A Few Atomic REIT Dogs

As the newly crowned “dogcatcher,” one of the things that I’m looking for is the safety of the dividend. When I see a hazardous yield walking the streets, I will immediately determine if the divided is tamed, and if it’s not it will be escorted to the dog pound.

Summary

  • My kids have no clue what an “atomic dog” means and I’m certain that most millennial investors may be in the dark.
  • It’s plain that an “atomic” dog is one that is truly unruly and could be dangerous, and I’m confident that when you have to call the “dogcatcher,” it is serious.
  • I need to play the role of the dogcatcher in an effort to protect investors from dangerous dividend bites.

I used to write the Rap Review for my high school newspaper and I remember writing on one of the famous hip-hop tunes, Atomic Dog. My kids have no clue what an “atomic dog” means and I’m certain that most millennial investors may be in the dark. Here are a few lyrics from the George Clinton song,

Dogs of the world unite
Dancin' dogs
Yeah, countin' dogs, funky dogs
Nasty dogs

To be honest, I’m not perfectly clear what Clinton was trying say, but I think he was suggesting that there were some wild pets prowling the neighborhood and that they were wreaking havoc. It’s clear that the pets were unleashed because he went on to sing,

Dogcatcher, dogcatcher
Do the dogcatcher

Anyway, it’s plain that an “atomic” dog is one that is truly unruly and could be dangerous, and I’m confident that when you have to call the “dogcatcher” it is serious.

I began thinking to myself, maybe there are some “atomic” dogs in the REIT universe that need to be tamed by the dogcatcher. A light went off: I need to play the role of the dogcatcher in an effort to protect investors from dangerous dividend bites…

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Here Comes The Dogcatcher

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