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A REIT Yielding 8.8% That Benefits When Rates Rise

These days, investors tend to focus too much on the perceived relationship between interest rates and REIT performance. Rising bond yields may unsettle markets in the short term, but what matters most in the long run is the direction of the economy and job growth.
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