|Bid||7.71 x 800|
|Ask||8.02 x 900|
|Day's Range||7.80 - 8.15|
|52 Week Range||5.80 - 16.05|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.81|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||1.95|
|Earnings Date||Mar 05, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.96 (11.84%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Apr 13, 2020|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
This press release provides shareholders of Cohen & Steers Quality Income Realty Fund, Inc. (NYSE: RQI) (the "Fund") with information regarding the sources of the distribution to be paid on March 31, 2020 and cumulative distributions paid fiscal year-to-date.
The Cohen & Steers Quality Income Realty Price Fund (RQI) is a mouthful to say, but it's worth it, asserts Brett Owens, closed-end fund specialist and editor of Contrarian Income Report.
Cohen & Steers Quality Income Realty Fund, Inc. (NYSE: RQI) (the "Company") commenced its previously announced transferable rights offering, in which the Company will issue transferable rights ("Rights") to the holders of the Company's common stock (par value $0.001 per share) ("Common Stock"), as of today, January 17, 2020 (the "Record Date").
Investors should be seeking out diversification and income-producing assets as they enter a potentially wild 2020 - especially after 2019's monster run. Closed-end funds (CEFs) provide both, reducing the risk of slower or even negative returns if this year proves to look more like 2018 than 2019.While mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) get a lot of attention, CEFs fly well under the radar by comparison. You can learn more about closed-end funds in detail here. But in short: These actively managed funds offer a few advantages, including sometimes trading below the value of the assets they hold (which means investors can buy those assets at a discount), as well as being able to leverage debt to generate extra returns and income from their portfolio picks. The best CEFs, then, are capable of clobbering similarly constructed mutual funds and ETFs.Yes, the very short-term outlook is encouraging. The market's on a heater to enter the year, U.S.-Chinese trade relations are thawing, unemployment remains low, wages continue to grow, and GDP growth, while not as brisk as it once was, remains solidly positive.But sky-high stock valuations, Middle East discord and a looming presidential election cycle are among the potential headwinds standing in the way of a peaceful stroll higher in 2020. So indeed, investors might need some protection this year - and closed-end funds can deliver that.Here are the 11 best CEFs to buy for 2020. This list of elite funds covers an array of assets and investing strategies. Each pick boasts various perks, which may include deep value, high distribution rates and strong track records. SEE ALSO: The 20 Best ETFs to Buy for a Prosperous 2020
The Board of Directors of the Cohen & Steers Quality Income Realty Fund, Inc. (the "Fund") announced today the monthly distribution for February 2020, as summarized in the charts below:
The Board of Directors of the Cohen & Steers Quality Income Realty Fund, Inc. (NYSE: RQI) (the "Fund") has declared a year-end capital gain distribution, as summarized in the chart below. In addition to the regular monthly dividend, this year-end capital gain distribution is being paid to allow the Fund to meet its 2019 distribution requirement for federal excise tax purposes. A substantial portion of the total distribution will be taxable to shareholders in 2019.
The Board of Directors of the Cohen & Steers Quality Income Realty Fund, Inc. (the "Fund") announced today the monthly distribution for January 2020, as summarized in the charts below:
NEW YORK , Sept. 26, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The Boards of Directors of the below Cohen & Steers Closed-End Funds announced today the monthly distributions for October, November and December 2019 , as summarized ...
If you ask most financial advisers how to retire on a half-million dollars, they'll likely say it can't be done.Many financial advisers point to the "4% rule" (also the "Bengen rule") for tax-advantaged accounts such as 401(k)s and IRAs. The 4% rule says you can draw up to 4% of your nest egg's value in your first year of retirement, then add inflation to the prior year's total and withdraw that each subsequent year, for 30 years, without worrying your money will run out. William Bengen, who first proposed the rule in 1994, later updated that figure to 4.5%.The median personal income in the U.S. is $33,706 per year, as of 2018 data. Not including Social Security, you'd need about $750,000 in your retirement account(s) to hit that number, if you followed this rule. Depending on where you live, as well as the lifestyle you want to maintain, you'd probably need to start with more. That's why many advisers point even higher, stating figures between $1 million to $1.5 million as ideal retirement targets.Brent Weiss, head of planning at Facet Wealth in Baltimore, reminds us there is no one-size-fits-all retirement solution. "In retirement, we face a unique set of risks and many are unknowns," he says. "From inflation to healthcare costs to longevity, we need to have a plan for them today." Among those issues is that not every family has as much saved as they need. That's OK. If you're wondering how to retire on less than what the traditional wisdom says you need, you have a few options.These seven high-yield investments may allow you to retire well on a nest egg as small as $500,000. One other aspect of the 4% rule is that any dividends or bond interest you receive diminishes the amount you need to withdraw for your annual income. These seven investments should provide more across dividends and distributions* alone than the U.S. median personal income. SEE ALSO: 25 Stocks Every Retiree Should Own
NEW YORK , June 11, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The Boards of Directors of the Cohen & Steers Closed-End Funds announced today the monthly distributions for July, August and September 2019 , as summarized in ...