Kimco Realty Corp.

KIM-N

NYSE:KIM

20.35
0.10 (0.49%)
Kimco Realty Corporation is a real estate investment trust headquartered in New Hyde Park, New York., that is one of North America’s largest publicly traded owner and operator of open-air shopping centers.
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November 25, 2014

One of the few infrastructure companies in the US that is not a Master Limited Partnership, which has negative tax implications for Canadian investors. This is a way you can be invested in energy infrastructure. Behaving extremely well and is within a whisper of its all-time high. Reduced his exposure by about a 3rd because people psychologically could be less favourable because it is attached to energy. Has a little over 4% yield.

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Kimco Realty Corp. (KIM-N)
November 25, 2014

One of the few infrastructure companies in the US that is not a Master Limited Partnership, which has negative tax implications for Canadian investors. This is a way you can be invested in energy infrastructure. Behaving extremely well and is within a whisper of its all-time high. Reduced his exposure by about a 3rd because people psychologically could be less favourable because it is attached to energy. Has a little over 4% yield.

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WATCH
July 9, 2014

Work with REI.UN-T in a JV. The largest landlord for shopping centers in the US. Their focus over the last few years has been shedding non-core assets. They are 60-70% of the way through simplifying their business. Demand for their properties is starting to pick up. Is turning into a very high quality business.

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Work with REI.UN-T in a JV. The largest landlord for shopping centers in the US. Their focus over the last few years has been shedding non-core assets. They are 60-70% of the way through simplifying their business. Demand for their properties is starting to pick up. Is turning into a very high quality business.

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SELL
June 21, 2011
Large US shopping center REIT. Think management lost their way a few years ago and basically panicked during the credit crisis. Diluted shareholders by about 40% at the worst time. US is overvalued relative to Canada. If you own, consider moving to Canada where there are better returns and less risk.
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Large US shopping center REIT. Think management lost their way a few years ago and basically panicked during the credit crisis. Diluted shareholders by about 40% at the worst time. US is overvalued relative to Canada. If you own, consider moving to Canada where there are better returns and less risk.
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