NRO: Short-Term Troubles But Long-Term Wealth Protection


  • Real estate can offer inflation protection since it tends to hold its value and cannot be printed out of thin air.
  • NRO invests in a portfolio of real estate investment trusts with the goal of providing its investors with a very high level of current income.
  • The fund has performed poorly this year along with everything else in the real estate sector because rising interest rates have reduced demand for mortgages.
  • The fund is currently failing to cover its distribution.
  • The valuation of NRO is currently a bit high so it is probably not a great idea to buy today.
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It is certainly not news to anyone reading this that one of the biggest challenges facing the market and the American economy today is the extremely high inflation that is straining the budgets of many families. This inflation has

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