See excellent article by Brad Thomas today in Seeking Alpha. From the article: "HASI increased its dividend by double digits every year, and now we can see a trend in which the company has boosted its dividend. I like patterns... it makes me think of the words "sustainable yield". "
Not a large purchase.... will wait a number of years as I have a long time horizon. It paid off with my GILD purchase around 2002.
Still a good company, but you cannot fight the tape. I have bailed from GLW at a decent profit. I will return, as you suggest Merv, at $15.
This is a standard part of HTA's business plan... will result in a larger firm after they use the money to buy more properties. The dividend will then be raised. Rinse and repeat. Much ado about nothing.
I am hoping for something near to 19 also as a place to add, but HASI is showing strength in the face of headwinds.
Oh, and I am long HASI also. I have been in for about two years and have DRIPed in the dividends.
With an apparent BREXIT panic beginning PEGI is way down pre-market. How many projects do they have in Europe? Zero from what I can see. Keep your powder dry and look for a point to add during the rush to sell. Just a thought.