This real estate investment trust offers a generous yield and a differentiated business model. Here's why it's a rock in a market storm.
News & Analysis: W. P. Carey
WPC earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2020.
This bellwether net-lease REIT has stumbled badly. What happened, and how should investors react to the subpar performance?
Even with the market near all-time highs you can still find good companies with generous dividend yields. Here are three to look at now.
While investors may be worried that the pandemic is taking a bite out of STORE Capital's rent payments, there's a deeper issue they ought to be focusing on.
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W.P. Carey offers me something that no other REIT does today, and that makes the stock a long-term hold.
This pair of high-quality names in out-of-favor sectors can help juice the income your portfolio generates.
The real estate market is tough today, but that's got W.P. Carey thinking about buying -- which is its usual M.O.
This REIT is showing off the strength of its business model at a time when others are crumbling under the strain of COVID-19 shutdowns.