Do Stock Prices Move Too Much to be Justified By Subsequent Changes in Dividends? A simple model that is commonly used to interpret movement in corporate common stock price indexes asserts that real stock prices equal the present value of rationally expected or optimally forecasted future real dividends by a constant real discount rate.
Chilton Capital's REIT Composite was up 6.1% last month, compared to the MSCI U.S. REIT Index, which gained 4.4%. Year to date, Chilton is up 6.3% net and 6.5% gross, compared to the index's 8.8% return. The firm met virtually with almost 40 real estate investment trusts last month and released the highlights of those Read More