Realty Income Corp, Stock Analysis For Monthly Dividend Income

Realty Income Corp, stock symbol, O, the Monthly Dividend Company, is the asset I’m going to analyze today using my weird Japanese investing system. Is this monthly dividend-paying stock worth investing in?  If so, when should you buy? Today I'm using the Ichimoku cloud analysis and my Invest Diva Diamond Analysis (IDDA) to develop an investment strategy for the Realty Income Stock, O.

I look at the markets based on my signature Invest Diva Diamond Analysis (IDDA) and combine it with the Ichimoku Kinko Hyo strategy development technique including indications from the Ichimoku cloud. The IDDA looks at investment strategies from 5 points: technicals, fundamentals, sentiment, capital, and overall.

About Realty Income Corp Stock (O)

The company has a REIT structure. It supports its monthly dividends by the cash flow from over 5,900 real estate properties owned under long-term lease agreements with commercial tenants.

The company has a Market Cap of 24 billion dollars and an EPS of 1.27. Its forward dividend & yield is at 2.73 (3.71%).

Realty Income Corp Stock Fundamentals

Here are some of the main characteristics of the Realty Income Corp stock:

  • Realty Income (O) owns roughly 5,000 properties.
  • Most of the properties are freestanding, single-tenant, triple-net-leased retail properties. 
  • Its properties are located in 49 states and Puerto Rico and are leased to 250 tenants from 47 industries.
  • Recent acquisitions have added industrial, office, manufacturing, and distribution properties.

Realty Income Corp Stock Opportunity & Risk

The company is the largest triple-net REIT in the U.S. It's a monthly dividend company, which pays more often than the regular, quarterly dividend stocks. 80% of Realty Income’s tenants are in retail, but most focus on defensive segments. It’s service-oriented, protected against e-commerce pressures, and resistant to economic downturns.

On the flip side, Realty Income Corp is subject to changing consumer tastes and economic situations. Almost half of its tenants are not investment-grade and more than half of its net operating income is still concentrated in its top 20 tenants.

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