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The stock market is irrational and
mostly overpriced and since we can't control market volatility then as
investors we have to be prepared to profit from it.
I like dividend paying stocks, primarily REITs, and generally hold long term. After considering an issues credit rating/debt, cash flow and valuation a clearer picture emerges on which to act.
I prefer to keep trades to a minimum with a condensed and focused income generating portfolio. This has enabled me to consistently outperform the broader market with less volatility and above average yields.
|(REIT) REIT Opportunity Fund|
|MODEL INCEPTION (04/03/2009)||AVG. ANNUAL RETURN||S&P TOTAL RETURN||Actions|
|8+ YRS||15.74%||16.08%||View Fund Stats Track Fund|
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