Radius Global Infrastructure: Sale Likely Off, Stock Now On Sale

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  • In early May it was reported that Radius was considering a sale of the company. The financing environment has weakened and it is unlikely Radius will be sold near-term.
  • Shares are now trading about 30% below where they were prior to sale rumors. The implied cap rate is now roughly 6.5%.
  • With inflation top of mind, investors should find comfort knowing that the vast bulk of Radius's leases have CPI linked escalators.
  • Assuming a 4.5% cap rate, Radius shares look to have a fair value of $16+ per share, offering long-term shareholders the opportunity to nearly double their investment.
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Radius Global Infrastructure (NASDAQ:RADI) shares have been on a wild ride thus far in 2022. Early in the year, the stock sold off along with the broad decline in the market before rebounding strongly in May as sale

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