Inland Real Estate Corp

  • 5 High-Yield Dividend Companies That Pay Monthly

    By Karin Hernandez - May 28, 2013 | Tickers: ARCP, IRC, LTC, O, SJR

    If you’re investing for income, you probably want that income to hit your bank account as smoothly and as frequently as possible so that you can plan your expenditures with a relative degree of confidence. A roller-coaster ride of highs and lows in your bank balance would make it more difficult to pay bills on time, unless you are extremely good at sticking to a rigid budget.

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  • 4 Small-Cap Low-Volatility REITs With High Yields

    By Meena Krishnamsetty - April 28, 2013 | Tickers: GOV, IRC, LTC, UHT

    Generally speaking, Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) have paid attractive yields, comparable to the recent returns of this strategy. After all, they are legally required to distribute at least 90% of their taxable income to unit-holders. Especially appealing to prudent income investors seeking high yields could be REITs that offer low volatility and consistent returns over time. Here, volatility is measured as the standard deviation (or variability) of the REITs more »

  • Insiders Are Buying These High Dividend Stocks

    By Meena Krishnamsetty - January 30, 2013 | Tickers: HTA, IRC, MFA, NMFC, NS

    We track insider purchases because stocks bought by insiders tend to outperform market indices (see our analysis of studies on insider trading). While this is somewhat interesting on its own, the relationship becomes considerably stronger (though it still does not work in many cases) when considering stocks that multiple insiders, or a “consensus” are buying (Read more about consensus insider purchases). We looked through our database of insider trading filings more »

  • The MVP of the REITs

    By Ryan Guenette - August 29, 2012 | Tickers: IRC, KIM, NNN, O, RPAI

    Recent report displays an economic environment that is mildly darkening. China’s magnificent growth story is not over, but is significantly slowing, prompting officials to scheme up plans for a “soft landing.” The entire continent of Europe is engrossed in recession. The International Monetary Fund is meeting with the purpose of saving the euro currency, which has proven to be a monumental task. The American economy is puttering along, threatening more »

  • Why This Company Is “O” So Rewarding

    By Ryan Guenette - August 28, 2012 | Tickers: IRC, KIM, O, ROIC, RPAI

    The United States’ unemployment rate is again on the rise. The entire European Union is on the brink of falling into recession, as the International Monetary Fund attempts to present a response that will keep the continent currency alive. The Chinese Government is realizing their growth trend is downward sloping, and is attempting to make a “soft landing” from their glory days. Even Wall Street traders do not believe in more »