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WP Carey REIT: Tempting 6.2% Yield, But Is The Price At Risk?

Interestingly, after 2 years of underperformance, REITs have staged a bit of a comeback (see chart), but why has WP Carey REIT (WPC) not kept pace? This diversified commercial property REIT has a tempting 6.2% yield, but this article considers the safety of that yield, as well as some important clues about the valuation and the opportunities going forward.

WP Carey REIT: Tempting 6.2% Yield, But Is The Price At Risk?

Interestingly, after 2 years of underperformance, REITs have staged a bit of a comeback (see chart), but why has WP Carey REIT (WPC) not kept pace? This diversified commercial property REIT has a tempting 6.2% yield, but this article considers the safety of that yield, as well as some important clues about the valuation and the opportunities going forward.

Top 10 Big Dividends Worth Considering

If you are an income-focused investor, attractive yield can be hard to find. Especially, considering chronically low interest rates, the constant threat of stock market declines, and the uncertainty of the soon-to-be aligned White House and Congress. For your consideration, we have provided reports for ten high-income opportunities that we consider attractive.

Top 10 Big Dividend REITs Worth Considering

The recent pullback in big-dividend REITs may have created the buying opportunity that many income-focused investors have been waiting for. Specifically, REITs have declined 10% since August 1st (as measured by the Vanguard REIT ETF, VNQ) whereas the overall market is down only 1% (as measured by the S&P 500). Rather than buying the Vanguard REIT ETF, we have compiled a top 10 list of attractive big-dividend REITs that we believe are worth considering.

W.P. Carey REIT: Big Dividend, Big Risks

If you like big dividends and discounted prices, W.P. Carey (WPC) may have caught your eye. It currently offers a 6.4% dividend yield, and its shares are trading nearly 16% lower than just 2 months ago. A cursory review of this REIT looks promising because of its big growing dividend, healthy dividend coverage ratio, and positive AFFO outlook. However...

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