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Msg  12817 of 13777  at  1/16/2020 10:55:01 AM  by

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The following message was updated on 1/16/2020 10:56:19 AM.

 In response to msg 12816 by  jrad51
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Re: Our top picks by sector for 2020- put GTY on watch list

Goof to know about the environmental risk exposure. Wonder if they also have some type of liability insurance to help reduce risk exposure. The positive is w/ real estate over 20 years purchased (carried at cost not market), they have some hidden gains in their portfolio.

My strategy is to sell some of my riskier REITs (NRZ is one) and move proceeds into 4% - 6% yielders that have a growth kicker. The hidden value in that real estate is a bonus. What about the conversion of some of those stations into EV charging stations?

Trying to expand my basket of REITs to get exposure to different sectors so not too concerned about yield but rather looking at potential growth kickers (implies rising dividends). Also, total position small but glad to know about this environmental risk issue.

EKS


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