you are a very sad guy. I apologize to board readers for encouraging your irrational drivel.
But this is end
so what is your point. That those that don't say it are saying that past performance IS a reliable indicator?
Report them to the SEC.
ESCONDIDO, Calif., Nov. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Realty Income Corporation (Realty Income), The Monthly Dividend Company®, (NYSE:O), today announced that its Board of Directors has declared the 521st consecutive common stock monthly dividend. The dividend amount of $0.1818542 per share, representing an annualized amount of approximately $2.182 per share, is payable on December 16, 2013 to shareholders of record as of December 2, 2013.
a rational poster can't be someone who says they are a CPA and posts that NNN will have to cut the dividend on the preferred to pay the common. can't be someone who says O is in violation of SEC for saying they paid dividends for 43 years. Or says you need multiple complicated tax forms if you own O.
Lou. Our New Year's resolution (one month early) is to only respond to rational posters. Can we do it? I am starting now. But I will need you in my support group.
I think 'out of favor' makes more sense. So is everyone jumping into the market to make sure they are not 'left out'. ? It makes the preferreds we are accumulating look like the place to be now.
As for price, that is an interesting topic. And we all have our views. The company still has its conservative following. Is this just 'tax selling' who knows. My feeling is that the fundamentals of the company are unchanged. each drop to a new yield level will attract buyers who are happy with that return. So at $35 you get 6%, at 31- 7%. At that price you may even be a buyer. If you like to draw lines on a chart, then $38 looks ok as a fair price.
I know I just waste my time responding. The board can be informative when people have different views. It should not be a 'cheerleader' site. For that you can just read the companies releases. But sadly every board seems to have a Donk or similar. Just poor buffoons. But as you say O is a dull stock so there is an entertainment value.
If you hate shameless stock pumping then don't you also hate shameless stock dumpers like yourself. Like people who say that O is going bankrupt. Or you need a K-1 from O to do your estimated taxes.(my post was just making fun of you). Or O is in violation of SEC rules about inaccurate info about number of months of dividends. Or NNN will have to cut its dividend on preferred to pay common. Or shareholders of O will have to use many complicated forms to file taxes. Or O CEO forced to resign. I just stick to the facts. O is a conservative company. Pays a steady dividend. If you are happy getting 5% then it is right for you. It raises div. every year. It has never lowered or missed a payment. The price has risen steadily thru the years except for this years unusual price rise. Everyone who bought prior to this year is ahead in price.If you had to stick to facts you wouldn't have anything to post. If you think it is overpriced that is OK. Many agree. But no one agrees that company will be bankrupt. And really even you don't believe that!!
Paul, Now that he says he is a CPA, that gives us some hint. 99% of his posts are on this board So it is just this company, not REITs that he is against. MY guess he was probably fired for incompetence after one of O's acquisitions years ago. Now he has dedicated his life to making hundreds(thousands??) of the same wild posts predicting O's armegedon.
donkegn • Nov 22, 2013 4:38 PM
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When buying a stock, you buy the future
So David, looking at the past does not tell you where Zero is going in the future