1 Dividend Stock Yielding 8% Today

Campus Crest Communities (NYSE: CCG  ) , a REIT focused on the student housing market, has been crushed over the past year – its stock is down 30%. Despite this, Campus Crest's strategy continues to be a strong one and Fund From Operations continued to march higher.

With an attractive valuation and 8% dividend yield, is Campus Crest a good buy today? In this segment of The Motley Fool's financials-focused show, Where the Money Is, banking analysts Matt Koppenheffer and David Hanson discuss the company, the risks it faces, and why it could be a winning stock.

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Editor's note: This video was filmed prior to the recent Campus Crest earnings release and subsequent stock drop. A follow-up video is due out shortly.


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