Ryan Griffin

Government Properties - Low-Risk, Price Target +25% Plus 6.7% Yield

Government Properties Income Trust (NYSE:GOV)

In contrast to my previous two cautious articles about two companies with unsustainable dividends and unappreciated downside risks I want to shift gears and talk about a low risk, attractive return, high dividend yield with compelling potential that won't keep you up at night. If you're looking for a stock that will triple then stop right now, but if you have a place in your portfolio for a low risk 10-15%+ return per year for many years to come then perhaps you will find this interesting.

GOV: A Low-Risk Stock to Provide Reliable and Low-Risk Safe Dividends for the Long Run

GOV was originally brought to my attention by a friend back in...

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