CRT - Cross Timbers Royalty Trust

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
12.10
+0.06 (+0.50%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT
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Previous Close12.04
Open12.02
Bid12.10 x 3000
Ask12.11 x 1000
Day's Range11.80 - 12.26
52 Week Range10.60 - 15.97
Volume9,969
Avg. Volume17,882
Market Cap72.6M
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.09
PE Ratio (TTM)9.54
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.25 (10.38%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-05-30
1y Target EstN/A
  • Royalty Trusts: 10 Little-Known High-Yield Energy Plays
    Kiplinger9 months ago

    Royalty Trusts: 10 Little-Known High-Yield Energy Plays

    Royalty trusts can be great holdings for investors who want income that rises in sync with commodity prices. These trusts hold interests in oil, gas or mineral production and collect more income when energy prices rise, resulting in bigger distributions (similar to dividends) and high yields for their investors. So far in 2018, royalty trust investors have benefited from a 12% improvement in sale prices for benchmark West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil, which was recently trading at $67 a barrel. Prices are now up nearly 150% from their low of about $27 per barrel two years ago. Royalty trusts typically offer high yields, frequently better than 7%. And many of these trusts have increased their distributions multiple times this year thanks to higher energy prices. The principal drawback: Distributions decline over time because the trust's energy reserves deplete; royalty income from oil and gas sales gradually drops to zero. Royalty trusts are required to disclose and annually update estimates of their remaining reserve life - though conservative estimates mean many trusts live on well past their expected termination date. Royalty trust distributions also can move along with energy prices, which means they don't just rise - they can drop, too. And that tax advantage comes with more complex tax reporting; investors sometimes must pay income taxes to multiple states if the trust's assets are spread over several jurisdictions. Still, royalty trusts' high-income potential should earn them a spot in most portfolios. These 10 royalty trusts in particular offer high yields that fly far under Wall Street's radar. SEE ALSO: 53 Best Dividend Stocks for 2018 and Beyond

  • Cross Timbers Royalty Trust (NYSE:CRT): Dividend Is Coming In 2 Days, Should You Buy?
    Simply Wall St.11 months ago

    Cross Timbers Royalty Trust (NYSE:CRT): Dividend Is Coming In 2 Days, Should You Buy?

    On the 16 July 2018, Cross Timbers Royalty Trust (NYSE:CRT) will be paying shareholders an upcoming dividend amount of US$0.12 per share. However, investors must have bought the company’s stockRead More...

  • Does Cross Timbers Royalty Trust’s (NYSE:CRT) PE Ratio Signal A Buying Opportunity?
    Simply Wall St.11 months ago

    Does Cross Timbers Royalty Trust’s (NYSE:CRT) PE Ratio Signal A Buying Opportunity?

    Cross Timbers Royalty Trust (NYSE:CRT) trades with a trailing P/E of 12.4x, which is lower than the industry average of 13.8x. While CRT might seem like an attractive stock toRead More...

  • Cross Timbers Royalty Trust (NYSE:CRT): Ex-Dividend Is In 3 Days, Should You Buy?
    Simply Wall St.last year

    Cross Timbers Royalty Trust (NYSE:CRT): Ex-Dividend Is In 3 Days, Should You Buy?

    Important news for shareholders and potential investors in Cross Timbers Royalty Trust (NYSE:CRT): The dividend payment of $0.11 per share will be distributed into shareholder on 14 June 2018, andRead More...