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A Few Wicked-Cheap REITs

Mar. 02, 2021 7:00 AM ETCIO, PLYM, SLG105 Comments


  • I can’t say the REITs in this article are danger-free. There are reasons why they’re so inexpensive.
  • It’s just I don’t think those reasons warrant the very low valuations.
  • So peruse the following menu at your leisure and tell me what you like.
  • This idea was discussed in more depth with members of my private investing community, iREIT on Alpha. Get started today »

There are just some meals that are perfect for cold, wintry days.

They’re hot. They’re comforting. And, let’s face it, they’re filling in more ways than one. They satisfy our appetites and add a little more padding to our bodies to make it through the long, cold days.

That’s why, when you Google “best winter meals to make” or some such variation, you’re bound to get hundreds of thousands of hits. For instance, a link I ended up clicking on out of curiosity was from Taste of Home.

Admittedly, that might have been foolish considering how many meals I now want to make, like:

  • Turkey biscuit stew (which looks very much like pot pie)
  • Ravioli lasagna
  • Bavarian apple-sausage hash
  • Contest-winning Bavarian meatball hoagies (toasted in the oven, incidentally)
  • Blue cheese-crusted sirloin steak (I’m not sure how that’s a winter-specific meal, but sign me up anyway)
  • Skillet mac & cheese…

The list goes on from there considering how it’s titled “100 Easy Dinners to Try This Winter.” Don’t check it out unless you plan on making a very long grocery list afterward.

You’ve been warned.

With that said, out of the dozens and dozens and dozens of delicious recipes included, the ones that really stand out for winter-specific occasions are the soups. Of which there are seven mentioned:

  • Slow-cooker split pea
  • Potato
  • Chunky creamy chicken
  • Bacon cheeseburger
  • The ultimate chicken noodle
  • Satisfying tomato
  • Cheesy ham and corn chowder

It’s something somewhat similar to that last one that got me thinking about “wicked-cheap REITs.”


New England Clam Chowder vs. Manhattan?

Technically, I had this article idea for a week now. So it wasn’t that particular site or recipe that made me think of wicked-cheap real estate investment trusts (REITs).

Instead, I was sitting down to a perfect bowl of New

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Brad Thomas is the CEO of Wide Moat Research ("WMR"), a subscription-based publisher of financial information, serving over 100,000 investors around the world. WMR has a team of experienced multi-disciplined analysts covering all dividend categories, including REITs, MLPs, BDCs, and traditional C-Corps.

The WMR brands include: (1) iREIT on Alpha (Seeking Alpha), and (2) The Dividend Kings (Seeking Alpha), and (3) Wide Moat Research. He is also the editor of The Forbes Real Estate Investor

Thomas has also been featured in Barron's, Forbes Magazine, Kiplinger’s, US News & World Report, Money, NPR, Institutional Investor, GlobeStreet, CNN, Newsmax, and Fox. 

He is the #1 contributing analyst on Seeking Alpha in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022 (based on page views) and has over 108,000 followers (on Seeking Alpha). Thomas is also the author of The Intelligent REIT Investor Guide (Wiley) and is writing a new book, REITs For Dummies. 

Thomas received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business/Economics from Presbyterian College and he is married with 5 wonderful kids. He has over 30 years of real estate investing experience and is one of the most prolific writers on Seeking Alpha. To learn more about Brad visit HERE.

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