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Should You Buy Omega Healthcare Investors Stock On Its Dividend Payment Date?

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Stefan Redlich


  • Omega offers a very attractive risk/return income play boasting a high yield, a stellar dividend track record in a sector with great long-term demand and growth prospects.
  • Omega has mastered the pandemic in great fashion.
  • A historical analysis shows why it is a good idea to immediately reinvest dividends back into Omega.

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Omega Healthcare Investors (NYSE:NYSE:OHI), a quality triple-net equity REIT, is paying out its juicy dividend to investors on May 16. Omega has mastered the pandemic in great fashion proving that its seismic stock price

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Stefan Redlich profile picture
I am working as a Business Analyst and Data Engineer in Germany and have started to build up a portfolio focused on Dividend Growth, both on the high and low-end yield spectrum. Primary focus is on Blue Chips with long-reaching dividend track records. I have been investing for 2 years and have been standing on the sidelines for way too long before. I love developing spreadsheets in Google and Excel to analyze financial performance and integrate these two sources with each other!Happy to connect on the various channels!

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Comments (18)

@Stefan Redlich - where did you find the payment date ? or is that your estimate ?

this official link doesn't show next ex-dividend date or other details about next dividend.

ALLDAY1 profile picture
Can't speak for @Stefan Redlich
5-Feb-2021 8-Feb-2021 16-Feb-2021
30-Oct-2020 2-Nov-2020 16-Nov-2020
30-Jul-2020 31-Jul-2020 14-Aug-2020
29-Apr-2020 30-Apr-2020 15-May-2020
However history provides estimate


@ALLDAY1 yes, i had already seen historical dates.
but @StefanRedlich mentioned -->

"Omega Healthcare Investors (NYSE:OHI), a quality triple-net equity REIT, is paying out its juicy dividend to investors on May 16."

so was wondering where did get this conformation from
will they stop dividend in the future ?
Stefan of Germany,
Thanks for the OHI article. I made 25% gain after 2 yrs with 7.8% divys and sold entire OHI position 1.5 to 2 yrs ago at current prices, as OHI operator issues were too, too exhausting. However, I did keep SBRA position in my tax deferred account. Will reconsider partial position in OHI, but currently prefer PFE or ABBV in medical space. Long MPW, DOC, MDT and SBRA in healthcare.
Thanks from Baja Oklahoma.
Dividend Digging Armadillo
ALLDAY1 profile picture
Bought 334 shares, believe the value is there and just as soon have the money there as opposed to sitting around doing nothing
And if it isn't , well it will not be my first mistake.

WTJ profile picture
Thank you for the analysis.
You saved me time & that's more valuable than MANY SA "articles"!
Is OHI's payout ratio of approximately 380% an issue?
Long since Dec 2019
Buyandhold 2012 profile picture
Since the March 9, 2009 low, OHI with dividend reinvestment has performed about as well as SPY.

I like OHI at $32 or lower.

So I view it as a buy at $32 or lower and as a hold above $32.

The demographics look good for OHI since over the next 20 years the population of people 65 and over is expected to increase by 44% in the USA.
Eileen Dover profile picture
@Buyandhold 2012 Well overpriced now. I am with you ready to buy @ 32.
William Darusmont profile picture
Finance teaches that on the day a stock goes ex-dividend, it will decline in price by the amount of the dividend. I have found this to be a gross exaggeration - especially with stocks paying high dividends. Thank you for providing this example. In fact, I own other stocks - especially ETF's and REIT's that exhibit this. I, too am long OHI.
Carlos-Mendoza profile picture
OHI appears on the positive side of the key strategic basics for its industry. Long OHI.
Interesting analysis. Thanks.
Got nervous 2 years ago and sold 2/3 of my position. Maybe it's time to take another look.
@rorschach GREAT MINDS😊
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