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Stocks that have high dividend yields and predictable earnings growth

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823 Views    James Li    2019-09-23 21:42
See National Health Investors dividend growth prospects examined in detail

Published Feb. 24 by Bob Ciura

Income investors interested in buying real estate investment trusts, otherwise known as REITs, should pay particular attention to the health care REITs.

Health care REITs, such as National Health Investors (NHI), have a unique and compelling growth opportunity that sets them apart from other REITs—the aging U.S. population.

There are 76 million Baby Boomers in the U.S. As these individuals age, health care spending is likely to exceed GDP growth in the U.S. going forward.

NHI stands to capitalize from the trend, and investors will likely benefit from growing dividends. It recently increased its

190 Views    Ben Reynolds    2017-02-25 17:23

U.S. REITs were created in 1960 by Congress as a way for all investors to have access to large-scale, income-producing real estate. To qualify as a REIT, the trust must comply with IRS rules. These rules include: 1) distributing annually as dividends at least 90% of its taxable income, 2) investing at least 75% of its total assets in real estate and 3) deriving at least 75% of gross income from real estate.

The 90% distribution requirement along with no corporate income taxes are two reasons REITs yields are often above average. However, it is important to note that

3703 Views    Dividends4Life    2015-06-03 16:25

Linked here is a detailed quantitative analysis of HCP, Inc. (HCP). Below are some highlights from the above linked analysis:

Company Description: Health Care Property Investors, Inc. is a California-based equity-oriented real estate investment trust that has direct or joint venture investments in health care-related facilities across the U.S.

Fair Value: In calculating fair value, I consider the NPV MMA Differential Fair Value along with these four calculations of fair value, see page 2 of the linked PDF for a detailed description:

1. Avg. High Yield Price
2. 20-Year DCF Price

422 Views    Dividends4Life    2014-12-31 15:10
Since the beginning of the week, there have been three CEOs who’ve made buys into their companies costing them over $100 thousand. These buys all come as the price of the stock is sitting at or near 52-week highs. The following three weeks represent the costliest insider buys coming from CEOs this week. [b]Howard Hughes Corp. ([url=http://www.gurufocus.com/stock/HHC]HHC[/url])[/b] The CEO of Howard Hughes Corp. made a [url=http://www.gurufocus.com/insider/HHC]large insider buy[/url] this week, costing him nearly $1 million. CEO [url=http://www.gurufocus.com/InsiderBuy.php?insider=Weinreb+David]David Weinreb[/url] bought 10,000 shares of Howard Hughes at $99.56 per share. This cost the CEO a
725 Views    Monica Wolfe    2013-06-04 22:34
When you purchase individual stocks, [url=http://www.dividend-growth-stocks.com/2009/06/all-investing-involves-risk.html][b]risk is inherent[/b][/url]. Sometimes bad things happen to good stocks. Eventually, every investor will hold a stock that falls out of favor and endures a double-digit decline. Understanding this from the onset makes it easier to deal with. To minimize the risk of significant declines, your core portfolio should focus on [b]blue-chip dividend growth stocks[/b]. Listed below are select companies that have recently elected to raise their payout and yield by increasing their cash dividends to shareholders: [b]American Campus Communities Inc.[/b] (ACC) is an independent equity real estate investment trust. May 2, the company increased
643 Views    Dividends4Life    2013-05-06 19:51
U.S. REITs were created in 1960 by Congress as a way for all investors to have access to large-scale, [url=http://www.dividend-growth-stocks.com/2010/03/increasing-dividend-yield-part-ii-reits.html][b]income-producing real estate[/b][/url]. To qualify as a REIT, the trust must comply with IRS rules. These rules include: 1) distributing annually as dividends at least 90% of its taxable income, 2) investing at least 75% of its total assets in real estate and 3) deriving at least 75% of gross income from real estate. The 90% distribution requirement along with no corporate income taxes are two reasons REITs yields are often above average. However, it is important to note that because
742 Views    Dividends4Life    2013-04-17 14:14
For 40 consecutive years [url=http://www.dividend-growth-stocks.com/2012/02/leggett-platt-inc-leg-dividend-stock.html][b]Leggett & Platt Inc.[/b][/url] (LEG) has not missed a dividend increase. August 8, the company continued its streak by increasing its quarterly divided 3.6% to $0.29 per share. The dividend is payable Oct. 15, 2012 to shareholders of record on Sept. 14, 2012. The yield based on the new payout is 5.0%. Below are several other companies increasing their cash dividends during the last week: [b]Briggs & Stratton Corporation[/b] (BGG) designs, manufactures, markets, and services air cooled gasoline engines for outdoor power equipment worldwide. August 8, the company increased its quarterly dividend 9% to $0.12 per
963 Views    Dividends4Life    2012-08-13 14:38
Over the past week six income stocks announced plans to reward shareholders with increased dividends. I highlighted the ones that have managed to boost distributions for at least five consecutive years. I tried to further screen each company, using [url=http://www.dividendgrowthinvestor.com/2011/03/my-entry-criteria-for-dividend-stocks.html]my entry criteria[/url]. In addition, a brief commentary behind each company is included. Illinois Tool Works Inc. (ITW) manufactures various industrial products and equipment worldwide. The company raised its quarterly distributions by 5.60% to 38 cents/share. This marked the 49th consecutive annual dividend increase for [url=http://www.dividendgrowthinvestor.com/2011/02/dividend-champions-best-list-for.html]this dividend champion[/url]. Yield: 2.70% ([url=http://www.dividendgrowthinvestor.com/2011/08/illinois-tool-works-itw-dividend-stock.html]analysis[/url]) The company looks attractively valued at the moment, and seems
947 Views    Dividend Growth Investor    2012-08-13 12:58
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908 Views    Dividends4Life    2012-04-18 16:07
William P. Bengen is an author and a certified financial planner. In 1994 he published a study concluding that if retirees withdrew 4% ([url=http://www.dividend-growth-stocks.com/2010/01/dividend-stocks-vs-safe-distribution.html][b]the 4% rule[/b][/url]) of their nest egg in the first year, and then increased the dollar amount by the inflation rate every year, their savings would easily last 30 years. At the time of the initial study, he assumed the portfolio was held in a tax-deferred account and was evenly split between large-company stocks and U.S. Treasury bonds. In a subsequent study he revised the withdrawal rate to 4.5%. The higher rate was supported by adding U.S.
530 Views    Dividends4Life    2012-03-20 14:33
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647 Views    Dividend Monk    2012-02-23 12:45
Have you ever looked at your pay stub, sighed, and wished you didn't have to pay taxes? After the government gets a hold of our paychecks, what's left seems so small compared to the pretax annual salary quoted to us by our employers. The [url=http://www.dividend-growth-stocks.com/2011/04/10-dividend-stocks-for-healthy-and.html][b]good news[/b][/url] is some don't have to pay taxes, and it is legal. Consider this... Way back in the 1960s, the U.S. Congress created Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) as a way to make investing in large-scale, income-producing real estate accessible to all investors. To qualify as a REIT, the trust must comply with IRS rules.
517 Views    Dividends4Life    2012-01-24 16:35

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