Last I saw was .69 per share FFO per quarter and with a .655 per quarter dividend (recently raised by .005) it appears safe. I expect another "change of accounting" announcement soon, but that doesn't affect actual cash, just the accounting of it. For example, figure .17 per quarter for "return of capital" (non-taxed for you, but lower your per share basis); this amount could likely change. As for growth, it is not happening by retained earnings but by borrowing for acquisitions and new construction. This is a steady company with a long lease life. Look for entry to buy around 15% off its record high and you should be fine.