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Artis Real Estate Investment Trust T.AX.UN

Sector: Real Estate | Sub-Sector: REIT - Diversified
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.AX.DB.C | T.AX.DB.F | T.AX.DB.U | T.AX.PR.A | T.AX.PR.E | T.AX.PR.U | T.AX.PR.G

Artis Real Estate Investment Trust is a closed-end real estate investment trust. The Company owns, manages, leases and develops retail, industrial and office properties in Canada and the United States.
Price: $15.55 | Change: +$0.01 | %Change: +0.06%
Volume: 446,098 | Day High/Low: 15.69/15.48 | 52 Week High/Low: 16.36/13.75
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ax.un

http://www.stockchase.com/company/view/2743/Artis-Real-Estate-Investment-Trust-referenced-by-Jaime-Carrasco  rate and reply
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FYI >>> Jan15thDRIP shares@$14.61545

; >)  rate and reply
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Technical Aspect

The chart on Artis Reit looks very compelling at this time.  I looked at the charts on several other Reits and they do not have nearly the positive chart that this one has. If we can break that tripe...read more
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Breaking out of that two month divot

with another nice leg up. Another rise in SP like today and this will be touching on a new 52 week high. Good to see.  rate and reply
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Andy Nasr today

one of his top picks at BNN  : AX.UN  rate and reply
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RE:AX.UN

http://www.bnn.ca/Video/player.aspx?vid=526008  rate and reply
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AX.UN

Raymond James: AX.UN an attractive entry point-Raymond James- 12% discount 1/4 of net asset value will help offset risk of slowdown in western Canada upgraded to outperform and a $16 price target...read more
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ax.un targets

http://finance.yahoo.com/q/ao?s=AX-UN.TO  rate and reply
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RE:ax.un

Derek Warren  today   --time to buy-  rate and reply
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ax.un

http://www.investing.com/equities/artis-reit-technical  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:ax.un

SargeX, I'm also a DIY investor and also retired.  I have 3 REITS, AX, AP, and BYP.un.  I don't have the same % as you have; my largest % would be the banks (RY, TD, CM, BNS) and I too want the...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:ax.un

Hey Lundu I'm a retired DIY and have ~20% of my total investments in REITs. They all pay great distributions and allow me to live off my dividend/distribution income without having to sell anything...read more
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Alex Avery

http://Alex Avery http://www.bnn.ca/Video/player.aspx?vid=518456 top picks: AX.UN DIR.UN MRG.UN  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:ax.un

Thank you TimeBuilder and Teekae for the information.  It has been very helpful.  And it is quite true that you don't actually have to sell Artis.  It becomes kind of like a perpetual bond, providing...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:ax.un

Sorry to throw a spanner in your calculations, but a REIT's distribution is taxed as normal income, so the max rate would be closer to 48%. Of course, some of the distribution may be return of capital...read more
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RE:RE:RE:ax.un

Capital gains tax is lower than dividend income but more (much more) importantly its deferred. So you dont pay it until you sell. So your 4 years of distributions, lets say you get $1000 a year, if...read more
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FYI >> Dec15thDRIP shares@$13.7909 ;)

PS: We hold this only in tax protected accounts ...so that the distribution splitting does not become a issue at taxation time......Also treasury DRIP (if avaiable) ALL holdings in tax protected...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:ax.un

Chupacabrabueno, I just re-checked my 2013 return (I assumed it was the same as the 2010 and 2012 but it isn't)) and there is a small portion of the total that is not return of Capital.  Of the total...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:ax.un

Wow - very strange! Normally the lion's share of distributions would be dividend. Getting all of it as return of capital would be the most tax efficient. But that would also imply that Artis was not...read more
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RE:RE:RE:ax.un

Chupacabrabueno, Thanks for the reply.  I went back over my tax returns from when I first purchased Artis in 2010 and every monthly payment is all return of capital.  There is no dividend per se.  So...read more