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Investment trusts. A survey of the activities and forms of investment trusts with recommendations for statutory regulation by the New York State Department of Law. Albert Ottinger, attorney general. by Timothy J Shea

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StatementBy Timothy J. Shea, assistant attorney general. Bureau of Securities
ContributionsNew York (State). Dept. of Law
The Physical Object
Pagination136 p. ;
Number of Pages136
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14721714M
LC Control Number29027179

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  Real estate investment trusts are historically one of the best-performing asset classes available. An increase in interest rates would translate into a decrease in mortgage REIT book values Author: Will Ashworth. The Investment Trusts Handbook is an editorially independent educational publication, available through bookshops and online. The publication is supported by Aberdeen Standard, Fidelity International, Jupiter Asset Management and Polar Capital. Finally, you may be interested in a new book which is a good read for investment company. By Robert Tyson, Eric Tyson. Real estate investment trusts (REITs) are for-profit companies that own and generally operate different types of options for REIT investments are extremely broad and cover virtually every type of real estate. You can choose your favorite REIT from the following property types. Real estate investment trusts, or REITs, provide a way for investors to receive capital appreciation and income from real estate without having to actually purchase and maintain property. It’s like being an owner/landlord without all the hassles and responsibilities that typically accompany those roles. True to their name, REITs are trusts, not corporations.

Investment trusts trade like shares on an exchange. They are closed ended (don’t accept new investor funds) and can trade at a discount or premium to their actual net asset values. The book does a much better job of explaining the differences and goes into a lot more : James Yardley. Buy Real Estate Investment Trusts Handbook, ed. (Securities Law Handbook Series) at Legal Solutions from Thomson Reuters. Get free shipping on law books. Investment trust, also called closed-end trust, financial organization that pools the funds of its shareholders and invests them in a diversified portfolio of differs from the mutual fund, or unit trust, which issues units representing the diversified holdings rather than shares in the company itself.. Investment trusts have a fixed amount of outstanding shares that are bought. The Investment Trusts Handbook is an editorially independent educational publication, available through bookshops and online. The publication is supported by Aberdeen Standard, Fidelity International, Jupiter Asset Management and Polar Capital.