Look at MPW also in the health care niche. Nice dividend. Another one is an egg company (not a REIT) that pays a good dividend:
Cal-Maine Foods, Inc. (CALM) -Nasdaq 46.85 Up 0.34(0.73%) 12:28PM EST
CALM is a 2.27B egg company with $397,720,000 cash with a 3500%, 19 year growth rate history not including their nice dividend. CALM produces those cage free eggs.
Easy Cheese Omelette
2 tablespoon Clarified Butter
3 to 4 large eggs
4 tablespoons finely grated Gruyere, Parmesan, or Fontina cheese
Salt and freshly ground black pepper
Whip up the eggs, roll in the butter (2 tablespoons if regular butter)
Stir in the cheese. Most people have at least one of the 3 cheeses in their house.
Salt and pepper to taste.
Fry in 1/2 teaspoon butter.
2 to 4 servings.
Remember, the protein in the egg whites is the near perfect food for the heart.
Stock has already backed off from its highs.
Likely to be the end of Obamacare when Cruze or Rubio take over the White House.
If Trump or Hillary wins, Obamacare stays.
Sanders not likely to be a factor.
These REITs are normally valued at 1.5x book and there is nothing in total about FSP that makes it worth less than that. On takeover there would be a premium to 1.5x. Right now FSP is only 1.1x book. On takeover that translates to a minimum of $12.83 takeover without any premium to the 1.5x. Thus, you are right. I'd say somewhere in between, perhaps $14.55 per share or 1.7x book. Even that is a bargain. As to Texas, that situation won't last long and the properties are fully occupied. Houston and Dallas have diversified their business mix and I don't see any problem with Denver at all.
Insiders usually know more than we do and they have been buying significant interests.
Even private equity could take this one and flip it.
And paying 3.28% dividend!
This stock is massively under priced based on fundamentals.
With the solidfire acquisition synergies and revenue growth ..... astonishingly under valued.
Toyota manufactures 14,000 vehicles per day in Japan.
They will run out of steel in about 8 days.
Physicians will always take the safest route and Gilead meets that criteria.
Gilead will price its treatment equal to its competitors.
The safest drug is the one that has the most proven history and that is Gilead's.
True. They could announce a buyback.
And longs could sell covered calls if they wanted to.
Last trade, May 52.50 strike price calls going for $250 per contract (100 shares). The stock would have to rise to $52.50 before assigned for a total of 5250 minus the current 100 shares price + 250.
Look at the estimates tab. Both quarterly and annual estimates rising for 90 days.
Makes sense given the new theme park opening in mainland China + movie franchises with Star Wars just now opening in China. Star Wars' Ticket Sales Cross $100 Million at China Box Office today.
Rates no longer have any impact on the stock market or economic growth.
The way to get the economy moving again is a fiscal stimulus package to repair roads, bridges, airports, national grid and other infrastructure beneficial to the nation and business. When doing that, the rule should be included that stipulates citizen employees only on these contracts.
Netloss did say "lightening up".
Buyout not going to happen.
Buyout would be the worst thing that could happen to long term shareholders of this gemstone considering its near 4000% stock price appreciation since listing 19 years ago .... not including dividends.
CALM also has super call premiums.
You forgot the other side of the equation.
1. Corn prices continue plummeting to below lows of the decade.
2. Soy prices continue to plummet to below lows of the decade.
3. Energy prices continue to plummet (heating, fans, incubation, chick brooding, transportation, egg processing machinery, cooling /freezing, etc)
These lower costs are starting to kick in to commodities futures at rates I've not seen.
These lower costs will /should reduce the cost of goods sold for the entire year unabated.
Cash & equv. up to: $420,331,000 from $355,853,000
Receivables dwn to: $157,836,000 from $184,925,000
A/C Payable down to $121,961,000 from $241,659,000
Shareholder equ. up $875,147,000 from $799,477,000
Long term debt also dropped but it is tiny anyway.
Overall balance sheet looks excellent coming out of 2nd quarter vs 1st.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Analysts always seem to provide unrealistic estimates resulting in consecutive missed estimates.
This is likely the reason CALM is down.
A surprise for CALM would be if they meet estimates.
Short interest on this stock has been high for many, many years. I guess it is their hedge nest egg.
Regardless of the extremely high short interest for many years, CALM stock has actually outperformed over 90% of the stock market for the past 10 years. Compare it to your favorite stocks using a 10 year chart.
I like the stock at this price at this time. Great dividend and superior call premiums combined with its stock price appreciation long term, makes it among my favorites.
It is most certainly unique and simple to understand.
The product, eggs, is one of very few protein sources that provides all "essential amino acids" (proteins) needed for humans.
When a hedge fund raids the cash pile of a tech company as it did Apple by pressuring the company to go into debt to pay dividends when it should be using that money for R&D, run for the exits immediately. Now it's too late, better to hope for a recovery.
The problems are institutional investors who know ZERO about how to grow a tech company combined with corporate board & executives who are niave about such agenda. The large investors take the dividends and/or force a company into debt ...........and run to the exits. Institutions sold 117,972,000 shares of AAPL this quarter alone.