NNN News and Headlines - National Retail Properties Inc
The stock of National Retail Properties (NYSE:NNN, 30-year Financials) gives every indication of being fairly valued, according to GuruFocus Value calculation. GuruFocus Value is GuruFocus' estimate of the fair value at which the stock should be traded. It is calculated based on the historical multiples that the stock has traded at, the past business growth and analyst estimates of future business performance. If the price of a stock is significantly above the GF Value Line, it is overvalued and its future return is likely to be poor. On the other hand, if it is significantly below the GF
The S&P 500 yields 1.4% currently, making it difficult for investors living off dividends to see much in the way of income from the market as a whole.
One sector that often has high yields, primarily due to laws governing their operation, are real estate investment trusts. As such, we will look at two REITs that are paying a considerably high dividend yield compared to the market index.
National Retail Properties
National Retail Properties Inc. (NNN) owns approximately 3,000 single-tenant properties in the U.S. The trust focuses on smaller retail tenants as these customers are less likely to change locations
The stock of National Retail Properties (NYSE:NNN, 30-year Financials) is believed to be fairly valued, according to GuruFocus Value calculation. GuruFocus Value is GuruFocus' estimate of the fair value at which the stock should be traded. It is calculated based on the historical multiples that the stock has traded at, the past business growth and analyst estimates of future business performance. If the price of a stock is significantly above the GF Value Line, it is overvalued and its future return is likely to be poor. On the other hand, if it is significantly below the GF Value
EVP & CFO of National Retail Properties Inc (30-Year Financial, Insider Trades) Kevin B Habicht (insider trades) sold 22,126 shares of NNN on 03/30/2021 at an average price of $44.29 a share. The total sale was $979,961.
National Retail Properties Inc is a real estate investment trust that invests in and develops properties throughout the United States. Most of the company's properties are located in the Midwest, South, and Southeast of the United States. National Retail Properties Inc has a market cap of $7.74 billion; its shares were traded at around $44.070000 with a P/E ratio of
National Retail Properties Inc. (NNN) was the subject of one of my very first articles here on GuruFocus. At that time, I said I liked the real estate investment trust's diversified tenant portfolio and dividend growth streak, but not the stock's valuation. Shares are down about 28% since that article was published.
Like many other REITs, the Covid-19 pandemic has weighted on results. The trust still enjoys an extremely high occupancy rate and the dividend remains intact, but National Retail's valuation trades much closer to its historical average and below its GF Value. This makes the stock a much
Value investors may want to consider these three stocks for the following reasons:
- These stocks seem cheap, as their earnings are trading for a price-earning ratio of 20 or less.
- They boast a consistent history of earnings and sales generation. The top and bottom lines have grown over the past five years and no net losses were reported.
- They have received positive recommendation ratings from sell-side analysts on Wall Street.
National Retail Properties Inc
The first stock to have a look at is National Retail Properties Inc (NNN).
The Orlando, Florida-based real estate investment trust saw its trailing
When the Federal Reserve began raising the federal funds rate in 2015, conventual wisdom was that real estate investment trusts, or REITs, would suffer.
The thought was rising interest rates would hit REITs in three different ways. First, REITs have to distribute at least 90% of their taxable income in the form of dividends. This doesn’t leave much leftover to purchase new properties to grow the business. REITs often have to issue more shares, thus diluting funds from operations, or tap debt markets, and load up the balance sheet, in order to grow. Neither choice is very appealing.
There are several real estate investment trusts (REIT) that seem to be punished excessively lately. A few have caught my eye.
There is a risk that retail is going down the drain, which would result in bankruptcies and vacancies for landlords. Depending on your beliefs, real estate investment trusts are either bargains today or they are value traps that are destined for mediocrity.
Rather than fall for broad generalization, I decided to look at top tenants for each REIT I analyzed in this article in order to determine the degree to which the business is subject to
Published Feb. 25, 2017 by Bob Ciura
Since the end of the Great Recession, real estate investment trusts have been one of the hottest asset classes in the entire market.
Take National Retail Properties (NNN) as a perfect example.
Since bottoming out at $13 in October 2008, the stock has steadily rallied to its Feb. 23 closing price of $45.37 per share.
Not only have share prices risen across the REIT space, but they have also rewarded investors with high dividend yields.
NNN has a 4% dividend yield. And, itis a Dividend Achiever, a group of 272 stocks with 10+
With the stock market hitting record highs day after day, many value-focused investors are understandably nervous about investing new money at this time.
Fortunately, there are still a few industries where high-yield dividend investors can turn for generous, secure and growing dividends.
One of these is Real Estate Investment Trusts, or REITs,Â the easiest way for dividend investors to gain exposure to real estate. Many REITs have sold off in recent months as rising interest rates have made them relatively less appealing investments.
