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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: $14.32 | Change: +$0.05 | %Change: +0.35%
Volume: 887,615 | Day High/Low: 14.37/14.10 | 52 Week High/Low: 16.36/13.75
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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
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RE:RE:ax.un

Quick answer, capital gains tax is normally (always I think) less than tax on dividends.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:ax.un

The portion of the distribution that is considered a return of capital rather than a dividend is not taxed, but is deducted from your cost base that will be used to calculate capital gain/loss when...read more
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RE:ax.un

I have a question for the board.  Most of the Artis monthly income is return of capital.  Now I bought Artis in the $9. range and have been receiving monthly payments for quite a few years.  But this...read more
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ax.un

fith leg down expected to come in on the 15th I am guessing $13 to $13.50 would be an entry point. but who really   knows  rate and reply
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RE:RE:any reason for decline?

New to the board and in the same boat with respect to AX.  Have decided to stay in and buy more if it dips to the $13.50 range.  All my reits are down, and I attribute that to tax loss selling and...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:any reason for decline?

They are a little bit "western", as well as a bit American. They are industrial, office and retail, in that order. Taken together with the SP performance of other REITs - the message seems to be that...read more
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RE:RE:RE:any reason for decline?

maybe because Artis is perceived as a "western" reit, having a lot of property in areas that people consider "oil country."  Just a guess on my part, as Artis has proterty in other places that aren't...read more
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RE:RE:any reason for decline?

Perhaps tax loss selling. Maybe fear of a general economic & market collapse. The prospect of higher interest rates is often cited when REIT shares decline. But this kind of precipitous drop is more...read more
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RE:any reason for decline?

Coolheads - I have been mulling over the same question you have posted. It appears that all the REIT's are in the same boat, not just Artis.   I realize there was quite a market sell off yesterday...read more
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REITS/oil

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-investor/investment-ideas/stock-selloff-brings-out-the-bargain-hunters/article22015897/  rate and reply
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RE:any reason for decline?

http://www.stockchase.com/expert/view/1321  rate and reply
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any reason for decline?

Recognizing the general decline in oils impacts the broader market, however, surprised by the decline in REITs, particularly Artis which has decent US exposure and some speculation on a buyout...read more
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FYI >> Nov14thDRIP shares@$14.985 EOM

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ax.un

technicals looking promissing I think once the unit get over the $16 resistence we could see much higher levels http://www.4-traders.com/ARTIS-REAL-ESTATE-INVESTM-1409119/technical_analysis-full/  rate and reply
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Derek Warren

safe company with a safe payout I think a 10% increase is not out of the question  so  ~ $17 unless someone buys the company as several analysts suggested in the past.  rate and reply
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AX.UN Paul Gardner

http://www.stockchase.com/company/view/2743/Artis-Real-Estate-Investment-Trust-referenced-by-Paul-Gardner--CFA  rate and reply