“Real estate investment trusts… are usually considered income investments, so some investors panic and sell them when interest rates are rising,” notes the author of today’s article. But now that the Fed seems to have adopted a more dovish stance towards interest rate hikes that concern would seem to have been put to rest for now, and REITs – which outperformed the S&P 500 last year, have continued to outperform so far this year, and which perform well compared to the broader market over the long term – may have increased appeal. For all 32 REITs in the S&P 500 – nine of which sport yields over 4% – CLICK HERE.
Time To Reconsider REITs?
- by Bob Mitchell
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