(Postal Trust Realty – Properties)

2020 has been a very difficult year for most REITs. The popular Vanguard REIT ETF (VNQ) is still down double digits this year. Retail, commercial, and lodging REITs have been hit the hardest as COVID lockdowns have led to a decline in rental revenue. However, there are a few niche segments of the REIT industry that have been almost entirely unimpacted by the crisis. One of which is Postal Realty Trust (PSTL).

PSTL is one of the most unique REITs on the market. The company has one tenant, the U.S. Postal Service and, currently, owns about 700 properties and 3.9M sqft of postal properties. These properties are all over the country and have a 100% occupancy rate. PSTL is a relatively new REIT that was launched last year and, as you can see below, has had roughly flat performance since inception:

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We have issued an updated research report on Rexnord Corporation RXN on Oct 1.

The Milwaukee, WI-based company manufactures and provides water management, and process and motion control products.

The company belongs to the Zacks Manufacturing – Electronics industry, which in turn comes under the ambit of the Zacks Industrial Products sector. There are a number of factors that are influencing IDEX’s prospects. The important factors are briefly discussed below.

Multiple Tailwinds: Rexnord has a solid customer base in various end markets, including non-residential construction, food & beverage, mining and global water infrastructure. In addition, the company’s solid product offerings (including couplings, gears, mechanical seals, engineered valves and others), investments in innovation, focus on operational execution, digital transformation and debt reduction are its boons.

Also, Rexnord has been benefiting — in the form of reduced structural costs and facility footprint as well as restricted capital expenditure — from its supply-chain

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Billionaire George Soros Places Bet on 3 High-Yield Dividend Stocks

“If investing is entertaining, if you’re having fun, you’re probably not making any money. Good investing is boring.”The words are George Soros’, and whatever you may think of his politics or activism, it is impossible to deny that he is one of the world’s greatest stock market investors. In some 30 years of active trading, his hedge fund saw an annualized average return exceeding 30%; it was one of the greatest runs of sustained profits in Wall Street’s history. Soros ran his hedge fund behind the scenes, building a portfolio based on reliable dividends and solid returns.He has continued that strategy in recent years, after taking his firm private. Considering his aphorism, ‘Good investing is boring,’ it’s no wonder that Soros gravitates toward stocks with proven returns. His recent new positions simply bear this out, as Soros has bought

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