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So you are generally agnostic of the price, and your decision is made at the time of buy for the yield? Am I getting it correct?

I have some really good (low) entry prices on my REIT shares, which also means really good yields on cost, and I think with the reopening of the economy, that REITs and their dividends will continue to rise. Sure, you can cash out now with great gains, but that's not for me. I want the recurring income.

(And, by the way, I am not all that lucky, because I got into MAC way too soon and I am down by some 47%.)

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