STORE Capital: A Great Place To Store Your Capital

Oct. 22, 2022 6:37 AM ETSTORE Capital Corporation (STOR)10 Comments


  • STORE Capital is in the process of being acquired in an all-cash deal, but there is still some money being left on the table.
  • Although the upside for investors may not seem significant, it's important to compare the upside and downside compared to recent market activity.
  • All things considered, for investors who want some upside while avoiding downside, this may be a good place to store some capital.
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