REITs

REITs Capital Structure analysis 

REITs must pay out 90% of their taxable income to shareholders annually in the form of dividends. In practice, most REITs distribute 100% of their taxable income to avoid paying corporate-level income tax. As a result, REITs rely on Debt and Equity financing for...

Calculate REITs DCF terminal value in 5 steps

In this blog post, we are going to talk about calculating REIT's current intrinsic value using these 5 steps: Calculate WACC.  Calculate the present value of  Free Cash Flows during the explicit forecast period.  Forecast an estimate of the terminal value Find the Trust’s...

Could Data Center REITs be the most attractive REITs investment for the years to come?

The significance of Data Centers cannot be understated. They housed the infrastructure of the digital age. I have written another article that highlights important points of Data Centers. In this blog post, we are going to discuss why data center REITs could be the best...

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Is SYFE a good brokerage?

Disclaimer: This isn’t a sponsored post, the following article is my own opinion only. Before writing this article, I have been using Syfe for 4 months, and here is my review.   What services does Syfe provide? There are 2 separate Syfe accounts Syfe Wealth and Syfe...

Solvency Ratio

The solvency ratio represents the company's ability to meet its long-term obligations. Long-term obligations include interest payments and amortization of outstanding loans.  Why is the solvency ratio important? It is important because it highlights potential Cash flow issues for the future. Capital structure analysis uses the...

Stagflation

Was first observed in the 1970s in the US market. Stagflation at face value is often described as a period of high inflation, unemployment, and low demand & GDP growth. In this blog post, we are going to address the following queries about stagflation. ...