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Arbor Realty: I Can't Ignore The 12% Yield

Jan. 04, 2023 12:03 AM ETArbor Realty Trust, Inc. (ABR), ABR.PF22 Comments
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  • Arbor Realty is paying a 12% dividend yield and has grown this by a 10% CAGR over the last 3 years from the last payout.
  • The yield is fully covered by distributable EPS as of the end of Arbor's last reported fiscal 2022 third quarter.
  • With a recent Bloomberg survey of economists placing the chance of a 2023 recession at 70%, the REIT faces intense macroeconomic risks.
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I have taken a sizable position in Arbor Realty's (NYSE:ABR) commons with a view to holding these for core long-term income and as an expansion of a portfolio that includes peer companies Broadmark Realty (BRMK). There is

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