In an article I wrote just a few days ago, I addressed the recent "sell-off" related to most all REITs and especially the "bond-like" Triple Net version. It seems that because the Triple Net REITs are closest to bonds in terms of having contractual long-term leases, the stable and less volatile sector was hit the hardest. As I explained:
This is no argument that Triple Net REITs have seen some dizzy highs, and recently some fearful dips. Like most REITs, fortunes have reversed over the last few days as investors got spooked by Mr. Market's mention of anything related to the word "dividend".
Of course, we all know that REITs aren't bonds and presumably that has created somewhat...
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