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The Growth Story Remains Intact At Global Medical REIT


  • Global Medical REIT has done well in the last 12 months.
  • It continues to outperform peers and we look at whether that has made it expensive.
  • Key considerations though revolve around the secondary assets.
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The story in healthcare assets is well known. Outside the occasional fringe idea that telemedicine will replace the regular doctor checkups, REITs in this sector have been able to sell the investors on the secular growth. That

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Comments (10)

Looking very interesting today.
Trapping Value,
Just going over my put trades from last year and
wondered if you plan to revisit this name?
Best Regards
"Issuing stock at 6%" is not the cost of equity any CAPM student knows.
Trapping Value profile picture
@kenbweinstein CAPM has a bunch of garbage assumptions that I don't give two hoots about. If you want to see if a new property at an X cap rate will be accretive or not, only thing that matters is the cost of debt and the FFO multiple at which stock is issued.
kwinter$ profile picture
how do you do a "growth" story without reporting on the quarterly FFO produced historically, or asset growth, gross leverage growth, net leverage growth, historical dividend growth ....... Basically without reporting exactly what has grown and why that is the thesis for future growth that matters to shareholders, asset acquisition and growth only matter if they produce additional FFO/share that is available to shareholders.

This has created one of the fastest-growing REITs in the healthcare space. FFO is expected to grow at a 10% plus clip for the next two years. How so is it the fastest growing? What has been the makeup of the growth trajectory to date that would relate to future growth of such?
Trapping Value profile picture
@kwinter$ I have written about this 4 other times. i don't hit on every note each time.
CincinnatiRick profile picture
I woke up to this one later than the author. So I find myself walking a tougher tightrope with my GMRE puts...November 19th with a $15 strike. But don't throw me in the briar patch, Mr. Market: I either pocket the thousand dollars or get put at a net $14 per stub and be paid well to wait for this growth story to mature.
I bought HTA and DOC cheap from last year. Bought GMRE late at 14 bucks. I am not excited about it but liked that it's in secondary markets for diversification. GMRE also is now internally managed so that helped. They will be ok and pay me to own them.
Been following GMRE,arcb and RPD too. Upward slope IMHO
jgrever621 profile picture
long and DRIPing. Has made steady progress, as the market shows with the lower dividend % of today.

Think over the next two years this could be an excellent gainer, with very low risk.
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