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Next week, the Federal Open Market Committee will gather to discuss monetary policy for the year ahead.
After three straight interest rate cuts, investors anticipate that the Fed will pause on the benchmark rate. However, Fed Chair Jerome Powell has already signaled that the central bank will keep interest rates lower for longer to support the markets, U.S. employment, and inflation.
Lower for longer means that investors must seek alternative investment vehicles to offset falling bond yields and weak income payment.
If you're living on a fixed income, a 10-year bond rate under 2% isn't going to do much for your money, given the rate of inflation sits at 1.8% in the United States.
Instead, you should look at Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs).
These alternative vehicles produce gobs of cash thanks to their rental activities, higher appreciation upside due to increasing real estate demand, and favorable tax benefits to their unitholders.
And the one I'm showing you today is expanding at an impressive rate.
Our top REIT for 2020 could climb to five times its current price, and shares yield a solid 7.9%. Click here to get the best REIT to buy for 2020…
In fact, this company is one of the largest publicly traded REITs in the United States. The company primarily operates in three high-growth markets – Austin, Texas; Philadelphia, Pa.; and Washington, D.C.
Plus, this REIT pays a 5% dividend yield and could quickly surge 50% in value by this time next year.
Here's the Top REIT to Buy Now
About the Author
Garrett Baldwin is a globally recognized research economist, financial writer, and consultant with degrees from Northwestern, Johns Hopkins, Purdue, and Indiana University. He is a seasoned financial and political risk analyst, with a focus on stocks, hedge funds, private equity, blockchain, and housing policy. He has conducted risk assessment projects for clients in 27 countries, and consulted on policy and financial operations for some of the nation's largest financial institutions, including a $1.5 trillion credit fund, a $43 billion credit and auto loan giant, as well as two of the largest Wall Street banks by assets under management.
Garrett joined Money Map Press as an economist and researcher in 2011, specializing in alternative strategies with an emphasis on fundamental and technical analysis.