yields over 5.5% and offers real estate exposure that includes both U.S. and European properties. W.P. Carey Inc. ( WPC ), $4.25 billion ($62.18/share) W.P. Carey is a diversified U.S. equity REIT founded in 1973 and based in New
By Brad Thomas : Back in July (2013) I wrote an article on W.P. Carey ( WPC ) and as I explained then I felt like the share price was getting "close to the top of the roller-coaster" and I was "feeling
Any thoughts or comments on this REIT stock? It has taken a beating lately as have other REITS but probably has been my best investment over the years. Should I continue to hold or would another REIT be better suited for this long term income investor?
By Parsimony Investment Research : Most DIY dividend investors focus their attention mainly on "blue-chip", large capitalization stocks like Wal-Mart ( WMT ) and McDonald's ( MCD ), but small capitalization stocks should not be ignored. While small-cap stocks are widely viewed as relatively higher
By Brad Thomas : Wikipedia defines "discipline" as "systematic instruction intended to train a person, sometimes literally called a disciple, in a craft, trade or other activity, or to follow a particular code of conduct or order." As a husband and father to five kids, I find myself constantly ...
W. P. Carey ( WPC ) Q3 2013 Earnings Call November 05, 2013 11:00 am ET Executives Kristin Brown Trevor P. Bond - Chief Executive Officer, President
W. P. Carey Inc. ( WPC ) declares $0.86/share quarterly dividend , 2.4% increase from prior dividend of $0.84. Forward yield 5.14% Payable Oct. 15; for shareholders of record Sept. 30; ex-div Sept. 26. Post your comment!
By SA Editor Miriam Metzinger : Stocks discussed on the Lightning Round segment of Jim Cramer's Mad Money Program, Monday November 4. Bullish Calls: Delta ( DAL ): "I'm a Delta guy. I'm not going to deviate." Wolverine World Wide ( WWW ): "This remains one of the best shoe stories out there. I like
By Brad Thomas : With the recent government shutdown, I have been thinking about the real estate that the government operates. It's hard to imagine how a building that hasn't been occupied for 16 days can produce a profit for the government (according to The Huffington Post it cost $300 million per
dividend reliability test, including Tanger Factory Outlets ( SKT ), Realty Income ( O ), Ventas, Inc . ( VTR ), WP Carey ( WPC ), and Federal Realty ( FRT ). All five of these REITs enjoy an extraordinary track record of dividend safety and consistency