Ed Stacey talks through Custodian Reit (LON:CREI) ) and how the company has performed strongly in recent years, delivering a total shareholder return of 10% a year over the last three years, and with lower volatility than the REIT sector or the stock market.* Video is available via Capital Network website for registered users
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