- There is no premium for the change of control as you would see in most bond issues.
- This preferred is unrated, but would most likely be lower rated than most of the peer group.
- Investors will notice that the CorEnergy’s preferred stock has a lower yield than its common stock.
- CorEnergy primarily owns midstream and downstream U.S. energy infrastructure assets subject to long-term triple net participating leases with energy companies.
- Formerly a business development company, CorEnergy restructured a little more than a year ago to become an energy infrastructure-focused REIT.
- CorEnergy's business is not as heavily regulated as utilities; the risk is greater but so is the return.
- From a historic earnings perspective, CoreEnergy appears to be an attractive REIT based on valuation risk.
CorEnergy Is Substantially Undervalued With Upside Of 75% And An 8.5% Yield
- CorEnergy is mispriced on a variety of misconceptions and temporary issues.
- CORR is fundamentally worth about $11.00 per share.
- 75% upside and an 8.5% dividend while we wait.
CorEnergy Infrastructure Trust: The Energy REIT You've Always Wanted
- Are there any safe ways to invest in energy?
- Looking at the drop in oil prices as buying opportunities in the energy sector.
- Finding low risk yield with CorEnergy Infrastructure Trust.
An Accretive Acquisition Makes CorEnergy A Near-Term Buy Opportunity
CorEnergy: An Undervalued Play On Energy Infrastructure
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