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There is a reason it is yielding 9%. The debt is 3 times the equity. The shares are trading at $2. They cannot raise equity or debt.

This is a classic case of chasing yield. There are lot of solid REIT's dividend yield is above 7.5%, say for ex Kimco's dividend yield is 7.5%.

The additional yield vs additional risk is not worth it.
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