What is the latest “Rule Breaker” from Motley Fool?

By mdmatheson, March 28, 2013

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What is the 4G LTE REIT that David Gardner is currently hyping in his infomercial?

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    1. alas
      Apr 12 2013, 02:44:06 pm

      I have seen several high tech REIT comments, but none of them from Rule Breakers. American Tower sounds the closest.
      Here are four recent names that I have seen elsewhere:
      There are three primary REIT players in the datacenter sector: Digital Realty (DLR), DuPont Fabros (DFT) and CoreSite Realty (COR). Of the three, Digital Realty is, by a large margin, the largest of the three (by market capitalization). American Tower Corporation (AMT), a real estate investment trust, operates as a wireless and broadcast communications infrastructure company. It develops, owns, and operates communications sites. AMT is the market leader in the wireless tower industry, and we think further tower purchases will enable it to continue to achieve greater economies of scale. We believe the network upgrades to 4G, notably LTE and WiMAX, will provide an additional revenue boost over the next several years. On March 22 2012, AMT announced its first ever quarterly distribution ($0.21 per share) to stockholders as it completed its REIT conversion in January. ATM is trading at $63.75 with a dividend yield of 1.33%. In the past year, the stock has hit a 52-week low of $46.04 and a 52-week high of $64.55. American Tower stock has been showing support around $63.59 and resistance in the $64.71 range. Technical indicators for the stock are bullish and S&P gives American Tower a very positive 5 STARS (out of 5) strong buy rating. Projected EPS for 2012 is $1.73 and $2.35 in 2013.

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