At a return of over 13%, they should be buying back shares, not incurring a yield obligation by selling shares.
If I was a potential new investor, RAS, at a dividend yield of over 13%, would not be part of my due diligence. Considering the yields of the rest of the reit sector, RAS has a severe problem. Why does management feel they need to lay such a thick layer of frosting on what seems to be an otherwise decent cake? If the business RAS is in has such profitability then the reit arena would be packed with a horde firms rushing in to get on the bandwagon.
I keep reading of a recent sale but no mention of the loss of income due to the sale. Can anyone fill in my knowledge gap please?
There is a twisted psychological relief in this poster from posting anonymously on these message boards. And the excitement level reaches a frothing at the mouth intensity upon using another poster's name. Note the plural of Palm in my name and the singular form in the "ghost's" spelling. Flattery is the greatest compliment.
I have a feeling that the facility had become redundant upon the recent purchase of another firm in Canada.
This is it? This is all you have?
Can't say on the short term but I think the company's recent acquisitions will pay off in the long term.
I think one needs to dig deeper to have a more rounded view of CLMT's prospects. Granted, recent investments are still a drag on the bottom line but for the long haul I think the company is making some good moves.
Better back up the truck. First, sell a kidney, then the children, then the home. 2nd, start buying this bargain as fast as allowed 'cuz it's a sure thing.
bokky, if you are referring to DF and others' speculations on the future of RAS, how could such thoughts be backed by factual evidence? This is a lively and informational board. One of obvious intelligence in some instances. A must read each morning. And greatly improved by the judicious use of the "ignore" feature.
Unlike some who pen here, DF's statements are usually backed with info from the various company reports. Speculation is noted. And he contacts RAS occasionally and relates his findings to all of us on this board. One of about two, Eth being the other.
Another comment; there are an unusual number of thumbs-down designations, lately. I think it's another split personality. There are posters here who resent others' success and criticise as a result. In the message board arena they feel they are able to "win" by having more thumb designations supporting their 2 cents.
As I say, thank goodness for "ignore".
I removed you this morning from ignore. You are back on ignore.
In the past I have taken note of Foulger's comments. Doing so has kept me in this stock for years and fattened the wallet then and fattens it now due to dividends. Something I cannot say about your complaints and falsehoods concerning DF.
KT, I am interested in RAS, not your old and tired Df diatribes. Perhaps, if ever on this board you commit yourself to an insightful expression about RAS, and survive the trauma of same......