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American Hotel Income Properties REIT LP T.HOT.UN

Sector: Real Estate | Sub-Sector: REIT - Hotel & Motel

American Hotel Income Properties REIT LP invests in hotel real estate properties in USA. It has two operating segments: Oak Tree Inn hotels that have railroad lodging agreements & Other Branded hotels with no expectation of railroad lodging agreements.
Price: $11.20 Volume: 6,570
Change: +$0.10 % Change: +0.90%
Day High/Low: 11.20/11.15 52 Week High/Low: 11.43/9.27
Last Traded: March 31, 2015 06:50 Transaction Volume: 50
Open: 11.17 Previous Close: 11.10
Bid: 11.16 Ask: 11.20
Bid Size: 400 Ask Size: 800
Market Cap: 273.3m Shares Out: 24.4m
PE Ratio: 79.6 Dividend Yield: 8.1081

Latest Bullboard Posts

  • RE:Hot.Un upgraded by 3/4 analysts .

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    I really liked this stock.  I like the US exposure, the nice dividend, low vacancy rate, and a little growth.  What's not to like ...?   ...

    2.5 stars

  • Hot.Un upgraded by 3/4 analysts .

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    The averageof the 12-18 target prices is $12.88. All of the reports have increased their NAV values for Hot as well as revised FFO and...

    2.5 stars

  • Top Holding

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    James Hodgins was on Market Call on Wed. Although he wasn't asked about HOT.UN, as can be seen, it is one of the largest holdings in his...

    3 stars

  • RE:Payout ratio 80-85%

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    Just getting to listen to the CC this morning, and they noted that the 80 to 85% run-rate payout ratio is based on a 90-cent Canuck Buck....

    1.5 stars

  • Payout ratio 80-85%

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    On the CC, they said the current run-rate payout ratio is 80 to 85%, and I expect that to continue to drop, leading to the likelihood of...

    1.5 stars