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Arbor Realty: Fairly Valued With High Dividends, Well-Placed For The Future

Mar. 05, 2023 1:38 AM ETArbor Realty Trust, Inc. (ABR)293 Comments
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Philip Wang


  • Arbor Realty recently reported record earnings for FY 2022, continuing a history of growth.
  • Forward dividend yield of 10.6%; low payout ratio.
  • ABR stock is fairly valued.

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I have written about Arbor Realty Trust (NYSE:ABR) for several years now, since 2018. If you have read my previous articles on the company, you will know that I have been a firm believer in


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My aim is to build a financial portfolio which will enable me to become financially independent. While I have a keen interest in the financial markets, and am constantly seeking to learn more about various sectors, this means I tend to gravitate towards dividend stocks as they will provide me with a steady stream of income to achieve my goal of becoming financially independent.

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