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Is Public Storage Stock A Buy, Sell, Or Hold As It Hits All-Time Highs?

Jan. 05, 2022 8:30 AM ETPublic Storage (PSA) Stock6 Comments


  • Public Storage is a quality REIT with strong assets and a compelling growth track record.
  • Profitable business growth can be expected in the coming years as well, I believe, partially driven by acquisitions.
  • The stock is rather expensive, however, which is why waiting for a better entry point could pay off when it comes to an investment in PSA.
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Article Thesis

Public Storage (NYSE:PSA) is a high-quality REIT that offers reliable growth when it comes to profits and has, at least historically, offered solid dividend growth as well -- although not in the last couple of years. PSA

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Comments (6)

RoseNose profile picture
Perfect assessment of PSA. Quality at what price is the ? Do folks notice it has held a steady flat dividend of $8 for five, yes, 5 years... Hmm. Probably was a nice bond and rose in price, but we are looking at inflation now and more probably to come. Agree with watching this one for a much better yield than the 2.2%. Happy Investing :)) Rose
mail4rbcole profile picture
Apparently, the market today heard the Article Thesis last sentence."...might make sense to wait for a pullback before paying a relatively high price for shares at current levels." Down about 2.5%. But the article didn't say (per PWD and PassiveIncomeHunter below) how much pullback makes sense.
Is PSA Stock A Buy, Sell, Or Hold?
Never answered the question.
RoseNose profile picture
@PWD : I will answer: Trim or sell ... 2.2% yield is not good enough with inflation here and perhaps more coming and The Fed will raise interest rates. JIMHO. I watch it and remain amazed at it not raising the dividend for 5 years. It may raise now but not enough.... Good Luck !
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@PassiveIncomeHunter thanks for your comment! All the best
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