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Latest News Headlines
3 Aug 2020 15:31:07 -0500 - CorEnergy - CorEnergy Announces Second Quarter 2020 Results, Dividends
28 Jul 2020 15:30:44 -0500 - CorEnergy - CorEnergy Declares Common and Preferred Dividends, Schedules Results Release for Second Quarter 2020
7 Jul 2020 15:31:04 -0500 - CorEnergy - CorEnergy Provides Acquisition Outlook Following Pinedale LGS Sale
23 Jun 2020 07:31:05 -0500 - CorEnergy - CorEnergy Announces Preliminary First Quarter Results; Provides Business Update
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With the price war between Russia and Saudia Arabia, there is a lot of concern that oil & energy companies will be able to pay their debts that mature next year and the years after that. Companies like #CORR are selling at a bargain, paying out a dividend yield of 10%+. I invested in it, in the hopes that it will not need to cut its dividends at any point. Fingers crossed. - Molly23da - 2020-03-09 22:10:09 - See full comment
Millions of share will trade per day for mega-cap REITs like #PLD & #CCI, while for small-cap REITs like #CORR and #ALEX it will trade in the low hundreds of thousand share per day. Of course, volumes have highs and lows across the board for REITs. - 777i - 2019-11-22 23:53:34 - See full comment
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Below are the most recent cash dividends paid by CORR. The percent difference from one dividend payment to the next has also been calculated for your convenience. Dividends flagged as [E] are extraordinary dividend payments.
CorEnergy primarily owns U.S. infrastructure assets used by energy companies under long-term triple-net participating leases. These utility-like assets include pipelines, storage tanks, transmission lines and gathering systems. Our structure as a Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) offers U.S. and non-U.S. investors direct exposure to energy infrastructure in a tax-efficient manner. CorEnergy’s objective is to provide stockholders with a stable and growing cash dividend, supported by long-term contracted revenue.
Dividend Payment Growth: Analysis of how the REIT’s dividend payments have performed during the last three years.
Dividend Payment Consistency: Analysis of how many periods the REIT’s dividends have been paid consistently without a gap in payment.
Dividend to AFFO Payout Ratio Trend: Analysis of the REIT’s Dividend to AFFO Payout Ratios trend during the last two years.
AFFO & Efficiency Section
Operating Expense Efficiency: Analysis of the REIT's Operating Expenses to its Revenues.
Operating Expense Efficiency Trend: Analysis of the trend of the REIT's Operating Expenses to its Revenue.
Interest Coverage Health: Analysis of the REIT’s Interest Coverage health during the last four quarter.
Interest Coverage Health Trend: Analysis of the REIT’s Interest Coverage health trend during the last two years.
Total Debt Interest Rate Competitiveness: Analysis of the REIT’s Interest Rate to Total Debt competitiveness compared to REIT market.
Total Debt Interest Rate Trend: Analysis of the REIT’s Interest Rate to Total Debt trend during the last two years.
Debt Leverage Health: Analysis of the REIT’s Total Debt to Total Assets.
Debt Leverage Health Trend: Analysis of the REIT’s Total Debt to Total Assets over the last two years.
Asset & Revenue Section
Revenues Growth: Analysis of how the REIT's Revenue has performed over the last two years.
Total Asset Growth: Analysis of how the REIT has grown its Total Assets over the last two years.
Portfolio of Properties: Analysis of the REIT's property's strength, size, and geographic distribution.
Tenants: Analysis of the REIT's tenant diversification, operation type, and exposure to risk.
Market Cap Section
Overall REITRating™ Score
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