W.P. Carey (WPC) converted to REIT status in 2012 and has seen its stock price decline
John Burbank (Trades, Portfolio) is the chief investment officer of Passport Capital LLC, the global investment firm he founded in 2000. He manages a portfolio composed of 98 stocks with total value of $6.101 billion. During the first quarter, the guru increased several stakes, and the following are the ones with the best performances since those buys.
Johnson & JohnsonÂ (JNJ)
The investor increased his shares in Johnson & Johnson by 2,203.04% in the first quarter and now holds 1,583,456 shares. Since then the price of the stock has risen by 19%.
The company has a
Fewer than 100 of the more than 10,000 publicly traded companies have increased annual dividends for at least 26 consecutive years. National Retail Properties (NNN) is one of them.
Perhaps more impressively, National Retail’s average annual total return for the past 25 years has been 14.8%, significantly outpacing the market to provide meaningful value for shareholders.
The company is conservatively managed and generates a stream of highly predictable operating income, making it an appropriate income investment for our Conservative Retirees'Â dividend portfolios.
National Retail was formed in 1984 and is a real estate investment trust (REIT) with
National Retail Properties (NNN) is a retail REIT with a market cap of $5 billion.
The company has delivered investors compound total returns of 15.9% a year over the last 25 years. For comparison, the S&P 500 delivered total returns of 9.6% a year over the same period.
The last 25 years have been excellent for National Retail Properties shareholders. The company has also paid increasing dividends for the last 25 years – a claim very few other businesses can match.
National Retail Properties management is excellent. I strongly recommendreading the company’s most recent annual report. CEO Craig Macnab
In an era of rising inflation, unfavorable market conditions, expensive stocks, high volatility in the stock market and reduced value for investments, stocks that yield good dividends are indeed a blessing. Income investors have their eyes only on dividend stocks, as they guarantee reasonable returns on their investment. With the market conditions so unpredictable, investors are lapping up on stocks that have even close to 1 or 2% dividend yields. Are you an investor who is looking to invest in some good stocks that offer more than 4% dividend yield? Sounds incredible? Read on to see some of the top
American Realty Capital Properties (ARCP) make some announcements today that I feared might be coming. The board of directors is suspending the dividend pending the release of its third quarter and year-end results and will reinstate it after doing a thorough review.
Shares are down today by about 3% on the news implying that the cut was already mostly priced in.
In 5 Monthly Dividend Stocks for 2015, I acknowledged the risk that ARCP would reduce its dividend by 5%-10%. Given the company’s desire to reduce debt and its statement that it would pay a dividend “in line
On December 11, 2003, I purchased my first dividend stock. Granted my motives were not pure, nor did I have a clue as to what I was doing. Prior to that I had always been an aggressive growth investor. During my investing years, I have learned many things. However, I would rank these 5 lessons as the most important:
1. Success can sometimes be dangerous
In the late 1990s into early 2000, I was pouring a significant amount of money into tech stocks. At that time most anyone one could make money in the stock market. The formula was
Over the course of his hockey career, Wayne Gretzky repeated several variations of a truly fantastic quote: “I skate where the puck is going to be, not where it has been.”
Gretzky attributed the quote to his father, and he credits the advice with making him the hockey legend we remember today.
Not all of us can have Gretzky’s instincts or athletic prowess, of course. But the same insights apply to the more mundane world of dividend investing. In you want to fund your retirement with a steady stream of dividends that will keep pace with inflation, you have to
Investing in dividend growth stocks is a long-term proposition. One of the beauties of following a dividend growth strategy is that you don't have to watch your portfolio or the market on a daily basis. For the most part, daily, monthly and yearly movements are just noise in the system.
My normal practice is to refresh my analytical spreadsheets each Friday with updated price information on the 230+ stocks that I follow. Even then, I don't normally look at the value of my portfolio or the performance of individual stocks.
However, each quarter I update my income portfolio's performance
Have you ever noticed those that most vehemently attack a buy-and-hold strategy really don’t understand how the strategy works? They confuse a buy-and-hold strategy with day-trading with a longer duration. A true implementation of buy-and-hold includes a focus on blue-chip stocks with a sustainable advantage, along with a reasonable asset allocation framework.
One sign of a blue-chip stock is a long string of dividend increases. Below are several companies that have recently raised the bar by increasing their cash dividends:
The J. M. Smucker Company (SJM) manufactures and markets branded food products worldwide. The company operates through three
Linked here is a detailed quantitative analysis of Realty Income Corp. (O). Below are some highlights from the above linked analysis:
Company Description: Realty Income Corporation is an equity real estate investment trust that owns commercial retail real estate properties in the United States.
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
3. Avg. P/E Price
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