W. P. Carey REIT Ord Shs (WPC)
$66.52 0.00 (0.00%)
19:36 EDT WPC Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $66.52
Market Cap 7.13B
PE Ratio 25.90
Volume (Avg. Vol.)
Day's Range 66.52 - 66.52
52-Week Range 38.62 - 93.62
Dividend & Yield 4.07 (6.12%)
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Investors are scrambling for income now that savings rates have evaporated, but some dividend stocks are less secure than they seem.
The whole stock market is currently doing well, but this collection of dividend stocks promises ample returns.
Even when the markets turn sour there's money to be made -- or at least relative safety to be had. Here are some names to keep on your radar.
While the U.S. and China go head to head, giving many stocks volatility issues, these American REITs have smooth sailing.
In a topsy-turvy market, few investments look worthwhile. These high-yield REITs pay you to own them, no matter which way the market turns.
These three REITs that stand out from the crowd, as they provide excellent income and growth opportunities.
If you own the means of commerce, then you will profit further from enhanced prosperity. With America on one of the best streaks of domestic economic growth, now is a great time to be an owner of commercial REITs like WPC stock.
The Tax Cut and Jobs Act (TCJA), the new tax bill President Donald Trump signed into law in December, now allows investors to deduct 20% of the ordinary income they receive in REIT dividends. That effectively means that if you’re in the top bracket with a tax rate of 37%, the tax bite on your REIT payouts drops to only 29.6% (at worst). In other words, the new law makes each of our REIT dividend yields all the more valuable -- more than offsetting the impact of rising rates.
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Claiming a stock will deliver a double-digit return every year is a bold statement, but these dividend stocks to buy have the best shot.
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