Yes, rising interest rates can rattle REITs, but they don't keep these income powerhouses down forever. Here are seven REITs you should buy on any dips. More
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REITs, or Real Estate Investment Trusts, operate as funds of real estate. The trust is sold to investors on the open market and, using those funds, purchases real estate such as office buildings, apartments, and shopping centers. REITs are excellent additions to any portfolio as it diversifies investments and provide excellent returns. To click here.
This senior housing REIT is on the right side of the demographic shift, and its 7% yield makes it an attractive pick in a low-yield environment. More