The first blog entry should help you answer the questions of whether or not you could invest in the stock. The 2nd blog entry deals with its current price, but you can compare days gone by median ideals to current ones to find out if you would want to invest in it today.
For example, you can compare current P/E Ratios from financial sites to the median P/E Ratios given in my blog. The Reuter and G&M can both offer you current ratios. For Reuter, use TO following the stock symbol to find stock listings for Canadian companies. For Brookfield Asset Mgt the symbol would be “BAMa.TO”. For any dividend paying stock collection, you might want to buy Real Estate stocks after you buy safer Utilities and financial stocks and then after less safe Consumer and Industrial stocks and shares. See my site for information on setting up a collection.
Brookfield Asset Mgt. (TSX-BAM.A). The 5-year median dividend produce is low at 1.89% and the DPRs are correspondingly low. Also, this company has not elevated their dividends since 2009. For my blog entries dated August 2011, click here or here. Brookfield Properties Corp. (TSX-BPO). The 5-season median dividend produce is 3.57% and the DPRs are in a manageable level.
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The 5-yr development in dividend is just 2.3%, which would be about or simply north of the inflation rate. Also, this company have not elevated their dividends since 2008. For my blog entries dated August 2011, click here or here. Calloway Real Estate Investment Trust. Year median dividend produce is 6 The 5.96%, and the DPRs are much too high but are coming down. This investment Trust is payout some 93% of distributable income in distributions. The 5 calendar year development in dividend is just 2.47% which would be just north of the inflation rate. This ongoing company have not elevated their dividends since 2008. December 2011 For my blog entries dated, just click here or here. Canadian PROPERTY. (TSX-REF.UN).
The 5 12 months median dividend yield is 4.96% and the DPRs are a little high but fine. This investment Trust is spending some 61% of distributable income in distributions. The 5-year development in dividend is just 1.9%, which would be just at or slightly below the inflation rate. They have been increasing their dividends to just over 2% within the last 2 years. I own units in this REIT.
For my blog entries dated March 2011, click here or here. First Service Corp. (TSX-FSV). This stock does not pay a dividend, however the ongoing company does concern Preferred Shares to stockholders in 2008. Because Preferred Shares was issued, there wouldn’t normally be dividend increases. CDN shareholders. Total growth over previous 5 years was 7%, including Preferred Shares.
For my blog entries dated December 2011, click here or here. H & R Real Estate Investment Trust (TSX-HR.UN). The 5 12 months median dividend produce is 6% and the DPRs were high but are coming down. Melcor Development (TSX-MRD). Calendar-year median Dividend produce of 2 This stock has a 5.78% and they paid out a low portion in DPRs. I have possessed this stock since 2008 and I have made a complete comeback of 7.8% per year. April 2011 For my blog entries dated, just click here or here. MI Developments (TSX-MIM.A). I used to possess this stock.
I bought it in 2004 and 2006 and sold it in 2009 2009. My total comeback was a negative 22% per calendar year. This was a Frank Stronach company. Their DPRs were high rather, as the company was not making hardly any money, but yield was generally around only 1 1.5%. For my blog entries dated February 2011, click here or here. RIOCAN REIT (TSX-REI.UN). This REIT is possessed by me.
I bought it originally in 1998 and then some more in 2000 and 2006. My total comeback was 16.9% per yr. Their 5-season median dividend yield is 6.3%. Their DPRs were rather high, and the Payout from Distributable Income reaches 90%. They have been increasing the distributions consistent with inflation.