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49 Top U.S. REITs By Gains And Yield For June



  • Global Net Lease Inc. showed top-broker estimated net gains of 13.19%, including a 9.59% yield out of 49 U.S. Real Estate Investment Trusts surveyed from YCharts June 9.
  • Top 10 net gainers - STWD, EARN, KREF, PLYM, SVC, NLY, DX, AFIN, RC, and GNL - ranged 15.0-21.78% 6/9/20. The top 49 US REITs by yield represented all 9 REIT industries.
  • 49 top US REITs by yield ranged 7.05-35.52%. Top ten - SVC, ORC, NLY, ARI, CHMI, RWT, CIM, RC, TRTX, and IVR - averaged 17.8% yield (That 35.5% yielder pays 10% in cash).
  • 41 top US REITs by broker estimated one-year upsides ranged -49.67% to 144.37%. Top ten - CHMI, KREF, PLYM, AFIN, GNL, LADR, CXW, GEO, ORC, and RVI - averaged 37.3% upside.
  • $5k invested in the lowest-priced five June top-yield US Real Estate Investment Trusts showed 28.7% LESS net gain than that from $5k invested in all ten. Bigger, higher-priced REITs solidly led the pack on June 9.
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Any collection of dividend stocks is more clearly understood when subjected to yield-based (dog catcher) analysis, these US exchange sourced real estate investment trust stocks are perfect for the dogcatcher process. Here is the June 9 data for 49 top dividend-paying net gain stocks as documented by YCharts.

The Ides of March plunge in the stock market took its toll on US REITs. Only one top ten US REIT by yield from March was back in the top ten for April. However, the drop in prices in all 50 US REITs (listed by yield) did make the possibility of owning productive dividend shares from this collection more affordable for first-time investors. The rapid recovery in market prices has partially closed that window of a first-time buying opportunity.

As of June 9, this record showed all 49 top-yield REITs still live-up to the dogcatcher ideal of producing enough annual dividend from $1,000 invested to buy 1 or more shares of their stock.

To learn which of these 49 are 'safer' dividend dogs, click here in the next few days and read The Dividend Dogcatcher marketplace follow-up 'safer' REIT dividend stock summary.

Actionable Conclusions (1-10): Analysts Estimated 15.04% To 21.78% Net Gains By Top Ten US REITs Come June 2021

Three of ten top dividend-yielding US Real Estate Investment Trust stocks found their way into the top ten gainers for the coming year based on analyst one-year target prices. (They are tinted gray in the chart below). Thus, our yield-based forecast for REIT stocks was certified 30% accurate by broker target forecasts.

Projections of estimated dividend returns from $1,000 invested in each of the highest yielding stocks and their aggregate one-year analyst median target prices, as reported by YCharts, created the 2020-21 data points. Note: one-year target prices from single analysts were not applied (n/a). Ten probable profit-generating

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