It’s Time To Buy This High-Yield Dividend Stock

I want to tell you about a high-quality stock that pays big, growing, reliable dividends. This is possibly one of the best dividend stocks to buy now. These growing dividends are funded by growing profit because this business owns thousands of real estate properties that are leased out to tenants across hundreds of industries. You know what they say about real estate. They're not making any more land. You know what else they say about real estate. Location, location, location. Well, this company takes advantage of both of those adages.

It's a real estate wizard that has built an enviable portfolio of thousands of properties. And these properties are in some of the best locations across various localities. This allows them to collect monthly rent checks from their tenants, which they pass along to their shareholders in the form of a large, monthly dividend.

Best of all, the stock looks undervalued right now. Price is what you pay. But value is what you get. Why’s that important? Because buying a dividend growth stock when it’s undervalued should provide a higher yield, greater long-term total return potential, and reduced risk. With this in mind, I want to tell you about an opportunity I recently came across with shares of Realty Income Corp., which appears to be trading at a significant discount today...

Realty Income Corp. - stock ticker O - is a real estate investment trust that leases freestanding, single-tenant, triple-net-leased retail properties. Founded in 1969, it's now a $22 billion (by market cap) real estate giant that employs more than 200 people.

Their portfolio of over 6,500 properties spreads out across 49 US states, Puerto Rico, and the United Kingdom. They own quality properties in great locations, and they sign well-capitalized tenants to long-term triple-net-lease contracts.

These tenants are often some of the biggest and best businesses in the world - and many of these businesses have been barely affected by the pandemic. Some of Realty Income's top tenants include Home Depot Inc. (HD) and FedEx Corporation (FDX). A pandemic doesn't mean these tenants suddenly go bust. Nor do leases suddenly become null and void.

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