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Ridiculous price weakness, not based on fundamentals. AFFO (cash flow) growing 8% annually plus 5.4% dividend yield generating a 13% annual total (trend) return. Sellers are selling on weakness because of recession fear (that will not adversely affect them given quality of their tenants that they track monthly P&L of), Stock price is lower than $42 pre-covid (early 2020) price despite STOR producing higher AFFO and paying a higher dividend. Wonderful buying opportunity for long-term investors (like Buffett). Don't be afraid. Trust STOR's business model.
does anyone know why Christopher Volk was let go?
This stock appears to be a steal under 27 today. Warren likes this better than O.
Why the strong selling pressure. I bought this 2 years ago thinking it’s a nice stable stock but now after 2 years I’m in the red
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I really want to load up on this and forget about it for ten years, but there is a huge gap on this at $26-27. Can't see why it wouldn't fill.
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STORE Capital reached a 52 Week low at 26.53
Warren sold all his shares 🤣
Why sell this stock?
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STORE Capital reached a 52 Week low at 28.02
REITs pay dividends based on AFFO (adjusted funds from operations, a cash flow measure, that includes depreciation, a non-cash expense), not earnings. AFFO is roughly 150% of earnings. STOR pays out in the form of dividends 75-80% of its AFFO and retains 20-25% to invest (with leverage) in growth (new sale-leasebacks). This is how they generate an annual 8% AFFO growth, which with a 5%+ dividend yield generates a 13% total return for investors. I'm always shocked at the lack of financial acumen of some postings. So embarrassing. Why invest in something that you don't understand and then make uninformed comments. Fyi, today's analyst downgrade (comparing the possible impact of a recession oin STOR to the covid depressionary melt-down, totally unrealistic) is creating a wonderful buying opportunity. STOR hasn't even returned to its >$40 stock price achieved in early 2020, pre-covid, despite poised to generate higher earnings and AFFO this year then expected back then. :-)
Buffet owns $840 million worth of stock, this one is a no brainer. Ex dividend (5.xx%) on 30th March.
Guess I can use the dividend to buy more before buffet buys me out
Yahoo says the payout ratio is 150% currently. That’s unsustainable long term. Is this info accurate?
REITs taking a hit after fed rate hike?
Why is this going down?
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STORE Capital is down 4.96% to 27.02
The traders/gamblers/Robinhooders/speculators/millineals who are driving the markets these days have not invested through a full cycle yet. In fact very few people have because this current cycle of growth investing at all costs has been so long. The art of buying quality stable companies has faded. And now that the pandemic has distorted the world (for the short term) the focus has increased on the growth companies. Most value companies like Banks and REITs were out of favor to begin with because they aren't the tech darlings, but now they are doubly shunned because they are more affected by the shut downs. The thing being missed is the good ones are set to withstand the slow downs. The slow down won't last forever. These stocks have sold off 30 to 40% more than discounting the current bad news, but in no way reflective of their normalized earnings power. So the real opportunties in the market today are the stocks most hated. BXP, FRT, UDR and STOR in the REIT sector and also other value names like, BAC, GM, CVS, KO, T and TJX. There is just a huge opportunity in this market and all the money is crowded into one part where the risk is high. The opportunity feels like it did in 2000. It felt horrible. All the darlings were screaming upwards and the old value plays were ignored. It did reverse and when it did no one saw it coming. Value had its day.
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