CT Real Estate Invest Trust

CRT.UN-T

Analysis and Opinions about CRT.UN-T

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COMMENT
COMMENT
June 11, 2014

The negative on this is that you have a REIT that has the underlying stores as 80%-90% of your business, which probably means that it is less of a growth vehicle than some of the others, which are a bit smaller, that are trying to grow. Thinks of this as a yield hold only.

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The negative on this is that you have a REIT that has the underlying stores as 80%-90% of your business, which probably means that it is less of a growth vehicle than some of the others, which are a bit smaller, that are trying to grow. Thinks of this as a yield hold only.

BUY WEAKNESS
BUY WEAKNESS
January 17, 2014

Has some good potential. A little expensive at the $11 range, but on any pullbacks, he would Buy. 5.86% dividend yield.

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Has some good potential. A little expensive at the $11 range, but on any pullbacks, he would Buy. 5.86% dividend yield.

BUY
BUY
December 17, 2013

He is a big fan of the real estate. Took a big position. It is a one client operation - Canadian Tire. Now they are looking at neighbouring properties with shops that are where they are because Canadian Tire is next door and people go there.

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He is a big fan of the real estate. Took a big position. It is a one client operation - Canadian Tire. Now they are looking at neighbouring properties with shops that are where they are because Canadian Tire is next door and people go there.

COMMENT
COMMENT
October 23, 2013

He would be careful about these types of REITs in that you are dealing with almost non-arms length negotiations between the REIT and the rent it gets from the tenants. The company is going to maximize the benefits of that to their advantage. He would also be concerned if rates begin to rise as REITs are always somewhat interest sensitive.

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He would be careful about these types of REITs in that you are dealing with almost non-arms length negotiations between the REIT and the rent it gets from the tenants. The company is going to maximize the benefits of that to their advantage. He would also be concerned if rates begin to rise as REITs are always somewhat interest sensitive.

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