Enjoy a 4.9% yield from H&R REIT

Enjoy a 4.9% yield from H&R REIT

Spinoffs tend to work out well as investors generally prefer “pure-play” companies that focus on a single business.

This REIT’s retail property spinoff has enhanced its appeal. In addition, the spinoff has let the REIT raise its monthly dividend payment.

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H&R REIT (Toronto symbol HR.UN; www.hr-reit.com)… Read More

AbbVie diversifies for future growth

We continue to see attractive investment opportunities for our subscribers in top drug stocks—and that includes AbbVie Inc. At the same time, over the years, we’ve found that spinoffs are about as close as you can get to a sure thing in investing. It’s one… Read More

Third Danaher spinoff adds more value

Danaher is a great example of how a company can unlock value for shareholders with spinoffs. Since 2016, the conglomerate has completed two separate spinoffs and recently announced a third.
In fact, the stock has jumped 184% in the past five years, compared to the 44%… Read More