Realty Income Corp

O-N

NYSE:O

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0.19 (0.25%)
Realty Income Corporation is a real estate investment trust that invests in shopping centers in the United States and Puerto Rico that are subject to NNN Leases.
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Analysis and Opinions about O-N

Signal
Opinion
Expert
BUY
BUY
November 4, 2019
One of the largest REITs in the US. They are doing interesting things for a company this large. They have long leases. They are trying to branch out. They went abroad and made an interesting investment in the grocery space.
Realty Income Corp (O-N)
November 4, 2019
One of the largest REITs in the US. They are doing interesting things for a company this large. They have long leases. They are trying to branch out. They went abroad and made an interesting investment in the grocery space.
Andrew Moffs
Senior Vice President and Portfolio Manager , Vision Capital
Price
$79.690
Owned
Unknown
BUY
BUY
October 9, 2019
The business of realty income is good. They buy big portfolios of real estate and have the low cost of equity to allow them to make acquisitions. They often offer sale lease-backs to the owners of the assets they buy. You would not be hurt to buy it even here.
Realty Income Corp (O-N)
October 9, 2019
The business of realty income is good. They buy big portfolios of real estate and have the low cost of equity to allow them to make acquisitions. They often offer sale lease-backs to the owners of the assets they buy. You would not be hurt to buy it even here.
Joshua Varghese
Portfolio manager, Signature Global Asset Management, CI Investments
Price
$78.290
Owned
Unknown
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
February 12, 2019
Has long had low volatility. At 3.75%, they bill themselves as the S&P's dividend company. They only 5,600 free-standing companies with tenants who also pay operating costs. That's a good set-up. Only less than 1% of tenants are high-risk. They haven't missed a dividend since 1964. (Analysts’ price target is $66.48)
Realty Income Corp (O-N)
February 12, 2019
Has long had low volatility. At 3.75%, they bill themselves as the S&P's dividend company. They only 5,600 free-standing companies with tenants who also pay operating costs. That's a good set-up. Only less than 1% of tenants are high-risk. They haven't missed a dividend since 1964. (Analysts’ price target is $66.48)
Mike S. Newton, CIM FCSI
Director & Portfolio Manager, Scotia Wealth Management
Price
$69.460
Owned
Yes
COMMENT
COMMENT
April 18, 2017

In the US, they have a whole group of REITs called “Triple Net REITs”. This is where they will basically go to a company and say “You own your building and I will buy it”. It gives a cash inflection, but in exchange for that you would want a long lease. Because of these very long safe leases, all the expenses are in the hands of the tenant, so it is a very safe cash flow stream, like a bond. However, we are going into a point in the interest rate cycle where you perhaps do not want to be owning a bond. Dividend yield of 4.1%.

In the US, they have a whole group of REITs called “Triple Net REITs”. This is where they will basically go to a company and say “You own your building and I will buy it”. It gives a cash inflection, but in exchange for that you would want a long lease. Because of these very long safe leases, all the expenses are in the hands of the tenant, so it is a very safe cash flow stream, like a bond. However, we are going into a point in the interest rate cycle where you perhaps do not want to be owning a bond. Dividend yield of 4.1%.

Derek Warren
Asst Vice President, Lincluden Investment Mgmnt
Price
$62.060
Owned
No
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
July 8, 2016

Triple-net, meaning that they buy a building that is occupied and owned by the tenants, in exchange for a long-term lease. A very low risk, but very bond-like. They’ve been doing well recently with the collapse in interest rates. However, when interest rates reverse you don’t want to own this. Considering that this and bonds in general have had a great run, this is probably not the time to be buying.

Triple-net, meaning that they buy a building that is occupied and owned by the tenants, in exchange for a long-term lease. A very low risk, but very bond-like. They’ve been doing well recently with the collapse in interest rates. However, when interest rates reverse you don’t want to own this. Considering that this and bonds in general have had a great run, this is probably not the time to be buying.

Derek Warren
Asst Vice President, Lincluden Investment Mgmnt
Price
$69.910
Owned
Unknown
COMMENT
COMMENT
November 17, 2015

This is a great time for REITs. They have been phenomenal creators of value. You need to really focus in on high quality ones. All of them, no matter how good, suffer from a rate rise risk. Cap rates are pretty low now and real estate has done extremely well. There are a lot of good reasons to suggest they are good companies, but the timing is tough. Broadly speaking, in real estate, he feels this is a cycle we are going into now. Anybody who is in the brokering side of it, as opposed to the operating side, you are probably a little bit better off. You could consider CBRE Group (CBG-N) which should work a little bit better for you.

Realty Income Corp (O-N)
November 17, 2015

This is a great time for REITs. They have been phenomenal creators of value. You need to really focus in on high quality ones. All of them, no matter how good, suffer from a rate rise risk. Cap rates are pretty low now and real estate has done extremely well. There are a lot of good reasons to suggest they are good companies, but the timing is tough. Broadly speaking, in real estate, he feels this is a cycle we are going into now. Anybody who is in the brokering side of it, as opposed to the operating side, you are probably a little bit better off. You could consider CBRE Group (CBG-N) which should work a little bit better for you.

Cameron Hurst
Chief Investment Officer, Equium Capital Management
Price
$48.440
Owned
Unknown
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