Revenue’s up 30.4% at Allied Properties REIT

Revenue’s up 30.4% at Allied Properties REIT

Today’s extreme market volatility as a result of COVID-19 has created massive disruptions. However, after markets fall, they always recover. And our goal at The Successful Investor is to ensure that our readers are well-positioned with their investments when that happens. You’ll benefit most from… Read More

Q: Hi, Pat. I really enjoy your Inner Circle emails. I was hoping to get your opinion on NorthWest Health Properties REIT (NWH-UN). Thanks!

A: NorthWest Healthcare Properties REIT, $9.73, symbol NWH.UN on Toronto (Units outstanding: 160.1 million; Market cap: $1.7 billion; www.nwhreit.com), owns and operates a portfolio of medical office buildings (50%) as well as hospital and healthcare facilities (50%). The REIT’s units began trading in March 2010… Read More

Q: Hi, Pat. Thank you for your wealth of investment knowledge over the years it has helped my family build a good financial foundation for the present and future. Please, tell us more about Real Matters Inc. (REAL) on Toronto. Look forward to your reply. Thanks.

A: Real Matters Inc., $11.85, symbol REAL on Toronto (Shares outstanding: 84.9 million; Market cap: $957.7 million; www.realmatters.com), provides technology and network management solutions to the mortgage lending and insurance industries in Canada and the U.S. The company is based in Markham, Ontario. Its clients… Read More

Q: Pat, may I have your thoughts on Dream Industrial REIT? This warehouse REIT appears to be a great way to gain exposure to the online shopping phenomenon.

A: Dream Industrial REIT, $7.98, symbol DIR.UN on Toronto (Units outstanding: 152.2 million; Market cap: $1.2 billion; www.dreamindustrialreit.ca), offers investors a  portfolio of industrial properties in North America and Europe.

The REIT, originally named Dundee Industrial REIT, first sold units to the public and began trading… Read More

Q: Pat, may I have your view of the ALPS Sector Dividend Dogs ETF? If one were considering a “Dogs of the Dow” approach, would this be an alternative? Thanks.

A: The ALPS Sector Dividend Dogs ETF, $31.17, symbol SDOG on New York (Units outstanding: 34.5 million; Market cap: $1.1 billion; www.alpssectordividenddogs.com), is an ETF that applies the “Dogs of the Dow” theory on a sector-by-sector basis using the stocks in the S&P 500. The… Read More