REITs represent a pool of funds directly invested in real estate properties or mortgage.
Rebalancing investments include asset allocation. The latter means buying and selling assets in order to maximize gains and minimize potential losses.
Here’s how you can invest in real estate in a smart and correct way according to a wealth manager.
About 90 percent of income from REITs go to shareholders each month.
Avoid REITs that buy trophy assets and focus instead on less exciting addresses that throw off a lot of cash.
REITs are unusually bad vehicles for dealing with debt repayment when the Ponzi scheme goes in reverse as REITs cannot retain earnings to de-lever and instead...