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  • rojaire rojaire Oct 13, 2004 12:39 PM Flag

    Looks like NLY is starting to tank eom

    The action on this stock is something to see.
    I just wonder if all of the drips is what was keeping this stock up and they're just about done dripping.lol

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    • If you want action take your quarters to the nearest pinball machine.

      8=)

    • thank you for posting your opinion, as it made me take a second look at the story. it seems that the fundamental growth story has deteriorated for the short-term, judging by the high frequency data. the central issue regarding the yield curve, as i see it, is whether one believes we will continue to reflect conditions predictive of a new recession (flattening yield curve). an important variable would seem to be the usd exchange rate, which some predict should react negatively in the near-term; and this would cause an increase in longer term interest rates as a consequence.

      regarding pre-payments, i can't seem to find trustworthy sources to gauge the potential effects. the only brokerage report i have available is from a highly interested party; and they are projecting a net negative short-term effect due to this. s&p's report is out of date.

      since i picked up some shares on friday, without realizing how the story had deteriorated since i last checked, i am a bit more concerned now. i will probably stay along for the ride, as i entered the position expecting a minimum 3 month holding period (january covered call).

      thanks again for the rare post of value, one which tends to validate another post of information content.

    • Some of these investors just get too serious.
      I try to recognize patterns when it comes to investing.
      Hey! Have a nice day. P.S.If the investors are so sure what they invested in,then why worry what you or I say.

    • "I guess the lady didn't like the way the stock dropped today.Like I would have an effect.
      Actually I'm bullish on this stock,but not at the current prices.This is a great stock to own,but I have some more catching up to do.I want maximim gain.
      "

      It used to amaze me. Last year, i was really bearish on NLY (and I admitted I was wrong). But people actually believed that I drove the stock down on the bad days! I never felt so powerful in my life. So, Rojaire, enjoy your power, it's not often that little guys like us have so much of it. I feel like Donald Trump here. YOU'RE FIRED.
      NLY: heading to 16. Then I buy.

    • "How could this possibly be a strong buy with the yield curve flattening, mortgage rates staying the same and at least a year or more before adjustable mortgages start to kick in? What do you think the divy will look like at the end of march quarter if mortgage rates stay the same? "

      We need posts like this, no matter how one feels about the stock. too many pie-in-the-sky investors, especially on this board, who think NLY is a sure thing, and i'm afraid they sway some less-than-knowledgable investors. I tend to agree, with this post, though i think the downside is limited.

    • I guess the lady didn't like the way the stock dropped today.Like I would have an effect.
      Actually I'm bullish on this stock,but not at the current prices.This is a great stock to own,but I have some more catching up to do.I want maximim gain.

    • I'm putting rojaire on "ignore" and I urge others to do the same. What good is a message board if such worthless messengers are tolerated or taken seriously?

    • Just call me John Kerry.I'm flip flopping.Actually I didn't like the action on NLY.I did go long but not for long.I sold earlier this morning on the runup today.
      Didn't make much but would like to buy when it gets into the 16 range.
      At that price I will hold till close to the next divy date.
      The long term disclosure really doesn't mean anything to me when someone post their sentiment.
      Imho' mid 16's is where I think this stock should be valued at the current time.

    • How could this possibly be a strong buy with the yield curve flattening, mortgage rates staying the same and at least a year or more before adjustable mortgages start to kick in? What do you think the divy will look like at the end of march quarter if mortgage rates stay the same?

    • Listen to yourself and you say I'm 10 yrs old.lol

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