Do the REIT's continue to be great Investments? Over the last 12 months, REIT's have quietly rallied 12%

Nicholas Forsyth

Market Matters

Do the REIT's continue to be great Investments? Over the last 12 months, REIT's have quietly rallied 12%. Two points to discuss: 1.Australian 3 year bonds are now yielding sub 2% significantly aiding the REIT's. 2.The trend remains your friend and the REIT's have been performing well. The REIT's do not compete with the banks on a yield basis. Generally paying around 1% lower yield and importantly it's unfranked, so we are looking at this sector more for capital gain. 1. WFD - Backing the Frank Lowy family is not a bad play, I am a buyer around $10 targeting $11 and then $13 stops need to be under $7.90. 2. GMG - Technically excellent low risk entry buying around $6.50 with stops under $5.60. 3. SGP - Technically a low risk entry with stops under $4.30. 4. GPT - Technically an excellent buy with stops under $4.10. I think the sector looks excellent supporting my view of lower interest rates for longer. Click here for full report (VIEW LINK)


Nicholas Forsyth
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