Public Storage

Public Storage (PSA)

NYSE: PSA


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PSA Company Profile

Company Description

Public Storage, established in 1972, has evolved into the world’s largest owner and operator of self-storage facilities, and one of the largest landlords globally. With over 2,900 facilities across the United States and Europe, it offers more than 200 million net rentable square feet of real estate through a wide range of storage unit sizes and flexible rental terms. Renowned for its customer focus and leadership in the self-storage industry, Public Storage serves nearly two million customers. Notably, the company is a member of the S&P 500 and FT Global 500, with its stocks traded on the New York Stock Exchange.


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IS PSA a Good Stock to Buy?

Determining whether Public Storage (PSA) is a good stock to buy depends on individual investment goals, risk tolerance, and market analysis. It’s advisable to review Public Storage’s financial performance, market trends, and expert analyses, as well as consider your own financial situation and investment strategy, before making a decision.


Does PSA Distribute a Dividend?

Yes, Public Storage (PSA) does distribute a dividend. The company has a history of regularly paying dividends to its shareholders, and these payments are typically made on a quarterly basis.


How to Buy PSA Stock?

To buy Public Storage (PSA) stock, you first need to open a brokerage account with a financial institution or online brokerage service. Once your account is set up and funded, you can search for Public Storage’s stock symbol (PSA), decide how many shares you want to purchase, and place an order through your broker’s platform.


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