Published Sat, 12 Oct 2019 09:00:00 -0400 on Seeking Alpha
With interest rates at multi-decade lows, investors have had no other option than to move into riskier assets. P/E ratios have expanded for stocks, and opportunities are getting ever rarer for the active investor.
At the same time, we are likely to be in a late-cycle economy, and as the cycle finally turns, these high valuations are at risk of crashing down.
If you are having a tough time finding high-yielding bargains in 2019, this article is for you. We present three nichey sub-sectors that continue to offer:
Opportunistic valuations Recession resilience High income This is exactly what we look for at High Yield Landlord. We are value investors at heart and predominantly invest in sectors that offer high income and resilience in a late-cycle economy.
More specifically, we spend the majority of our time analyzing various “real asset” sectors, including REITs, MLPs, Infrastructure, Utilities and Energy. This is because we have found that “leasing” assets to operators is much safer and predictable than “operating” the assets yourself.
This seemingly small distinction makes a world of difference, especially during recessions. The owner of the assets participates in the profit earned by its tenants through rents that are contractually guaranteed - often for many years to come.
It protects property owners from changing market conditions, and therefore, it's common for real asset earnings to remain perfectly steady even in a recession.... Read more
|Stock name||Last trade||P/E||Earnings/Share||Dividend/Share||Dividend yield|
|CBL & ASSOCIATES PROPERTIES||1.38||0.0||-0.95||0.35||27.34|
|BRIXMOR PROPERTY GROUP||19.68||16.5||1.19||1.12||5.68|
|MEDICAL PROPERTIES TRUST||18.94||7.3||2.61||1.04||5.30|
|NATIONAL RETAIL PROPERTIES||54.39||35.8||1.52||2.06||3.81|
|FEDERAL REALTY INVESTMENT TRUST||135.76||40.4||3.36||4.20||3.00|
|BROOKFIELD ASSET MANAGEMENT||53.61||18.4||2.92||0.64||1.22|
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