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The Best REIT to Buy Now Pays a 7% Dividend and Could Jump 45%

Since 1980, REITs have generated annualized returns of 11.61%, compared to just 8.39% for the S&P 500. That might not seem eye-popping at first, but think about this…

If you invested $10,000 in both back in 1980, you’d have $213,594 from the S&P 500 and $649,707 from the REITs (more than three times the return).

But picking the best REIT to buy can be challenging. That’s where our proprietary Money Morning Stock VQScore™ gives us an edge…

You see, this algorithm tracks hundreds of REITS and assigns them a score from 1 to 4.9. The higher the score, the more likely this REIT will break out soon.

Today, we're discussing a REIT with a 4.9 VQScore that owns and operates a global collection of first-class real estate assets…


The 3 Best REITs to Buy in July 2019

Investors wanting to earn more than 20% on their money each year will want to keep an eye on real estate investment trusts (REITs).

We’ve got a list of the best REITs to buy in July 2019.

REITs are attractive investments because they promise gains in different forms.

First, you get strong dividends that you can either reinvest or take as income.

Second, the share prices appreciate, on average, faster than the broader market.

Read more here...


My "Desert Island Stock" Gives You Four Companies for the Price of One

My friends who don't fully get my stock-buying habits often ask "if you could own one stock for the rest of your life," or "if you had just one stock to own while you were stranded on a desert island for years," what that stock might be.

They expect me to name some tech giant trading at multiples so high I'd need a NASA spacesuit to own it, or some biotech "just about" to "change the world," despite the very long odds on blind biotech bets.

Or a driverless car company… or a drone manufacturer… or some other firm making a device that everyone expects to be ubiquitous in a few years…

All super-sexy, exciting businesses, absolutely; fun to read about and speculate on, but not my cup of tea. And they're certainly not "the one stock."

Why? Because I have no idea which tech company will own 90% of the planet in 50 years, or which will be replaced in five years by a couple of dudes in Toledo building a gaming system in their garage.

When and if they reveal themselves, and they're selling cheap, maybe I'll buy 'em – maybe.

But I'd definitely buy the one company that'll make it possible for all these futuristic, expensive, super-sexy mega caps to do business at all...