Yield (finance) - REITs, Royalty Trust, Income Trusts

REITs, Royalty Trust, Income Trusts

Like annuities, distribution yields from REITs, Royalty trusts, and Income trusts often include cash that exceeds the income earned: that is return of capital. $YearlyDistribution / $SharePrice.

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