Dividend-investing pro reveals shocking prediction …
“2 Urgent Buys for
Triple-Digit Gains (and
8% Cash Payouts)”
- The last time this happened, the group of “stealth” dividend payers revealed below soared, including returns of 379% and even 580%!
- Your shot at triple-digit profits and life-changing dividends is open now, but it won’t last!
- Read on for 2 “breakout” buys with massive 8% average payouts today. Plus I’ll unmask my personal 5-step “game plan” to grab the biggest gains now.
Dear Fellow Investor,
This is urgent.
My Triple-Digit Profit System just did something I’ve waited 4 years for it to do.
Trip its final indicator for us to dive into a totally ignored corner of the market.
The last time all 5 indicators flashed green (just like they are now) the group of stocks I’ll show you today—where cash dividends of 6%, 7%, even 8% or more are common—soared for triple-digit profits!
Most folks don’t even know these “stealth” income plays exist. You may be one of them.
My name is Brett Owens.
If you love big dividends (and who doesn’t?), you’ll be amazed at what I have to show you today—especially if you’re one of the millions of Americans counting on your dividend portfolio to fund your retirement.
Because the last time we saw a situation like this, one member of the snubbed group of stocks I’ll show you shortly—a rock-steady “landlord” spinning off a 7%+ cash dividend—did something “stodgy” income plays simply aren’t supposed to do.
It soared for a market-crushing 580% return!
Imagine This Profit Machine in Your Portfolio
It was far from alone.
Another of these overlooked cash machines returned 379% (including dividends) in just over 6 years.
And because its dividend yield was also huge—regularly topping 6% in that time—a big slice of that win was in cash.
Big Dividends Drive a 379% Return
Look, I could rhyme off examples like this all day. But I know you’re busy. And our window for jumping on these life-changing profits (and big cash dividends) is short.
Here’s the upshot: we’re coming into another period that, in one critical way, looks a lot like the 6 very profitable years I just showed you here.
And investors who buy into the obscure corner of the market now are in great position for some very big profits (and dividends) indeed.
Who can we thank for this opportunity?
Just one man: Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell.
That’s because the Federal Reserve’s recent rate cuts have tripped my system’s final buy indicator.
That’s our cue.
I’ve got 2 buys in particular that are paying incredible dividends of 8.2% and 7.9% right now! I’ll reveal both of these dividend machines in just a few more moments.
History Repeats—You Cash In
First, let’s unmask the unique group of growth-and-income plays these 2 urgent buys come from.
They’re called real estate investment trusts (REITs), and they own property—everything from factories to seniors’ homes and even cellphone towers.
They trade on the market, just like regular stocks. So you won’t have to jump through any hoops to buy them. You can add these dividends to your portfolio right from the safety of your online brokerage account.
The last time the Federal Reserve did what it’s doing now—pivot toward stimulating the economy through rate cuts—REITs roared, including those 2 big gains I just showed you.
And today’s scenario, with 3 rate cuts already in the books and more likely (despite what Powell says about a pause), looks eerily similar.
For the record, those two winners were Medical Properties Trust (MPW)—more on it below—and Ventas (VTR), two “stodgy” senior-centre operators whose returns were anything but!
In a moment, I’ll reveal the inner workings of the system I use to pick REITs. It will give you all the tools you need to weed out the pretenders and line yourself up for big gains (and dividends) in these high-yield income plays.
First, we need to talk about why REITs are so critical to your financial future now.
Say Goodbye to “Buy and Hope” Investing
What I’m about to show you is the answer if, like most folks, you feel stuck between two lousy choices in the uncertain markets we’ve seen lately:
- “Buy and hope”: Putting your cash in big-name (but low-yielding) Dividend Aristocrats like Procter & Gamble (PG) and “hoping” for gains, or …
- Cash under the mattress: Locking up your nest egg in a 10-Year Treasury note, a CD or both and accepting the pathetic 1.8% return as the price of safety—even though you’re actually losing after inflation!
I’m sure you’ve felt the weight of this choice before. Every investor has. It’s an awful situation, with neither option giving you what you really want:
Steady 7%+ dividends and upside!
