Medical Properties Trust Inc (MPW)

11.40
-0.59(-4.92%)
After Hours
11.45
+0.05(+0.44%)
- Real-time Data
  • Volume:
    17,432,678
  • Day's Range:
    11.17 - 11.76
  • 52 wk Range:
    11.17 - 24.13
Trading near 52-week Low

Medical Properties has hit the lowest price it has traded for over the last year (52 week period). This is a technical indicator that can be used to analyze the stock's current value and predict future price movement.

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MPW Overview

Prev. Close
11.99
Day's Range
11.17-11.76
Revenue
1.62B
Open
11.63
52 wk Range
11.17-24.13
EPS
2
Volume
17,432,678
Market Cap
6.83B
Dividend (Yield)
1.16
(10.18%)
Average Vol. (3m)
9,248,221
P/E Ratio
6.46
Beta
0.819
1-Year Change
-42.6%
Shares Outstanding
598,839,000
Next Earnings Date
Oct 27, 2022
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Medical Properties Trust Inc Company Profile

Medical Properties Trust Inc Company Profile

Medical Properties Trust, Inc. is a real estate investment trust (REIT), which is engaged in the business of investing in, owning, and leasing healthcare real estate. The Company conducts all of its operations through its subsidiary, MPT Operating Partnership, L.P. The Company acquires and develops healthcare facilities and lease the facilities to healthcare operating companies under long-term net leases. It also makes mortgage loans to healthcare operators collateralized by their real estate assets. In addition, the Company selectively make loans to certain of its operators through its taxable REIT subsidiaries (TRS). The Company have healthcare investments in the United States, Europe, Australia, and South America. The Company’s portfolio (including real estate assets in joint ventures) consists of approximately 438 properties leased or loaned to 53 operators, of which three are under development and five were in the form of mortgage loans.

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Analyst Price Target

Average18.00 (+57.89% Upside)
High23
Low15
Price11.4
No. of Analysts15
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Buy
Analysts 12-Month Price Target

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  • and another minimum at $11.17 today. Are we going down to $9.78 or is it going to stop half-way there around 6.5 P/FFO ratio? There are already tensions among experts saying prolonging rates increase is not the correct solution and it should stop at one time. But how much damage does this really do to MPW?
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    • Today it is at $11.63. Should I wait until P/FFO ratio is dragged lower to 7 or 6? Then Price would be $11.42 and $9.78 respectively. When Fed decides not to increase rates anymore, then MPW will try to go up again. But until then, the future of all listed REITs is downwards.
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      • an article from seeking alpha came up two days ago suggesting Strong Buy rating for MPW. I still believe it can go further down to $12.50 but probably it would be a good opportunity to buy at $14 as well. depending on your risk appetite
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        • the FCF is way above the dividend.this is a strong buy.
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        • True, 2021s FFO is 975,988,000 which means a P/FFO ratio of 8,46 at the moment. And 2Q2022 earnings were significantly higher than 2Q2021-
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        • What if P/FFO ratio is dragged lower to 7 or 6? Then Price would be $11.42 and $9.78 respectively. But market psychology indicates that from 2013-2018, share price moved around $12.50 so maybe there is a strong support that may allow for a rebounce from that level. Or maybe it breaks it towards $10.88 looking for 2015 ending months levels.
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      • When indoctrinated leftist, globalist, communist, anti-USA idiots control powerful governments and companies this is what we get. The worst people on the planet control nearly everything. Especially major news and academics.
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        • Well, just as I told you guys, confidence in this company keeps decreasing. Why? Maybe because of German's powerful real state crisis which is near and new regulations may come up, dragging down Grand City, Vonovia and other REITs. Also, European healthcare REITs are not recovering from bad reputational scandal Orpea's case which has damaged systemically other healthcare REITs such as Cofinimmo, Care Property Invest or Aedifica. Extreme capitalism has its consequences. Capitalism should understand that people come first
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          • Capitalism has never understood that people come first. Only profits.
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        • Fair value of 20, sub $19 a share should lock in double digit gains long term with a generous 6%+ dividend yield.
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          • Price target could probably be $12.50 if confidence keeps decreasing
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            • Too much debt, dividend payout too high (>100%) but hopefully with its good results in the first trimestre it will be less stressed. We'll see how it goes. Maybe investors drag it down to $12.30 or maybe their expectations make the company increase beyond $20 again. Some rating agencies have already downgraded the stock (Deutsche Bank, Jefferies). That gives us less confidence to invest in it
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              • It's a pity that a company that could be very profitable has a too-high debt burden that weights on its shoulder
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            • Finally it's starting to pay off with some momentum
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              • This thing has been a nightmare to hold, trading sideways for several months.
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