Not short a share at all! I just am able to use basic reading skills and look at a chart and the financial's on this company. It should have been obvious the direction reit's were taking a couple years ago (when I got out). I was around when the run ups to EX dates was good for $3-$4 bumps and was like taking candy from a baby. Buy before the EX runs and sell just before the EX Date. Did real well until they started making lower highs, lower lows and less EX runs. I got out $32-$31 for AGNC. Pulled out of the sector and never looked back. I also got out near top on the oil & NG sector but will buy back in when I see the tape & news get positive.
If you can't spot huge bear trends like this, then you don't belong owning stocks.
What do u care what others do. Have u deluded urself into believing u have a fiduciary relationship with msg board visitors?
Yes but the smaller the spread the more the price will drop. Especially in the first stage of rising rates when the yield curve will probably flatten.
Low 18's by pay-date. Div has become meaningless as you can't trust mReits. And yet, there will be a few that are happy with the so called economic return, when they should be interested in the market return.
is a lyin' pumper. see any chart for proof. THIS DROPS FASTER THAN THE DIV. so a declining asset.
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Apple is down 6% in 3 days, so will it be down 100% in a month, a year? If you shorted apple and went long AGNC 3 days ago you are up big, so what? U are useless!!
Paul, i think you're smokin crack. I'm sure you bought at $35 in 2011 and can sell now for $19 and still show a 6% return. Negative 6 maybe. And you can get that return from a good bond fund with little or no risk.
I think you should crunch some numbers again.