That’s my cue for a quick introduction.
If you’ve never heard of me, I’m the chief investment strategist at Contrarian Income Report—a publication that uncovers secure, high-yielding investments for thousands of investors.
Since CIR’s launch in 2015, we’ve racked up a steady-as-she-goes 11.8% annualized return, with most of that in cash, thanks to our portfolio’s huge 7.3% average dividend.
REITs have been critical to our success. As I write, eight of the 18 stocks and funds in CIR’s portfolio are REITs.
In a moment, I’ll show you that 5-step REIT-picking plan I mentioned a second ago. Using these 5 simple (and proven) strategies, you can tap these cash-rich income (and growth) plays yourself, for yearly passive income of $30,000, $40,000 and more on an investment of $500K.
Then I’m going to give you 2 of my favorite picks among these retirement lifesavers.
The first one boasts a genius business model that sets it up to benefit as rates trend lower … but also cushions it if Powell suddenly has a change of heart. Plus this off-the-radar pick hands you a massive 8.2% dividend!
The other is run by the sharpest team in the commercial-mortgage business, with an average of 28 years’ experience between them. They’ve driven revenue up an astounding 504% in the last decade and have handed that win straight over to shareholders in the form of a 7.9% dividend that’s surged 36% since early 2015.
Thanks in part to our man at the Fed, I expect these two unique income plays to soar, with 25% price upside in the next 12 months, too!
Think it’s impossible to get a gain like that from an income investment?
I’m not surprised if you say yes. Most advisers would scoff at the notion.
But they would be wrong. Because plenty of REITs have been doing just that in the last few years—and in far less than 12 months, too!
High-Yield Pick Dusts the Market
You’re looking at the price gain of a little-known REIT called W.P. Carey (WPC), owner of warehouses, offices and retail properties across the nation, in the nine months after I recommended it on January 4, 2019.
As you can see, it clobbered the S&P 500’s gain. And that’s not even the best part.
Because WPC was paying out a 6.2% dividend when I recommended it.
That payout is:
- 6 TIMES your typical 3-year CD rate.
- Nearly 3 TIMES the 10-year Treasury rate, and
- 3.5 TIMES the yield on your typical S&P 500 name.
What’s more, WPC does something almost no other stock does: raises its dividend every single quarter, not just once a year.
That ballooning dividend really boosted WPC’s nine-month return when you added it to the REIT’s share price:
Dividends Accelerated WPC’s Jump
WPC isn’t the only “landlord” to crush the market in short order, while handing us a massive dividend. Another REIT I pounded the table on did even better.
I’m talking about senior-care “landlord” Medical Properties Trust, which I mentioned off the top. It yielded a fat 7.8% when I recommended it in my newly launched Contrarian Income Report service November 2015.
By the time we “clocked out” in March 2019, a little more than three years later, MPW had handed us a total of 104% in gains and dividends, more than doubling the market’s return.
Let’s See a CD Do This
And remember, these huge runs happened when conditions weren’t nearly as good as they are today.
With the latest rate cut, and more reductions likely, we’re in prime position to see even bigger gains in short order.
That means the time to buy is now!
And here’s something else I think you’ll love about REITs …
Cash Dividends for Income—and Safety
Few folks realize that, when it comes to high-yield plays like this, the longer the time frame, the more of your return you get in cash, not here-today, gone-tomorrow paper gains.
In the case of Medical Properties Trust, we got one-third of our gain as cash dividends over the three-and-a-half years we owned the stock.
That gives you something investors in stocks, CDs or Treasuries only wish they could have: possibilities!
You could choose to reinvest that cash in MPW (or another of these cash-generating landlords, like my 2 top 8% paying REIT picks, which I’ll tell you about in just a few more seconds).
Or use it to pay your bills.
Or you could simply keep it in your account, secure in the knowledge that the next crash won’t drain your nest egg.
These are just a few of the life-changing benefits these “landlords” provide.
There’s something else, too: these rock-steady cash machines often trade independently of the stock market.
