Gladstone Land: A Unique REIT In An Overlooked Asset Class

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  • Gladstone Land Corporation is a farmland REIT with a diversified portfolio across the continental United States.
  • Gladstone has taken on an untraditional asset class benefitting from unusual growth drivers.
  • Shrinking supply and increasing institutional ownership create significant tailwinds for the REIT.
  • Recent acquisitions and a strong outlook have propelled LAND’s share price to new highs, stretching the valuation and dramatically compressing the dividend.
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Gladstone Land Corporation (NASDAQ:LAND) is a unique REIT focused on farms across the United States. Farmland supply is decreasing in the United States despite a growing population and agricultural demand. LAND is uniquely positioned to capitalize on a differentiated asset

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