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NorthWest Healthcare Properties Real Estate Investment Trust (NWH-UN.TO)

Toronto - Toronto Real Time Price. Currency in CAD
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10.17-0.13 (-1.26%)
As of 11:17AM EDT. Market open.

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    stephanie
    This is an excellent investment right now. No reason why this should be at this price level and the dividend is icing on the cake.
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    Derrick
    Did a bit of math and maybe Im wrong but taking into account market conditions sector prices and recent raise this should in no way be less than 11.28. Maybe a sellinh momentum caused this to be way oversold. Imo. Gl all.
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    Lucas
    loaded more shares at 52 week low, bring on more down side, will keep buying dividend yield nearly 8%
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    Tom
    way over sold here.
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    FlyingV67
    That chart is fugly - Trading at book value. I added more at $10.60. Which unfortunately means i'm averaging down my cost base from previous buys. Good long term entry price here imo.
  • L
    Lucas
    first batch 800 shares, the dividend yield is better than canadian banks, dont want to miss that
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    Ian
    bought me 150 for 11.14 today.
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    Steve
    Bought a small amount today. Will buy a bigger amount if it gets into the mid 11s
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    matthew
    I dont understand why I didn't get my dividend for September?
  • T
    TWF inc
    From CIBC canadian reits monthly.
    Q2/22 missed on FFO and AFFO, with both coming in at $0.19 vs our $0.20 estimate and $0.21 consensus; forex movements
    decreased FFO and AFFO by ~$0.01. For reference, Q2/21 results were $0.21 for both FFO and AFFO. Occupancy remained
    stable at 97% and SP-NOI increased 3.6% (largely driven by rent indexation). Interest and G&A costs were a bit higher than
    expected (though the latter was skewed by higher seasonal costs related to Vital Health’s year-end).We remain bullish on
    NWH’s growth prospects under its returns-enhancing management model, though the Q2/22 miss illustrates the challenge of
    achieving FFOPU growth in concert with asset growth.
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    Ian
    If it fells below 12, I may buy some.
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    Aiden
    Encroaching 8% yield, what a steal
  • C
    Carey
    waiting to 9.80 then the bounce back will come.
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    Ian
    11.86 is a good place to start. Just bought me some 50 shares now and may buy 150 more when the price falls even lower. It will be a nice addition to my income portfolio. I wish it fell into the 10ish, like in 2020.
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    TWF inc
    finally took some time to look at the numbers this quarter, ffo up, affo up, affo per share down, now at 100% payout on affo.. if they would stop issuing shares it would help.. long term it wont matter, and they will likely issue different types of debt and hopefully decrease the share issuances.. need to see spnoi going up.. they have a lot going on and are in growth mode..
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    Steve
    Anyone know what this is about?

    "Building on its experience investing in healthcare precincts, the REIT is working on a new $5 billion Global Healthcare Precinct Fund focusing on the development of new generation assets at the intersection of healthcare, research and education. The REIT is in early-stage discussions with institutional investors and has identified a seed portfolio with which to launch the fund.
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    A different J
    Quite the volume at the end of Friday
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    TWF inc
    im not worried... they are definetly a lot more growth oriented.. They have their fingers and a lot of different pies so I think the results are going to vary quarter to quarter but the long term growth plans are going to boost the stock...nav is growing rapidly. .. give it a couple years, I still stick to my eventual $17 target.. in time of course.
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    Eric
    Would anyone suggest buying now or holding out for a bit because I’m just looking for a cheap stable dividend stock that I won’t really have to worry about