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Dundee Real Estate Investment Trust T.D.DB.H

Sector: Real Estate | Sub-Sector: REIT - Office
Primary Symbol: T.D.UN
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.D.DB.K

Dream Office Real Estate Investment Trust is an open-ended real estate investment trust. The Company's portfoliocomprises officepropertieslocatedinurbancentresacrossCanadaand theUnitedStates.
Price: $103.00 Volume: 0
Change: $0.00 % Change: 0.00%
Day High/Low: N/A/N/A 52 Week High/Low: 104.80/101.00
Last Traded: April 16, 2015 06:40 Transaction Volume: 3000
Open: Previous Close: 103.00
Bid: 102.55 Ask: 103.10
Bid Size: 12000 Ask Size: 100000
Market Cap: 52.2m Shares Out: 506280
PE Ratio: N/A Dividend Yield: N/A

Latest Bullboard Posts

  • wow finally some life

    0 stars

    Amazing how many people were not interested in a relatively safe 8% yield

    2 stars


  • Management change

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    Looks like there starting to buy into D.UN in the last little while. Certainly more interesting than the last few yrs. Hopefully it keeps...

    1.5 stars


  • RE:dividend

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    I think the divvy is secure. If they sell of assets to pension funds at a good price and are using the $$ to buy back stock, it will...

    2 stars


  • dividend

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    Currently the yield here is close to 9%. How secure is this in view of the changes and why is not everyone jumping on this reit?. Can...

    1 star


  • any opinions where we go from here?

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    They have changed the management structure. One opinion I read says they will continue to sell holdings and buy back shares as pension...

    2 stars