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Innovative Industrial Properties, Inc. (IIPR)

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    m0r2lf1b3r
    Innovative Industrial Properties FFO beats by $0.07, beats on revenue

    love green;)
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    e
    What is the quickest way to view earnings? What site/source do you use?
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    Miguel
    The ratio of of tenant improvement cash payouts to rent revenue received is extremely high. Therefore even though IIPR reports earnings, there are no real earnings. The TI collateral is not going to appreciate like real estate and the purchase price must be significantly higher than the intrinsic property value. Furthermore the entire business could be invalidated within a year or two by proposed laws, yet the business valuation at the current stock price is about 50 years of "earnings."
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    Skiperdoodle
    I predict a 1.17 in earnnings.
  • K
    Kevin
    Another amazing earnings report
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    DONNA
    More biz! Keep it comin iipr!
  • C
    Cole
    Fly free IIPR ! 👏👏👏
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    Yiran
    MIke Jones, what stocks do you recommend?
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    Kelley
    SOLID...
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    Sammyboy
    Used to be a nice board to follow as an IIPR long. Muting the bashers makes it enjoyable again. Thanks, Yahoo, for this super easy fix.
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    Miguel
    Another unheeded warning from IIPR's lawyer, "If any of the proposed bills in Congress became law, there would be further increased competition for the acquisition of properties that can be leased to licensed cannabis operators, and such operators would have greater access to alternative financing sources with lower costs of capital. These factors may reduce the number of operators that wish to enter into lease transactions with us or renew leases with us, or may result in us having to enter into leases on less favorable terms with tenants, each of which may significantly adversely impact our profitability and ability to generate cash flow and make distributions to our stockholders."
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    STOCK NUT
    I've been following IIPR since it came on the market and i have never read a bad article or heard a bad report until now . Sounds like we got a couple of people shorting IIPR that are going to get burnt very bad on august 4th when earnings are announced . Hang on to your hats its going to be a fun ride .
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    Michael
    I see the cutler group changed their short position by 53.5%. Now thats a wise short seller. Not sure who you bashers work for? Kindly let us know.
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    Scheckler
    Wow. Super low volume today. I wonder what that means.
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    Mike Jones
    In financial accounting class we learned the most important part of a business is income from continuing operations.

    IIPR wrote, ""Many of our tenants have limited histories of operations, and have not yet been profitable... For some or all of 2021, we expect that many of our tenants will continue to incur losses as their expenses increase...and that they have made and will continue to make rent payments to us from proceeds from the sale of the applicable property and not funds from operations."

    Do you shareholders have an understanding of any of the details of IIPR "tenant improvements" deals?
  • M
    Mike Jones
    What kind of business pays renters more when they can't pay the rent? $270 million cash paid out to tenants in just the last few months (yet how much income? and how much real estate?) And the only number the shareholders are probably familiar with is prices of their product which are plummeting
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    Miguel
    This company is headed toward trouble. It's up to $520 million in tenant improvements on the balance sheet and $450 million in high rate exchangeable debt. They need to keep borrowing more and more just to keep up the dividend on this fake REIT.
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    Gary
    We are gonna knock it out the park with earnings. Cannot wait.
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    Michael
    How are your shorts and puts doing bashers? Beware on 8/02/2021. Party time for us.
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    Miguel
    Thomson Reuters ESS took quite a hit this week as it moved from bullish to neutral. This average analyst score was over 7 earlier in the week and now it is only 3.9, dropping fast