To show you how this can benefit you, I’ll zoom in on the late-2018 crash. When the rest of the market crumbled, Medical Properties Trust soared, giving shareholders some badly needed cover:
MPW Buyers Cash In on the Crash
That’s right: MPW holders actually made money, while the rest of the market collapsed 14% in 3 months!
Imagine holding this kind of stock in your portfolio—and watching it go up while the rest of the market tumbles.
Meantime, the 7.8% dividends you’d have been pocketing if you bought MPW at my original recommendation would have kept flowing into your account, like clockwork.
REITs: Your Shortest Route to
a “No-Drama” Retirement
The beauty of REITs is that they’re “pass-through” investments. They get steady, predictable revenue from their tenants, then hand almost all of the proceeds over to you in the form of jumbo-sized dividends.
And here’s another shocker that gives our cash stream an extra boost: REITs pay no corporate tax!
That, of course, leaves more dividend cash for us.
Which raises an obvious question: why would the IRS give an entire sector a pass on paying taxes?
Let’s start at the beginning.
REITs first came on the scene 60 years ago, when the Eisenhower administration signed the REIT Act (officially an amendment to the Cigar Excise Tax Extension of 1960).
I can sense your eyes glazing over. But stick with me, because I’m getting to the profitable part.
The goal was to let regular folks, rather than just large institutional investors, get in on the growth of American commercial real estate.
Mortgage REITs—or those that loan cash to property firms instead of owning buildings themselves—were first out of the gate in 1960, followed by shopping-mall landlords in 1961.
Others, from hospitals to hotels (and even prisons) either converted to the REIT structure or started up as REITs in the following decades.
These days, we can tap everything from apartments, through leading landlords like Essex Property Trust (ESS), to cellphone towers, through REITs like American Tower (AMT).
You can even use REITs to grab big dividends from megatrends that will last decades. Like the aging of the baby boomers, through senior-center operators like MPW, Omega Healthcare Investors (OHI)—current yield: 6.4%—and Welltower (WELL), payer of a 4.3% dividend today.
And there’s one more ignored benefit of REITs that protects your savings in a surprising way.
Call It “Bonehead Insurance” for Your Nest Egg
You see, the IRS makes these companies jump through a lot of hoops to keep their REIT status—and their corporate-tax exemption. We don’t have to get into the fine print—this is the point that matters:
“To qualify as a REIT, a company must distribute at least 90 percent of its taxable income to shareholders annually in the form of dividends.”
—Securities and Exchange Commission
90% of income!
In other words, after the bills are paid, management must give us 90% of what’s left over as a dividend.
There’s no other choice!
This is another advantage REITs have over regular stocks.
Elsewhere, skinflints like Google (GOOGL) and even Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A) have zero obligation to pay a penny in dividends—and so they don’t!
The result: after racking up years—and even decades—of profits, they can wind up sitting on huge piles of “leftover” cash that’s not going into the business or shareholders’ pockets.
That just doesn’t happen with REITs.
It bears repeating: in order to be a REIT at all, a company must pay us a dividend.
This obligation to pay out 90% of profits is another “safety valve,” for a reason nobody ever talks about.
That reason is this: a large cash hoard is a constant temptation for management, goading them into profitless pet projects, dud acquisitions, poorly thought out new products, sky-high salaries … you name it.
And this temptation is so powerful it even lures in some of the (otherwise) savviest companies out there.
Investors in Microsoft (MSFT), for example, would no doubt have loved a bigger dividend (or maybe even a nice one-time special payout) rather than see management dump $7.6 billion into one of the worst blunders in American corporate history.
That would be its decision to buy terminally ill phone maker Nokia in 2014.
A mere two years later, Microsoft wrote off the entire amount—and shut down Nokia entirely.
$7.6 billion—gone overnight!
To be sure, this “90%-profit” rule won’t save us from every blunder. But it does put a straightjacket on the C-suite, forcing them to focus on practical ways to grow the business without straying too far off course.
Which leads me to my simple, proven 5-step system for picking the best REITs now.
