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 REIT’s Intrinsic Value using DCF model 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 Enterprise Value Calculate...

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 Microsoft going to leader of regenerative AI? Regenerative AI is the buzzword of early 2023. Recently OpenAI’s ChatGPT, DALL-E, and other AI regenerative AI tools making waves around the world, and  Microsoft has been thrown into the spotlight for their “multiyear, multibillion-dollar investment” in...

Balance sheet working capital [Chapter 2.5]

Introduction To calculate Working capital, you only need a company’s Balance sheet. In this blog post we are going to go through: What is Working capital & what does it measure? What is operating working capital & what does it measure? Working capital vs Operating...

PPE [Chapter 2.4]

Introduction Plants, Property, and Equipment are tangible assets of a business. These assets are labeled under Long-term Assets on the balance sheet. Every company requires PP&E to operate and generate revenue. For example: “a coffee house requires a brewing machine to sell coffee”. PP&E are subjected...