A Review Of Passive Income From REIT ARR

…Mey here on Monday morning listening to 6 Figure Shortcuts (which is the best course in building a 6 Figure income online EVER) and blogging about A Review Of Passive Income From REIT ARR

…so, to become financially free you need to have passive income…

…one way that my husband and I make money is that we invest in REITs (click here for an introduction to REITs), and most of our money is in one REIT in particular – ARR…

…to understand more about ARR, go ahead and click here to get an explanation of what a Ticker symbol is and how to research it on free websites

…this REIT pays a monthly dividend of about 16%…

…you might think WOW, that’s great…

…that’s why my husband and I bought so much of it…

…well, the price kept dropping and now the money that we put into it is worth half of what we invested (we kept buying as the price kept falling too)…

…and when the stock price goes down, the amount of money paid in dividends goes down as well…

…then a couple of months ago the stock did a 8 to 1 reverse split, meaning that 8 stocks were combined to make 1 stock…

…so it was about $2.80 per stock and then it became $22.40 per share…

…that’s when my husband and I stopped buying and just watched…

…reason is the stock could still fall in value, and then be reverse split again…

…so, the stock price has been stable since the reverse split, which happened back in August 2015…

…during this time, we still make a lot of money from the dividends from the shares of ARR that we already bought…

…so I decided to review where we were at…

…the fact that the value of our stock has decreased does not concern me as much as the dividend income decreasing…

…the reason we invested in ARR is for passive income…dividends…

…so I calculated the amount of dividends that we have received divided by the amount of money that we have invested and the return has come out to 9% over the last 5 years that I personally have been investing in ARR…

…now that’s still pretty good…

…so it basically went from 16% face value of dividends and became really 9%…

…now, truthfully, past results do not predict the future…

…so I don’t know if ARR is going to go down or up in the future…

…they say what goes up must go down, well it hasn’t gone up in the last 5 years, and it’s just been steady for the last 5 months…

…and I honestly started thinking that it might be a stock that perpetually goes down, and then reverse splits and then goes down again…

…I don’t know…

…I will say this, I’m ok with the money that I have invested in ARR so far…

…afterall, last year my husband and I claimed about $5,000 in passive income…

…which was mostly from ARR…

…and that’s pretty good…

…if we moved to Thailand or Taiwan we would already by free…

…even though it used to be more than double…

…that’s still a lot of passive income for the amount that we invested…

…not sure if I will buy more…

…probably will invest in a more stable ARR like GOOD…

…even though it gives a smaller return of about 8%…

…I hope that gives you a good idea of the risks involved in buying ARR…

…my brother actually told me that the higher the return, the more risky (usually) is the investment…

…let me know what you think of this review in the comments below!

P.S.

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7 thoughts on “A Review Of Passive Income From REIT ARR

  1. Great post Mey! It’s great to aim for financial freedom but SO important to learn the skills and no what you are doing. Happy Passive Income to you đŸ˜‰

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