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Capital markets a full realty out of Georgia -- -- and you'll seven newsletter.
That explains it reads for people like me who don't get it so very simply.
What is in maybe 25 seconds what is -- -- and how to like getting on sure.
Adam reached -- all must pay out 90% of taxable income in the form of dividends I use -- word must but she's another word forced they're forced to pay out dividends.
So that's perhaps the only sector today we're we're dividends Ers are such reliable forms of income in the form -- dividends and essentially what -- -- is is it is the the commingling of several hundreds maybe thousands of different properties from different companies.
And it's the it's the physical property it's the the land and the building.
And it's either the rent or the money kick off from that that's going to the -- -- -- and -- paid out the dividends sure -- were formed in 1960.
As a way for the average American to invest in brick and mortar -- -- state.
Pretty simple model so is essentially you're buying these rent checks which are converted to dividends.
Which investors -- today a case in the last segment actually had fun talking about the hedge funds were talking about billionaires are supposed to know better.
Green -- Capital David Einhorn as of April 30 there are only up five point 7% this year.
Paulson advantage plus I -- several funds are you doing much better but this 13 point 4% and pershing square bill -- -- Only a four point 6% this year how would've beat compare to that kind of return.
You can't compare -- -- reached by far are the most amazing -- sector today.
Today -- today reach a return around 15% total return that's out of all reaches -- 143.
Equity -- today.
So there's some very amazing return today when you -- -- some -- other sectors there's an incredible opportunities as so.
There isn't -- -- market where do you go to buyer read how do you find to read where you go to researcher -- Sure well I'd I'd like it effort to be my newsletter my website perhaps but others certainly a variety of places that you cannot -- reach Wall Street Journal.
Number publication -- one.
I get it.
You know called her stockbroker.
You know you can go to any fidelity count any any money market account you can now.
You -- you can investor publicly traded securities so the average investor.
Can can own the stocks okay and your newsletter the name of the newsletter and if people wanna fight it online that curious intelligent -- advisor.
There's a play on words have been -- -- intelligent investor searcher and reach you know -- as some investors if you followed Benjamin Graham.
You know they're looking for a yield of run about 4% of -- that do that adequately -- sure you got to remember Bob reached out dividends but there's also growth.
Dividends and growth that's total return.
-- today on average reach are paying about on average around 33 point 1% dividends on average however some of the sectors for example health care which is a very hot sector.
Are the standalone or triple -- sector -- over 4% in terms of dividends you add to that the total return component.
And that's what the amazing story is -- have paid for example the triple that reach are paying an average of 30%.
Total return that's dividend plus growth there's amazing opportunities in that space that Thomas thank you for joining us my eyes are less clear is right now if I -- something real -- take a look at.
Have a good day thank you.
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