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Articles featuring Investors Real Estate (IRET):

Jane's FY-2018 Dividend Income Totals - Why Being Patient Pays

Investment Thesis Being told to "be patient" is something no human wants to hear and there is probably no other aspect of life where you hear it more than when it comes to the world of personal finance. I'd like to think that I've learned patience in my 29 years on this earth, but I feel like this is one of those areas where there is always room for improvement. One area of life I have learned to be patient is anything regarding finances. I've learned that basically everything can wait... Read more

11.1% Yielding Portfolio With Good Coverage And Decent Growth Prospects

At the end of every month I publish a Cash Flow Kingdom 'CFK' Synopsis article which reviews the month, current Best Opportunities (includes both growth and income), updates the CFK Income Portfolio and takes care of some housekeeping chores (upcoming calendar, YTD realized gains and losses disclosure, etc.). Normally this Synopsis article is not released to the public. However, with CFK members' acquiescence, a suitable delay, and a few edits, I thought I'd do this one time. If it's well... Read more

Jane's November Dividend Increases And Income Tracker - Retirement Accounts

Investment Thesis November marks the ninth month that Jane's retirement (Traditional and Roth IRAs) have been established and received a steady flow of dividend income. Up to this point, Jane's retirement accounts from January 1st to October 31st of 2018 have produced a total dividend income of $10,911.12. For those new to this series, Jane is an investor who has approximately two years before she retires. Jane's current employer has no retirement benefits and so she has a retirement... Read more

Jane's October Dividend Increases And Income Tracker - Retirement Accounts

Investment Thesis October marks the eighth month that Jane's retirement (Traditional and Roth IRAs) have been established and received a steady flow of dividend income. Up to this point, Jane's retirement accounts from January 1st to September 30th of 2018 have demonstrated the following income characteristics: Traditional IRA - $6,585.32 in dividends. Roth IRA - $2,651.11 in dividends. Realized capital gains of $18,392.68. This works out to be an average of $2,043.63 of monthly income.... Read more

Jane's September Dividend Increases And Income Tracker - Retirement Accounts

Investment Thesis September marks the seventh month that Jane's retirement (Traditional and Roth IRAs) have been established and received a steady flow of dividend income. Jane's retirement account from February 1st to August 31st of 2018 have demonstrated the following income characteristics: Traditional IRA - $5,410.46 in dividends. Roth IRA - $2,305.56 in dividends. Realized capital gains of $8,793.05. This works out to be an average of $2,063.63 of monthly income. Instead of taking... Read more

Jane's August Dividend Increases And Income Tracker - Retirement Accounts

Investment Thesis August marks the six months that Jane's retirement (Traditional and Roth IRAs) have been established and received a steady flow of dividend income. Jane's retirement account from February 1st to July 31st of 2018 have demonstrated the following income characteristics: Traditional IRA - $4,906.65 in dividends. Roth IRA - $2,119.92 in dividends. Realized capital gains of $8,789.91. This works out to be an average of $2,259.50 of monthly income. Instead of taking these gains... Read more

Jane's July Dividend Increases And Income Tracker - Retirement Accounts

Investment Thesis July marks the fifth month that I have tracked Jane's dividend income from her Traditional and Roth IRAs. Unlike the Taxable Account, we did not start making significant changes to her retirement accounts until after the first of the year. Because of this, there were a number of stocks in her retirement accounts that didn't register their first dividend until April or May. Now that the majority of companies are seasoned, we are seeing a steady stream of dividend income rolling... Read more

Jane's June Dividend Increases And Income - Retirement Accounts

Investment Thesis June marks the fourth month that I have tracked Jane's dividend income from her Traditional and Roth IRAs. Unlike the taxable account, we did not start making significant changes to her retirement accounts until after the first of the year. Because of this, there were a number of stocks in her retirement accounts that didn't register their first dividend until April or May. Now that the majority of companies are seasoned, we are seeing a steady stream of dividend income... Read more

Jane's May Dividend Income Tracker - Retirement Accounts

Investment Thesis May marks the third month that I have tracked Jane's dividend income from her Traditional and Roth IRAs. Unlike the taxable account, we did not start making significant changes to her retirement accounts until after the first of the year. Because of this, there were a number of stocks in her retirement accounts that didn't register their first dividend until April or May. Going forward, we should see a lot more consistency from the dividends produced in Jane's retirement... Read more

This REIT Cut Its Dividend, Now What?

Last year, I decided to take a "flyer" on Investors Real Estate Trust (NASDAQ: IRET) as I explained that I was "recommending the company as a speculative REIT based on the possible 20% upside." My BUY thesis was centered on the argument that the market was not recognizing the evolution and transformation of the Midwest REIT. Yesterday, I wrote a Forbes article on 3 REITs that have successfully "pivoted" to create shareholder value, and while IRET was not on that list, it is likely that the... Read more

All About Dividend Investing

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