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Great dividend payer!
Weight of merger, housing market set to rebound in 2014
REIT sector is due for a bounce back. Cole acquisition is hugely accretive and will significant improve performance down the road. Also has a 7% annual dividend yield paid monthly. This is O at better valuation.
Cash Flow Juggernaut
high dividend low price. see preferred arcpp
There have been four different insiders buying American Realty Capital Properties and there have not been any insiders selling American Realty Capital Properties during the last 30 days. Two of these four insiders increased their holdings by more than 10%. American Realty Capital Properties has an insider ownership of 1.30%.
Insider buying with yield. (Slaughter)
The major coup of acquiring COLE just a few months after this large REIT's IPO is impressive. The economies of scale should reward shareholders with increasing FFO and dividends. ARCP CEO Marc Nemer was quoted as saying when the deal is complete it will be paying a 7.5% dividend yield. I think that implies some price appreciation down the road as well.
Recent earnings depressed by acquisitions which should turn accretive in next two quarters. Strong current yield.
Management buying. Good yield. Well prepared for rising interest rates.
Management buying stock; great yield! Stock is down in anticipation of interest rates going up -- but company seems well prepared for the new environment,
ARCP is fast becoming the second-largest single-tenant REIT in the U.S., behind only Realty Income CorpBased on TTM AFFO of $0.95, the P/AFFO currently stands at 13.5. Using ARCP's 2014 guidance of $1.14 - $1.18 in AFFO for 2014 you're looking at a forward P/AFFO of ~11. Not too bad considering the entry yield. Based on ARCP's current annual dividend rate of $0.91 per share the entry yield on this purchase is 7.11%. Even better, ARCP has already announced a dividend raise to $0.94 on an annual per share basis. I believe this is a $19 stock by years end. So back up the truck and load up!
recent Luxor Capital purchase; stock tanked due to purchase of GE Capital assets funded through share sales and debt
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