Why Oct 3? Last ex-d was 27 June. Add 3 months that gives 27 Sep, a Sat. Maybe previous day or following Mon? NLY moved proportionally and precipitously downward from mid June to about actual payout date (end of July) and then stabilized and began upward trend. See my post 'Math Lesson' end of July.
NLY has always been ready for a SLOW, but steady rise in rates starting early 2015. I think they are sitting in a good spot today with historically low amounts of leverage and their Book Value is fine which still gets them plenty of access to capital when the time is right.
I think the market is still so uncertain about what the Fed will do it's making some cautious about REITs in general, but I'm ok with that. Everything still points to the Fed starting to raise rates slowly next year so I expect NLY will be ok. If the market wants to come back to NLY later this fall it just lets my Div. check buy more shares at a cheaper price.
Nothing I see spooks me away from NLY.
Not a correct date for owner of record date stated as Sept. 2nd posted by cmgarrison3
The correct date is Approx. Oct. 2nd
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(as I do not think Yahoo will allow links in post..so I can link to the video for you )
The type should be in the announcement. You can go to: www(dot)nasdaq(dot)com. Enter the symbol, click on dividend history. That will include the type in the history.
Annaly Capital Management
The CEO bought almost 87,000 shares of Annaly Capital Management (NYSE: NLY) at a price of $11.52, for a total of around $1 million. Note that the chief legal officer bought more than 120,000 shares earlier in the month, in the wake of the most recent quarterly report.
The market cap of this New York-based real estate investment trust is around $11 billion, and the dividend yield is about 10.7 percent. The price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio is much less than the industry average. Shares closed Friday at $11.77, which is up around five percent since the beginning of the month.
Thank you but how does one know if the dividend and yield shown on Yahoo quote summary is a stock dividend or a cash dividend?