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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.
Today, I'm going to uncover a REIT that pays a 5% dividend yield and could quickly surge 60% in value by this time next year.