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Last rating update for O was made by a ValueForum member on Jul. 1 2006, 5:33 PM ET. Factoring this and past ratings, on average O is rated 3.00 on a scale of Strong Buy (1.00) to Strong Sell (5.00) by 1 different member(s) of ValueForum.com. Full rating pages available to members only (click here) contain additional rating information including commentary by the 1 member(s) who entered the ratings. These ratings are posted by site users; this content is not intended to be investment advice, nor does it represent the opinion of, counsel from, or recommendations by ValueForum.com

REALTY INCOME CORPORATION (NYSE: O)
Last Trade
4:02 p.m. - 70.53
Change
 0.05 ( 0.07%)
Shares Traded
14,079
Day's Volume
1,305,632
Book Value
NA
Price/Book
NA
Beta
0.4333
Day's Range
70.41 - 71
Prev Close
70.58
Open
70.57
52 Wk Range
52.37 - 74.14
EPS
1.34
PE
52.63
Monthly Div/Shr
0.226
Ex-Div
05/31/19
Yield
3.85%
Shares Out.
316.47M
Market Cap.
22.32B
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