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Author Mr Return     View Profile     Add to favourites     Ignore
Date posted 2017-10-12 16:34
Subject Re: Inflation linked dividends?   View parent message
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Hello !

Glad to see that I am not the only one watching FCPT. Great dividend stock and I imagine slightly lower than average risk due to large tenant base.

I do not see BOE interest rate rise beyond 0.5 -0.75 over the next three years from the current level. It is simply unaffordable to serve more state debt.

I reckon that in 1,2,3 years dividend yields of 3% will be the top of the range and therefore I do see a bit potential upwards for FCPT over the next 5 years. 180 - 200 in 2022 perhaps + yearly dividends - that is a very nice savings plan it seems.

Nice drop today to 145.5 ! I am buying some more. I wonder whether FCPT moves up back to 147/148/149 over the next two weeks again for investors to secure the dividend? Everyone who has sold today and does not really need the cash will have to think where to invest the money again...

I also hold HICL and CNA.

Do you have a few more recommendations ?
I am also looking at "megatrends" and am speculating that car parking stocks might be more in demand since all the electric and self driving cars will need to be charged and maintained somewhere in city centres.

Large car parking providers might become the petrol stations and service stations of the future = added business. Has anyone an opinion on that thought ?


Mr. R

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