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STAG Industrial's Performance Never Sags

Nov. 01, 2021 10:01 AM ETSTAG Industrial, Inc. (STAG)6 Comments
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James Bjorkman


  • STAG reported solid third quarter 2021 earnings recently, showing steady improvement in several key areas.
  • Despite taking advantage of the current economic climate to make many acquisitions, STAG also has been moderating the increases in its share count and net debt.
  • While I have some concerns about current valuation and inflationary pressures, I remain bullish on STAG.

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I like to keep track of STAG Industrial, Inc. (NYSE:STAG) after each earnings report, as I did with my 29 July 2021 article "STAG's Great Second Quarter Earnings Lift It Higher." I keep

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I had my first passbook savings account in the 1960s, which taught me to invest, and lost money in the 1987 crash. Subsequently, I have run investor chat rooms and an investing blog. I have traveled across the country to lecture on investing, which is a lot of fun because it is great to meet fellow investors. I also am a published author (aside from SA) and maintain a blog covering many different topics at Filminspector.com. I bought my first property in 1993. Real estate is my passion and I enjoy writing about it. I usually invest in income stocks such as REITs, but also follow, invest in, and occasionally cover other areas in articles. I also write in various forums about World War II. Oh, and I was mentioned in "Scam Dogs And Mo-Mo Mamas: Inside the Wild and Woolly World of Internet Stock Trading" (ISBN-13: 978-0060196202) (2000), by Wall Street Journal reporter John R. Emshwiller.

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Comments (6)

Clulu profile picture
US warehouses are running out of space as containers pile high.

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@Clulu Thanks for the news, Clululu. This has to be good news for companies like STAG! I appreciate your reading and commenting!
Income4ever aka Cyclenut profile picture
Good commentary
I like and am looking to add STAG -$30... not much if any DG.
WPC much better value with consistent DG, albeit slow but poised to return to a growth and faster DG in next year or so.
James Bjorkman profile picture
@Income4ever aka Cyclenut Thanks, Income4ever aka Cyclenut! I own both STAG and WPC so I don't have a dog in that particular hunt. Steady performance by both. Thanks for reading and commenting as always!
@James Bjorkman Nicely laid out article, well expounded. Long (very) STAG. I will add if sufficiently dips and/or once rent escalators are addressed, or acquisitions prove sufficiently supportive to allow for reasonable dividend increase. The value proposition is just not there at the moment.
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@JBierw Thanks, JBierw! I agree that STAG is a buy on dips, and I'm sure we'll see dips in the future due to market sentiment. Interesting point about the rent escalators, that's kind of a dagger hanging over the entire REIT sector for the time being. Thanks for reading and commenting!
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