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your post is not totally responsable,as it
does not say anything about the fact that has
been proved by a lot of scientific work:
Reits DO improve at a certain "dose"signific.
the SP500 return.
They have-by law (and which div.-paying company can say that otherwise...)a payout-ratio of 95%of
ebida.Due to interest-rate-fluctuations these
securities move quite sharply into various
directions....the last two years have been bad,
indeed.....but that meant still having them
now in a range of 8% dividend....which is only
about 50%taxed.Not so "shabby"indeed,or!?
Expect -during a 30-year-ride- about 12-14%
total-return...with quarterly-cheques...
and without having to rely ONLY in a steadily
appreciation of stocks.
Since many years benefit with having a stable
retiered not care about the actual I would never run around my
"ask"what it would be worth.
Greetings from Spain!
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