The table below displays a list of Real Estate Investment Trusts (REIT) that are publicly traded. Reits are unique vehicles that allow investors to participate in the income stream of a company and benefit from long-term appreciation in the underlying assets. Reits must payout 90% of their taxable income as dividends to the stock holders. NOTE: The table columns can be sorted by clicking on column headings (for example, to sort highest/lowest: dividend yield , market cap, price change etc.). Use the search box to filter the table by keyword (for example, type Office in the search box and the table will display Reits that have a category of Office). Click on the symbols to go to view more information on the specific stock.
|REIT||Dividend Info||Stock Performance||Risk||Classification|
|Symbol||Name||Last Amt||%Chg||Yield||Freq.||# Incr. 3-Yr||# Decr. 3-Yr||Price||% Change||% From 52-Wk Low||% From 52-Wk High||Market Cap||30 Day IV||52 Wk Vol.||Category||Sub-Category|
5 REITs Increasing Dividends In November
2017 has been volatile but so far into the year yielded a flat return for REIT investors. One way to still get capital gains from REITs is to focus on buying those that will increase the dividends paid to shareholders. Based on historical trends and current cash flow here are five top candidates for raising their dividends in November...