Omega Healthcare Investors (OHI)
$34.59 2.47 (7.69%)
18:30 EDT OHI Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $34.59
Market Cap 6.87B
PE Ratio 86.48
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 4.44M
Day's Range 32.91 - 35.59
52-Week Range 13.33 - 45.22
Dividend & Yield 2.64 (7.63%)
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Income is becoming cool again, So you need to make sure you have income stocks in your portfolio. Here are 7 to start your shortlist with.
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Omega Healthcare (OHI) takes advantage of growing elderly demographics with limited nursing home supply, making OHI stock a strong pick.
Should you follow insiders into Omega Healthcare's 7.7% yielding stock? The dividend looks solid, but the OHI stock price may struggle.
Demand for Omega Healthcare (OHI) properties is not going to go away. That, and OHI stock's 7.6% dividend yield, make it a REIT of choice.
Omega Healthcare has been a so-so performer, with REITs under pressure. But, OHI stock still has a hefty dividend and a strong platform.
As me move into the second half of the year, these are some of the best dividend stocks for your income needs.
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