Brad Thomas
Dividend growth investing, REITs, newsletter provider, value

Should I, Would I, Or Could I Buy This Sale/Leaseback Pioneer?

Back in July (2013) I wrote an article on W.P. Carey (NYSE:WPC) and as I explained then I felt like the share price was getting "close to the top of the roller-coaster" and I was "feeling uneasy that the growth could continue." I went on to say:

The valuation has reached a point where there is not much of a buffer to protect against market fluctuations.

Since that article (over four months ago), Carey shares have fallen by around 10.9% while the dividend yield has increased around 15% or from 4.81% to 5.48%.

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Last Friday Carey filed a Proxy stating that the stockholders of Corporate Property Associates 16 (CPA16) are to hold a meeting on...

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