Like i said in December, i expect a quarter point increase around June "this summer" and perhaps another this December. NLY is looking good
You can't lose with NLY!!! Buy and hold for the gold. I think NLY will grow its dividend within the next year or two. Even if they don't who cares? I'm making lots of money from them anyway!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
You're wrong and so are the other two who responded to you. Moneytb is right, as stated above. Ex-dividend date is 3/29 and you need to have executed the purchase transition by 3/28.
Wow...I dig your enthusiasm ...but man...come back to this board after you've learned to speak REIT. (otherwise I will laugh well into the night)
I am on a Mac, so I have 'Alex' read my copy to me. He reads quite differently depending on the punctuation. Which in my defense might be the reason I over-punctuate...pure robotic dominance. You should hear him read angry comments, yeah baby. Ah yes, the simple pleasures in life.
p.s. From an 'Alex' standpoint, this copy reads quite stale. Do you mind?
Go N-E...! Go L-E...! Go N-L-E!
"would you use apostrophe's instead?"
You've already overused the apostrophe by writing "apostrophe's." It doesn't belong there.
As to hammering home a point, all you need to do is pound on the keyboard really hard when you're typing. Either that or do what I do when I want to emphasize a point: Yell at the screen when you proof read the post.
You really need to be careful about abusing quotation marks. I don't know this to be true but I've heard that quotation marks and apostrophes are both gateway punctuation to exclamation points. Eventually you overdose on commas and you're found (usually too late) face down on your keyboard, leaving your friends and family with nothing but question marks.
At your funeral the eulogist wants to quote something profound you may have said at sometime in your life, and it starts all over again.
It's an ugly circle, isn't it?
I guess I did kinda' go overboard on them huh? I was thinking 'proper use' (is that better?), might exempt precedence when trying to hammer the point home. For some people the math just never sinks in, so to increase the comprehension, I used capitalization and quotes. Although I am willing to change...would you use apostrophe's instead?