It’s my “go-to” for picking REITs for Contrarian Income Report—the same ones that helped power us to that 11.8% yearly gain and safe 7.3% average dividend I mentioned earlier.
Then, right after that, I’ll reveal 2 of my favorite REIT picks now—both of which, as I mentioned earlier, pay safe dividends of 8.2% and 7.9%!
With the “Powell pivot” and the ridiculous discounts these 2 REITs are sporting, they’re no-brainer buys for big dividends and upside in the coming year, and beyond.
REIT Rule No. 1: Don’t Make
This Costly Mistake
Lots of people know that REITs pay out far bigger dividends than your typical stock.
But the funny thing is, this knowledge goes straight out the window when they dial up a REIT on a stock screener, like Yahoo Finance or Google Finance.
Because they forget that those charts only consider price gains and don’t include REITs’ outsized dividends.
I just showed you some huge returns, including dividends, in my examples above. But let’s take a moment and split out price and total returns (with dividends).
Because when a yield gets up into the 7% to 8% range, its effect on your total profit is way bigger than most folks realize.
Consider healthcare REIT Omega Healthcare Investors, which I just mentioned a second ago. Its 3-year performance looks pretty lame on a price basis.
OHI’s Return Is Okay …
… But a 7% Dividend Makes It Sparkle
That’s right! OHI’s return is more than 3 TIMES bigger in the last 3 years with dividends than without.
It bears repeating: Make sure you always double (and triple!) check that the chart you’re reading includes dividends paid, or you could get a totally misleading view of a REIT’s performance.
Now let’s move on to …
REIT Rule No. 2: Check Every
When you’re on the hunt for safe REIT dividends, the payout ratio—or the percentage of earnings headed out the door as dividends—should be your first stop.
But there’s a catch: you’ve got to make sure you’re looking at the right payout ratio. And this is where most folks make a costly mistake.
In “normal” stocks, you get the payout ratio by dividing the yearly dividend payout into earnings per share (EPS). You’ll get an even more accurate result if you use free cash flow (FCF) per share, which is much less prone to manipulation than EPS.
In “regular” stocks, I demand a payout ratio less than 50%. Higher than that and you risk a dividend cut … and near-automatic price crash when that bad news hits.
But, just as with price charts, the EPS and FCF payout ratios don’t do the job with REITs. To show you what I mean, I’ll dial up Physicians Realty Trust (DOC), which rents space to doctors and pays a nice 5% dividend.
Look up DOC on a stock screener like Ycharts and you get this:
That’s a nightmare!
According to this, DOC has paid out more than its cash flow as dividends in the last 12 months, and nearly 4 times EPS.
Luckily for us, these are the wrong numbers to look at.
With REITs, you want funds from operations (FFO), of which DOC generated $1.05 a share in the last four quarters. Since it paid out $0.92 in dividends per share, its real payout ratio is 88%.
“Wait, isn’t 88% still unsafe?” you’re probably thinking.
That’s another difference with REITs: well-run ones like DOC can easily manage ratios of 90% and even higher (and figures that high are pretty common, to be honest).
Because remember that REITs are “pass-through” entities: they collect steady rent checks, take what they need to keep the lights on and send the rest to you. And DOC has the steadiest tenants you could ask for!
REIT Rule No. 3: Don’t Count on
That brings me to my next point: stock screeners aren’t set up to use FFO when reporting payout ratios and valuation metrics, like price-to-FFO ratios (more on that next).
Your best bet?
Do it the old-fashioned way by diving into the last 4 quarterly earnings reports and adding up per-share FFO on your own. Then use that figure to calculate your price-to-FFO or payout ratio.
REIT Rule No. 4: Use This Simple Buy
(and Sell) Indicator
When a REIT’s price-to-FFO ratio gets out of whack with its fundamentals, or with those of its rivals, you should take a closer look. And when this number jumps too far too fast, it could be time to make an exit.
Hotel operator Chatham Lodging Trust (CLDT) is a textbook case: it traded at a bargain 8.4-times FFO in December 2016.
Why was that a bargain?
