coverage?
Mr. Roberts: The REITs, meaning real estate investment trusts in the health care area, although I have a few odds and ends.