This list covers over 225 real estate investment trusts (“REITs”). REITs typically provide high dividends and the potential for moderate capital appreciation. These companies are required to pay out at least 90% of their taxable income to shareholders in the form of dividends, making them a strong income-generating investment.
Con Edison faces intense political pressure following Tropical Storm Isaias, which hit the East Coast on August 4. Isaias caused the second largest number of power outages in Con Edison's history; only Superstorm Sandy in [...]
Best Buy's performance during the pandemic has exceeded our expectations, prompting us to upgrade the company's Dividend Safety Score from Borderline Safe to Safe. Best Buy reported earnings results on August 25, recording comparable sales growth of 5.8% despite its stores [...]
On August 24, Portland General Electric (PGE) disclosed that its energy trading activities in wholesale electricity markets will incur third quarter losses of up to $155 million. For context, the regulated utility over the last year generated [...]
In 2017, Target's dividend yield approached 5% as investors worried about the long-term fate of big-box retailers in the age of Amazon. The company's same-store sales had started declining as more shopping migrated online, and [...]