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How To Spot The Good REITs From The Bad REITs And The Really Bad REITs
Article By: Tim Plaehn Monday, February 24, 2020 7:10 AM EDT
There is a tremendous appeal to owning shares of high-yield stocks. In a world where you are lucky if a bank account pays 2%, income stocks that pay 8%, 9%, or even 11% can be very attractive.
In this article: AGNC, WPG, EARN
WPG: Will This 27% Yield Last? It Depends On Who You Listen To
Article By: Marc Lichtenfeld Wednesday, January 22, 2020 10:39 PM EDT
Washington Prime Group paid out about $187 million in dividends in 2019, with the same figure projected in 2020.
In this article: WPG
Blinded By The Dividend-Paying Light: Beware Of Washington Prime's 'Sucker Yield'
Article By: Brad Thomas Saturday, January 18, 2020 7:00 AM EDT
Washington Prime Group has taken on more leverage over the last two years and its cost of capital signals that the moat is shrinking.
In this article: WPG
Sell These 3 Top Retail Investments Likely To Cut Dividends In 2020
Article By: Tim Plaehn Monday, December 30, 2019 10:13 AM EDT
Dividend-paying stocks with very high yields are priced that way to price in the probability of a dividend cut. The higher the yield, the greater the potential for a dividend reduction, at least in the opinion of the investing public.
In this article: MAC, PEI, WPG Also: CBL
Avoid These Turkeys In Your Stock Portfolio
Article By: Tim Plaehn Wednesday, November 27, 2019 10:24 AM EDT
Turkey is the traditional Thanksgiving fare, and I don’t know anyone who doesn’t like to sit down to a full-spread Turkey dinner on the holiday. However, what we don’t want is turkeys in our stock portfolio.
In this article: AGNC, MMLP, WPG
Is It Time To Jump On The High-Yield, Hated Mall REITs?
Article By: Tim Plaehn Tuesday, October 15, 2019 4:59 AM EDT
The share prices of mall REITs will find a bottom, and as the mall owners react to changing times, they will be again able to grow free cash flow. The challenge is timing the bottom.
In this article: MAC, SKT, WPG
Not All REITs Are Created Equal – Avoid These 3 At All Costs
Article By: Money Morning Sunday, October 13, 2019 10:29 PM EDT
With interest rates at historical lows, it's easy to see the lure of buying REITs. But not all are created equal. Here are three of the most popular REITs on the market – and why they should be avoided at all costs.
In this article: SNH, WPG, CHCT
Washington Prime Group: A 19% Yield That May Not Be As Dangerous As It Seems
Article By: Marc Lichtenfeld Wednesday, April 17, 2019 8:10 PM EDT
There are a lot of naysayers when it comes to Washington Prime Group. The stock has been beaten up over the past year, pushing its yield to 19%.
In this article: WPG
10 Of The Highest Yielding REITs Analyzed In Detail - Friday, May 25
Article By: SureDividend Friday, May 25, 2018 11:15 AM EDT
Investors looking to generate higher levels of income from their investment portfolios should look at Real Estate Investment Trusts, or REITs. These are companies that own real estate properties and lease them generating a steady stream of income.
In this article: EPR, GEO, KIM, VER, KRG, LXP, OHI, SNH, GNL, WPG Also: SPG, JCPNQ, SHLD
Why It's Plain Stupid To Buy These 4 High-Yield REITs Now
Article By: Zacks Investment Research Monday, September 4, 2017 7:10 AM EDT
Elevated supply levels of new properties in several key markets have also plagued the fundamentals for many REITs operating in the residential, storage and healthcare segments.
In this article: ACRE, WSR, SIR, WPG
Is This Juicy 11.6% Yield Going The Wrong Way?
Article By: Marc Lichtenfeld Thursday, August 17, 2017 12:01 AM EDT
Washington Prime Group (NYSE: WPG) is on a lot of income investors’ radars because of its juicy 11.6% yield. But can a yield that high – in a real estate investment trust (REIT) that owns malls and shopping centers – be safe?
In this article: WPG
Why Investments In REIT Stocks Can Be Risky
Article By: Zacks Investment Research Thursday, June 16, 2016 4:38 AM EDT
Despite being backed by many positives, there is no shortage of negatives for the REITs. In fact, any hike in rate has the capability to trigger volatility in REIT stock prices.
Mid-Cap Dividend Growth Stocks By Sector - Part 2C: REITs And Real Estate Management
Article By: Chuck Carnevale Monday, May 9, 2016 5:09 AM EDT
The two most dominant forms or choices for equity investors are stocks and real estate. Equity investing is also referred to as ownership versus investing in debt instruments often referred to as loaner-ship.
In this article: EPR, JLL, OHI, WPG Also: GRT
Mr. Buffett, You Picked The Wrong Blue Light Special
Article By: Brad Thomas Friday, January 22, 2016 11:19 PM EDT
Warren Buffett once said "Risk Comes From Not Knowing What You're Doing." Ironically, there's not much historical evidence related to Buffett's investing acumen as a real estate financier.
In this article: WPG
REITs Whacked Down The Hardest In 2015
Article By: Brad Thomas Friday, January 1, 2016 1:15 PM EDT
While whack-a-mole can help your stress level, there's another way to reduce tension - by avoiding REITs that have been whacked down. Now that 2016 has commenced, let's take a closer look at REITs that have been whacked down the hardest in 2015.
Buy These 4 REITs Increasing Dividends
Article By: Tim Plaehn Tuesday, December 1, 2015 11:00 PM EDT
These four REIT IPOs are growing their cash flows and look ready to pay out their first dividend increase. And, since the market isn’t expecting an increase this early, a small bump to their dividend could result in a nice pop in their share price.
In this article: HIFR, UE, WPG, APLE
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