Shopping malls and retail strip centers have been declining for many years. How many empty spaces did you see in your local mall the last time you visited? Have you seen any new malls or strip centers being constructed recently? Main streets across America have also had vacant storefronts for a long period of time.
November 14, 1:49 PM
A Bank of America analyst has changed his initial ratings on five real estate investment trusts: three are healthcare REITs and two are residential REITs.
October 10, 11:28 AM
Income investors love real estate investment trusts (REITs) because of the high dividend yields they offer. And most REITs now have higher than normal yields because of the rising interest rates the Federal Reserve has initiated this year to combat inflation and the subsequent price declines of the entire REIT sector as a result.
September 22, 5:36 PM
Omega Healthcare Invts (NYSE:OHI) has outperformed the market over the past 20 years by 1.02% on an annualized basis producing an average annual return of 8.66%. Currently, Omega Healthcare Invts has a market capitalization of $7.19 billion.
September 19, 10:05 AM
One of the attractions of real estate investment trusts (REITs) is that some pay exceptionally high dividends. How long this can continue – with the Fed about to raise interest rates – is another question, but, for now, it’s easy to find REITs paying 6%+ dividends.
September 13, 7:44 AM
Truist Securities analyst Michael Lewis maintains Omega Healthcare Invts (NYSE:OHI) with a Hold and raises the price target from $30 to $34.
If You Invested $10K in Omega Healthcare Investors 5 Years Ago, Here’s How Much You Would Have Made in Dividends
September 9, 1:25 PM
One way income investors can make prudent decisions on which dividend stocks to purchase is by studying the past history of a company. Has there been dividend growth? Have there been any suspensions or cuts to the dividend? What is the average yield of the dividend over time?
August 24, 12:30 PM
In uncertain times, investors often gravitate toward income-producing stocks. While it’s difficult to forego the opportunity for substantial appreciation that non-dividend stocks provide, the tradeoff for income stocks is reduced risk on the downside, as well as the regular monthly or quarterly dividend.