The climb is fast but the drawdown is also fast for the low growth high dividend payers.
I am not sure how many were trapped inside, but mosi at mosi.sg came up with an article to say there may be a CAP on how high these will go or even more distressing downside.
I am rather lazy to explain so I came up with this.
You can read more in a previous article How Will Rising Interest Rates Could Dampen Investment in REITs
This segment is good when costs are low but if costs normalized, you wonder how they are possibly going to climb with rentals already that high.
The actual FED action may be at least a year away that’s my feel.
Your black swan is when even the FED couldn’t keep the rates down even if they want to.
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