Partly because of overblown fears that Chatham’s hotels would be overrun by the likes of Airbnb.
But that ignores the fact that most of its hotels are near airports or in suburbs, far from the downtown cores the Airbnbs of the world roam.
That was the first hint a big buying opportunity was near.
When you looked “under the hood,” things got better: because FFO was doing this:
Source: Chatham Lodging Trust
That incredible 22% average yearly growth was driving a surging dividend, up 57% in just three years! Best of all, this stock was yielding 6.8%—its highest level ever.
That ticked all our boxes: high yield, fast dividend growth and a cheap valuation. I issued a buy call in the December 2016 Contrarian Income Report.
Fast-forward to September 2018, and CLDT’s price-to-FFO ratio had surged to 10.7-times, meaning its share price was now outrunning FFO growth. The cat was out of the bag on this one, so we contrarians checked out—taking a fast 26% total return with us!
The bottom line?
While price-to-FFO isn’t the only number to watch, its movement compared to a REIT’s history and FFO growth—and the ratios of similar REITs—can give you a strong hint of whether it’s time to buy (or sell).
REIT Rule No. 5: Buy When Insiders Do
Insider buying is one of my favorite things in a stock, because it ties management’s goals to ours and pushes the C-suite to look past the quarterly earnings bonanza.
An example: Ivan Kaufman, founder and long-time boss at Arbor Capital (ABR), a REIT that makes loans for commercial and multifamily properties (and yields a gaudy 7.9%).
Three years ago, Kaufman, owner of 740,000 Arbor shares, made a daring move for the then-tiny company, dishing out $250 million to buy a commercial-lending agency and its in-house technology platform.
Fast-forward to today, and the new and improved ABR is more than 4 times as valuable in terms of market cap!
“Skin in the Game” Triples ABR’s Value
Unfortunately, big insider stakes like Ivan’s are far too rare (most execs would rather let shareholders take all the risk!).
But management involvement is something I demand in Contrarian Income Report, and you’ll find it in the 2 REIT picks I have for you today, both of which I’ve found using my proven 5-point REIT-picking system.
They’re perfect buys for the downtrend in interest rates we’re likely to see now.
Let’s move on to those.
2 REIT Buys Paying 8% Dividends
(with 25% Upside)
My first pick is a mortgage REIT paying an outsized 7.9% dividend and primed for any moves in interest rates from here—higher, lower or steady.
It boasts a portfolio that includes loans, MSRs (mortgage-servicing rights), MBS (mortgage-backed security) holdings and credit-risk transfer (CRT securities).
Don’t get too hung up on the alphabet soup. All you really need to know is that some of these investments benefit from falling rates and some run higher when rates rise.
It’s a well-hedged portfolio that makes money no matter what the Fed does next!
And let’s take another step back and look at the big (profit) picture: as you can see, FFO has jumped 155% in the last 3 years alone, meaning the company is likely to raise its already-huge 8.2% dividend in the near future!
A Cash Machine
Every investor should own this mortgage specialist for 3 simple reasons:
- It’s “Powell proof.”
- It yields a fat (and secure) 8.2%.
- Its dividend is about to jump!
Same goes for my second REIT pick: it’s one of those “unicorns” you may hear people talk about but rarely see yourself: a 7.9% payer with a dividend that’s growing like a weed! The regular payout has jumped 36% since this REIT started its dividend in 2015, with three special dividends thrown in for good measure:
A Rising Regular Dividend—and Big One-Time Payouts, Too
This stout income play writes mortgages for commercial properties and invests in mortgage-backed securities. It’s biggest strength: its management team, which boasts an average of 28 years of industry experience.
My favorite part: they’ve put their own personal money on the line. Since May 2014, the number of shares owned by the folks in the C-suite has nearly quadrupled, from 1.3 million to 4.2 million.
And business has been strong, with net revenue soaring 504% since this REIT’s founding 10 years ago:
Expert Team Shows Its Mettle
These two 8% paying REITs are “best buys” in Contrarian Income Report. And as active recommendations for my CIR members, it wouldn’t be fair of me to reveal their names here.
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